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Date Posted: 15:23:40 07/14/04 Wed
Author: inside
Subject: Re: ECAC hockey
In reply to: J.J. 's message, "ECAC hockey" on 14:47:49 07/14/04 Wed

Never said CCSU was a good fit, just said they aren't going anywhere.

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[> [> Re: ECAC hockey -- Larryl9797, 16:30:27 07/14/04 Wed

I would say you are right JJ. However, I think that Central should work on building the infrastrucure so when a larger conference has openings and forget about taking tiny steps (to the AE) and go 'Big Dog' style. I mean, if CCSU jumped to the AE, how long would it be before we started in on how small the conference is .. and of course, this is all contingent on how much $$Bling$$ the University is willing to put out to make it happen.

I would bet that the Athletics powers that be at Central probably have thought about this already!

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