/ Kansas vs Texas
February 27, 2009
By Jesse Newell & Tom Keegan
Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan and KUSports.com online editor Jesse Newell take a look at what to expect during Sunday's Kansas vs. Missouri game at Allen Fieldhouse.
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At CBSSports.com a Missou fan is claiming that KU won't allow Missou to practice at Allen before the game. Do you have any info about that??? I thought the league mandated that visiting teams be allowed to practice in the game facility, barring extreme circumstances....
He claimed that he 'read' it somewhere. Any help????
I can't imagine not letting the opposing team in to practice, and I'm absolutely certain that if it WAS true, it would be all over the news in Columbia. After browsing through a VERY detailed run down of Sunday's game on msutigers.cstv.com , I don't see a word about it, so I am pretty sure the guy is full of it, or his source is.
kvskubball — I haven't heard anything about that, but it would surprise me quite a bit. Earlier this year, I was there when Tennessee practiced at Allen, so I'm not sure why this game would be any different.
The mizzou fan also heard we have something called "running water," and "electricity."
Is there a way to watch this game on the internet? Please help!
kustrong: try justin.tv. I watched part of the OU game there. I'm also watchin OU TTech right now, as we speak. If you don't have a super fast connection (it is live, streaming TV), try KLZR.org or KHJK.org to listen on the radio.
To paraphrase Joseph Ellis citing Thomas Jefferson referencing Denis Diderot ( = Diderot's original quote): I dream of the day that (Man shall not be free until) the last Tiger (king) is strangled with the entrails of the last Wildcat (priest).
Yes, they will be allowed to practice.. they just won't have any balls!!!
[Take this on whatever level you wish. ;] ]
Thanks JNewell, et.al.,
I was sure the guy was blowing smoke from his rear pipes, but I wanted to check with a reliable source....
Thank you Mandomax.
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