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What the f*ck happened to the Bison?

Bison are on the verge of the third straight losing season in the league, but are they actually the bad team anymore?

In fact, is it possible to replace a franchise that has played in the NFL for over a century?

We asked some Bison fans for their take on what happened to them in the first four years of the franchise.1.

What was it like to be the franchise from 1986-1991?

The Bison played in a number of exciting eras in the history of the team.

For many, they were the first team to play in a retractable roof stadium, the first to wear helmets, the second team to win a championship, the only team to wear uniforms, and the first club to have a logo on its helmet.

They also were the team to score the most points in the modern era, which is pretty much a given.

The team was known for their toughness, they scored the most touchdowns, they had the highest winning percentage and most regular season wins.

So the Bisons legacy is one of being a dominant team.

I think what’s most impressive about the team was how many people cared about the Bids.

The fans loved the team, and I think they were willing to sacrifice a little bit to support the team and the city.2.

What is it like having a new stadium for a franchise?

The stadium they moved into in 1987 was called the Green Bay Coliseum, but since the team moved to the Rose Bowl in 1995, the stadium has been renamed the BMO Field.

The stadium opened in 2011, and now sits in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, just west of the river and west of I-94.

It’s a beautiful venue that’s also a perfect fit for a football stadium.3.

How did you end up playing at the Rose for the first time in over 50 years?

I got the call that the Rose was ready.

It was the Rose of Wisconsin.

I was in my senior year of high school and had my scholarship offer.

I thought that was going to be my first game in Rose Stadium.

It wasn’t.

I ended up in the Rose, and that was a dream come true.

I had a ton of respect for the fans there.

I didn’t expect that, but the people there really cared and it’s still one of the best stadiums in the country.4.

What do you miss the most about the Rose?

One of the things that I miss the least is seeing my friends and family, and being able to see them out on the field and be able to sit down and watch the game.

The people are so great and the stadium is really great, so the fans have been amazing to me.5.

What would you like to see in a Bison Stadium that you haven’t seen in 40 years?

One thing I would love to see is a new facility for the Bins, a facility that would have a retractible roof so that it would be able for the best seats in the house to be in, and a retractables sideline, so that you can have the game on the sideline.

That would be something really special.6.

Is there any place in the world you’ve ever been to that you don’t like?

It’s really hard to say.

The Rose is an iconic place in my life.

I love the atmosphere and the people.

It really is a great place.

I don’t know if I can ever see myself anywhere else.7.

How do you think the stadium would look today if it had a retracting roof?

I think it would look amazing, but it would need to be done in a way that would preserve the Rose and the Rose Stadium as they are today.8.

Why is it that the Bios have to come up with all these crazy ideas about how the Binals stadium should look?

I don’t think that’s the point.

The point is that we’re in the business of making money.

It makes sense for us to be trying to make money to build something that would be beautiful.

It would be a great example of what the Buns can do, to build the stadium and to keep it beautiful.9.

What were some of the ideas that the fans and the media brought up about how to renovate the Rose stadium?

We’ve been working for over 50 or 60 years, and they are all completely out of date, and in my opinion, unnecessary.

I would say the most recent thing that has come up is that they should have a stadium on the side of the freeway, that would allow us to have our own little neighborhood to call home.

But that is completely unnecessary, and you could have a great stadium right next door to your house, so it makes sense.10.

What did you think of the Bynum Stadium, when it was first proposed?

I loved it because it was so beautiful.

The seating was amazing.

I just loved it.

But now I’m seeing