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CollegeAD: As the WAC Gets Back Into Football, Sources Detail Where UTRGV Stands
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RE: CollegeAD: As the WAC Gets Back Into Football, Sources Detail Where UTRGV Stands
(09-08-2021 06:44 PM)Hilldog Wrote:  
(09-08-2021 06:14 PM)WACfan86 Wrote:  
(09-08-2021 06:05 PM)Hilldog Wrote:  How big is UTRGV's weightroom? Adding a 70-80 football players to a program, means the support facilities will be taxed. If the weightroom has 8 benches and squat racks, it would take forever to get football, soccer and volleyball player in there in August when fall sports start.

Plan to start football is until 2024-2025 at least... Nothing will be taxed unless you are a resident of the area SIR!!!!

You can't be that dumb, I used tax, not in the money sense. In the sense that the weightrooms and training rooms will now have 70-80 football players using the weightroom.
I know you meant taxed as in usage.... I am pretty sure that the football team will their own equipment room and weight room as well. All in due time. 03-nutkick03-nutkick03-nutkick03-nutkick03-nutkick
09-09-2021 11:12 AM
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