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On his show yesterday, a caller said he wanted to drop our game and not play us any longer. Walt replied that it was a state law requiring the game be played. Is this correct?
It was proposed by Nathan Ballentine but failed to pass.
Then I say lets drop those pitiful bastards.
Initially my reaction, but we've passed them. They would be in a BCS bowl if nit for us.
and this is what makes it all the sweeter ^^^^^^^^^^^
Why in the world would anyone want to drop them from the schedule? We currently own them and it is awesome. Why deny ourselves the joy of winning?
Plenty of good teams we could play. I would like to see inter sectional games. Remember when we played Michigan, ND, Nebraska etc...plus we could then play CU in a bowl. Food for thought.
If we drop anyone. I say lets drop Wofford!
Why would we drop Clemson right when we start winning? So I can hear them talk about the overall record for the rest of my life?
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
Did his bill require the teams to play or allow them not to play?
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
The two instate schools not playing each other would be one of the dumbest ideas ever.
Couldn't agree more. Still upset they went from 5 games to 3 in baseball.
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