Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

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Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

Postby Spence » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:20 pm

Traditional matchup. Just not where we would like to play it. I’m not big on Dallas. I like billy bob’s in Fort Worth.
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Re: Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

Postby billybud » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:59 pm

The consolation bowl...
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Postby Spence » Sun Dec 03, 2017 7:56 pm

Yeah. I like the match up. It is the team we should be playing. Not the place though. it is a nice stadium, I just don't care much for Dallas. I've been there many times. It just doesn't have much character. I like Fort Worth ok. The Grapevine area is ok. Dallas is a lot like Columbus to me. Just bigger. I like the old unplanned cities. I'm probably going to skip this one. Being on a Friday night and only four days after Christmas, it makes it a rough trip. I would rather go to San Antonio than go to Dallas.
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Re: Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

Postby donovan » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:59 pm

This is a good matchup and will have good TV ratings. Will be a 7 point game with over under at hmmmm 49
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Re: Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

Postby billybud » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:41 pm

Spence wrote:Yeah. I like the match up. It is the team we should be playing. Not the place though. it is a nice stadium, I just don't care much for Dallas. I've been there many times. It just doesn't have much character. I like Fort Worth ok. The Grapevine area is ok. Dallas is a lot like Columbus to me. Just bigger. I like the old unplanned cities. I'm probably going to skip this one. Being on a Friday night and only four days after Christmas, it makes it a rough trip. I would rather go to San Antonio than go to Dallas.
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I also like San Antone...I head back there every few years to pay my marriage tax and visit with mt wife's family...Sometimes we stay on the River Walk...sometimes out in Wimberly, Fredericksburg, etc. WE ride the Harley around Hill Country...eat with the cowboys in Bandera,

Our most interesting stay was at the Molsheim Mansion in Seguin,,,it has 'haints.
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Re: Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

Postby Spence » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:58 pm

I will try that sometime.
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Re: Ohio State-USC in the Cotton Bowl

Postby Old Ducker » Tue Dec 05, 2017 12:25 pm

billybud wrote:
Spence wrote:Yeah. I like the match up. It is the team we should be playing. Not the place though. it is a nice stadium, I just don't care much for Dallas. I've been there many times. It just doesn't have much character. I like Fort Worth ok. The Grapevine area is ok. Dallas is a lot like Columbus to me. Just bigger. I like the old unplanned cities. I'm probably going to skip this one. Being on a Friday night and only four days after Christmas, it makes it a rough trip. I would rather go to San Antonio than go to Dallas.
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I also like San Antone...I head back there every few years to pay my marriage tax and visit with mt wife's family...Sometimes we stay on the River Walk...sometimes out in Wimberly, Fredericksburg, etc. WE ride the Harley around Hill Country...eat with the cowboys in Bandera,

Our most interesting stay was at the Molsheim Mansion in Seguin,,,it has 'haints.


Billybud, would you mind listing your favorite places to stay and stuff to do around San Antonio? I am plotting a vacation...

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