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RE: AState and Memphis sign another long term home and home
(05-25-2020 07:11 PM)sdcritter Wrote:  Boise is a reach with budgets getting slammed. And I don't imagine your school is immune.

I agree it's a reach...I'm really hoping we can extend MSU home-home in 28/29 to go along with 2021 and 2022.

Starkville is only like 2.5 hours for the Southaven/Olive Branch Tiger fans.
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RE: AState and Memphis sign another long term home and home
I think that's a great match up for your program. And people spending money to support your program are going to be fully engaged in that series if it comes to pass. I think that's what all ADs should be looking at. Peer programs or playing up a level are great but if you can play up and keep it in driving distance of your fan base it's a no brainer.
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