Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by broncos1, Sep 12, 2008.
This is crazy...looks like a 2 foot deep 140 yard by 60 yard swimming pool.
Did someone forget to install drains in that field or what? I've never seen anything like that.
That would be funny to see them try and play in it
They say they are going to play tomorrow...
Not a day you want to get stuck at the bottom of a pile...:wow:
On the plus side, this might give Tech's defense some shot at actually stopping somebody... :thumbsup:
Their passing game will go nowhere under those conditions, this just demonstrates the absolute necessity of being able to run the damn ball.:smile2:
I remember in 2002 when we beat them at Folsom, they were complaining about how tall the grass was on the field...
At least we can drain our stadium. Try running a spread offense under 3 feet of water. Some of their receivers could be treading water in the huddle.
Good thing Ike isn't heading up there :wow:
There was a lot of flooding down this way last night.
It was a real treat driving in from Dallas :lol:
How many tortillas would it take to sop that mess up?
Get Leach a case of Lone Star and a shop vac and he'll take care of it in no time.:rofl2:
If ever there was a time and place to launch a pirate ship in Lubbock, this is it!
:rofl2:Awesome! I'd pay to see that s***. Quick, someone call Treasure Island!
I tried to rep you Skiddy, you dirty pirate hooker, but it wouldn't let me.
I should rep you for the dirty pirate hooker comment.
I wonder if it's an incomplete pass if the ball skips off the water but never touches grass.
WTF!? Well there's your problem!................:wow:
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Wouldn't that be a riot?
Here are some more pictures of the stadium-
this is crazy
Looks like they'll have to put in the subs.
Im sure they did but Flatlands dont have gravity on their side because its flat. The name of the game in a flat place is absorption and French drains. On the later their comes a point where the ground cant absorb any more water and a French Drain gets over run.
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