Post by Cousin Eddie on Nov 29, 2012 11:28:09 GMT -6
$0. If local business used rational thought they would realize that every dollar that goes to the U (from whatever source) directly enhances Vermillion and the businesses located there. Withholding donations because of a single game when the University had just cause for scheduling it would be shooting themselves in the foot.
USD officially announces 2013 & 2015 football series with UC Davis. Aggies coming to Vermillion Aug. 31, 2013.
USD has a strong home football schedule for 2013 with UC Davis, Montana and South Dakota State. Also Missouri State, Indiana St & Youngstown
Isn't 6 home games minimum the requirement to keep the option open to move a game to Sioux Falls. Didn't Sayler say he didn't have any plans to move any games in 2013. That doesn't mean plans can't change.
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Post by #1CoyoteFan (Admin) on Dec 10, 2012 19:29:44 GMT -6
So the away team can have another home game in Sioux Falls? Without ndsu or SDSU involved, I doubt they would make another 100,000 on that game since there was more green than red in the stands. The sponsors and ndsu fans showed their support, the sf fan base was lacking, as they historically do.
As a KU Alum I can't wait for the KU game Sep 7. First time I will walk into a KU facility to cheer on the opponent. Blood is thicker than water when my son will be on the field in coyote red. go Yotes!
Post by Cousin Eddie on Dec 12, 2012 8:55:51 GMT -6
The KU stadium is small, but Lawrence is a great time. It has some classic character.
FYI, tickets are not difficult to get (shocker). When I went to the NU/KU game in Lawrence back in 2003 my buddies and I were able to get 2nd row 50 yard line seats for $30/ticket. It wasn't even that late, maybe an hour before kickoff.
Curious to see if Charlie Weis 2.0 can make any sort of improvement. Dayne Crist will be done and Jake Heaps will be eligible to play.
Their running game is going to be the issue for the Yotes. Sharp is an excellent RB They averaged over 200 yds rushing per game and everyone was stacking the box all year long. Should be a good test for the defense.
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