Students: Open attendance for tonight's game

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Feb 25, 2008
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I remember the "good old days" when the above could be done on the south side of stadium by folding up/down the seats... and you could see into the stadium. :)
 

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I-35 (at least from the Covell exit) and 51 into Stillwater are clear. Getting out of your neighborborhood will probably be the worst part.
 
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I-35 (at least from the Covell exit) and 51 into Stillwater are clear. Getting out of your neighborborhood will probably be the worst part.
Thanks!! Sounds like it could be a fun game. Students out all day gives them plenty of time to get....uh....fired up! We're driving a 4WD so hopefully will be fine. Probably have to sleep through work tomorrow. I'm old....it will be late getting in and way past my bedtime. :D
 
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My CA kid who is freezing her proverbial butt off this winter will be there with bells on (just like she has every game this season). Her vocabulary has grown quite a bit this winter: black ice, salt for the roads (not for margaritas), wind chill, snow days. She said if a big baby like her can go out into the elements so should her fellow students especially for the seniors.
 

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We just had another little earthquake about 5 minutes ago. With snow, sleet high wind, and earthquakes, why would we worry about a few purple kansanians?
 
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My CA kid who is freezing her proverbial butt off this winter will be there with bells on (just like she has every game this season). Her vocabulary has grown quite a bit this winter: black ice, salt for the roads (not for margaritas), wind chill, snow days. She said if a big baby like her can go out into the elements so should her fellow students especially for the seniors.