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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by Marianna-FL_Gator, Feb 16, 2016.
Could be. Just got this call while Chattering on the PF a few minutes ago. Did not answer.
You should have answered: GFY.
Busy with your half-sister.
Yeah, but theirs has drop ceiling panels & astroturf carpet.
In early Feb, the UAA messaged that the slab would be down by 3/15 and steel would start going up immediately after that. Any steel in sight?
So a project that’s already 5+ years behind original schedule, and you expect them to keep their word within 3 days of this newly announced target? I’m guessing we mistakenly took the wrong side of what was supposed to be a lumber hedge and are now in an even greater hole. It’s been amateur hour for years at this point. I’d say check back in the fall.
So, that's a no?
Technically no. But we have our best team of engineers on it first thing tomorrow.
You guys don't get the long term strategy. Remember, sooner rather than later there's going to be the need for a major stadium upgrade. Reduce the fan base and attendance by two thirds. Build a tiny high school stadium with bleacher seats.
If you know much about YL, he’s an ultra optimistic guy and seemed super excited about news concerning the facility. I didn’t want to rain on his excitement
We joining the Ivy League with Cornell per Fuchs. Facility cancelled!
Smart. Fuchs is looking at that Asians above replacement stat and thinking we're about to rock the house.
Alabama BUILT an 80 million dollar expansion, larger than our entire mythical facility, between Apr and Aug 2020. Six years later we finally poured a tiny portion of the slab, and UAa wants a pat on the back.
The funny thing is - the UAA didn't even post this. The contractor did. What a joke!
I know those guys...they won't be there tomorrow. I can personally confirm this.
UAA knows better. I pity the intern that has to be the whipping boy running that Twitter account.
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