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Nope, play them at Arrowhead. We don't need the traffic or headaches here!!
Why don't you move to Baldwin then? Oh, wait, then you would have to deal with Maple Leaf traffic once per year.
Home and Home; it's the only way to fly.
In KU's 12-1 Orange Bowl season, the only loss was to Missouri. That was the first game the two teams played in Arrowhead. I will always believe that the Jayhawks would have beaten Missouri (and played for the National Championship) had the game been played as originally scheduled -- in KU's Memorial Stadium. KU was undefeated going into that game, and would have had home field advantage if the traditional scheduling format had been used.
Oh, and Lawrence businesses would have made quite a lot of money had that KU/MU game been played here. A lot of money.
The Jayhawkers would still have had to play OU in the Big 12 championship game to reach a MNC game. Very hard to believe KU beats OU in '07, but believe it if you want to, Joe.
Good point, Fuzzy; I totally forgot about the conference championship game. That would have been a tough one to win, playing Oklahoma. Still, after dropping more than 70 points on Nebraska that year it's doubtful KU would have been intimidated. OU would have had to contend with a great KU defense, with Todd Reesing, and with KU's arsenal of great receivers and running backs.
So they want to leave for the SEC & thumb their noses at the Big 12 & our rivalry, but when the dollar signs are knocking they conveniently forget that fact? Dont give in & play at Arrowhead, in fact, dont give in & play them at all. God dang Mizzourah!
I agree with this editorial. However, I haven't once seen Nebraska publically state they desire to still have athletic contests with Kansas. Missou is the one that keeps bringing up this issue. Rockchalk
I don't believe the author fully understand why someone at MU would be pushing for this game again. They don't have some soft spot for taking care of the businesses in their home state. They want the exposure in KC so that they can continue to make the case to any good football recruits that they have a strong presence in KC. It is no different why we would agree to play Rice at Rice. We want to be seen playing in Texas and have all of the recruits down there get to see us playing there.
"We want to be seen playing in Texas and have all of the recruits down there get to see us playing there."
Be sure to update us how that theory works out, please. That particular "recruiting trip" might be more beneficial to Rice than KU.
WRONG The only way to play Mizzou is for all of the games to be played in Lawrence until as many are played as were played in Missouri. Why should we give all of the tax money etc to Missouri which then finds its way back to the Tigers?
If we do business in KCMO how can we say no?
Missouri is the crazy ex that won't stop calling.
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