danefan Posted November 3, 2010 Report Share Posted November 3, 2010 The french guy may have a point. Without a stadium, maybe we should give up football. In spite of what Ford says, that they would play on I90 if they had to, I DO NOT WANT TO WATCH THEM PLAY ON I90. I have been watching them in that no excuse for a field since their first club game and in spite of what Ford says that place has cost him recruits and kept fan interest from growing and donations from pouring in. You think we'd have only one September home game in the past THREE years if we had a respected stadium? I'll be there freezing for those late November(13th,20th) meaningless games but few othwer will. But with a real stadium more early games in September to entice the casual fans in, maybe the late freezing November games would be more important and better attended like in the not to distant past. I know I am ranting, but watching UA football for 40 years at university field is demoralizing and if we aren't willing to fight the naysayer french teachers and move froward NOW on a stadium, maybe they are right and we should spend our money elswhere. The old sh*t or get off the pot mentality. I have to admit, I've had similar feelings of late, but then I remember how much good the football program has done for the student athletes who have played in these last 40 years, even if it was on quite possibly the most embarrasing facility in the country. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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