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Discussion in 'Football' started by CivEFootball, Nov 16, 2019.
Who wants to crash with friends of a poster named "demoncore?"
Long haired freaky people.
I could be wrong, but I think Camping World may have 1st shot at Notre Dame after the NY6.
You know you've become a spoiled brat (me) under Campbell when you yawn at the 6 win mark. Love this staff and all theyve done for us!
Will be interesting to see if OU can work their way into the CFP or not. If they do and Baylor heads to New Orleans, we could work our way into a return trip to the Alamo Bowl.
Assuming they don't:
Sugar - OU
Alamo - Baylor
Camping World - ISU
Texas - UT
Liberty - OSU
Cheezit - KSU
TCU could work their way into a lower bowl.
Looks like Bedlam will be a huge game, not just for ISU
I need not apply
Bring Gunnerson with you. If he wants play in a bowl game ISU is the place to be. Nebraska is years away from competgin in bowl games.
ESPN guys updated projections:
Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl
NRG Stadium, Houston
Dec. 27, 6:45 p.m., ESPN
Schlabach: Iowa State vs. Texas A&M
Camping World Bowl
Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
Dec. 28, noon, ABC
Bonagura: Notre Dame vs. Iowa State
Heard in the lots after the game, "Grab your balls we'going bowling". Better song than Sweet Caroline.
Either of those would be about as good as possible siting at 6-4 right now. Personally, watching the Cyclones stomp ND is a trip I’d figure out how to make work
Beat me to it
If Texas in Texas Bowl maybe a renewal of the games with Texas A&M
That would be pretty epic.
Allegiant flies to Orlando/Sanford from Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Moline, Omaha and Sioux Falls. Cheap airfare (relatively - still holiday premiums) and easy airport to navigate.
Not to mention several other cities in FL.
All you weenies ******** about crappy Big XII bowl destinations (and I'm one) have no excuses if this happens!
And those flights will end up being stupid expensive as soon as the games are announced...
No, they are expensive because of the Holiday Travel demand.
And Allegiant has tiered pricing. First buyers get cheaper seats. As time goes by and the flight fills up available number of seats decreases and prices go up.
They're kinda expensive already. $500 was cheapest I could find to any of those "close" FL airports. It's just not a travel friendly date with the holidays close. I can easily find plenty of international flights for that price, let alone want to pay that amount for another Florida trip. Going to be hard to want to swing for that game.
But it won't be as bad as full service airline prices. It is all relative.
Date flexibility becomes an issue for quite a few people through the budget airlines...