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WoolyBully last won the day on December 27 2016

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  1. Just out of curiosity, if the goal is 4.6K, would that be the highest number of accounts the University has held? Was there a higher tally at a previous point in time?
  2. I did for eighteen years ('97~'15) via season ticket (football) donation program.
  3. UCF (4-2), Memphis (3-2) & Navy (3-4) seem beatable? By USF? Not sure I agree with that unless we're using hope/luck as a factor...regardless of what Morgan Freeman thinks.
  4. From our good friends at Go Coastal Carolina University Sports (https://goccusports.com/news/2020/10/18/coastal-football-ranked-in-the-top-25-for-the-first-time-in-fbs-history.aspx) ... "CONWAY, S.C. – The Coastal Carolina football team made history on Sunday, Oct. 18, as the Chanticleers were ranked No. 24 nationally in the Amway Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY Sports and No. 25 overall in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll. The top 25 national ranking is the first for the Chanticleers in the program's Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) history (since 2017). The Chanticleers were las
  5. Just because it looks like the sun, doesn't mean it is the sun...
  6. I have always felt that it was a step in the right direction when we begin recruiting directly from the stands rather than strictly from high school and JUCO interests. I would assume that there are bus drivers and equipment managers who are also in the peripheral pipeline just waiting to suit up. Progress, gentlemen...progress!
  7. a) Miami, '05. A large group of us stayed at the same hotel and went out on the town the night before (Coconut Grove) and chartered a bus to get from the hotel to the game and back afterwards. b) Sun Bowl, El Paso, '07. Went out two days before the game, rented a truck and did some sightseeing: White Sands, dinner at Cattleman's, Juarez, etc. Bulls Pen party the night before.
  8. It will be interesting to observe college football this fall. I don't think you're going to see the same product - anywhere - as you would normally expect. But if you're gonna blame COVID on teams not firing on all cylinders, that's a really huge blanket. So there's that PR safety net when the blowouts become more common.
  9. Man...sometimes that seems like a million years ago, other times it seems like just a few years.
  10. "Happen", in what sense of the word? Full slate of contiguous games? A few games before halting due to COVID? Some games now, some later? Dunno. I'd like to see as 'regular' of a season as possible, but we find ourselves in a sci-fi world where there is no such thing as guarantees. In the interest of playing along, I'll slide a handful of chips onto YES, football will happen (omitting any caveats).
  11. Now is that a comedy or a documentary? 'Cause, if you ponder it for a while...
  12. and Kristofer Hivju appears in the 'merican rendition Downhill. I wonder if I'll be watching more foreign films than football this fall?
  13. Yep, which is kinda good in a way (personally). Imagine how old I'd feel if he had graduated college, then started a family! Whew!
  14. Did the thought ever enter your noggin'..."you know, I'm glad this corona / dos equis stuff didn't hit during football season". It's one thing to have to forego the tournaments, but not sure how I'd behave should the August to December entertainment get cancelled.
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