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    Game Watch: El Paso

    I know this is a stretch but.....Are there any cyclone fans in El Paso besides me? I am pretty sure this place doesn't even have basketball fans. Looks like I will be sitting at bar with my lady friend yelling GGGOOOOOOAAALLLLLL every time we score just to fit in.

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    Re: Game Watch: El Paso

    I have a friend named Chris Pizzo down there. You should look him up.


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    Re: Game Watch: El Paso

    I used to live in El Paso for two years. Even enrolled at UTEP for a year and a half. That was when they had Billy Gillispie as their head coach. In fact, they made it to the NCAA Tournament that year only to lose to Maryland in the first round.
    But I was still a Cyclone fan true and true. El Paso was a fun city. Miss Chico's Tacos. lol!

    Quote Originally Posted by packattack425 View Post
    I know this is a stretch but.....Are there any cyclone fans in El Paso besides me? I am pretty sure this place doesn't even have basketball fans. Looks like I will be sitting at bar with my lady friend yelling GGGOOOOOOAAALLLLLL every time we score just to fit in.

    I miss Ames.



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    Re: Game Watch: El Paso

    Any recommendations on places to watch the game? I live on the far east side. I was thinking border city alehouse



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    Re: Game Watch: El Paso

    Yeah. Are you close to the Socorro district? Handle Bars Bar & Grill on Lee Trevino would also be a good place. There is always the Lamplighter! lol..

    Quote Originally Posted by packattack425 View Post
    Any recommendations on places to watch the game? I live on the far east side. I was thinking border city alehouse



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