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Due to the heavy rains in Houston this week, Rice's football Stadium has flooded pretty badly...
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FaCubeItches89 months
"Totally underwater" would mean that the water level was higher than the highest point in the stadium - that's just a flooded field.
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djangochained89 months
Owl fan ate all the rice baws
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djangochained89 months
And beans?
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Darla Hood89 months
And not a crawfish trap in sight.
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KosmoCramer89 months
Why would they construct a stadium out of rice?
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theBru89 months
Freeze it & play some hockey...
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TigerDM89 months
The field is dug out of the ground about 20' so it is not surprising that it would flood.
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Zappas Stache89 months
Guess they need to hire an Aggie Civil Engineer to fix their drainage system.
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Eltegray89 months
#Neverforget
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SomeLSUguy89 months
Silly Larry, that is their new swimming pool.
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TeddyPadillac89 months
The field is under water, not the stadium. Nice clickbait title.
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The Creaux89 months
Stock it.
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reggo7589 months
I thought all Rice Fields were flooded?
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LSU-MNCBABY89 months
This guy fricks.
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CAD703X89 months
reggo wins the comments. time to lock them.
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FATBOY TIGER89 months
Rice expands in water.
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CAD703X89 months
they should go ahead & play football there anyway. nobody could tell the difference.
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TT989 months
Global warming.
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