We`re excited about what we`re doing, and what we`re going to do ... Students definitely seem excited about it. Most students walk in in awe at the size of it.
There are so many obstacles to go through. They can`t just wake up one morning and say, `We want to get rid of this league and it`s done.` There`s a lot of red tape to work out and procedures and rules that they have to adhere to.
I`m tired, fed up with trying to fit into somebody else`s standards,
The carriers are the biggest problem. They`ve been extremely slow in getting people online, and we`re somewhat unsure if the medications we`re giving out will even be covered.
I wouldn`t make every dish on my menu a science project, but it`s way exciting. It`s like going back to school, and I find it naturally appealing.
I`m hearing our season would be expanded by a few games.
We want to look as ridiculous to our fans as the NBA players are going to look to their fans,
We were running out of room and we saw that (the new) house could be used by many different students and different groups.
We want this place to be used every day, we want other student organizations to use it. We eventually want acoustic concerts in the basement, coffee to be available regularly. We want students to come and study, to watch TV.
If you take out a league, the talent is going to increase. It`s not going to be all spread out. The level of play on the field (here) will be as good as anything.