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(AZ Family)   "You got your Pac-12 championship game in my arts festival." "No, you got your arts festival in my Pac-12 championship game"   (azfamily.com ) divider line
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711 clicks; posted to Sports » on 07 Dec 2013 at 8:37 AM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-12-07 09:54:56 AM  
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The Googles Do Nothing: This would never happen in SEC country where the best football is played and the best athletes are bred.  A monster truck pull, Larry The Cable Guy, or a Klan rally is probably a better fit for SEC fans.


and the Georgia dome but whatever, thanks whiny B1G fan.

PS  Your insecurity is showing
2013-12-07 09:36:49 AM  
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This would never happen in SEC country where the best football is played and the best athletes are bred.  A monster truck pull, Larry The Cable Guy, or a Klan rally is probably a better fit for SEC fans.
2013-12-07 08:59:07 AM  
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Arts festival, schmarts festival - more like a clusterf*** every time, full of complete crap. Downtown Tempe never could handle crowds, and with even less parking (all of it requiring money) than ever, it will be a mess. Besides, once Tempe sold their soul to ASU and tourists while ignoring the city residents, everything downtown has sucked mightily.

No big loss.


//ASU and Michael Crow's empire building has wrecked my hometown
///no, not bitter at all
 
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