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Old 08-01-2013   #1
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I like the Wyoming endzones.

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Actually watched an Eastern Washington game on TV once and was surprised the red carpet was a whole lot easier on the eyes than watching a Boise game on the blue turf.
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Actually watched an Eastern Washington game on TV once and was surprised the red carpet was a whole lot easier on the eyes than watching a Boise game on the blue turf.
That blue field at Boise literally makes me nauseous. I can't watch a game being played there.
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In high school New Braunfels Canyon has red turf and I guess (from the article) Hildago has blue




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I'm not against the changes per se - it does taking a bit of getting used to.

The differently designed endzones however (well, at least Wyoming's) are freaking cool.
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Yeah, I noticed that, too.
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I'm not against the changes per se - it does taking a bit of getting used to.

The differently designed endzones however (well, at least Wyoming's) are freaking cool.
I like the Wyoming end zone.
For some reason, I can't stand the checkerboard orange/white at Tennessee.
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