So Texas turns the AC off in opponents locker room...

plantcity3

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I remember looking this up when I moved to Miami.

Was just curious about the hottest days on record and was surprised at the lack of 100 degree days compared to Texas cities.

In the military I had training in San Antonio for 3 months of the summer. I don’t think we had many days under 100 that summer. And it was garbage.

Phoenix and Vegas is no different.

But Alburquerque weather is the wave!
My dad was in Arizona a few weeks back and was sending me screenshots of the temperature at 105+ degrees every night around 10-11 at night. No thanks. I’d rather deal with the humid Florida heat. At least we get the gulf breezes at night.
 

CanesLifer2

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All that does is keep their bodies warm and loose... if you turn the AC down to 60 however; their bodies will contract and get stiff, they’ll have to stretch a lot more to get ready for the 2nd half
 

TheEye

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Tom Herman is savage. Playing chess. Wait, he lost? Nevermind.
 
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Mississippi State visitors had no lockers, just 40 nails in the wall to hang your ****,
2 toilets with a roll of TP between them right in the center of the room
 

motorcitycane

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My dad was in Arizona a few weeks back and was sending me screenshots of the temperature at 105+ degrees every night around 10-11 at night. No thanks. I’d rather deal with the humid Florida heat. At least we get the gulf breezes at night.
Yup exactly. Florida nights are perfect
 
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