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HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:21 PM
Everyon join me in barraging FOX Austin with hatred. They cut away with 8 seconds left so I have yet to see the end of the game....thank GOD I clicked on iTunes on my pc and streamed 610 real quick to hear the end.

FUQ you FOX.....expect a pictture of my shit urinating on the cowboys.....I am so fuqing pissed right now....hard not to say what I REALLY want......

Need to smoke a square and calm down....I will be fuqng emailing them in a few and will call these fuqs too...


FUQ YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

brakos82
12-04-2011, 04:22 PM
Everyon join me in barraging FOX Austin with hatred. They cut away with 8 seconds left so I have yet to see the end of the game....thank GOD I clicked on iTunes on my pc and streamed 610 real quick to hear the end.

FUQ you FOX.....expect a pictture of my shit urinating on the cowboys.....I am so fuqing pissed right now....hard not to say what I REALLY want......

Need to smoke a square and calm down....I will be fuqng emailing them in a few and will call these fuqs too...


FUQ YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Call the NFL, not your FOX station.

ziggy29
12-04-2011, 04:22 PM
NFL rules. Not Fox's fault. All the affiliates forced to worship the Cowboys did it.

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:23 PM
Call the NFL, not your FOX station.

Isn't iot still fox's choice what to show? i do not believe this is NFL rules.....please correct if i am wrong and i will gladly piss on whomever i need to

V Man
12-04-2011, 04:24 PM
understand the rules, leave at 3:15, not 4 minutes early for commercials and pre-game.

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:24 PM
HOw is it NFL rules????

Seems like coverage whoring to me since we are in TX?

What rule would this be?

Not trying to be mad at you guys but am confused....

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:25 PM
understand the rules, leave at 3:15, not 4 minutes early for commercials and pre-game.

Thank you....it was like 3:09 or something like that

brakos82
12-04-2011, 04:25 PM
Isn't iot still fox's choice what to show? i do not believe this is NFL rules.....please correct if i am wrong and i will gladly piss on whomever i need to

Not when the primary game starts... so same thing happened in all the other late game markets as well (SF, AZ, STL, DAL, GB, NYG)

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:45 PM
Alright, now that I have calmed down some I can type and think better lol.

I have my daughter here so I had to keep my mouth shut and not get pissy so this message board was my relief.

Anyway, my beef was as V Man mentioned....it was not 3:15 yet. IMO FOX austin decided to show commercials before the game.

Mailman
12-04-2011, 04:49 PM
NFL rules. Not Fox's fault. All the affiliates forced to worship the Cowboys did it.

That's only for the home market, correct?

They had no justifiable reason switching from the end of the Texans game to pregame warmups for the Cowboys.

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:51 PM
FOX Austin's facebook is getting demolished right now and there mailbox to leave a message is full lmao.

Keep bombarding them!

ziggy29
12-04-2011, 04:53 PM
That's only for the home market, correct?

They had no justifiable reason switching from the end of the Texans game to pregame warmups for the Cowboys.

I think the NFL considers all of Texas outside of Houston the "home market" of the Cowboys to the point where all affiliates generally have to switch to the Cowboys coverage at 4:15 (the problem was that all these Fox affiliates did so a few minutes before that -- and all at the same time, so it was a network decision, not the local affiliate).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NFL_on_television#Mid-game_switches

If the local team is scheduled for the late game of a doubleheader, it has importance over any early game. If 4:15 p.m. arrives, and the early game is ongoing, the primary affiliate (all games) and secondary affiliates (road games) are required to cut off the early game and switch to the start of the local team's game. Additional affiliates, including secondary affiliates for home games, may also request to cut off an early game for a nearby team's late start. This is common in Texas where many affiliates which are not considered secondary markets by the NFL still switch out of early games in order to get to the start of a 4:15 Dallas Cowboys game.

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 04:55 PM
Here is there Facebook....lol....

I hit it too from Jordan....

https://www.facebook.com/myfoxaustin

FOX said:

Sorry to all Texans fans out there. Austin, and therefore FOX 7 is considered a Cowboys home market. Therefore, we have a mandatory kickoff rule for Cowboys games. Bad timing, we know, but we have no choice in this one.

I said:

Sorry FOX but lame effing answer. You cut away with minutes enough to show commercials then pre game. Nice try but hardly an excuse. YOU FAIL. Was NOT 3:15 yet. Idiots


:D

axman40
12-04-2011, 04:57 PM
Fox Sucks!
Nothing new!

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 05:12 PM
haha....i am going off on them.....they keep dancing around the issue....

FOX:

Sorry but the NFL decides home and secondary markets, and Austin is considered a secondary market for the Cowboys. NFL rules say when the Cowboys (considered our home team) are on the road for the second game of a double header, we must make the mandatory switch for the start of that game. Here is the rule: If the local team is scheduled for the late game of a doubleheader, it has importance over any early game. If 4:15 p.m. arrives, and the early game is ongoing, the primary affiliate (all games) and secondary affiliates (road games) are required to cut off the early game and switch to the start of the local team's game.


Me:

BUT YOU ***DID NOT*** leave at 3:15 local....it was minutes before to show commercials. Is THAT in the contract or will we keep dancing around that. If it WAS 3:15 I would understand, but it was not, you left EARLY.../end

Showtime100
12-04-2011, 05:26 PM
Call the NFL, not your FOX station.

NFL rules. Not Fox's fault. All the affiliates forced to worship the Cowboys did it.


BUUUUUULLLLLSSSSSSHHHHIIIIITTTTT!!!!!!

You call the local affiliate and give them a major earful. THEY call the NFL.

CretorFrigg
12-04-2011, 05:29 PM
Why is Austin not part of the Houston market? ...or San Antonio? San Antonio is way closer to Houston than Dallas.

TheDream34
12-04-2011, 05:29 PM
I really enjoyed the Fox broadcast, a lot better than CBS. The commentators I thought were very knowledge and fair. Also I though the Fox broadcast was a lot more clear and crisp than the CBS. Just my opinion

Showtime100
12-04-2011, 05:31 PM
Why is Austin not part of the Houston market? ...or San Antonio? San Antonio is way closer to Houston than Dallas.

Because the Texans care less than a F about us in Austin.

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 05:39 PM
Flaming FOX as hard as I can on their facbook lol...

LMAO @ Cowtrick fans...you cling to your pathetic Rhomo like you guys will get anywhere in the playoffs should you win a craptastic division and take time to get involved in something that doesn't concern you cause you think the Texans and there fans are still the little brothers. Open your eyes, and think critically for a change. In the 7 years I have been in this little piss ant town named Austin (it's barley even a city with only 2 major arteries that are decades behind current standards) I have seen just Texans bumper stickers alone go from seemingly just mine to almost as many as I see Cowtrick stickers. Face it, it's over, Cowboys don't dominate the whole state like they used to. Yet, another season that will probably end in disaster awaits you and you know it so you start stuff you can't finish with Texans fans. For what? Just to take your mind off of the fact you have one of the worst owners in the league as far as actual football decision making? Or one of the worst QB's (it's debatable) in the clutch. Fact - Rookie 5th round pick out of UNC T.J. Yates looked better today for the Texans than I have seen Rhomo in a while. /end

bigfan77801
12-04-2011, 05:51 PM
Some thing in Bryan. There was 16 seconds to go and the Fox station switched to at least 2 minuets of commercials.

brakos82
12-04-2011, 05:54 PM
hey, crash the station's servers, not this one. :kitten:

Showtime100
12-04-2011, 05:58 PM
hey, crash the station's servers, not this one. :kitten:

Legitimate ***** if you live here, brakos. If you don't like it..........

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 07:50 PM
hey, crash the station's servers, not this one. :kitten:

I'm tryin :D

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 08:01 PM
Just threw one last quick jab on em since the Cowtricks lost.....

"Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.............cowboys and their austin flagship station's pee-pees hurtin big time now lol...hurts grabbin the old ankles don't it hahahahaha."


:D

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 08:36 PM
I'm enjoying this too much...I promised myself this is the last one.....

"Total Cowtrick fan silence......ahh...a Beautiful thing to be sure!!! Texans WON with a 3rd string rookie QB out of UNC 3rd stringer to beat a legit playoff contender while the Cowtricks LOST to a hapless Arizona team hahahahahaha. What's that you say? Go Cowboys?? Yeah, GO Cowboys, further and further down the toilet with Jerra and Romo LMAO!!"

EllisUnit
12-04-2011, 09:53 PM
haha....i am going off on them.....they keep dancing around the issue....

FOX:

Sorry but the NFL decides home and secondary markets, and Austin is considered a secondary market for the Cowboys. NFL rules say when the Cowboys (considered our home team) are on the road for the second game of a double header, we must make the mandatory switch for the start of that game. Here is the rule: If the local team is scheduled for the late game of a doubleheader, it has importance over any early game. If 4:15 p.m. arrives, and the early game is ongoing, the primary affiliate (all games) and secondary affiliates (road games) are required to cut off the early game and switch to the start of the local team's game.


Me:

BUT YOU ***DID NOT*** leave at 3:15 local....it was minutes before to show commercials. Is THAT in the contract or will we keep dancing around that. If it WAS 3:15 I would understand, but it was not, you left EARLY.../end

they are erasing most of our posts, mine and a bunch others are gone haha

HTown2ATX
12-04-2011, 10:10 PM
FWIW.....I just friended and messaged John Lopez at 610 on Facebook and sent him a message about this and asked if he could bring it up tomorrow at some point after 7am (when I get to work and start streaming :D ).

I asked if there could be any possible repercussions from the NFL as they pulled early and what, if anything McNair would think about this as far as "building the brand" outside of Houston.

So, if I hear anything, I'll post.

axman40
12-04-2011, 10:19 PM
Lupe Rodriguez (http://www.facebook.com/djlupe)
I'm a cowboy fan. But cutting that game short was ridiculous. I hope that the next time FOX employees are having sex. They are forced to pull out 8 seconds before climax!!!

https://www.facebook.com/myfoxaustin
:fingergun:

ziggy29
12-04-2011, 10:26 PM
The San Antonio station is claiming the NFL forced them to do it on their page, too. They also referred to the link I provided in another thread about the definition of "secondary market" and claimed that they were *required* by the NFL to pull away at 3:10.

But as the rest of that goes, since neither San Antonio nor Austin are secondary markets for the Cowboys -- they do not have any locations in their viewing areas within 75 miles of the stadium -- the only way they were "forced" to pull away at 3:10 would be because they had already made the decision to piss on Texans fans if the game ran long, regardless of how competitive, by opting to switch to the Cowboys feed at that time.

Both of them are blaming the NFL rules and acting like they had no choice in the matter. But the NFL only forced them because they already made the decision to cut over when they weren't forced to do that.

HTown2ATX
12-05-2011, 08:07 AM
I just got to work and pulled up the FOX Austion facebook and they are still getting flamed and apparently the Texas AG posted about it lol.....

‎"What happened in Austin? They cut the Texans game with 6 seconds to go. Unbelievable broadcasting." Quote, Texas Attorney General. http://twitter.com/#!/GregAbbott_TX/status/143437722823036929

BigWig
12-05-2011, 09:16 AM
I was floored too, but luckily I have the NFL Sunday Ticket and I was able to switch to the channel there and see it.

HTown2ATX
12-05-2011, 11:36 AM
FOX Austin finally feeling the heat.....they are still getting bombarded....

(from their facebook);
myFOXaustin
We are sorry for the inconvenience with the games yesterday. We will be posting a statement in regards to what happened shortly. We know a lot of you are upset, and again, we apologize for all of the confusion.

https://www.facebook.com/myfoxaustin


----------------

I posted on their site the email that Wolf got from an affiliate that essentially exposes their BS about "it was on the NFL" so we'll see what they say. Feel free to keep barraging them even if you don't live here.....

For those that think me and other Austinites are obsessing on this, keep in mind for a solid year or 2 we barely got to see games ON CBS thanks to VY being with the Titans so Tenessee was essentially the home games so Horn jock swingers could keep reliving the glory days and Houston fans in Austin were forced to go to sports bars every weekend as if we lived in a whole different part of the country. So this is a sensitive issue where we feel we get screwed as Texans fans a lot here in Austin.

Keep in mind we are IN Austin, closer to Houston than Dallas and especially Tenessee, so this is complete bull shit.

:htown2atx:

ziggy29
12-05-2011, 12:04 PM
They continue to blame the NFL for everything:

KTBC is considered a home market for the Dallas Cowboys and is subject to the NFL mandatory kickoff rules. NFL rules dictate that we must begin coverage of the Cowboys game at the scheduled kickoff time. FOX Sports is responsible for the timing of the mandatory kickoff transition. It is not under the control of the local affiliate. We apologize for not being able to provide the Austin viewers with the conclusion of the Houston Texans game.

This is BS -- they continue to deny *any* responsibility for what happened. "Home market" means nothing. "Secondary market" is what matters. There is no part of the Austin DMA which is within 75 miles of Cowboys Stadium. Therefore, Austin is NOT a secondary market for the Cowboys, and the decision to opt for mandatory pullout was ENTIRELY with the station, not forced by the NFL.

They are making this a bigger deal with their half-truths and continuing to pretend that it's all the NFL's fault, that they never had any choice along the way.

Hardcore Texan
12-05-2011, 01:30 PM
They continue to blame the NFL for everything:



This is BS -- they continue to deny *any* responsibility for what happened. "Home market" means nothing. "Secondary market" is what matters. There is no part of the Austin DMA which is within 75 miles of Cowboys Stadium. Therefore, Austin is NOT a secondary market for the Cowboys, and the decision to opt for mandatory pullout was ENTIRELY with the station, not forced by the NFL.

They are making this a bigger deal with their half-truths and continuing to pretend that it's all the NFL's fault, that they never had any choice along the way.

Yep. I posted something similiar on their FB page.

Here's something they said in one of the comments to the statement yesterday:


"KTBC is considered a home market for the Dallas Cowboys," not Austin. The statement did not imply or directly state that. Again, our sincerest apologies. We understand your outrage and will work to ensure that this situation doesn't occur again in the future.


??? :hmmm: :thinking: :smiliepalm:

to which I responded:

So....WHAT CITY DO YOU BROADCAST IN??? Where is your viewership located??? "considered a home market for the Dallas Cowboys, not Austin". WTH does that even mean?

Hardcore Texan
12-05-2011, 01:43 PM
Some loudmouth cowboy fan over there just got dealt with! :kitten:

HTown2ATX
12-05-2011, 04:22 PM
LMAO....they are STILL getting hammered and now this seems to be their only response.....

"To contact the FOX network directly call (310) 369-9111 or email askfox@fox.com"

How lame....clearly being beaten to a pulp and still clinging to their BS excuse that holds no water.

Texans_Chick
12-05-2011, 07:15 PM
Here's your answer:

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/12/05/fox-defends-decision-to-turn-off-texans-in-austin-san-antonio/ (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/12/05/fox-defends-decision-to-turn-off-texans-in-austin-san-antonio/)

National Fox decision.

Hookem Horns
12-05-2011, 07:37 PM
Still complete BS.

Honestly, let's say the tables were turned. What if the Cowboys game was the early game and they cut away right before Jason Garrett iced his own kicker to show the pregame show of the Texans game.

As a Texans and football fan I would be pissed also. I could deal missing the kick off of my favorite team to watch the last seconds of a game that I just spent 3 hours watching.

Hardcore Texan
12-05-2011, 08:36 PM
What's next? You're favorite player on your favorite team puts up a 3 to win it at the buzzer to get into the big dance and the network cut's away for a pre-game commercial. And their defense is, oh well. WTH?

HTown2ATX
12-05-2011, 09:57 PM
But it still seems like BS.....

We debunked the whole "market" argument and it was NOT 3:15....it was 3:10 (actually could have sworn it was 3:09 but I digress).

So WTF did they do this?

Answer: They either didn't think there were enough Texans fans to say anything or make enough ruckus and/or they just straight don't give a F and did it maliciously.

Stemp
12-05-2011, 10:10 PM
Fox is defending its actions saying that the 'girls bring higher ratings than the Texans (for now). It still doesn't explain how a multi-billion dollar company with millions invested in technology to the point where they can take a POV of a play and spin it around on an axis to show a different view where there isn't a camera and yet they can't seem to get their act together to show hold off switching feeds till a game is decided.

HTown2ATX
12-05-2011, 10:15 PM
Couldn't help taking another shot at FOX on their Facebook lol...

"Hey Cowboys fans......you didn't see this thanks to FOX...but Houston WON against a serious playoff team with a 3rd string QB 5th round rookie from UNC. 9-3 record with 6 wins in a row and counting. What did the team from South Oklahoma do....soil there pants against a hapless Arizona team by icing their own kicker....yeah...Go Cowboys hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha"

Showtime100
12-06-2011, 03:01 AM
My beef is really on the station. To my surprise, and granted I haven't read all on that page or others, is the Cowboys fans are actually being somewhat supportive on this matter. As I said though, I haven't read so much I can have a valid opinion on the subject.

I decided to continue to harass, though. As one poster said, as bad as the discretion was, folk get really upset when being lied to about it.

Htown, that friend request from John is me, fyi. :)

HTown2ATX
12-06-2011, 08:10 AM
My beef is really on the station. To my surprise, and granted I haven't read all on that page or others, is the Cowboys fans are actually being somewhat supportive on this matter. As I said though, I haven't read so much I can have a valid opinion on the subject.

I decided to continue to harass, though. As one poster said, as bad as the discretion was, folk get really upset when being lied to about it.

Htown, that friend request from John is me, fyi. :)

Cool man, got you on there. And I agree, there has been some Cowboy fan support (but even more of them using it to poke at Texans fans which is the normal Cowboys MO so not out of the unusual).

I realized last night though that the argument about ratings is false IMO. YOu get ratings AFTER a program is shown. Here in Austin (and I assume San Antonio as well) FOX had the double header.......so ANY football was on FOX after 3:15pm....people did not have a choice to watch something else so they therefore had a captive audience = higher ratings.

IMO, the Texans game also had PITT - CIN on CBS to compete with thereby "Ross Perot-ing" ratings away from the Texans game. Cowboys on FOX had NO competition so ANY football fans of ANY team were watching it.

I would love to see this brought up to that schmuck FOX Sports CEO guy in the PFT.com article.

Edit Seems like FOX is now just deleting posts by anyone no matter what they say about the Texans game Sunday. I saw a few on there this morning and they are all gone now no matter what they said (whether they were attacking the station or not... and my last post there which I posted here too is gone as well....ah good old Soviet Union tactics.....shut everyone up...SILENCE!).

Gave em one final shot...which I'm sure is about to be deleted....."So now.....any mention of Sunday from here on out is being deleted....nice. Gotta love the old Soviet Union tactics aye comrad?"

HTown2ATX
12-06-2011, 11:15 AM
Mike Meltser on 610 is about to discuss this subject in about 5 minutes after the break....FYI

Showtime100
12-06-2011, 11:30 AM
Mike Meltser on 610 is about to discuss this subject in about 5 minutes after the break....FYI

Dude seems pretty broken up about it. *sarcasm*

I guess since we are out-of-town fans it doesn't seem too big a deal in Houston. *actually no sacasm there*

HTown2ATX
12-06-2011, 01:00 PM
Dude seems pretty broken up about it. *sarcasm*

I guess since we are out-of-town fans it doesn't seem too big a deal in Houston. *actually no sacasm there*

Yeah, was pretty much the same song and dance. He explained that I guess commercials go along with the kickoff so that is why the borke before 3:15 which if true explains that (still BS IMO but at least that was addressed).

What was not touched though was how FOX could designate that as a "mandatory" kick off when the location of Austin to Dallas does not fit that rule. I.E....sounds like FOX just did WTF it wanted without a care in the world.

I am still not able to believe what happened.

Stemp
12-06-2011, 01:29 PM
The stations designated THEMSELVES as mandatory kickoff markets.
They basically said "Treat our feed the same as the DFW feeds".

As the Cowboys continue to slide and Houston continues to rise, you'll see a switch.
If the Texans make a big playoff run and they become more nationally known and relevant, you'll see more casual fans outside Dallas start to switch.

HTown2ATX
12-06-2011, 01:32 PM
The stations designated THEMSELVES as mandatory kickoff markets. They basically said "Treat our feed the same as the DFW feeds".

As the Cowboys continue to slide and Houston continues to rise, you'll see a switch.
If the Texans make a big playoff run and they become more nationally known and relevant, you'll see more casual fans outside Dallas start to switch.

This is my problem as it stands now.

HOW can they be able to designate themselves if they do not fall in the 75 mile radius?

Stemp
12-06-2011, 01:40 PM
This is my problem as it stands now.

HOW can they be able to designate themselves if they do not fall in the 75 mile radius?

Because it's their station and they can choose the programming.
Same as when the Austin station chose to pretend they were a TN market thanks to VY. Stations outside the secondary markets can choose to be treated anyway they want. The stations in Fresno used to opt to be treated as the Houston markets back in 2002 and 2003 after we drafted HWWNBN.

What they were originally trying to say was the the NFL forced them to make the switch, which isn't exactly true. They CHOSE to be treated as the Dallas market and thus the switch was made when it was time . The NFL didn't force anything except for the Dallas primary and secondary markets to make the switch, the other stations just went along for the ride.

HTown2ATX
12-06-2011, 01:55 PM
Ok, I think I see what you are saying.

Basically as Austin and San Antonio, etc are outside of any NFL primary or secondary markets, they can sign up week to week to be treated as a primary or secondary market by choice.

If this is the case then it starts to make a little sense just from how the system works. I still stand by this whole thing being massive bullshit though as there should be some exception to the rule (or banishment of the rule altogether) or at least a little friggin common sense when this type of situation presents itself.

The FOX affiliates made this much, much worse than it already was by lieing and hiding behind the NFL which was not applicable.

Also, the guy from PFT.com that was spouting ratings was false in his arguments too which I dismantled in an earlier post.

I realized last night though that the argument about ratings is false IMO. YOu get ratings AFTER a program is shown. Here in Austin (and I assume San Antonio as well) FOX had the double header.......so ANY football was on FOX after 3:15pm....people did not have a choice to watch something else so they therefore had a captive audience = higher ratings.

IMO, the Texans game also had PITT - CIN on CBS to compete with thereby "Ross Perot-ing" ratings away from the Texans game. Cowboys on FOX had NO competition so ANY football fans of ANY team were watching it.

I would love to see this brought up to that schmuck FOX Sports CEO guy in the PFT.com article.

Hookem Horns
12-06-2011, 01:57 PM
LOL @ how people are still responding about the Texans game within the other stories, for example ..

Story: Central Texas Reportedly saw some snow last night.

Javier Castelan: We probably would have gotten snow if myFOXaustin wouldn't have changed the game in the last 8 seconds.

Story: Roman Guadarrama Arroyo killed a 13 year old boy Luis J. Lopez Flores if you see him please contact the Austin police. Help the police and the family make him pay for his crime and bring him to justice. Thank you !

Arash Abtahi: probably pissed off that the station cut to the Cowboys game.

HTown2ATX
12-06-2011, 02:02 PM
LOL @ how people are still responding about the Texans game within the other stories, for example ..

Story: Central Texas Reportedly saw some snow last night.

Javier Castelan: We probably would have gotten snow if myFOXaustin wouldn't have changed the game in the last 8 seconds.

Story: Roman Guadarrama Arroyo killed a 13 year old boy Luis J. Lopez Flores if you see him please contact the Austin police. Help the police and the family make him pay for his crime and bring him to justice. Thank you !

Arash Abtahi: probably pissed off that the station cut to the Cowboys game.

HAHA...I have been enjoying that too....I responded in a story about a new planet yesterday haha...

conundrum
12-09-2011, 02:41 PM
according to Houston Texans facebook, they are coming to Austin and will be at Lavaca Street bar for the game on Sunday 12-3.

HTown2ATX
12-09-2011, 03:30 PM
according to Houston Texans facebook, they are coming to Austin and will be at Lavaca Street bar for the game on Sunday 12-3.

Who?

conundrum
12-09-2011, 05:34 PM
Who?

Well when the Saints played the Texans, Cheerleaders and some former players came down to Austin and signed autographs and gave out free shwag at Hooters downtown.

I am guessing it is the same situation but they will be at Lavaca St bar.

HTown2ATX
12-10-2011, 07:32 PM
Well when the Saints played the Texans, Cheerleaders and some former players came down to Austin and signed autographs and gave out free shwag at Hooters downtown.

I am guessing it is the same situation but they will be at Lavaca St bar.

Will be there plus my friend John from last time at CI....