That's a glorified high school stadium...bring them to ND...they can put
80,000 in there.   

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I thought West Lafayette (Purdue) would be a good place for the game, based
on the teams.  Stadium may be a little small, but it is in the right place.

David E. Smith wrote:
> Rick Harnish wrote:
>   
>> Go Colts!  Wow what a game.  Finally Superbowl Bound!
>>     
>
> I'll never understand how this works. We have a team from Indy and a 
> team from Chicago...
>
> ... playing in Florida.
>
> I very much prefer the Major League Baseball (and NBA, and NHL, and 
> basically every major sport that isn't American football) way of doing 
> things, where you play the game in one of the two teams' stadiums. 
> Since the Super Bowl is a single game, not a series, there'd be some 
> contention over which stadium to play in, but at least it'd make more
sense.
>
> David Smith
> MVN.net
>   

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