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  1. Default A child at the grown-ups table.

    Go read the comments on this article. It's sensible and respectable until the anonymous Georgia State fan shows up.

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    Wow. Those guys just can't engage in civil discussions.

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    I have never seen a more jealous fanbase...sad.

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    It won't end until we play head to head. and then it still won't end, they just will know we will beat them horribly.

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    I don't get the comments about accessibility. Unless Sunbelt teams begin to fly Airbus 380's you have a great airport 30 mins away from the boro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsuwinsudont View Post
    I don't get the comments about accessibility. Unless Sunbelt teams begin to fly Airbus 380's you have a great airport 30 mins away from the boro.
    SAV has got to be the easiest airport in the world to get in and out of. ATL is a mess.
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    I suppose you guys expect us to draw 1000 a game and go 2 and 9 and slip quietly into the night

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    SAV has got to be the easiest airport in the world to get in and out of. ATL is a mess.
    This is exactly what I was thinking! Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport has to be one of the nicest most convenient in and outs in the country. I'd be curious of the difference in the time it would take to land, unload and depart the airport and arrive at Paulson v/s anything in or near Atlanta. No comparison and completely unpredictable!

    Savannah / Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) Information
    (Savannah, Georgia - GA, USA)

    Savannah Hilton Head International Airport is a busy hub, with most airlines flying to and from domestic locations, connecting many worldwide cities and capitals. Each year, the airport handles more than 1.5 million passengers and serves the Greater Savannah Region of Georgia.

    The airport boasts a long and interesting history, with early flights to New York and Miami commencing all the way back in 1929. For several years before the first terminal building was built, passengers simply waited in an old trolley car. Today, things couldn't be more different and in the 1990s, a huge renovation project saw an investment of just under $70 million, when the present-day terminal was opened, complete with eight gates, which can be expanded to 19 gates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldyeller View Post
    This is exactly what I was thinking! Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport has to be one of the nicest most convenient in and outs in the country. I'd be curious of the difference in the time it would take to land, unload and depart the airport and arrive at Paulson v/s anything in or near Atlanta. No comparison and completely unpredictable!
    Coming back from Fargo, with the buses meeting us at the airplane and the police escort, it couldn't have been much more than 45 minutes to Statesboro.
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    I like how "atlanta_mafia" is logging in with a Yahoo account to hide who he is although everyone else is linking their Facebook.

    Someone is trying to hide.

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    You can't find the exit in 45 minutes at Hartsfield. This for a significant reason not to extend to GSU and Appy is, whether intentional or not, hyperbole. The article is laced with " I really hope Sun Belt Conference people like me. Sort of lends itself to the argument, do you find an opportunity that represents a niddle in a hey stack or someone who can clearly brand themselves with an indentity folks want to indentify with. Would you rather take a one hour drive through the mountains to Boone or one hour nightmare through Atlanta? In my mind it is a mistake to think that because the team is located in Atlanta that the numbers will be there and the program will become a success. People are from GEORGIA first. Why else would the great majority of our student body come from the Atlanta area. I'd be curious to know the make up of states student body. The articles is obviously some obscure writters attempt to get noticed in the hey stack. Good luck with that. This media market approach stinks and is draining college football of it's greatest potential. I'm much happier being the tortoise in the race. We certainly intend to finish and finish we will, WELL!

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