Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by aj., Mar 25, 2006.
'Lucas Oil Stadium' anyone?
FYI, I sell Lucas products and everyone of them are excellent. The fuel injector cleaner, transmission treatment, and engine oil stabilizer are the top movers and rightfully so. They do work. Get them at your local NAPA store.
and I recommend this Lucas product. I actually thought it was that company getting a stadium name at first.
What be that stuff MT? Looks like possibly some chili-lime seasoning of sorts. Some of the guys and gals at the store I manage have some that is pretty good on strawberrys or just about anything you put it on. Different taste, but I'm one that'll dunk a glazed donut in spicy hot salsa and eat it. Ummmmmm!
that lemon salt is also more corrosive than battery acid. seriously. they did a report on it on a news station out of San Antonio a few months back. It was a bit eye opening at just how corrosive and detrimental to teeth that stuff is.
I saw the article on a Colts site awhile back on the Lucas Oil stadium. It will be a bit wierd actually, but their last stadium was the RCA dome, so corporate sponsored fields isn't something new for the Colts. I would think that a team called Texans could play pretty well on an OIL Field.
I've also heard very good things about Lucas automotive products in general. Maybe this won't be one of those, name a field and file bankruptcy cases.
Coke isn't exactly liquid toothpaste.
just for once I'd like to see a club go historic on the stadium name. Other then Soldier field and Lambeau what's left?....
I can think of a few.
Titans...isn't it called the Coliseum or something like that?
Giants...don't they call it Giants Stadium..
Browns...I think it's called Paul Brown Field or Stadium.
Lucas makes my beer taste better!
I thought that was an urban myth
The Bengals play in Paul Brown Stadium. The Browns play in Cleveland Browns Stadium.
And the Dolphins play in Dolphins Stadium.
The Cards played in Sun Devil Stadium.
Brother..am I lame. I thought the Dolphins played at the Orange Bowl.
I knew though there were plenty of stadiums with "regular" names and not corporate names.
& your blood pressure shoot up!
Any beer that needs that stuff is just p*ss in a bottle.... drink a true beer like Shiner!
I used to polute my liver with that stuff all the time... plus it a10 Corona's to 5 Shiner ratio.
I'm looking forward to playing in the new stadium. Maybe the Texans will beat the Colts in Indy for the first time.
Used to be Adelphia (as in communications co.) Coliseum, now it's called LP Field. (As in Louisiana-Pacific)
Losers Paradise is what I thought it meant
No they play in a ballpark named after an online college .. Phoenix something or other.
Maybe it's just me, but the seating structure reminds me a little bit of Reliant.
I'll buy that!!
Not just you, I thought the same thing. I wonder what the roof policy will be?
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