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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Lawrence, Kansas: Allen Fieldhouse Is The Bomb ... Rock Chalk Jayhawk!

Allen Fieldhouse
Stadiums & Arenas
1651 Naismith Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045

If you go to a KU basketball game, men's or women's, or other event, you have a treat in store!

A new addition has been built on the east side, ground level, of historic Allen Fieldhouse, making room for thousands of photos, National Championship Trophies, game balls, uniforms and many other displays highlighting the history of KU sports and the University of Kansas Hall of Fame, not just for basketball. Many of the displays are chronologically arranged, making a trip back through KU sports history a breeze. 
And if you have not been to a KU Men's Basketball game, you are missing one of the greatest experiences in American sport, college or otherwise. The place is always packed, the fans are raucous, the KU pride without equal and the team routinely highly ranked, making for an extremely exciting and memorable experience.

Being a national dynasty, KU Men's Basketball games are not just difficult to get tickets for, they are somewhat expensive, so go to a women's game starting at only $6, making sure to allow 30-60 minutes before a game to take-in the sights at the Booth Family Hall of Athletics ... it's free!

CombatCritic Gives Allen Fieldhouse and Booth Family Hall of Athletics 10 Out Of 10 Bombs ... IT'S THE BOMB!









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Title: Lawrence, Kansas: Allen Fieldhouse Is The Bomb ... Rock Chalk Jayhawk!

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Translation for Civilians: 

"Phonetic spelling of the acronym HUA, which stands for 'Heard Understood Acknowledged.' Originally used by the British in the late 1800's in Afghanistan. More recently adopted by the United States Army to indicate an affirmative or a pleased response." - Urban Dictionary

"The Department of Military Science and Leadership, University of Tennessee claim HOOAH 'refers to or means anything except no' ... Regardless of its meaning ... the term is an expression of high morale, confidence, motivation and spirit." - WarChronicle.com

"The U.S. Air Force stole 'HOOAH' from the Army because we were part of the Army until 1947 and rather than waste a bunch of time coming up with something new and unique, we said 'screw it, let's go with HOOAH' ... thanks Army ... HOOAH! - CombatCritic

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