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    Default Re: The Tigue in action at Russo Park (no video yet

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    ---So we have a home and home with ND and our game is in the SuperDome---Pot of gold for $10 mill deal!!! All the UL Catholic kids stun ND officials by pulling for the Cajuns!!! ND gives an extra mill to the Catholic Student center

    Roy Henry out for the coin toss!!! lol

    If we sent Robe to talk with ND, we'd get that football game... and that giant check. Robe could, without a doubt, forge a deep relationship with ND.

    PS Winston agrees.

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    They also have torn down the kiosk-thing in between the ticket booth and stadium....where they recently had the renderings of the stadium renovation. My first thought when seeing this: some will claim it is SF 'destroying the evidence.' I kid....I kid!
    Little History! The Kiosk-Thing or as I knew it, the Game Day Sponsor Board(GDSB). Twenty-One(21) years ago I was building my house as was my neighbor, and I had started helping out Robe on some projects. The GDSB was one of those projects! Todd Credeur(Rookie) as we knew him a Left handed pitcher from Acadiana High, that also pitched for USL and made it a ways in the Astro's organization, HIS father in law who was my architect DREW the plans to the GDSB, was able to get my brick layer to lay the bricks, Neighbors contractor put together the roof that was donated by Southern Structures, lumber and supplies by Doug Ashy, and the bricks donated by Mike Baker Bricks. Fun Times.

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    Little History! The Kiosk-Thing or as I knew it, the Game Day Sponsor Board(GDSB). Twenty-One(21) years ago I was building my house as was my neighbor, and I had started helping out Robe on some projects. The GDSB was one of those projects! Todd Credeur(Rookie) as we knew him a Left handed pitcher from Acadiana High, that also pitched for USL and made it a ways in the Astro's organization, HIS father in law who was my architect DREW the plans to the GDSB, was able to get my brick layer to lay the bricks, Neighbors contractor put together the roof that was donated by Southern Structures, lumber and supplies by Doug Ashy, and the bricks donated by Mike Baker Bricks. Fun Times.

    --When we would have a football party, the usual suspects were rounded up---Herbie for some kegs I guess with some other distributers, Hot dogs from somebody I guess Freys, and buns I think from Boustany, And if girls wanted to come they had to pay $10---Kidding!!!-=---But thank the Lord for volunteers and the in-kind donations!!!


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    Default Re: The Tigue in action at Russo Park (no video yet

    I didn't hear robe's interview. But, I don't think he would ever throw anyone under the bus...yet. But if he said two weeks...if u do another interview in two weeks and nothing has happen....the poo poo will hit the fan. He's not "lying". I'm sure it was coach speak


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    Quote Originally Posted by HelmutVII View Post
    Foundation construction would take place after demolition. From what I can understand they did indeed have to relocate a major electric line and some distribution equipment prior to demolition. From What coach Robe said on his interview last week on the radio I understand this was finished about what is now about ten days ago. (if I remember correctly he said that they had disconnected the electricity from their offices late the week before and they had moved their offices into the Cox Building). There probably was some excavation being done to do this electric line relocation. I am speculating that he may have been confusing this with foundation work.

    A notice to proceed is given regardless of what may or may not be encountered during the course of construction. Any item that may be discovered during the course of construction is handled by a change order and plan change.

    Plain and simple not having a notice to proceed is a serious issue in this case.
    Thanks for this...great info. Because you make a good point: what's being done now is not work on the foundation in the real sense. I think he meant it in a looser sense, though, more like just stuff that needed to be done before the demo begins.

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