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Notre Dame alumn donates 375k to the ticket office

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Jens1893, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. Jens1893

    Jens1893 Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    so they can sell the 2.5k student tickets for the NC Game at half price ($150 instead of $300)
     
  2. FLounder

    FLounder The Buffs will rise again! Club Member

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    Generous gift. Allows broke kids to pay for the game.
     
  3. Chromeburn

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    That's pretty cool
     
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    Quattro Banned BANNED Club Member

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    Broke kids and Notre Dame? Haha

    But awesome move by whoever donated.
     
  5. CarolinaBuff

    CarolinaBuff Weekend Poster Club Member

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    Ruckus Peep my words. Club Member

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    If students who couldn't go to the game because they couldn't afford it, are now deciding to go, they still can't afford it. When you add in travel costs, saving $150 ain't making your decision to go or not go. Nice savings though for the people who were going to go regardless.
     
  7. SuperiorBuff

    SuperiorBuff Well-Known Member

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    F.U.C.K. the Neutered Dame!
     
  8. 96 Buff

    96 Buff Resident Commie Bastard Club Member Junta Member

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    More beer money for the trip, which means a rowdier student section. At least that's how we used to do it at CU.
     

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