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Hi Guest,

Just a note to point out our TBP-initiated drive to raise funds for the Bulls Football IPF - doing our share, and more.  Please consider donating at least $23 to the effort, and passing on to others as well.  You can read more about the project at the link above.

Go Bulls!

Thank you,

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Brad Brad

Hi Guest,

In our efforts to raise funds for USF Football, the site is giving away a football season full of ad-free surfing at The Bulls Pen.

Would you consider buying a ticket or two to the raffle that will award this to you or a fellow member of the board?

Each ticket purchase goes directly to our effort to raise $10K in "fan money" for the program.  Below is the link:

The Bulls Pen Ad-free Raffle in support of USF Football

Thank you,

Brad Brad

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  1. I wish the horns on the sleeves were a direct peeloff from the iconic U, but I like the concept.
  2. I just bought in 101, so I'm glad to get in on this. Glad to be seeing the Bulls on my home (grew up nearby in Wilmington, DE) turf. For those not doing the Alumni tailgate (or doing both), what are lot plans?
  3. OK, I know what I heard, but I'm going to ask the question just because I'm in so much disbelief: Did I really just hear the HOT Basketball Band playing "Lets Go Wildcats", the fight song of Bethune-Cookman? Playing a song that just happens to be associated with a particular program is one thing, but actually taking another school's fight song? That's foul.
  4. The Big East will be mediocre until its programs stop being coaching stepping stones. Or, perhaps, vice versa.
  5. This is a lateral move at absolute best. You know what would be the kicker? Friedgen to UConn.
  6. I reached out to a couple of my Clemson alum friends to see if they wanted to join me at the game, and got a couple of responses that they wouldn't be headed to a bowl for "this year's team".
  7. Faza--I've got my sights set on Beazer, unless I have reason to do otherwise (namely: a ton of Bulls in another location).
  8. Off topic, but I thought I'd shout it here since I know you're reading, DixieBull: If you're in time a town when it's open, you may want to check out the Levine Museum of the New South while you're in town. While I can't vouch for it personally--havne't been yet--it seems like it'd be up your alley, based on your name and your posts.
  9. For those making the trip up from Tampa and worrying about your food keeping, remember that December in Charlotte isn't September or even November in Tampa. A packed ice chest kept in your trunk won't be hemorrhaging ice in the same manner it would at a hot tailgate. If the 10 day forecast provides any indication, around 50 is a realistic estimate for gametime temperature, with overnight lows below freezing, so your food should be about as well off as it is in your fridge or freezer.
  10. FRS--same for me, we were in a small gravel surface lot that time and went pretty much right into the game, but I'm thinking now that I've been there for the Panthers and am a little more familiar with the area, it'll be different. And if it just ends up being me and mine, then so be it.
  11. That'd be it. I'll possibly head there just out of familiarity, but if there's a significant gathering of Bulls elsewhere, I'm all ears.
  12. Update: My friend recalls it was the lot at Morehead and Cedar, which was a dirt lot and seems to be down the road from the ones you identified. I may look to post up there again.
  13. If camping's your thing, I've stayed at the South Bend East KOA and it's a pretty nice one. I seem to remember reading that they have a 2-night minimum during ND football weekends, but looking on the website right now, it seems to be allowing for one night for the time being.
  14. I'm hoping to hear back from a buddy of mine who knows the area better, but I was down for Panthers-Eagles at the beginning of last football season, and the lot we were in was about 2 blocks from the stadium and definitely a good time. It was just sort of where I ended up coming in off the highway, so I don't recall the intersection, but my friend who actually lives in Charlotte should hopefully be able to remember.
  15. I'll be there, with at least one other. Quick and easy trip from Greensboro.
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