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June 24, 2010


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It's great to have a sponsor in these tough economic times.


What does the Sun Bowl or it's sponsors have to do with utepia or UTEP athletics?

Once again, a worthless waste of time. Thanks Joe!


Jennifer, this relates to UTEP because UTEP owns the Sun Bowl and receives national attention because of the game.

It isn't that hard of a deduction to make.

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Maybe Hyundai would sponsor UTEP into a BCS conference like FEDEX is reportedly pitching on behalf of Memphis State University.

I am just kidding about Hyundai & UTEP!!

However I believe FEDEX is trying to buy a spot for Memphis or bribe a conference to admit Memphis.


Are you an idiot Jennifer?

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I lost the article! Your own personal opinion about the topic! I like your thinking! You have no interest in sharing with me your ideas?

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Cute story! I picked up a really great necklace at the Brooklyn Flea at the start of the summer. It's a unique looking flower that I always get a ton of compliments on when I wear. You're right about not disregarding little stores and boutiques. I swear that's where I get my best stuff.

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The Sun Bowl is an annual U.S. college football bowl game that is usually played at the end of December in El Paso, Texas. The Sun Bowl, along with the Sugar Bowl and the Orange Bowl are the second-oldest bowl games in the country, behind the Rose Bowl.

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UTEP sports blog: Joe Muench has been a sports writer and a sports editor in El Paso for decades, but he’s best known as the columnist everyone loves to talk about. His UTEP athletics blog starts up the conversation again.

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