Qualcomm Stadium Flooding

December 23, 2010 by staff 

Qualcomm Stadium Flooding, Qualcomm Stadium, where the Poinsettia Bowl is going to take place between the San Diego State and Navy, was the victim of days of heavy rains, which could delay tonight’s game, will begin at 8 pm EST.

This competition could be more exciting this week, provided that coaches and players will not have to use snorkels. Ten centimeters of water is a hell of a lot of water! Bowl and 5-year waiting more than 50,000 fans! And, oh, bad players … sort of hilarious that have resorted to the practice in hotel ballrooms on Tuesday. Yup, ballrooms. If the Navy starts water + jokes now?

Although many of the events surrounding the game were canceled, all bowls to watch this week, it might be fun to see. Imagine all those players who are trying to mud around the pursuit of a ball in the dirt (although candidates are probably a little more used). It will be like football movies of the old school, you know, the ones with a cheesy, typical scene where all players are disgusting and gross in a muddy, bumpy field and laugh and grunt and chest because hey, they are men and they are dirty and they love it.

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