I went to Cy's lockerroom last week to get a new gold shirt, figuring they would have some on account of the game. Hardly had any, aside from a couple short-sleeved t-shirts. Only 1 kind of long-sleeved t-shirt that was ugly. Walked out empty handed.
That is how you move merchandise at season end.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
I didn't mean anything by it, no reason to get fired up. Perhaps I should have chosen my words more carefully. I simply meant that most people would think cardinal is our main color. When Cy's lockerroom (or the bookstore, etc) orders, I bet they carry and sell more cardinal than gold. Unbunch your panties.
You started getting all fired up when you were saying how the AD was setting it up for failure by doing gold instead of cardinal. I'll give you that there is more cardinal gear out there but there is still plenty of gold out there to be had and it isn't too much to ask for people to wear it to support the team.
I could have told you to unbunch your panties after your post, but I instead just rebutted your post that contained erroneous information.
I'm still floored that people call themselves Cyclone fans and don't have a single gold shirt in their wardrobe. This is not the first nor will it be the last time the AD calls a game a gold game. You'd think that people would try to have something to wear for it by the next time.
It doesn't matter, people would rather ***** about it then try to participate and make it successful.
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