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Unfortunately, they have me in a "white" seat when the only Indiana stuff I have is "red".

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would tom crean wear the red and white blazer like bob knight did in the 1970's

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would tom crean wear the plaid red and white blazer like bob knight did in the 1970's

It's a "Stripe-Out" not a "Plaid-Out". :rolleyes:

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would tom crean wear the red and white blazer like bob knight did in the 1970's

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would tom crean wear the red and white blazer like bob knight did in the 1970's

So now, like your concepts, you're simply copying and pasting your previous posts without adding anything new?

So glad to know the real you. I feel like we've gotten so much closer today. <_<

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would tom crean wear the red and white blazer like bob knight did in the 1970's

So now, like your concepts, you're simply copying and pasting your previous posts without adding anything new?

So glad to know the real you. I feel like we've gotten so much closer today. <_<

what are you takling about

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would tom crean wear the red and white blazer like bob knight did in the 1970's

So now, like your concepts, you're simply copying and pasting your previous posts without adding anything new?

So glad to know the real you. I feel like we've gotten so much closer today. <_<

what are you takling about

Look a few posts up. You quote your own post, but that's it. You add no replay, just leave it blank. Not to mention, why are you quoting your own post anyway?

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The average intelligence of the CCSLC member is falling everyday. A shame.

This "Stripe-Out" is a decent twist on this whole "X-Out" phenomenom. I'm sufficantly intrigued.

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Seating chart.

And I assume that Crean will wear his normal suit. It hides spittle and diet coke stains better, and doubles as a funeral suit if his head indeed explodes from the intensity he exudes.

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That reminds me, I could use a haircut.

I have the sudden urge to bust out singing a harmony with 3 other guys.

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I have the sudden urge to bust out singing a harmony with 3 other guys.
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Baby on board, how I adore,

That sign on my car's windowpane.

Bounce in my step,

Loaded with pep,

Cause I'm driving in the carpool lane.

Call me a square,

Friend, I don't care.

That little yellow sign can't be ignored.

I'm telling you it's mighty nice,

Each trip's a trip to paradise,

With my baby on board!

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I had no idea how big of a deal those stripped pants were until I actually went to a game. Those were everywhere on the fans. I was surprised. I knew the team wore them and that you could buy them, just didn't know that many people did it.

And yes...Tennessee wins. But in reality...its not that impressive. They just hand out shirts at the game. Its not like people showed up wearing the right colors. Now THAT would be impressive.

This is kinda cool:

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I remember Illinois did that too in the student sections for a few games last season.

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i think the Cleveland Cavaliers did something similar last year during the playoffs, with alternating red and blue sections? Not 100% sure but i'll try to find a pic.

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This is extra-awesome. After all, Indiana is the home of those legendary striped warmup pants, and these pay a fitting tribute.

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