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Were you there

I don't know who provided the food in '71. I was a walk-on that year and only ate dinner after practice. I do remember one steak filled the entire plate. You needed at least 2 plates for dinner on steak nights. :-)

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Posted: 10/27/2020 at 11:51PM


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