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In first year of the new playoff.
This according to ESPN Dallas 103.3
Will be nice not to have to book flights and hotels for it
Appreciate your support of the Gators.
Jerry being Jerry.
The only two cities that bid were Dallas and Tampa.
Hmm that's interesting.
I wonder if sites are worried fans will go to the first one since they aren't guaranteed to play in the second game.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
From what they were saying is Dallas was basically a lock all along so most cities are waiting to put their bid in.
Seems a little small.
They have hosted a Super Bowl.
Many people would stay in Orlando
Yea. I was there for the FSU-USF game and was wondering why they got to the whole time.
Should be @ The Shoe IMO.
I agree....Give it to the home team
Bammers travel in their mobile homes. I implied that I use airplanes.
Tampa is the best spot (No homer) fans can build a trip around it (beaches, deep sea fishing, fossil hunting etc) and Florida has a ton of people in there area. (BTW might I add it is in the South East with 3 Natty contenders within 4 hours?)
Also lol at Orlando..... where are you going to put it? UCFs stadium that sits 40k? Or the soccer stadium that seats 60k?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Nole of 16 16 months ago
Should keep it in the south where Nattys are won. Besides Miami players don't do good in the snow.
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