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Re: Ummm.....

Without going into details.....Houston Oilers moved to Tennessee and became  
the Tennessee Titans (or something like that).  Houston was NOT upset about  
losing that team, or should I say the owners.  Houston was tired of funding  a 
losing team that was draining funds, and not providing.   Either way, after 
the appropriate mourning period (for appearance sake  only) another pro-football 
team was put together, the name voted on by the  citizens of Houston, and 
presto......the Houston Texans were born.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast......west Houston to be exact
In a message dated 8/20/2006 11:02:12 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Houston  Texans (didn't they used to  
be the Oilers? what is the story behind  the name change?). 

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