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Old 07-12-2004   #1
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Hey, I just wanted to let everyone know that if you want to see some exciting football at a fair price, come out and support the local UH Coogs!

This year should be more exciting than ever with the unexplainable high powered offense and the excitement surrounding star QB Kevin Kolb!

We are playing two games at Reliant: Sunday Sept 5 vs. cross-town rival Rice (4pm), and Thursday Sept 23 vs. Nat'l Champ contender U of Miami, Fl. (6:30pm).

So come out and bring the kids for some exciting and affordable football action.

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You know me Mike, I'll be at all the games.

GO COOGS!!
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I get enough live games with my season tickets to the Horns. I did make it out to the UH/TCU game last year. I think they are still trying to tally the score from that one.
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I'm with ya Mike. UH Home games are nothing but a blast to go to. Last season I went to the TCU game and UAB game, and I had a lot of fun. I am for sure going to more games this season though.

I'm looking forward to seeing Kolb terrorize defenses this season, after getting a year under his belt he should be improved.
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