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No way...disagree w/ you there 'O4. My knees, right ankle, back and hip can all trace their pain (and large medical bills) to that piece of $iena floor. If I knew then, what I knew now, I would sue the builder on a strict liability claim. That floor is a flat out disaster and should have never been build on pure concrete w/ about a 1/2 inch pad underneath.


That million is being spent wisely. I can go down a host of injuries of others caused by that floor. It is also another reason we practice in the Old Gym!

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What was wrong with the floor last season? It looked fine. I don't think the state outline has been there since the move to Division I, at least. So it's quite a few years back then.

DaneFan2K3, the floor last year was fine, i just don't always have a great deal of confidence in bureaucratic decision making ... hoping to avoid a repeat of an earlier unsatisfactory effort

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