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  1. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Nebraska Will Play On October 27- Opponent Being Finalized

    Let Bethune-Cookman bring their band and show ours what a fun halftime show looks like
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    Tanner Farmer on Buying In

    Getting tired of these pressers, honestly. "we are this close" "we are trying so hard" "gotta get everyone to buy in" "we are trying too hard" Great, handle it in the locker room and show it on the field. It's like in the past 10 years there's been a secret "how to coach speak" class added to the football curriculum. Almost feels like by talking about it to the press the players are trying to convince themselves that's what's wrong and that's all it takes. Searching for answers.
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    Northwestern Game Advice

    Wrigleyville. Then take the train to Evanston that you can walk to from Wrigleyville. Evanston tailgating scene is pretty lackluster and I believe there are two bars in town. It is an 11am game so tailgating may be your only option, however.
  4. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Adrian Martinez Injury

    Unless he's 100 percent, sit him. Bunch is capable.
  5. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Michigan game time

    11am just announced...not bad for a visiting team imo
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    Adrian Martinez Injury

    Someone can tell me if I'm wrong, but I thought that I had heard before that when it comes to some of these potential ligament tears, that wearing a brace/crutches isn't really going to do much because you can't really damage it much more. So unless he's in pain walking, there's not much use for them. Really just trying to tamper my hopes a bit in lieu of the news ending up worse than it looks.
  7. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Northwestern Game Advice

    I probably should have looked at the schedule first. Should be a good time regardless. Taking over an opposing stadium is a blast.
  8. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Northwestern Game Advice

    The side without the preesbox, or endzone. Will be all red I predict. That's how it was last time. Not sure if you're looking for much pregame action, and would also depend on the game time, but I would highly recommend just parking near wrigleyville. Last time the entire neighborhood was filled with huskers just barhopping. About an hour or two before gametime a massive army of red will hop on the train in Wrigley and it'll drop you off a 5 minute walk from the stadium. Not that I have tried, but I have heard the actual tailgating in Evanston is pretty lame. The town has 2 bars.
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    Moos Presser - 9/5/18

    Thanks I'll pass... Didn't tell you to get rid of your tickets, and I am not familiar with this line you speak of. Enjoy the rest of the season.
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    Akron and the sellout streak

    Same. But it's not something that was controllable and I am at peace with that.
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    Moos Presser - 9/5/18

    If you're making "very real" budget decisions in regards to getting tickets, it may not be the wisest decision to keep getting them. If you are attending every game, the $57 face value of the ticket for one game is likely relatively small compared to everything else, are you expecting the University to pay for that as well? Sell your tickets? Sure you can. What does attending every game for 14 years have to do with making this not possible? The great thing is that it seems like you're a dedicated fan and shouldn't have much issue with attending the make up game, if scheduled.
  12. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Moos Presser - 9/5/18

    If you can afford season tickets and donation on top, I am not sure I would classify you as "hurting for money" and needing to make critical decisions to your overall budget. If this one game is truly such an impact to your bottom line, then maybe don't get tickets. This has happened once in 80 years. Or, sell your Colorado tickets and you'll recoup what you lost, plus some probably. I get to plan on going to one game a year, flew in, rentals cars, the whole bit. I don't plan on getting my money back. . It's unfortunate what happened. But it is what it is. And none of this matters if another game is a scheduled.
  13. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Moos Presser - 9/5/18

    Shouldn't we wait and see if there's another game added before we raise the pitchforks?
  14. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Akron and the sellout streak

    Why? You're going to get a ticket to the makeup game if there is one. It also has printed no refunds on the tickets for quite some time.
  15. Lyons in the Sea of Red.

    Moos Presser - 9/5/18

    A LOT of people ranting on Twitter about ticket refunds. Get over it, it's on the ticket. And that's the risk you take if you purchase through a 3rd party.
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