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OFFICIAL MIAMI IS NOT BACK THREAD

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  • dncdnc Posts: 28,768
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    2001400ex said:

    This is the worst FSU team in 40 years

    Sagarin has them ranked 14. Moral victories.
    Sagarin doesn't know their QB is ded
    GrundleStiltzkin
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 4,224
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    dnc said:

    2001400ex said:

    This is the worst FSU team in 40 years

    Sagarin has them ranked 14. Moral victories.
    Sagarin doesn't know their QB is ded
    The new kid is starting to play. He made some money throws yesterday.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 4,224
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    Bump. This thread has legs.
    RaceBannonTierbsHsotBoobs
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 4,224
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    Creepy is lucky I made the early call jinx

    Miami isn't back though.

    Bump. Too good to just read once.

    RaceBannon
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 3,506
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    #stadiumstillsucks
    AZDuckcreepycougTierbsHsotBoobs
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 4,224
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    #stadiumstillsucks

    Do not disagree. Not a fan of Joe Robbie Stadium.
    AZDuckRaceBannon
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 4,224
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    edited November 15

    AZDuck said:
    But was a big fan of this place.
    Seriously - even though it was a municipally owned, shared use facility, it still had a ton of college football history, similar to the Coliseum or Rose Bowl type of model. City should partner with the U to build an new stadium to host the Orange Bowl and Canes. That they will be under water in another 50 years is no big deal.
    It was a palace. A rusty, beat up palace, but a great football stadium nonetheless. At night the warts were harder to see (or care about).

    Lest we forget, that was the place where, among many other things, Broadway Joe ran off the field as "number one" and where Warshington beat the Oklahoma Schooners, solidifying their place as one of the best teams in the country behind only the mighty Cougars of BYU, who of course went undefeated through a blistering schedule and beat mighty Michigan in the Holiday Bowel under the leadership of Robbie Bosco, an all-timer if there ever was one.

    In terms of a public/private thing for a stadium in the actual city of Miami, ain't happening any time soon.
    RaceBannonYellowSnow
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 3,506
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    AZDuck said:
    But was a big fan of this place.
    Seriously - even though it was a municipally owned, shared use facility, it still had a ton of college football history, similar to the Coliseum or Rose Bowl type of model. City should partner with the U to build an new stadium to host the Orange Bowl and Canes. That they will be under water in another 50 years is no big deal.
    It was a palace. A rusty, beat up palace, but a great football stadium nonetheless. At night the warts were harder to see (or care about).

    Lest we forget, that was the place where, among many other things, Broadway Joe ran off the field as "number one" and where Warshington beat the Oklahoma Schooners, solidifying their place as one of the best teams in the country behind only the mighty Cougars of BYU, who of course went undefeated through a blistering schedule and beat mighty Michigan in the Holiday Bowel under the leadership of Robbie Bosco, an all-timer if there ever was one.

    In terms of a public/private thing for a stadium in the actual city of Miami, ain't happening any time soon.
    One this I respect about the Califonios (hi @CirrhosisDawg ) and Texicans is that they don't tear down their dumpy old, football palaces, which should be protected at historical landmarks. The Coliseum, Rose Bowl, and Cotton Bowl all are still standing and in use, albeit sparingly for the CB. RIP Tulane Stadium and Orange Bowl.
    creepycoug
  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 12,946
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    AZDuck said:
    But was a big fan of this place.
    Seriously - even though it was a municipally owned, shared use facility, it still had a ton of college football history, similar to the Coliseum or Rose Bowl type of model. City should partner with the U to build an new stadium to host the Orange Bowl and Canes. That they will be under water in another 50 years is no big deal.
    It was a palace. A rusty, beat up palace, but a great football stadium nonetheless. At night the warts were harder to see (or care about).

    Lest we forget, that was the place where, among many other things, Broadway Joe ran off the field as "number one" and where Warshington beat the Oklahoma Schooners, solidifying their place as one of the best teams in the country behind only the mighty Cougars of BYU, who of course went undefeated through a blistering schedule and beat mighty Michigan in the Holiday Bowel under the leadership of Robbie Bosco, an all-timer if there ever was one.

    In terms of a public/private thing for a stadium in the actual city of Miami, ain't happening any time soon.
    One this I respect about the Califonios (hi @CirrhosisDawg ) and Texicans is that they don't tear down their dumpy old, football palaces, which should be protected at historical landmarks. The Coliseum, Rose Bowl, and Cotton Bowl all are still standing and in use, albeit sparingly for the CB. RIP Tulane Stadium and Orange Bowl.
    Texas is only marginally there. The Astrodome is on life support, and the Cotton Bowl has been downgraded to shit tier dreck bowel, with no regular season football above DISD high schools. At least they still play the Red River Shootout there.
    YellowSnow
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 3,506
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    AZDuck said:

    AZDuck said:
    But was a big fan of this place.
    Seriously - even though it was a municipally owned, shared use facility, it still had a ton of college football history, similar to the Coliseum or Rose Bowl type of model. City should partner with the U to build an new stadium to host the Orange Bowl and Canes. That they will be under water in another 50 years is no big deal.
    It was a palace. A rusty, beat up palace, but a great football stadium nonetheless. At night the warts were harder to see (or care about).

    Lest we forget, that was the place where, among many other things, Broadway Joe ran off the field as "number one" and where Warshington beat the Oklahoma Schooners, solidifying their place as one of the best teams in the country behind only the mighty Cougars of BYU, who of course went undefeated through a blistering schedule and beat mighty Michigan in the Holiday Bowel under the leadership of Robbie Bosco, an all-timer if there ever was one.

    In terms of a public/private thing for a stadium in the actual city of Miami, ain't happening any time soon.
    One this I respect about the Califonios (hi @CirrhosisDawg ) and Texicans is that they don't tear down their dumpy old, football palaces, which should be protected at historical landmarks. The Coliseum, Rose Bowl, and Cotton Bowl all are still standing and in use, albeit sparingly for the CB. RIP Tulane Stadium and Orange Bowl.
    Texas is only marginally there. The Astrodome is on life support, and the Cotton Bowl has been downgraded to shit tier dreck bowel, with no regular season football above DISD high schools. At least they still play the Red River Shootout there.
    Agree. I wanted to, at least, throw them some love because they haven't torn them down. But, yes, no comparison to the longevity of the Rose Bowl and Coliseum. And for that matter Dodger Stadium which is the 3rd oldest park in the majors and a classic.
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,192
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    Losing to a shitty FSU team with their back up QB is always special.

    Gonna really hurt when Oregon beats the Cuog tonight too.

    BUMPDIGGITY!!!!
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