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  • Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

    I live in SF and a UML fan. I can get a free red-eye flight land Fri morning and leave on Sunday after noon with time catch both rounds. What do you think?
    1. Yes
    2. No
    15
    Yes
    93.33%
    14
    No
    6.67%
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  • #2
    Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

    Originally posted by fffernan View Post
    I live in SF and a UML fan. I can get a free red-eye flight land Fri morning and leave on Sunday after noon with time catch both rounds. What do you think?
    1. Yes
    2. No
    Both flights for free? If you have a place to stay and don't have to worry about a car I'd say go right ahead. Honestly, the thing stopping me is I plan on being there through the NCAA run and hotel and other expenses will pile up. I don't want to go the whole nine yards with boston.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by fffernan View Post
      I live in SF and a UML fan. I can get a free red-eye flight land Fri morning and leave on Sunday after noon with time catch both rounds. What do you think?
      1. Yes
      2. No
      Get your *** here! The River Hawks need you!!!

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      • #4
        Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

        Frank, this might be the dumbest question evah! Of course the answer is yes!
        Monty

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        • #5
          Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

          I want to know why this is even a question!

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          • #6
            Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

            you know it is on tv? right?
            a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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            • #7
              Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

              Originally posted by Patman View Post
              Both flights for free? If you have a place to stay and don't have to worry about a car I'd say go right ahead. Honestly, the thing stopping me is I plan on being there through the NCAA run and hotel and other expenses will pile up. I don't want to go the whole nine yards with boston.
              hotel?

              the chiefs will probably be in prov or manchvegas after winning hea (), so you can stay in fburg. after they win the regional you can stay at home and see the games in pitt (4hr drive max!) since they ain't back to back nights.

              cheapo!
              a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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              • #8
                Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

                Originally posted by leswp1 View Post
                I want to know why this is even a question!
                Me too. Unless Folin's parents are coming (or the missing Russian), this would probably be the furthest a UML fan is coming from to get to the HE tournament.
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                • #9
                  Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

                  Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
                  hotel?

                  the chiefs will probably be in prov or manchvegas after winning hea (), so you can stay in fburg. after they win the regional you can stay at home and see the games in pitt (4hr drive max!) since they ain't back to back nights.

                  cheapo!
                  That would be the plan... have to win the league first No biggie, right?

                  edit: If we go to pittsburgh I'm staying in Pittsburgh... no car for starters... second, the hell I'm driving 8 hours in a day.
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                  Jerseys I would like to have:
                  Skating Friar Jersey
                  AIC Yellowjacket Jersey w/ Yellowjacket logo on front
                  UAF Jersey w/ Polar Bear on Front
                  Army Black Knight logo jersey


                  NCAA Men's Division 1 Simulation Primer

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                  • #10
                    Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

                    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
                    hotel?

                    the chiefs will probably be in prov or manchvegas after winning hea (), so you can stay in fburg. after they win the regional you can stay at home and see the games in pitt (4hr drive max!) since they ain't back to back nights.

                    cheapo!
                    Little chance of UML going to Manchester with UNH and BC there.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

                      Originally posted by Mowers10 View Post
                      Little chance of UML going to Manchester with UNH and BC there.
                      Jason Moy has corrected me. UML could bump BC out of Manchester by winning Saturday night. QU is going to Providence. Minnesota has one of the western #1s locked up........so either Miami takes the last one, or BC does, in which case they probably head west. I would welcome this switch. If BC falls to a 2 seed, they probably end up Providence; they couldn't go to Manchester.
                      AKA Boguniecki 33 on the road, except at UMass Amherst, and Magness Arena, where I can't get enough of Mowers, Mowers, you s**k!

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                      • #12
                        Re: Should I Fly 3200 Miles to see HEA Championship?

                        Originally posted by Mowers10 View Post
                        Little chance of UML going to Manchester with UNH and BC there.
                        reeeeeeeeaaaaaaaallllllllly
                        a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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