Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Jens1893, Jan 12, 2008.
This should be rather easy for starters ...
BTW, don´t bother checking the link for hints. I removed anything (coordinates, field paint etc.) that could give it away.
Pac 10; Oregon. Autzen Stadium
That field of medicial pot on the North side gives it away. And all those Birkenstocks.
This is a little tougher
Tiger Stadium - Death Valley Home of the mNC LSU Tigers.
The smell of corndog gives this one away.
Maybe I ought to sit the next one out.
Umm is that Va Tech's stadium in Blacksburg? If not, my other guess would be Ga Tech.
LSU came to mind too, i think that is right.
Skiddy is on a roll!
Yeah i see it now. Stupid guess.
Who would want to coach here? Surprised it's even D-1.
But I want to go there really badly.:wink2:
Hint: The Buffs played a game there, but I doubt anyone on here was alive back then.
Your a real warrior if you play there.
Could somebody please post the correct answer so that we can move on?
Googled Warriors and came up with Golden State.
I know the NHL does outdoor games now and then, but when did they start playing NBA games outdoors?
BoulderBuff´s answer is correct.
And this is exactly why I shouldn't be playing this game. That just showed exactly how much I follow NBA.
Jacksonville (so, Georgia and Florida for the teams)?
DC is correct
Not a bad guess, but no. I don´t know where in the Carolinas you exactly are, but it will be one of the closer road games for you in the near future.
Thanks for giving it away - West Virginia. At least I think that's it. :smile2:
I realized it wasn't Clemson after I guessed because they have one end totally open where the hill that they run down is.
BTW, I'm just outside of Charlotte, which is very close to the NC-SC border.
I actually mapquested Charlotte-Morgantown before I typed my answer. :smile2:
This is Clemson´s stadium ... it´s similar
New stadium to guess
If that's not right I'm gonna say Rose Bowl (UCLA)
Yea, I knew Clemson was something like that because it's fully enclosed but has decks on both sides.
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