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Big Lubowski

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  1. Downtown Grand Forks

    You never answered my question. Any info about businesses lobbying for the change? Grand Forks planning decisions usually come from the bureaucrats in city hall. Not a downtown business owner, but weary of people blaming them for stuff our government does.
  2. Downtown Grand Forks

    Did you see anything about business owners lobbying for this? Yeah, they’re always getting something for free.
  3. 2017-18 Season

    This guy...doesn't have a freaking clue. Team looked bad tonight. No scorers except Klabo.
  4. 2017-18 Season

    So your “logic” is still: if they didn’t do it last year, they can’t do it this year. Glad you’re not Brew. I’m sure he doesn’t think that way, or any other coach, for that matter. Theyre 5-0 at home. Unless you were at the away games, all you’ve seen in person were wins. They can make up for the two close conference road losses when they get Idaho and EWU at home. They’re going to get better. They have been fun to watch.
  5. 2017-18 Season

    So, if they didn’t last year, they can’t this year? Not following your “logic.” They’ve got 3 excellent players, Klabo, Freije, and Morton. They’ve got 4 that might be good by the end of the year: Moton, Dooley, Dailey, and Reinke. Dooley is the big wild card. If she blossoms, it would solve our height shortage and give us another great competitor. I think they’ll be fun to watch—-already are.
  6. 2017-18 Season

    Brew always starts slow and gets better as the ladies learn the system. They’ll win the conference tourney.
  7. COMMITTED Sioux Recruits

    You missed my implication. SU and Gopher fans don't want to hear about any other programs, as if those programs don't have a right to exist. Thats how some on here are sounding. Not being dramatic. However you're being Jackassian, as Barreiro would say. Now back to committed recruits...'
  8. COMMITTED Sioux Recruits

    There are a lot of posters on here that are sounding like the Gopher & Bison fans we love to hate. Other programs have a right to exist. Other programs can be as good as, or better than, UND in any given year. Other programs have even gotten recruits that we would have liked to have had, or that we whiffed on, i.e. Lizzotte from GFRR. They also have a right to be proud of their programs. Other programs, SCSU, since we've been denigrating them, are better than, and more highly rated than UND right now. We hope to catch and pass them before the year is over, but we are where we are. Sheesh.
  9. 2017-18 Season

    I would have to respectfully disagree on most counts. I think the Bison are decent. Jacobsen, their pg, played very well as did several others. They have several big girls that are good and going to get better. They’re very young, almost all freshmen and sophomores. I’d say their new coach has recruited well and they will be very tough to beat next year. They weren’t easy this year—-game was tied at the end of three quarters. As for excitement, while it wasn’t Roebuck vs Ruley, both teams played hard and the crowd was into the game. Very fun game to watch.
  10. NORTH DAKOTA vs. Minnesota

    Speedway is free
  11. Gameday: F'N Hawks vs Bobcats

    There is no energy in this building. Biggest crowd noise was for the "helmet shuffle."
  12. UND Fan Experience @ Utah

    There could be worse fates. Suffice it to say that, unlike our friends to the south, when there's a football game going on in SLC, all the talent isn't on the field. (As a certain ESPN announcer so appropriately said a few years back about SU.)
  13. UND Fan Experience @ Utah

    SLC was beautiful. Rice-Eccles was an amazing stadium, with an incredible view. Downtown very cool. Most lasting impression tho? SLC has the most beautiful women in the country, bar none. (Ok, wasn't watching the game all the time.) Send your boys to school there!
  14. UND to cut women's hockey

    If we're concerned about "equality," why don't we talk real equality? Why don't we eliminate "men's" and "women's" sports and just have sports. We could get rid of Title IX completely and athletes like the Twins could make NHL salaries, not the "pittance" they're getting now. Or could they? Would that be unfair? Or by having women's sports the way they are now, do we just essentially have affirmative action for women? I know I will be labeled a sexist for these remarks, but we only have "equality" now in the ways the Twins, and others like them, want it. They want "equal" pay, which, as has been pointed out, is actually far more than equal, for playing a sport that has no fans; for playing a sport that raises no revenue; and for playing a sport that a high school male player could dominate. I'll go back to my cave now.
  15. RIP Beer Grandma

    Agree 100% Only someone in the ivory tower with a jaundiced view of the world, like Kelley, would have seen that as anything but a positive.