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View PostGidnik, on 17 August 2014 - 11:26 AM, said:

It hasn't been cold in south Carolina,  you know that right?

95 was the high in Columbia SC yesterday.  It was 95 by 10:30 AM when I finished mowing the yard at my house.  I am only 60 miles away from College Station.  The high in B/CS was 98.  I know they have heat in SC, but the telling point is the humidity.  The Heat Index has Aggieland at 100 right now, while SC is at 95.  It makes a difference.

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View PostFlea, on 18 August 2014 - 10:39 AM, said:

95 was the high in Columbia SC yesterday.  It was 95 by 10:30 AM when I finished mowing the yard at my house.  I am only 60 miles away from College Station.  The high in B/CS was 98.  I know they have heat in SC, but the telling point is the humidity.  The Heat Index has Aggieland at 100 right now, while SC is at 95.  It makes a difference.

I'm sure the difference in humidity between College Station and Columbia is negligible.
If you've never been to Columbia in August / September- just trust me. Its pure hell.

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View PostFlea, on 18 August 2014 - 10:39 AM, said:

95 was the high in Columbia SC yesterday.  It was 95 by 10:30 AM when I finished mowing the yard at my house.  I am only 60 miles away from College Station.  The high in B/CS was 98.  I know they have heat in SC, but the telling point is the humidity.  The Heat Index has Aggieland at 100 right now, while SC is at 95.  It makes a difference.





Good point. I know when the heat index is only 95 here I can bust my ass in the yard for hours on end with no problems, but once it gets up to 100 I can barely make it to the mailbox and back without passing out.

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View PostA. Pilgrim, on 18 August 2014 - 10:54 AM, said:

I'm sure the difference in humidity between College Station and Columbia is negligible.
If you've never been to Columbia in August / September- just trust me. Its pure hell.

Been to the area.  It's not that bad.  Come visit South-Eastern Texas in August.  Wear cotton and drink plenty of water.  You have been warned.

BTW, I was using the Heat Index of College Station and Columbia at the time of my post.  That extra 20% humidity doesn't sound like much, but it matters.  A lot.

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This is hilarious.  Cock fan rips Sumlin for taking the team to the movies and then Spurrier does the same.  How does that foot taste?

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Oh and humidity sucks ass.  Posted Imageing hate it.

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View PostMaroonblood, on 21 August 2014 - 07:17 AM, said:

This is hilarious.  Cock fan rips Sumlin for taking the team to the movies and then Spurrier does the same.  How does that foot taste?


Foot taste??


You haven't realized by now that 95% of the stuff I post in the trash talk section isn't to be taken seriously. Pretty sure just about every team in the country will do something like this at some point during fall practice.

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View PostMaroonblood, on 21 August 2014 - 07:18 AM, said:

Oh and humidity sucks ass.  Posted Imageing hate it.


Agreed. Pretty sure the heat index is gonna be in the triple digits for the rest of the week here...

http://www.wundergro...-forecast/29201

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View Postcocky4ever, on 21 August 2014 - 07:25 AM, said:




Agreed. Pretty sure the heat index is gonna be in the triple digits for the rest of the week here...

http://www.wundergro...-forecast/29201

Posted Image that.  At least the Aggie Football team is used to the humidity.  I'm from the North Texas area and spent some time I'm the Texas panhandle.....where humidity is rare.

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View PostMaroonblood, on 21 August 2014 - 07:31 AM, said:



Posted Image that.  At least the Aggie Football team is used to the humidity.  I'm from the North Texas area and spent some time I'm the Texas panhandle.....where humidity is rare.

Same here. I grew up in the Upstate where you usually get some of the cooler, drier air blowing down off the mountains of NC. It's still hot up there, just not as bad as down here. Moved to Columbia around 13 years ago....there's a reason the city slogan is "famously hot". I'm pretty much used to it now though.

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View Postthedruebanks, on 17 August 2014 - 07:13 PM, said:

" Nah, we don't need to practice anymore today, we got this. Lets go see The Muppets "

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