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ESPN's "Best College Football Town" Contest
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Exclamation ESPN's "Best College Football Town" Contest
ESPN has been running a contest to pick the best college town at their Twitter page. The finals are between State College, PA (Penn State) and Baton Rouge, LA (LSU/Louisiana State). It's Big Ten vs. SEC! So you know who I voted for!

https://twitter.com/ESPNCFB/status/1445838548226084880
10-06-2021 10:14 PM
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RE: ESPN's "Best College Football Town" Contest
Not sure Baton Rouge qualifies as a town. Way too big for that. I’d vote for it over a yankee locale though.

Some place like College Station, Oxford, or Athens is more of a town
10-07-2021 03:38 PM
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RE: ESPN's "Best College Football Town" Contest
Guess the Yankee town won!

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We are!
10-13-2021 02:40 PM
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