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    What's your perfect weather for an MSU football game?

    Temp-wise
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    Wind-wise

    edit, 'for A MSU game'....not woke

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    Partly cloudy
    57 degrees
    Wind 5mph

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    50 degrees, not a cloud in the sky, and just enough of a breeze to need a jacket.

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    58 degrees, sunny, light breeze

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    Night game, no rain of course and about 65 degrees with a light breeze.

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    60 degrees
    Sunny
    Northeast wind at 5

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    I love a game in late October when the game starts mid afternoon and ends at night. About 65 degrees at kick and ends with upper 50s temps. Little to no wind.

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    Highs somewhere around 60, bright sunny skies, with temps dipping to around 50 by the 4th qtr as it turns dark.

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    Single digits or below zero temps
    10-12" of snow
    Gusts of wind up to 40-50 mph.
    Lots of cloud cover
    Night game

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    Night, 65 degrees and dry.

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    Afternoon. We run up a bit of a lead, right before the hurricane moves in.
    Oxford Delinda Est!

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    As long as it's accurately predicted so I dress correctly, I'm just as comfortable from say the high 50's to the high 70's. Being on the cooler end has the advantage of being bourbon weather.

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    Not sure but I do know this. I don't want to sweat watching the game. That could be a lot of conditions. 50-60 and partly cloudy in day; 65 or so at night.

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    120 degrees so I can coach in Khaki shorts**

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    I think it was 1981 when a injured bullDOG team beat #4 LSU team with the first night game with temp lights brought in. It rained all morning and then the front moved in ...wind out of the north.....crystal blue skies. By kickoff the temp dropped like a bomb. It was so cold and a slobber knocker of a game. John Bond & Danny Knight and company lit up the LSU defense when it had to. Ernie Barnes and def got medieval on LSU’s offense. Dan Moore (from La) came on and knocked a long FG to win the game. the coldest my feet have EVER been but it was the way football is supposed to be........Clear, cold, at night and a DOG win over a great team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarius View Post
    I love a game in late October when the game starts mid afternoon and ends at night. About 65 degrees at kick and ends with upper 50s temps. Little to no wind.
    Give me this with leaves beginning to fall in the Junction.

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    I know I'm in the minority

    As Jack Cristil used to say "High Noon" 12PM
    Clear Sky
    40-45
    wind 5 to 10
    Last edited by RLM38654; 09-17-2020 at 03:53 AM.

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    1982

    Quote Originally Posted by lastmajordog View Post
    I think it was 1981 when a injured bullDOG team beat #4 LSU team with the first night game with temp lights brought in. It rained all morning and then the front moved in ...wind out of the north.....crystal blue skies. By kickoff the temp dropped like a bomb. It was so cold and a slobber knocker of a game. John Bond & Danny Knight and company lit up the LSU defense when it had to. Ernie Barnes and def got medieval on LSU?s offense. Dan Moore (from La) came on and knocked a long FG to win the game. the coldest my feet have EVER been but it was the way football is supposed to be........Clear, cold, at night and a DOG win over a great team.
    1982

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    I think the 2009 Egg Bowl had perfect weather for a football game. It was chilly but not bad if you dressed appropriately. Clear skies and just a nice day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indndawg View Post
    Temp-wise
    Skycover-wise
    Wind-wise

    edit, 'for A MSU game'....not woke
    I don't like to be cold or chilly at all...Mine would be high in the upper 70's near 80 for tailgating "shorts weather" falling into the lower 70's upper 60's by games end...slight breeze I guess...

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