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BDS did not make the list, so take it with a grade of saw.
High school, college and professional football players are already enduring grueling twice a day workouts under the punishing August sun. Football fans, it's time to plan your autumn football weekends. Here's our list of the top ten epicenters of America's game.
The grove? blahhaha
B O G U S......
I think you meant "grain of salt".
Still sucks that BDS didn't make it.
We landed on the moon!!! Yeah!!!
No flame, but you are wrong.
Courtesy of our very own paebert:
"Quick history lesson, in the early saw making days collusion and corruption ran rampant in the industry. There were lots of saw makers that were clearly over grading the quality of the saws they were producing, it got so bad that the general public could no longer really tell the grade of the saw they were purchasing so they coined the phrase "grade of saw" when they were skeptical of something. Chances are that if you are the son of a sawmaker you have some criminal activity in your family tree."
Pretty sure it's saw.
This has been a great thread hijack so far. +1 to all.
This post was edited by Gina4Tide 2 years ago
It's grade of saw. But let's not make a mole hill out of a mountain here. It's like spitting hairs. You say tomato, I say potato. Are we on the main wavelength now?
The article should have a different title, as it's not really about stadiums (other than the pictures).
And if you're wondering why a Kansas high school stadium is the first listed, the guy wrote a book about that team. I'm guessing that has something to do with it.
Lebron! ! ! !
It is great as a list of stadiums to read about, maybe even to travel to and sit with friendly fans in a skybox, but not so much to visit. What do you think the odds are he's been to more than 2-3 of them? You think he's actually gone to a high school game in more than a couple of states?
Tradition aside, going to Oxford or Pasadena isn't as charming when you have to deal with their crappy facilities, and I've been to each multiple times. Sanford is nice, but not really special in any way. LSU is imposing to play at, but I haven't found it as nice to visit. When UT was good, Neyland on the river was about as good a blend of stadium noise and a view as you'll ever find (though I still hate them).
Regardless, a list giving weight to tradition and nostalgia over modern design and amenities makes for a good read, but not for such a great visit. Give me Jerry World and BDS any day.
This post was edited by Huskypup 2 years ago
Well I'm certainly no rocket surgeon but I don't see how BDS could not be on that list...
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