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Old 11-28-2011, 07:19 AM  
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**** OFFICIAL 2012 Kansas Football Repository Thread ****

New Coach, New year, new thread.

Sat, Sept. 1 SDSU at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Sept. 8 Rice at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS FSN at 2:30p.m. CT Fox Sports Net

Sat, Sept. 15 TCU at Kansas Memorial Stadium
Lawrence, KS at 11:00a.m. CT FX

Sat, Sept. 22 Kansas at No. Illinois
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Sat, Oct. 6 Kansas at Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Stadium
Manhattan, KS

Sat, Oct. 13 Okla. St. at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 20 Kansas at Oklahoma Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Oct. 27 Texas at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Nov. 3 Kansas at Baylor Floyd Casey Stadium
Waco, TX

Sat, Nov. 10 Kansas at TT Jones AT&T Stadium
Lubbock, TX

Sat, Nov. 17 Iowa State at Kansas Memorial Stadium
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Sat, Dec. 1 Kansas at West Virginia
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:50 PM   #2281
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Let's not pretend that MU fills any stadium not located in Columbia, MO.
That's not the point. KU can't fill a track and field stadium much less bring more than a few dozen fans to Arrowhead, yet we are supposed to believe that KC is some hardcore Beaker football town that can't get enough. Riiiight.

Like it or not, bringing premier football teams and the best football conference by far is going to be huge for the region.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:53 PM   #2282
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Let's not pretend that ku fills any stadiums anywhere. MU has sold more than enough tickets in CoMo and Arrowhead. Not sure why Wickedson and Co. seem to have an issue with Mizzou's ticket sales.

Eh. As I've said from the beginning, ticket sales - for any sport college or pro - directly reflect the product on the field. It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that KU tickets sales were horrid this year.

It's called logic. Shitty team = shitty ticket sales.....Good team = good ticket sales.

And, like I just said, MU does a good job of filling up the stadium in Columbia. Anywhere else, not so much.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:55 PM   #2283
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That's not the point. KU can't fill a track and field stadium much less bring more than a few dozen fans to Arrowhead, yet we are supposed to believe that KC is some hardcore Beaker football town that can't get enough. Riiiight.

Like it or not, bringing premier football teams and the best football conference by far is going to be huge for the region.
I won't say it that it will not happen, but I don't see Florida/Alabama playing MU in KC....not in football anyway.


Edit: Possibly Arkansas though. I could see that one.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:56 PM   #2284
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Eh. As I've said from the beginning, ticket sales - for any sport college or pro - directly reflect the product on the field. It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that KU tickets sales were horrid this year.

It's called logic. Shitty team = shitty ticket sales.....Good team = good ticket sales.

And, like I just said, MU does a good job of filling up the stadium in Columbia. Anywhere else, not so much.
Fortunately, our stadium is in Columbia.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:57 PM   #2285
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Fortunately, our stadium is in Columbia.
Yes. Home games will still do well.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:57 PM   #2286
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I won't say it that it will not happen, but I don't see Florida/Alabama playing MU in KC....not in football anyway.


Edit: Possibly Arkansas though. I could see that one.
I will say it. It's not going to happen. That doesn't mean that there won't be a noncon game there. It's just not going to be a huge name.
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:58 PM   #2287
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Eh. As I've said from the beginning, ticket sales - for any sport college or pro - directly reflect the product on the field. It shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that KU tickets sales were horrid this year.

It's called logic. Shitty team = shitty ticket sales.....Good team = good ticket sales.

And, like I just said, MU does a good job of filling up the stadium in Columbia. Anywhere else, not so much.
I think Mizzou has shown it has had no problems selling tickets in KC or STL. It is not Mizzou's fault that ku fans failed to show up at Arrowhead. Of the tickets sold for the last border war there...85-90% were bought by MU fans. You cannot blame MU for empty seats at Arrowhead.
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Old 01-22-2012, 01:00 PM   #2288
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That's not the point. KU can't fill a track and field stadium much less bring more than a few dozen fans to Arrowhead, yet we are supposed to believe that KC is some hardcore Beaker football town that can't get enough. Riiiight.

Like it or not, bringing premier football teams and the best football conference by far is going to be huge for the region.

KC is an MU, KU, and KSU town. Many fans of all three schools, no one gets to claim KC. KU football support is really low right now, they are god awful. The 2007 game at Arrowhead had over 80,000 people there.
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Old 01-22-2012, 01:01 PM   #2289
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I think Mizzou has shown it has had no problems selling tickets in KC or STL. It is not Mizzou's fault that ku fans failed to show up at Arrowhead. Of the tickets sold for the last border war there...85-90% were bought by MU fans. You cannot blame MU for empty seats at Arrowhead.
I agree. No KU fan wanted to watch KU play. I know you understand that. If MU were as horrible as KU were last year, can you say that MU fans would have still paid all the money, parking, etc. to go watch that game? I don't think so.

I really don't know, what was the attendance for the KU/MU game in KC?
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KC is an MU, KU, and KSU town. Many fans of all three schools, no one gets to claim KC. KU football support is really low right now, they are god awful. The 2007 game at Arrowhead had over 80,000 people there.
Fair enough.
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KC is an MU, KU, and KSU town. Many fans of all three schools, no one gets to claim KC. KU football support is really low right now, they are god awful. The 2007 game at Arrowhead had over 80,000 people there.
KSU is really a fringe team in KC. It's KU and MU. From there, it's a pretty big gap between those two and KSU and Nebraska.
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It'll be different. They said they'll make it work (radio wise) but when they do a MU segment and it has no barring on anything local, and they know half, or more of their listeners are tuning out, how does that work. I guess like like when KK does a cooking segment.
You're insane.

I'm a KSU guy, but if the Tide comes to COMO next season, and I'm in KC at the time, I'm going to find my way to that game. And there will be plenty of radio coverage of MU/SEC and it will be just as popular as when they were MU/Big XII.

To think otherwise is ridiculous.
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KSU is really a fringe team in KC. It's KU and MU. From there, it's a pretty big gap between those two and KSU and Nebraska.
Fringe? Maybe a little more than fringe. Definitely 3rd by a good margin. Cat fans pack the place pretty well for Bball and did a decent job getting good crowds for Farmageddon.
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Fringe? Maybe a little more than fringe. Definitely 3rd by a good margin. Cat fans pack the place pretty well for Bball and did a decent job getting good crowds for Farmageddon.
Fringe might be underselling KSU. I'm just saying they KSU can barely be considered a KC team. They have a following, but you don't see purple gear everywhere.
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That's not the point. KU can't fill a track and field stadium much less bring more than a few dozen fans to Arrowhead, yet we are supposed to believe that KC is some hardcore Beaker football town that can't get enough. Riiiight.

Like it or not, bringing premier football teams and the best football conference by far is going to be huge for the region.
Once again we have MUrons trolling our thread and posting bullshit about KU. You don't have a clue what you're talking about. KU was filling that stadium when they were good. Of course they don't sell as many tix when they're bad. That's the nature of sports. You can't say that MU would fill their stadium if they were bad like Turner Gill's teams. Get a ****ing clue.
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