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    Re: Future Schedules

    Howard at Maryland: Seven miles up US Route 1, $375K.
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    Re: Bold Predictions for the 2022 FCS Season

    OVC (1948)
    Big Sky (1963)
    Southland (1963)
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    Re: 2022 Schedules

    Does Princeton or Harvard get the crown for the most conservative scheduling in the FCS?
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    Re: 2023 Schedules

    The two teams share some open dates over the next five seasons. How about 9/14/24?

    https://fbschedules.com/ncaa/sacramento-state/
    https://fbschedules.com/ncaa/holy-cross/
  5. Re: This is what FCS Non conference slate should look like

    If a school can get those games, of course. Not everyone can.
  6. Re: FCS Schools That Have Never Made The Playoffs

    The Indians won the title in 1957-58 and 1958-59. Among their players was a 5-11 guard named Dave Gavitt and forward Gary Vandeweghe, uncle of NBA player Kiki Vandeweghe.
  7. Thread: CAA THOUGHTS?

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    Re: CAA THOUGHTS?

    The MEAC is inexorably crumbling and no wants wants to admit it.
  8. Re: FCS Schools That Have Never Made The Playoffs

    What does Columbia need to do to win the Ivy League; and if it is infeasible for them to ever win whatsoever, can we all say it out loud?

    The same question could be asked of Georgetown, and to a...
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    Re: Why not Delaware?

    The NCAA can't agree on a rule book right now, but what does "risk losing affiliation" mean? There are plenty of nonaffiliated teams just short of club status regularly playing NCAA teams, from...
  10. Thread: CAA THOUGHTS?

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    Re: CAA THOUGHTS?

    Maryland football averaged 37,956 a game last season. That's down from over 50,000 in the ACC in 2003.
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    Re: Why not Delaware?

    Except most of them don't. Richmond spends $2 million more on football than basketball. When was the last time you think of Holy Cross and "basketball"? When you think Furman, is it for football or...
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    Re: Why not Delaware?

    If this is the case, why are there so few private schools that are competitive?
  13. Re: FCS Schools That Have Never Made The Playoffs

    Bucknell has every opportunity for a PL title. I think everyone in the PL knows (but will not say it in public) that Georgetown does not.

    As long as Georgetown is unable to recruit talent given...
  14. FCS Schools That Have Never Made The Playoffs

    There are six schools with at least 20 years in the subdivision (and are in playoff-eligible conferences) that have never made the playoffs. Who is the next to be invited?

    1. Bucknell (Patriot...
  15. Thread: CAA THOUGHTS?

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    Re: CAA THOUGHTS?

    NY doesn't have a massive Power 5 school because SUNY wasn't created until 1948 and the need for a flagship state school was largely ignored by the state for decades, if not centuries. Outside of...
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    Re: Why not Delaware?

    It doesn't have to be, but the erosion in Eastern football over the decades has played into this perception. It's also biased by non-flagship state funded universities.
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    Re: Why not Delaware?

    Best facilities? Princeton says hello.

    https://www.princetontigersfootball.com/facilities-gallery/

    https://www.princetontigersfootball.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Stadium-Corner.jpg
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    Re: Athlon Preseason Top 25

    Clarifying this:

    There are 20 non-scholarship programs in FCS/I-AA. Of these, 11 schools offer merit aid upon admission. Even if an athletic scholarship is not available, academic scholarships are...
  19. Re: Strength of Schedule for FCS Teams for 2022

    Patriot League, below. Makes it difficult to argue for an at-large bid anytime soon.

    50. Lehigh (.500)
    76. Bucknell (.475)
    84. Lafayette (.459)
    85. Georgetown (.458)
    111. Holy Cross (.412)...
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    Re: Athlon Preseason Top 25

    Here were the end of season Sagarin ratings below Holy Cross in the Patriot League (out of 258 Div. I schools):

    197 Fordham (6-5)
    224 Colgate (5-6)
    229 Lafayette (3-8)
    234 Lehigh (3-8)
    246 ...
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    Re: Athlon Preseason Top 25

    That said, the rest of the PL is way, way down. HC could be at the top another four or five years.
  22. Re: Idaho State DB coach charged with first-degree murder from 2017

    He wasn't indicted until May 16, so his record could have remained clean prior to then.
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  23. Thread: CAA THOUGHTS?

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    Re: CAA THOUGHTS?

    The Patriot League could have been the elite conference for Eastern FCS football as well. But they don't choose to be, either.
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    Re: CAA THOUGHTS?

    Where was it going to expand? Absorb the Patriot League? Pick off schools from the Southern Conference?

    Until recently, the CAA was always an amalgam of the old Yankee Conference, a handful of...
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    Re: 2023 Schedules

    Sac is not paying a guarantee for that kind of travel. They can probably pick up a SLC team.

    That said, it would be great for Georgetown to get any interest from a school west of I-95.
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