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Discussion in 'OSU Sports Forum' started by teibbor, Mar 29, 2017.
What about AT Temple?
Or AT Rice??
Those games all happened in the past. The only pasts that count in goonville are championships. Try and keep up.
They are at Temple in 2024
They played there and lost.....in 1942. It's a loss in the past so it doesn't really count anyway. So my theory still holds true, even if I had to go back 75 years.
Open mouth insert foot.
It's kinda rare OU plays a weird non-con away game. I'm used to them doing home and home with blue chip programs. Most of the non-con games have been home or neutral site for the most part.
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Don't worry. We've got our research team on it.
I need the vacay too! Destin, FLA is not far away at all.
was in Tulsa not that long ago too, right?
Well, you were just trying to do what they asked you to...
I'm all for scheduling lower half Power Five teams. Pittsburgh is good and Oregon State is a great example. I wouldn't mind scheduling a Kentucky home and home, Georgia Tech, Arkansas (of course), even Mizzou, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Wake Forest, Virginia.
I am hearing now the OSU/TU game has not been moved to Thursday. Anyone else confirm?
According to RA it has not been moved yet. He said today he has asked Klintworth and has been told its 90% as of right now.
Yeah, I heard that too. I think it will happen.
It probably will but when I heard Montgomery on channel 6 a few weeks ago he doesn't sound like he is in favor. He basically said he is planning on Saturday and tu has to agree with any move.
Big Time programs don't play on Tuesdays.
I don't care what ou does or doesn't do, but off the top of my head they played at Cougar High in Houston in, what, 2015 and at Tulsa the year before that. They play their share of away non-conference games vs those other schools.
"In Houston" but not at Cougar High
Hate to defend Gooner but he did say neutral sites were ok
The "we need the exposure/only game on that night" argument is bogus. Do you really think playing on a Thursday in late August weighs in on any recruit's mind? Yes, the above has positives, but the negatives by far outweigh them. I say we don't play another Thursday home game until OU does. I don't get while they should be exempt from them.
To me, it's got little to do with recruits, and everything to do with showcasing our team, especially our offensive firepower to a national audience. Lots of top programs play on Thursday nights from time to time. What does it matter whether OU does or not?