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6 hours ago, largekfcbucket said:

Woof. I just realized that we don't get a bye until November 3. 

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Stay healthy my friend! GMG 

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7 hours ago, largekfcbucket said:

Woof. I just realized that we don't get a bye until November 3. 

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Seems to me that we get a bye on 9/8.

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8 minutes ago, Travis said:

Seems to me that we get a bye on 9/8.

Tell that to Portland State

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1 minute ago, MGNation92 said:

Tell that to Portland State

Tell that to our 2015 roster.

We are a far different team now. I stand by what I said. We get two byes.  Really four.  10/6 and 10/27.  This season has so many breaks! 

 

This is nothing more than a:

 

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6 hours ago, Christopher Walker said:

Woah. I need that one of The Drive™.

Those were one of the jewels available at the Coaches Caravans. 

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Does the ticket office offer to ship a few of these to out-of-town alumni? I can call and ask but figured I'd check here first. I'm in Amarillo and won't be in town until October for a game.

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On 7/13/2018 at 8:31 AM, MeanGreengdub said:

Does the ticket office offer to ship a few of these to out-of-town alumni? I can call and ask but figured I'd check here first. I'm in Amarillo and won't be in town until October for a game.

Sent you a PM

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I don't live in the North Texas area, but last year I used this handy LINK to request a schedule poster for my office. 

Someone got back to me right away and before I knew it, one had been mailed my way. 

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