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FRISCO said...

What a ridiculous column. Mark, in my opinion, the article would've been better if you could've made your point without belittling Frisco, TX. And it's not that I care so much for Frisco, TX but a more professional writer wouldn't have even considered slamming another city and wishing harm/failure on it and its responsibility to do its very best for the I-AA Title game and its fans and supporters. Nine out of ten Jan. 1's in Frisco (which is essentially Dallas but in name only), a person can comfortably play golf in short sleeves. So, your idea that because you spent one day here must mean it's always dank and cold and icy Jan. 1 in Dallas is ridiculous. And what a farce it is that you opine you care for the I-AA game anyway. You only care that Chattanooga lost it, nothing more. Why else you wish failure on the game? Dallas is a far stretch from being a great city but it's way above Chattanooga if one can correctly judge your city by the bitter tone of your article. I like Chattanooga and have great respect for Tennesseans (save for one past metrosexual VP from TN) and I like to think this article will soon be forgotten ... kind of like Chattanooga has been by the folks who decided the host city for a championship did. Frisco is only trying to do things the right way per hosting the FCS title game and it's a shame you put the city down like you did. Your article is simply a mean-spiritied and wrong. FCS Title Game or I-AA title game ... it's still a game played by kids and enjoyed by all. Let's wish all of them well and good fortune. Mark, you owe Frisco an apology. Are you man enough to offer one up?

February 28, 2010 at 2:01 p.m.

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