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Pete, l hope your family is feeling better.

We aren’t coming to the game tomorrow. Too many things going on today. Wish we were there.

Happy Thanksgiving to all!!!
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Thanks, we are doing better. I'm coming but my son isn't (he's feeling much better but still had a fever at the time we purchased tickets and we weren't going to risk it).

Rain continues to move earlier and earlier. This morning they have it ending around sunrise and even some sun by game's end. Weather guy said "should be ideal conditions for this time of year."

Run, Tyjae, run.
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PeteRasche wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 9:44 am Thanks, we are doing better. I'm coming but my son isn't (he's feeling much better but still had a fever at the time we purchased tickets and we weren't going to risk it).

Rain continues to move earlier and earlier. This morning they have it ending around sunrise and even some sun by game's end. Weather guy said "should be ideal conditions for this time of year."

Run, Tyjae, run.
All good news. Hope your wife is feeling better as well?

I get the Thanksgiving logistics leading to no tailgate, but it is still a bit sad since I think there will be a large Tulane contingent, and for those of us who don't like to sit near anyone we know at a game, tailgate is the only other chance to see/catch-up/talk, and a huge opportunity missed, esp cause it could have a bit of a Thanksgiving feel coming the day after......
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Happy to hear you’ll are doing better.

And all is good here. Thanks for the wishes.

Have a great time tomorrow and bring us home a victory!
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In light of there being enough team families here to sell out our entire allotment, I'm betting there's going to be a decent impromptu tailgate party. Planning on getting there early enough to find it. And if there isn't... I'll just go crash all my co-worker's tailgates...
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PeteRasche wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 10:08 am In light of there being enough team families here to sell out our entire allotment, I'm betting there's going to be a decent impromptu tailgate party. Planning on getting there early enough to find it.
I'm betting John Besh will be there handing out gumbo to passersby, as that seems to be his new Saturday to-do now that he can't enter his old restaurants!

I missed the gumbo by 10 minutes at Homecoming, but I heard it was good :king:
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