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    Did anyone see what happened down it ATL last night with that storm? It ripped part of the roof off and forced them to postpone the second game.

    So today, either Kentucky or Georgia will have to play 2 games today.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=3295046

    Has anyone ever heard of something like this happening?

    They are only allowing family and friends of the teams, media or people with credentials, and the bands into the games that were moved to Georgia Tech so that they could be completed. They are gonna have to refund a butt load of money, because it was reported that Kentucky alone had 20,000 fans down there.

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    Re: SEC Tourney

    Originally posted by rrshock
    Did anyone see what happened down it ATL last night with that storm? It ripped part of the roof off and forced them to postpone the second game.

    So today, either Kentucky or Georgia will have to play 2 games today.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=3295046

    Has anyone ever heard of something like this happening?

    They are only allowing family and friends of the teams, media or people with credentials, and the bands into the games that were moved to Georgia Tech so that they could be completed. They are gonna have to refund a butt load of money, because it was reported that Kentucky alone had 20,000 fans down there.
    I'd just be happy I didn't die. They're reporting 125mph winds last night.
    "You can observe a lot just by watching."
    -- Yogi Berra

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      Re: SEC Tourney

      Originally posted by BA2929
      Originally posted by rrshock
      Did anyone see what happened down it ATL last night with that storm? It ripped part of the roof off and forced them to postpone the second game.

      So today, either Kentucky or Georgia will have to play 2 games today.

      http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=3295046

      Has anyone ever heard of something like this happening?

      They are only allowing family and friends of the teams, media or people with credentials, and the bands into the games that were moved to Georgia Tech so that they could be completed. They are gonna have to refund a butt load of money, because it was reported that Kentucky alone had 20,000 fans down there.
      I'd just be happy I didn't die. They're reporting 125mph winds last night.
      I'd be happy to have my life too. It's just really weird that they had a tornado in the city.

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        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZnlpbpVs5Y

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          http://blog.al.com/bamabeat/2008/03/...a_tornado.html

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