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DCGreenie wrote:
FW wrote:This is a very winnable game
Yes. Our offense is considerably more powerful and varied than USF's. We should be able to keep them off balance much of the time.
Memphis dominated them, but kept turning the ball over.
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Protect the football, cut down on the penalties, and we should win.

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Private Joker wrote:Protect the football, cut down on the penalties, and we should win.
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I am old enough to remember when my hometown got its first TV station. That was LONG before cable. As a kid, I would sit and watch the test pattern waiting for the station to come on. These kids today have no idea . . . .

I remember when we had that wonderful team in 1979. We were on regional network TV for the last four games of the season, including beating the CRAP out of John Fourcade and Ole Miss and then beating the upriver tiggers.

Ah, the memories.

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Six days out and the weather is firming up to be mid 40s, partly sunny, light breeze at kickoff after a slow warmup from below freezing Friday night. Dropping to the upper 30s by sundown. It’s dark in Philly now by 5pm so lights should be on in the Linc by at least halftime. Sounds like a heavy adult beverage tailgate. Hot chocolate, of course.

Only 23 signed up for the tailgate so far. As my father used to say...”good, more for me.”.
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We will find out how devoted our NE based fans are after having games already nearby at Army and Navy and a healthy traveling turnout returning to campus for homecoming.

Like Temple, we also have a home MBB game scheduled headsup against this football game. What's a fan to do?? :green wink:

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Baywave1 wrote:We will find out how devoted our NE based fans are after having games already nearby at Army and Navy and a healthy traveling turnout returning to campus for homecoming.
One would think we would get a better turnout than what we have so far but we also know young ‘uns seldom plan anything in advance. The Linc is 2 hours from Manhattan and 2.5 hours from Metro Washington, right off of I-95. For those flying in, the stadium is 15 minutes from PHL.
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WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


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Sorry FS, hockey isn’t a sport. :coolshades:
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WaveProf wrote:Sorry FS, hockey isn’t a sport. :coolshades:
Using the same thought process, you are not a prof.

And if your post were true, then why does it have the best trophy in sports? Next time you post prof, make sure you know something about the what you are speaking about before you hit the keys on the keyboard.

Editing here: There are millions/billions of people in the following cities that completely disagree with you. Listed alphabetically: Anaheim, Boston, Buffalo, Calgary, Charlotte, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Edmonton, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Montreal, Nashville, Newerk, New York (x2), Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, St Louis, San Jose, Tampa, Vancouver, Washington (DC), Winnipeg.

Uh, you're outvoted.

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Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:Sorry FS, hockey isn’t a sport. :coolshades:
Using the same thought process, you are not a prof.

And if your post were true, then why does it have the best trophy in sports? Next time you post prof, make sure you know something about the what you are speaking about before you hit the keys on the keyboard.

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Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


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What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.

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PeteRasche wrote: What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
What prof really means is that FS54 takes every statement so seriously/literally that it is fun to resort to a bit of hyperbole with him from time to time
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PeteRasche wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


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What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
He cares about Russian hockey
Using big words is not a personal attack

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windywave wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


Fan since '54
What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
He cares about Russian hockey
But not about Russian puck bunnys. Oh wait. He undoubetly doesn't know what that is.

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Fan Since '54 wrote:
windywave wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


Fan since '54
What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
He cares about Russian hockey
But not about Russian puck bunnys. Oh wait. He undoubetly doesn't know what that is.

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This just shows me that there cant be hockey in Spain and FS54 is old but clearly not dead.
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Poseidon wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
windywave wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


Fan since '54
What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
He cares about Russian hockey
But not about Russian puck bunnys. Oh wait. He undoubetly doesn't know what that is.

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This just shows me that there cant be hockey in Spain and FS54 is old but clearly not dead.
Dude the tailgates for the Basque National Hockey Team (The Bombers) are amazing. Jambon Iberico, chorizo, machengo and red wine & Coke spritzers to wash it all down.
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windywave wrote:
Poseidon wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
windywave wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


Fan since '54
What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
He cares about Russian hockey
But not about Russian puck bunnys. Oh wait. He undoubetly doesn't know what that is.

Fan since '54
This just shows me that there cant be hockey in Spain and FS54 is old but clearly not dead.
Dude the tailgates for the Basque National Hockey Team (The Bombers) are amazing. Jambon Iberico, chorizo, machengo and red wine & Coke spritzers to wash it all down.
Always in it for ttha tailgate instead of the game... 8)

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So far a light turnout for the tailgate at the Linc: 34 prepaid.
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Poseidon wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
windywave wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Fan Since '54 wrote:
WaveProf wrote:
Poseidon wrote:So the basketball game is at 1pm. Looks like two events at the same time. Hope you got unlimited data on the phone.
It’s football season :coolshades:
NO! Sports seasons OVERLAP. In ALL SPORTS. Some of them even run during the same time of year...and sometimes even use the same venue (basketball, hockey).


Fan since '54
What prof really means is he personally doesn't care about MBB or hockey.
He cares about Russian hockey
But not about Russian puck bunnys. Oh wait. He undoubetly doesn't know what that is.

Fan since '54
This just shows me that there cant be hockey in Spain and FS54 is old but clearly not dead.
For the uninitiated I would post some images of "puck bunnys" (which are normally consrtued as females) but those images probably would not get by the mods. So you will have to search for those images yourself.

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No basque tailgate would serve manchego. It’d be either idiazabel or ossu iraty. Also, theyd probably have txistora instead of chorizo. And you forgot the grilled sardines and tuna steaks.
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WaveProf wrote:No basque tailgate would serve manchego. It’d be either idiazabel or ossu iraty. Also, theyd probably have txistora instead of chorizo. And you forgot the grilled sardines and tuna steaks.
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Too early, but the stone lifting and the rowing will commence at reasonable hours.
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Sure hope there’s a late surge on the tailgate, otherwise it’s going to be me and lots of hot chocolate. :lol:
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TUPF wrote:Sure hope there’s a late surge on the tailgate, otherwise it’s going to be me and lots of hot chocolate. :lol:
Sorry the 11 am happened to you TUPF. We barely get our regulars to stop by for a few minutes before the game at tailgate when it’s that early, and ours is free. Not many people going to pay for a tailgate for an 11 AM game. And it really sucks for you because you only get a game in Philadelphia once every few years. Let’s hope the game itself more than makes up for it
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