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My next door neighbor went to a Toledo game in Huntington. He told me some Terd fans attacked the Rocket band bus with sticks and broke the windows out. Granted it is second hand information, but my neighbor is a straight shooter who tells it like it is. Hope all you C-USA fans enjoy your trips to Huntington.
02-15-2004 06:32 PM
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Rocky Wrote:My next door neighbor went to a Toledo game in Huntington. He told me some Terd fans attacked the Rocket band bus with sticks and broke the windows out. Granted it is second hand information, but my neighbor is a straight shooter who tells it like it is. Hope all you C-USA fans enjoy your trips to Huntington.
My next door neighbor went to a Marshall game in Toledo and was shot at in beautiful downtown Toledo.Is your neighbor that straight shooter :rolleyes:
02-15-2004 07:26 PM
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LOL! If that was true then charges would have been pressed and you would have seen it in the newspapers, if not Huntington's at least Toledo's.

I will admit it, we have stupid fans just like any other school, but I have never seen any physical harm done to any fans of the opposing team, and I usually sit pretty close to the student's section.

There is ample security at and around the Marshall's stadium.

Even when I traveled to any of Marshall's away games (including Toledo and Miami (OH)) the only fans that were true ******** came for the student section, and that was a limited number. But I believe that is where the trouble comes from every school. It is not the alumni or the poeple that go to watch the game, 95% of the time it is the students.

Folks, things are improving in the city of Huntington. They are currently building a 60 million dollar shopping complex in it's downtown area that might make your stay a little more enjoyable.
02-15-2004 07:33 PM
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herdya Wrote:
Rocky Wrote:My next door neighbor went to a Toledo game in Huntington. He told me some Terd fans attacked the Rocket band bus with sticks and broke the windows out. Granted it is second hand information, but my neighbor is a straight shooter who tells it like it is. Hope all you C-USA fans enjoy your trips to Huntington.
My next door neighbor went to a Marshall game in Toledo and was shot at in beautiful downtown Toledo.Is your neighbor that straight shooter :rolleyes:
I don't know...were you hit?
02-15-2004 07:34 PM
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Rocky Wrote:
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Rocky Wrote:My next door neighbor went to a Toledo game in Huntington. He told me some Terd fans attacked the Rocket band bus with sticks and broke the windows out. Granted it is second hand information, but my neighbor is a straight shooter who tells it like it is. Hope all you C-USA fans enjoy your trips to Huntington.
My next door neighbor went to a Marshall game in Toledo and was shot at in beautiful downtown Toledo.Is your neighbor that straight shooter :rolleyes:
I don't know...were you hit?
No there were so many bums around me I just ducked behind one of them. :)
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By the way Herd fans, are there good hotels near the stadium? What about graet places to eat? Anything else to do in town?
02-18-2004 07:09 PM
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TopCoog Wrote:By the way Herd fans, are there good hotels near the stadium? What about graet places to eat? Anything else to do in town?
Pruett has his own Steak House....

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02-18-2004 07:45 PM
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TopCoog Wrote:By the way Herd fans, are there good hotels near the stadium? What about graet places to eat? Anything else to do in town?
Hotels:
Radisson (4 blocks away)
Holiday Inn (5 blocks away)

Places to eat:
Marshall Hall of Fame Cafe
Bobby Pruett's Steak House
CR Thomas (Just opened)
Hibachi
Chilli Willi's

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Currently building a 60 million dollar shopping complex (4 blocks from stadium and between the Holiday Inn and Radisson)
02-18-2004 09:03 PM
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A few good places to have a beer are

MyCroft's (across from the stadium)

Tapa's

The Union

Mac's

Marshall Hall of Fame Cafe

The Huntington Mall (15 minutes from downtown )

Outback
Lonestar
Logan's
Chillis
Ruby Tuesday's
O'Charleys
Applebee's
Porfirio's
02-24-2004 10:56 AM
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