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Tulane vs Navy start time

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Still nothing about when the game starts. Checked the NCAA and Tulane sites. Guessing it will come out tomorrow.

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Fan Since '54 wrote:Still nothing about when the game starts. Checked the NCAA and Tulane sites. Guessing it will come out tomorrow.

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FBS schedules says it's either 11 or 2:30. TBA next monday

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Poseidon wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:Still nothing about when the game starts. Checked the NCAA and Tulane sites. Guessing it will come out tomorrow.

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FBS schedules says it's either 11 or 2:30. TBA next monday

https://fbschedules.com/college-footbal ... v-24-2018/
They have been “flexing” AAC games to put the better matchups in better time slots the past couple weeks. If we are playing Navy for the conf title it would likely be 2:30.
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One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

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Fan Since '54 wrote:One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

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Agreed last time we had one, I was in Audubon Park when the pilots doing the flyover were practicing it. They repeated it numerous times so it of course agitated the zoo animals but all us little kids sure enjoyed the free show.

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Baywave1 wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

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Agreed last time we had one, I was in Audubon Park when the pilots doing the flyover were practicing it. They repeated it numerous times so it of course agitated the zoo animals but all us little kids sure enjoyed the free show.
I’ll tell you how old I am. One of the submarine officers who worked for me in the mid 1980s has a Naval Academy F-15 pilot who could do the flyover.
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TUPF wrote:
Baywave1 wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

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Agreed last time we had one, I was in Audubon Park when the pilots doing the flyover were practicing it. They repeated it numerous times so it of course agitated the zoo animals but all us little kids sure enjoyed the free show.
I’ll tell you how old I am. One of the submarine officers who worked for me in the mid 1980s has a Naval Academy F-15 pilot who could do the flyover.
F-15?
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windywave wrote:
TUPF wrote:
Baywave1 wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

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Agreed last time we had one, I was in Audubon Park when the pilots doing the flyover were practicing it. They repeated it numerous times so it of course agitated the zoo animals but all us little kids sure enjoyed the free show.
I’ll tell you how old I am. One of the submarine officers who worked for me in the mid 1980s has a Naval Academy F-15 pilot who could do the flyover.
F-15?
Good catch. She flies an F-18 Super Hornet and probably has a shot at a Lockheed Martin F-22 Lightning II in a year or two.
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TUPF wrote:
windywave wrote:
TUPF wrote:
Baywave1 wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

Fan since '54
Agreed last time we had one, I was in Audubon Park when the pilots doing the flyover were practicing it. They repeated it numerous times so it of course agitated the zoo animals but all us little kids sure enjoyed the free show.
I’ll tell you how old I am. One of the submarine officers who worked for me in the mid 1980s has a Naval Academy F-15 pilot who could do the flyover.
F-15?
Good catch. She flies an F-18 Super Hornet and probably has a shot at a Lockheed Martin F-22 Lightning II in a year or two.
F-22?
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windywave wrote:
TUPF wrote:
windywave wrote:
TUPF wrote:
Baywave1 wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:One thing I am definitely hoping for that day is a fly over. It is only about an 8 second or so thing, but I absolutely love it. 8)

Fan since '54
Agreed last time we had one, I was in Audubon Park when the pilots doing the flyover were practicing it. They repeated it numerous times so it of course agitated the zoo animals but all us little kids sure enjoyed the free show.
I’ll tell you how old I am. One of the submarine officers who worked for me in the mid 1980s has a Naval Academy F-15 pilot who could do the flyover.
F-15?
Good catch. She flies an F-18 Super Hornet and probably has a shot at a Lockheed Martin F-22 Lightning II in a year or two.
F-22?
Damn, I obviously am sleep deprived from the weekend. F-35. :lol:
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