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National BSU Coverage

Postby donovan » Mon Sep 20, 2010 6:31 am

Maybe the spammers will care. The matchup between top 25 teams will be a full national broadcast as well, marking Boise State's first Saturday regular season football game shown nationally on ABC or any other broadcast network. Not significant to most major schools, but for all the coverage Boise has gotten, pretty amazing. Certainly has as much to do with Oregon State. New blue turf was installed this summer under a guarantee from the manufacturer. The problem was the TV glare. I suppose tough to sell new product when you can't get good picture on TV. So, all you Russians and Albanias, spam on in. The Beavers are very gullible people, poor, but gullible. When on an unrelated subject, if Oregon and Oregon State keep it up...the Civil War will be a big game. I hope THE OSU will go in with one loss, however.
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Re: National BSU Coverage

Postby Spence » Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:30 am

It is on my Saturday viewing list along with Ark-Bama
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Re: National BSU Coverage

Postby Dossenator » Mon Sep 20, 2010 11:17 am

donovan wrote:Maybe the spammers will care. The matchup between top 25 teams will be a full national broadcast as well, marking Boise State's first Saturday regular season football game shown nationally on ABC or any other broadcast network. Not significant to most major schools, but for all the coverage Boise has gotten, pretty amazing. Certainly has as much to do with Oregon State. New blue turf was installed this summer under a guarantee from the manufacturer. The problem was the TV glare. I suppose tough to sell new product when you can't get good picture on TV. So, all you Russians and Albanias, spam on in. The Beavers are very gullible people, poor, but gullible. When on an unrelated subject, if Oregon and Oregon State keep it up...the Civil War will be a big game. I hope THE OSU will go in with one loss, however.


Don't you mean 2 losses. Oregon State all ready has a loss.

I will be watching this game as well.
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Re: National BSU Coverage

Postby donovan » Mon Sep 20, 2010 1:12 pm

Accuracy has never been my strong suit.....I have references, mostly on this board.
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Re: National BSU Coverage

Postby billybud » Tue Sep 21, 2010 8:54 pm

Oregon State will lose by more than 14...not a very good team if the Louisville game is any indication.
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Re: National BSU Coverage

Postby Derek » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:15 pm

billybud wrote:Oregon State will lose by more than 14...not a very good team if the Louisville game is any indication.


I agree..James Madison is a MONSTER of a team...put them in the NCG. 8) 8)
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