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    Quote Originally Posted by GATA28 View Post
    CFO (I believe) is a Georgia Southern alum. Just shoot him an email and see if he'll comp any bag fees!
    The guy who was there has left but was the CAO a few years ago. I don't think (totally guessing) that he was replaced by a GS guy.

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    Does anyone know where the GSU fans will be sitting? UMass just opened up ticket sales to the game and I'm thinking about going but I don't know where to sit.

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    Landing at Logan is a pleasure unto itself. Like a root canal during a tax audit kind of pleasure. Then you get Boston traffic. Word of caution - that emergency lane on the right hand side? Yeah, they use that. To pass you. And it's legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GATA28 View Post
    No Eagle Fan Bus for this one?
    eagle fan bus only going to Auburn app state and coastal this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaSouFan6 View Post
    Does anyone know where the GSU fans will be sitting? UMass just opened up ticket sales to the game and I'm thinking about going but I don't know where to sit.
    I am going to buy 40-50 yard line tickets behind our bench. I don't care about sitting around other fans in the corner of the endzone.
    No longer eating crow for saying "The TO is gone get over it!!"

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    Hartford Ct is closer to Amherst than Boston. Try tickets to there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankeeeagle View Post
    Hartford Ct is closer to Amherst than Boston. Try tickets to there.
    I am speaking for myself when I say there is more to see/do in Boston, than there is in Hartford, CT. I have a feeling that is what will draw more people to that game, is to sight see Boston. Been about 17 years since I was in Hardford and it was a work trip, so I didn't get to see much.
    No longer eating crow for saying "The TO is gone get over it!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1peatfor7 View Post
    I am speaking for myself when I say there is more to see/do in Boston, than there is in Hartford, CT. I have a feeling that is what will draw more people to that game, is to sight see Boston. Been about 17 years since I was in Hardford and it was a work trip, so I didn't get to see much.
    Hartford isn't a terrible city but it is a little smaller than Buckhead. Much more to do and see in Boston for sure.

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    Northampton is a cool "hippy" town if you want to see a polar opposite of the Boro.

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    Savannah to Boston now in the $260 plus range

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