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Top 50 Atmospheres in College Basketball
06-18-2022 09:42 PM
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RE: Top 50 Atmospheres in College Basketball
It’s a good list, but the Y should be much, much higher. And the other Aggies could be about 10 spots higher.
06-18-2022 10:54 PM
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Agreed, the "best in Texas" resides in Lubbock.
06-19-2022 03:18 AM
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RE: Top 50 Atmospheres in College Basketball
MIstake=I posted this thinking of their football games... Sorry. Don't know about thier basketball games. I do know I enjoyed seeing some Texas basketball games last year in old Gregory Gym. That brought back some memories.
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TCU has one of the best pre-game party areas and Bar-B-Que line-ups. People bid and buy spaces then build up very impressive spaces with giant TVs and just about every thing you might want. It may be easier to watch the game from the party areas than the stadium seating. I agree the Tech fans are the wildest, and they put their logo on everything.
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06-19-2022 10:06 AM
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I won't comment on IU being higher than Purdue, but Minnesota being that high is an absolute joke.
06-19-2022 11:19 AM
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RE: Top 50 Atmospheres in College Basketball
Can’t believe UTA isn’t on the list. These writers obviously haven’t been to the College Park Center when 1,777 pack it for UALR.
06-19-2022 11:54 AM
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Clearly the last time they visited UNM was when that logo was last used more than a decade ago.
06-19-2022 02:58 PM
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(06-19-2022 02:58 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  Clearly the last time they visited UNM was when that logo was last used more than a decade ago.

probably didn't want to visit the carjack-capital-of-America to get the new logo
06-19-2022 08:29 PM
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TCU 50…?
06-23-2022 02:28 AM
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Sigh.

Sorry, verklempt. Matt Court in Eugene is a marvel in many ways, but old Mac Court would put Oregon way up this list. And I could write a true slamming’ essay about it.
06-26-2022 02:28 PM
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(06-19-2022 11:54 AM)DoubleRSU Wrote:  Can’t believe UTA isn’t on the list. These writers obviously haven’t been to the College Park Center when 1,777 pack it for UALR.

Really? I don't know what you have against us. Most of us UTA fans realize we are just a large commuter school and we will never get much fan support. I have been to several games at CPC, really nice arena but not real big and even at that never full
06-27-2022 12:40 AM
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