Originally posted by GChawk: NE we're just saying he isn't as bad as most Mizzou posters, he hasn't called anybody gay or any of the stupid stereotypes his bretheren usually bring to the conversation. He is just going off his own personal experience, which happens to be abit dated. I don't consider the sky being yellow and the sun being blue a big enough insult to get worked up over.
This post was edited on 7/30 9:56 AM by GChawk
If it makes you feel better that line is from a Grateful Dead song, Scarlet Begonias.
I heard Keeston Terry de-committed from Nebraska and is headed to KU, is that true? If so, that would be a nice addition to your class this year.
If you buy your tickets through Missouri or Kansas, chances are you’ll have a great seat to watch the third Border War football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
“We have all the tickets to the lower bowl,” Mark Alnutt, MU associate athletic director for administration, said on Saturday.
Each school, Alnutt said, has an allotment of 27,500 seats to the Nov. 28 game. Missouri began selling Border War tickets to the public at MUTigers.com at 6 p.m. Friday and that sale continues through Sunday.
But Alnutt said more than 11,000 tickets had been ordered previously by donors and season ticket holders and a large block are being reserved for MU students.
Starting Monday, any remaining tickets can be obtained by calling 1-800-228-7297 884-7297 in Columbia) or in person at the Mizzou Arena Ticket Office. Tickets for club level seating are $100, for field box $60, for upper box $50 and for upper reserved $35. Tickets may not be available in all price ranges.
BY THE WAY, on MU’s Pick Two ticket promotion that kicks off on Aug. 14, in which for $99 you get a ticket to either the Nebraska or Texas games as well as a ticket to either the Baylor or Iowa State games?
The intent is two pronged. To boost sales to the lesser-demanded Baylor and Iowa State games. And, to make sure if Nebraska fans want to buy tickets to the MU home game on Oct. 8, they will have to pay extra for the privilege.
Two years ago a grass-roots (and not school run) campaign urging MU fans to buy extra tickets to the Nebraska at Missouri game successfully limited the size of the Cornhusker representation at Faurot Field.
Yes, there were thousands of Big Red fans. But considerably fewer thousands than previous years when Cornhusker boosters, shut out of home game tickets, regularly turned road games at Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State and Iowa State into seas of red.
The same thing is going on again now at Missouri
Posted on 8/8 7:56 PM | IP: Logged
powermizzou.com definitely has the best Mizzou fans on the internet. Sure, there are guys like ultimatedude and a few others, but for the most part they are a pretty classy bunch.
tigerboard on the other hand........
Anyways, if Keeston truly did de-commit and is headed to KU, that definitely would be a great addition. It could explain why we've slow played a couple of WRs who've tried to commit to us lately.
Keeston will be a nice player wherever he goes. I still think though that Ricki Herod is the better prospect of the two.
Posted on 7/31 1:25 PM | IP: Logged
It looks that way Rebel but you never really know. The season is a ways off and signing day is even further off, plenty of time for the kid to change his mind again.
Posted on 7/31 2:00 PM | IP: Logged
Drew Temple to KU. Watch out, he could be a spy! Has there ever been another football player to transfer from MU<>KU? I can't think of any. I know there was a player at Michigan that transferred to Ohio St. a couple of years ago. I wonder what the story behind this whole thing is? I have my guesses but who knows?
Posted on 8/4 6:33 PM | IP: Logged
It seems Temple might not play football, he hasn't asked the KU coaches if he could walk on yet.