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nothing new there
I'd say that is true for every single fan base in the country. With the exception of community colleges.
Butch Jones. Who???
if only there was a fox news link to back you up so you didn't have to form an opinion and back it up with any sort of fact ...
I always think of UT as Texas but depending on the context, I would see it as Tennesee.
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I went to a college that is a co-op and has quadmesters ... can I be exempt from this as it is impossible to field a sports team with two separate student bodies that never are on campus at the same time since one works while the other is in school.
Eh you can get a pass I suppose
still have to say Tennessee
May just be geography but
Texas has always been "texas" to me
And tenn has always been "UT"
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FSU-The Florida State University
Don't really care about anyone else that uses those initials... but to Fresno, why do you have state in your name? Isn't Fresno a city?
Walking up these hills you have no choice but to be fast!
fresno state university is actually california state university, fresno.
Thanks didn't know that... So is Boise similar? And why not CSUf?
Boise College (1932-1965)
Boise Junior College (1966-1968)
Boise State College (1969-1974)
lots of schools are named "city" state u. not uncommon at all. i went to high school in new hampshire and the 3 state schools there were the university of new hampshire, plymouth state university, and keene state university.
If it weren't for some guys from Tennessee ,Texas would the university of north Mexico
those guys thought tennessee sucked so bad, they'd rather die in texas than live in tennessee.
and for the record (you, know, facts and history and all that), those guys from tennessee got their shlt pushed in by santa anna. it was the texian army at the battle of san jacinto that won independence for texas.
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