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    SDSU Loses By 34 to IPFW

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/score...CAAB839957.htm

    Jeeez, down 55-18 at the half. They are a bad team. Probably should have tried to run them out of Hilton.



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    Re: SDSU Loses By 34 to IPFW

    can we just block that game from our memory? If we don't remember it, it didn't happen, right?



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    Re: SDSU Loses By 34 to IPFW

    Your point is...

    It's over - let it go.


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