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A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
07-25-2009 03:18 AM
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RE: A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
(07-25-2009 03:18 AM)rabidawg900 Wrote:  http://www.redandblackattack.com/2009/7/...-in-yankee

What does everybody think?


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07-25-2009 09:37 AM
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RE: A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
NYC in early Dec is not nearly as cold as Chicago. Plus there's alot to do in NYC, far more than Shreveport and some of the other markets that host bowls.
07-25-2009 10:03 AM
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RE: A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
I hope this does not weaken the International Bowl in Toronto.

I have been looking forward to attending the I Bowl when/if NIU earns a spot. My wife and I would love a weekend in Toronto with an NIU Bowl game as the centerpiece.

I would prefer a weekend in Toronto to a weekend in NY. Ny is damned expensive.
07-25-2009 10:16 AM
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RE: A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
MAC definitely needs another bowl game. Three bowls for 13 teams isn't enough. MAC has averaged around six bowl eligible teams every season this decade. Hopefully we can pick up the Congressional Bowl too.
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07-25-2009 12:06 PM
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RE: A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
The new passport requirements may put a damper on the International Bowl, yep I'd rather spend a weekend in Toronto than NYC; but I've got family in NE PA so it would just be a 90 minute ride to a game. Playing a bowl in the economic capital of the nation will have positive consequences over time. Have to give the conference credit for sowing up bowls in major media, entertainment and economic markets.
07-25-2009 07:02 PM
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RE: A future bowl game in Yankee Stadium with a MAC tie-in?
Make it stop! There are too many bowls right now, they need to be cut in number by at least half, not more added.
07-25-2009 09:13 PM
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