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33rd St. weekend service returns today:
https://www.nj.com/t...rvice_retu.html


Weekend WTC service cuts during next season:
https://www.nj.com/t...ice_on_ano.html

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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good energetic crowd last night.  definitely not close to being a sellout though.  39 degrees at kickoff probably contributed to that.

 

i wonder what our Thurs night 7pm (!!!) game against atlanta will hold in store....



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good ... crowd last night.  definitely not close to being a sellout ... 39 degrees at kickoff probably contributed

Combined with 7:30 PM game time, kickoff 7:55, and a goal down from the first leg. Still, lower bowl full (10k) & upstairs half-full (7,500) means close to a legit 18k.
Of course, ATL had >70,000 v. BoyCity.

i wonder what our Thurs night 7pm (!!!) game against atlanta will hold in store....


First leg result & weather forecast will also affect.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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good energetic crowd last night.  definitely not close to being a sellout though.  39 degrees at kickoff probably contributed to that.

 

i wonder what our Thurs night 7pm (!!!) game against atlanta will hold in store....

It sounded phenomenal on TV, as good as I can ever remember. 



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It sounded phenomenal on TV, as good as I can ever remember. 

I'll second this, it was really good.  There have been a couple of others (maybe the first boy city game at home) that were like this, but it was definitely up there. 


Don't blame me, I voted for Kodos.


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I'll second this, it was really good.  There have been a couple of others (maybe the first boy city game at home) that were like this, but it was definitely up there. 

This was the first big game I wasn't able to attend in many, many years, so I was even more gutted not to be there with how great it sounded. 



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It sounded phenomenal on TV, as good as I can ever remember. 

I was at the game and the crowd fet energtic, but I was still surprised, when I watched the highlights, how well that translated to tv.

I watched highlights of all three matches on Sunday and I thought RBA sounded the loudest, despite what was probably the smallest crowd.




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