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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by HerkyKiller, Nov 1, 2010.
Looks like the better team prevailed in 1978.
That's pretty sweet.
He's got one more of these and also he has one from the next year.
Nice! I have around 20 bottles (different years, some are duplicates), unfortunately they were opened (empty) before I got them from my grandparents.
I love the CF in the background!
You should drink it.
I'm pretty sure it would taste like Hawk blood, which is pretty nasty.
Wasn't Walter Grant the quarterback in the 78 game?
I was there for this game and Walter Grant
CONFUSED THE HACKEYES ALL DAY....RAN THE BALL HIMSELF WHEN THEY WERE SET FOR A PASS, AND PASSED THE BALL WHEN THEY WERE SET FOR A RUN. THINKING THIS WAS BOB CUMMING'S LAST YR AS HEAD FLOP COACH.
Wow, that's actually pretty cool. Did Pepsi actually make these? Or did a local company make them to commemorate the games? Also, any idea when they started/stopped making these?
I'm guessing the stars on the bottle note the Iowa bottlers? Probably just those did the ISU/Iowa bottles?
I've got two of those. Both empty though:sad:
The title of this thread is how a lot of kids end up in foster care.
Yeah, I thought I was opening another Templeton Rye thread...
I have a few of these bottles at my parent's house somewhere. There were a several years they made those in the 70s.
You have to drink it.
If we win against Nebraska I just might.
Every time you post my head starts to hurt, I **** my pants and forget who I am for an hour. Please change your signature for the love of God.
I have the same bottle.