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sweet name calling. Going all cargo itt
FSU is getting one because of lightning more than rain. We'd practice in the rain generally speaking but Tallahassee gets lightning like freakin Singapore come fall.
True. It's still not a "necessity".
Well Miami doesn't even have there own stadium.
How the hell did Georgia make it all the way to the SEC championship game without an indoor practice facility??? Losing all that valuable practice time
^^things poors say
Florida and Georgia are poor?
My question is since when is practice cancelled due to rain??
Hey Georgia does this make you mad? (It made furious when FSU didn't have a IPF so I sent the article to people in the school)
The Packers found out how serious Texas is about its high school football after practicing at a Dallas-area school.
- National Football League news
Lightning capital of the world and a IPF isn't a need
Miami needs one the most but UF needs one also. I'm fine if you don't get one though.
Miami needs to work on winning 8 games a year first.
What's the status? Read somewhere the completion date has been moved back
Its like people don't even read the threads
Lightning guys, you can't practice in freaking lightning and clearly people don't understand how much late summer lightning Tally gets
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Hoover High School used to use the indoor facility in TTown when it rained. Hoover > FSU?
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
Not sure where you read that but construction projects, especially large scale ones almost never finish on time
Has nothing to due with lack of funds though, to my knowledge they broke ground because it was paid for
And guess what smart guy, they lost when they got there.... and to a team with an indoor facility
Funny how that works huh ?
This X 100. You have to have one.
Neither is a 90,000 seat stadium but its good for buisness.
I haven't heard anything? We raised 14mil before we broke ground.
From what I know if they don't finish on time there are some brutal contract penalties and we get to save some serious mola. When you bid to get a project you better be ready to complete it on time.
I would take any stadium.
True and also, why the hell not ? that is the real question here, there is no good reason not to have one
And Muffcramp's thoughts on it not being a necessity is laughable considering Miami needs the most practice time it can get
And why he applies that to FSU's case for needing one doesn't make any sense at all
every school is different and so is their regional weather for the most part
Consider the reason its being built, then consider WHY It wont finish on time.
Obviously some of you have never spent time in Florida. Weather jacks up everything.
78 and 80 degree.....wow I just hope it hits 60 sometime in the next 2 weeks
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