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2021-10-19 8:08:08 AM  
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He'll make-up his lost salary on the speaker circuit speaking to like minded individuals.
 
2021-10-19 9:28:20 AM  
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Rapmaster2000: LL316: But nobody outside of whatever city Washington State is in

Pullman.  It's easily the most isolated Power 5 school in the country.  More isolated than Starkville or Oxford.  It's 5 hours from Seattle.


Texas Tech.  Lubbock is WAY out in the middle of nowhere.

Wazzu is only 287 miles from Seattle, a 4hr 35 min drive.

Lubbock's closest P5 neighbor is TCU, 313 miles away (though the average drive is three minutes shorter).  It's next closest opponent is in Oklahoma.
 
2021-10-19 8:55:49 AM  
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LL316: But nobody outside of whatever city Washington State is in


Pullman.  It's easily the most isolated Power 5 school in the country.  More isolated than Starkville or Oxford.  It's 5 hours from Seattle.
 
2021-10-19 10:01:35 AM  
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omg bbq: kdawg7736: There's something about the WSU logo....scary but cool at the same time.

[th.bing.com image 781x533]

Like... how it spells WSU?


It always looked like a snail to me.
 
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