"The Irish also have not decided WHETHER TO ACCEPT a bowl bid". Here's more evidence that POLITICS is everywhere (not physics). WHY WOULDN'T THE IRISH ACCEPT A BOWL BID IF THEY IN FACT WERE OFFERED ONE?
Cause the team has given up. It's hard to imagine that there is a quality bowl game that they could win. Although, it must be a bit of revenue. I suspect they will take the money and play.
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If the Jesus of the New Testament gospels were living in the United States today, what political party would he support? Why?
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