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Carolina Speed (Indoor Football) moving to Bojangles Coliseum

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Sorry if it's been posted already...season starts in March and is mostly local players.

I'm sure tickets will be very affordable and with no other football around, I will definitely go check it out.

Here's a link to the Schedule:

http://www.carolinaspeed.com/schedule.htm

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Its a lot of fun. I went to almost all of the games during the years that Greensboro had its teams.

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I think this move stinks. They played at the Cabarrus Arena which is 3 miles from my house :-) I probably wont go to their games anymore. Not worth the trip to the new location.

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I think this move stinks. They played at the Cabarrus Arena which is 3 miles from my house :-) I probably wont go to their games anymore. Not worth the trip to the new location.

Yea, but it the economic times we're in, I think it was a smart move. Face it, more people live in Charlotte...that's where the money is. And w/o any other Arena league above this league, and the end of NFL season, seems like a no brainier. But I feel your pain...3 miles is pretty darn close!!

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