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Discussion in 'Football' started by LakevilleCy, Feb 11, 2018.
I wonder if the article would be better if it were based on frozen pizza brands?
Dammit, now I want pizza pit
you mean gumby's.
80s kids know what im talkin about
Kansas is Home Team Pizza. You only watch Kansas football if drunk, and there is nothing else to watch.
The only thing Gumby's had that was better than Pizza Pit was pepperoni rolls. Those were the ****
Lol at people saying Pizza Pit and Caseys. This is a national list, so people should recognize the brands nationally. It's not a "here is a pizza chain local to each school" list.
Would anyone outside of ISU and KU recognize either Pizza Pit or Caseys?
Casey's Breakfast Pizza....
How is Little Caesar's so high on the list? Barely edible hot, and absolutely inedible as a cold breakfast the next day... Only Chuck E. Cheese is worse.
Cicis is by far the worst chain out there.
Yep, not a lot of high ITBS reading comprehension scores in here...
Apparently you've never been to Peter Piper Pizza...
Iowa is either Totino's or the Picadilly Circus pizza at the gas station.
With a few more winning seasons, I think Casey's is appropriate on a scale of reliability.
On the other hand, if there's a local tie in, TOE fans could be Casey's--they seem to be everywhere but let's not get too carried away with how good things are.
Because people at UW love Pizza Pit too.
The only place I have been able to find that style of pepperoni is at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo. I was seriously beyond stoked, I grew up on that curling pepperoni and Moose Brothers frozen pizzas.
Most people in KS/MO have no idea that Casey's is an Iowa thing. Like, almost all people.
I've never heard of Blaze Pizza. I was surprised to see there is a location in Ames. It does sound good.
Actually, all pizza sounds good right now...
Smokin' Oak is a good one in Ames. Just like Blaze, it's wood-fired with thin crust. Pie Five is a bit smaller but has thicker crust and more cheese. Blaze is pretty expensive. It's almost $10 for a pizza, where as Smokin' Oak you get one for $7.
All are delicious imo
So, TOE IS a good fit...lots of people outside of the state have no idea about all of Hokdum's amazing potential.
I like Tony's pepperoni pizza. Cheap and yummy.