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I Root For: Tulsa Univ
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The weather is quite "frightful" as that Christmas song goes. And IF we were in a conference championship game today, we would have needed an IPF to practice for it this week. So there need to be changes in the structure of the TU program from a facilities standpoint as well as on the field IMO.

Lets say we were playing UCF for the AAC Championship here again. They would have nice, mild weather for their December practices in Orlando. We would be having freezing and possibly unbearable winter weather while preparing on the turf at CS. So in that circumstantial event, who would have the advantage in that imaginery championship game? As I've said many times, the main problem with TU FB is that its infrastructure needs overhaul.

Do we really want to play with the big boys or not?

(This post was last modified: 12-07-2013 11:33 AM by rabidTU2.)
12-07-2013 11:32 AM
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