Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Eaglesclaw1 » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 02:05:17


Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to this shit?
 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Mark Hast » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 02:24:46


unwell:

Quote:
>Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to this shit?

Illinois-Indiana on pay-per-view?

--mh

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"Who are we to judge that Beethoven was greater than the mold
on his cheese?" --James Lileks

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Vijay Ramanuja » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 02:28:23


Quote:


> unwell:

> >Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to this
> >shit?

> Illinois-Indiana on pay-per-view?

Hofstra vs. Delaware?

Vijay R.

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Whitebread Ensli » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 03:37:10

Quote:

> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
> this shit?

Especially when one of the teams looks like they get up at 4:00 AM and drove
up to Minneapolis this morning.

Unfortunately, the Fryification of Wisconsin football continues.

Jon

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Mark Hast » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 03:46:53


little unwell:

Quote:

>> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
>> this shit?

>Especially when one of the teams looks like they get up at 4:00 AM and drove
>up to Minneapolis this morning.

>Unfortunately, the Fryification of Wisconsin football continues.

You can't stop Hayden . . . you can only hope to slow him down.

--mh

------

http://sportshoss.blogspot.com

"Who are we to judge that Beethoven was greater than the mold
on his cheese?" --James Lileks

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Beake » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 04:18:57

On Sat, 08 Nov 2003 17:28:23 GMT, Vijay Ramanujan quoth:

Quote:

> Hofstra vs. Delaware?

  Eh?  They might be 100 spots apart in the power rankings,
but it wasn't a blowout.  

bkr

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Alan Mund » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 05:25:38



Quote:



>> little unwell:

>> >Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
>> >this shit?

>> Illinois-Indiana on pay-per-view?

> Hofstra vs. Delaware?

The Blue Hens play some damned good football, on their level.

--
Alan Mundy

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Beake » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 05:36:57

On 8 Nov 2003 20:25:38 GMT, Alan Mundy quoth:

Quote:

>> Hofstra vs. Delaware?

> The Blue Hens play some damned good football, on their level.

  You just jinxed the Hens:  #2 Delaware 14  Northeastern 24

bkr

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Dokter » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 07:05:44


Quote:

> little unwell:


> >> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
> >> this shit?

> >Especially when one of the teams looks like they get up at 4:00 AM and
drove
> >up to Minneapolis this morning.

> >Unfortunately, the Fryification of Wisconsin football continues.

> You can't stop Hayden . . . you can only hope to slow him down.

He likes that "peppermint snapps" that the fans drink during the game.

Z

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Glenn A Tann » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 07:12:57


Quote:

>Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to this shit?

How can that game NOT be sold out?

GT

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Whitebread Ensli » Mon, 10 Nov 2003 10:11:58

Quote:



>> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
>> this shit?

> How can that game NOT be sold out?

Because only 25K decided to cross the St. Croix River.

Jon

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Jon Russel » Wed, 12 Nov 2003 10:49:19

On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 19:11:58 -0600, "Whitebread Enslin"

Quote:




>>> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
>>> this shit?

>> How can that game NOT be sold out?

>Because only 25K decided to cross the St. Croix River.

Yep.....

Should the Gophs ever decide to build their own stadium, I'm thinking
something nice and homey in say the 40k range would be ample.

Don't forget to just say NO to playoffs

The CheeseHusker

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Vijay Ramanuja » Wed, 12 Nov 2003 11:41:22


Quote:

> On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 19:11:58 -0600, "Whitebread Enslin"




> >>> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
> >>> this shit?

> >> How can that game NOT be sold out?

> >Because only 25K decided to cross the St. Croix River.

> Yep.....

> Should the Gophs ever decide to build their own stadium, I'm thinking
> something nice and homey in say the 40k range would be ample.

You can get a nice stadium in the suburbs for $40,000?

Vijay R.

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Mark Hast » Wed, 12 Nov 2003 11:50:24

What would you do for a Klondike bar, Vijay Ramanujan

Quote:


>> On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 19:11:58 -0600, "Whitebread Enslin"




>> >>> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
>> >>> this shit?

>> >> How can that game NOT be sold out?

>> >Because only 25K decided to cross the St. Croix River.

>> Yep.....

>> Should the Gophs ever decide to build their own stadium, I'm thinking
>> something nice and homey in say the 40k range would be ample.

>You can get a nice stadium in the suburbs for $40,000?

Sure.  Most of them don't even have attached garages, after all.

--mh
(and you should SEE some of the test scores in those school districts)

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http://urk-project.blogspot.com

 
 
 

Wisconsin Football in A Domed Stadium

Post by Vijay Ramanuja » Wed, 12 Nov 2003 12:04:50


Quote:

> What would you do for a Klondike bar, Vijay Ramanujan



> >> On Sat, 8 Nov 2003 19:11:58 -0600, "Whitebread Enslin"




> >> >>> Is there anything worse in college football than being subjected to
> >> >>> this shit?

> >> >> How can that game NOT be sold out?

> >> >Because only 25K decided to cross the St. Croix River.

> >> Yep.....

> >> Should the Gophs ever decide to build their own stadium, I'm thinking
> >> something nice and homey in say the 40k range would be ample.

> >You can get a nice stadium in the suburbs for $40,000?

> Sure.  Most of them don't even have attached garages, after all.

I used to play in an outdoor stadium growing up. Natural grass, of
course. It was called Memorial Michael Tucker's Backyard Stadium.

I was able to throw the ball from one endzone to the other. I was
awesome. But sometimes if you overthrew the receiver, the ball would
get lost in the all weeds.

Vijay R.