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Old Wed Jul 14, 2004, 07:32pm
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Fellow adorners of the pristine polyester significantly stipped in black and white:

Anyone on this board ever work the "Down Under Bowl?" It is a series of games played by various kids from the states down in Australia. It is put on by International Sports Specialists Inc.

I just returned from working it and want to know if any of you have or know someone that has worked it. Plus, if you are going to work it, let me know.

I would like to compare notes on how your games went, things that you did in your spare time, etc. Also, anyone here from Indiana?

Thanks!
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PS: if you want information on this, just let me know, I can put you in touch with some folks.
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Old Wed Jul 14, 2004, 11:58pm
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I don't have any answers but I will add a question, did you get to go to Austrailia? Or are the games held in the US?
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Old Thu Jul 15, 2004, 03:30am
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Smile I'd like info on going next year

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Thanks!
UE

PS: if you want information on this, just let me know, I can put you in touch with some folks.
UE-
I'd like info on going next year.
FYI- An old classmate of mine's son played in it this year!
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Old Thu Jul 15, 2004, 11:13am
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Snake -- It was in Australia

KWH -- What is your email address?
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Old Thu Jul 15, 2004, 11:50am
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Thumbs up Here is is!

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Snake -- It was in Australia

KWH -- What is your email address?
UE-

[email protected]

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Old Thu Jul 15, 2004, 12:00pm
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That has to be one of the all-time terrible e-mai addresses....go Huskies!
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Old Thu Jul 15, 2004, 12:48pm
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Cool No dogs allowed!!!

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That has to be one of the all-time terrible e-mai addresses....go Huskies!
Posters please be aware! Ignore Jim S's posts!
This gentlemen has issues! This is supported by the fact that he is a fan of the Montlake Muts (aka - washington huskies). Ever since the power in the PAC-10 has swung to the east side of the state of Washington (Washington State Cougars) these types of posters have been at unrest. Given time (and further NCAA sanctions for probation violations) they should settle back down!

Just poking a little fun at my Vancouver brother. By the way Jim, you must love the fact that Washington State University - Vancouver was built in your own back yard!



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Old Fri Jul 16, 2004, 09:10am
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UE,

Can you e-mail me the information for this.

[email protected]

Thanks.
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Old Fri Jul 16, 2004, 10:35am
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Wasn't the former coach's e mail this?

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Old Fri Jul 16, 2004, 12:53pm
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Cool Mike Price

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Wasn't the former coach's e mail this?

[email protected]
No, AB, that was the e-mail address of the former ALABAMA coach.
He is also the answer to a trivia question:
Can you name the only former ALABAMA Head Football Coach to leave the school with an undefeated record?
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Old Fri Jul 16, 2004, 02:18pm
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I guess O'Leary was undefeated (untied and un-scored upon) at ND as well.
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Old Mon Jul 19, 2004, 02:50pm
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I think O'Leary and Price were both winless and undefeated. Although, the winless part for Price is questionable (unless you're his wife!).
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Old Tue Jul 20, 2004, 05:47am
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So tell us about your experiences in Australia.
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Old Tue Jul 20, 2004, 04:16pm
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Re: No dogs allowed!!!

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That has to be one of the all-time terrible e-mai addresses....go Huskies!


Just poking a little fun at my Vancouver brother. By the way Jim, you must love the fact that Washington State University - Vancouver was built in your own back yard!



[Edited by KWH on Jul 15th, 2004 at 01:51 PM]
Vancouver as in Vancouver, Washington? That's where my wife grew up and my in laws reside. Small world!
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Old Tue Jul 20, 2004, 04:52pm
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So tell us about your experiences in Australia.
Well, obviously, it was a once in a lifetime experience. However, we worked a TON of football. Something like 11 games in 8 days. We were there for about 14 days and had like 3 days off.

Everyone there was really nice, the players and coaches were great. The local Aussie team was fantastic and very cordial.

So, even though we didn't get to see a lot of Australia, the experience was super and it was great to meet people from all over the US.

Oh...and the football wasn't bad either!
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