Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Kameltosis, Aug 28, 2007.
lol 96 im not putting you down ass hat...I'm saying that's bull****
What does Phil Steele think? That is a pretty weak spread.
That's an easy $100 in my opinion. I predicted it to be around 6-10 but ****in 2 1/2? Gay Winning this bet is going to help me pay for the ridiculous price of the UT vs NU game in austin. $250 per ticket for moderate seats is ridiculous.
**** man, imagine the cost of that game for a family of four. That is probably the sadest thing about college sports. The price of tickets is getting too expensive. Miami is apparently moving from the Orange Bowl next year to play at JRS/ProPlayer/Fruit of the Loom/Dolphins Stadium or whatever they are calling that crap ass concrete **** hole these days. Just like for the Dolphins, I predict Hurricane attendance will go down and ticket prices will go up.
But was that $250 the face value or what you paid on stubhub, cheaptickets or some online ticketing site? I can't imagine that $250 is face value unless your seats are in some sort of club section.
...Not sure....both teams sell out so f'in fast I can't tell.
How in the world could Hurricane attendance go down any farther? ****, they only get about 40,000 per game there as it is unless UF or FSU is playing. And before you argue with me, remember that I attended a HOME OPENER at the OB a few years ago that only drew maybe 45,000 people.
UM would do themselves a huge favor by building their own stadium near campus. Yes, it's expensive, but they should have the ability to do it. They'd probably cut down on the riff-raff that attends a lot of the games now. It might actually be a good deal for them.
I think 96 has your handle on an autoresponse program...:smile2:
Actually, he's just not very well-spoken.
Fixed it for you.
Actually, I'm kind of surprised that CU is favored to win the game.. More questions on the CU side than CSU...
$250 dollars is not face value, FV should be in the 60-70 dollar range I think....
Yeah but it's Nebraska and Texas dude...both teams sell out in like 5 minutes. Two of the, if not the biggest, fan bases in the Big 12.
That's what I was thinking too. $250 definitely sounds like the prices they would go for online.
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