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Subject: Princeton vs Rutgers


Author:
al's wingman
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Date Posted: 13:23:36 06/28/17 Wed
In reply to: Unknown 's message, "Re: 150th College Football "Celebration"" on 11:48:01 06/28/17 Wed

There is another thread here that discusses the potential matchup more in depth but bottom line is you never know. Despite having scholarship talent Rutgers has fielded some incredibly bad teams. When guys are not motivated or dysfunction prevails, that opens the door for anything.

Princeton may very well have a shot in such a game though I do agree with Surace, no reason to risk injury against more physically inclined opponents.

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Son of Eli
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Date Posted: 15:02:47 06/28/17 Wed

Here's an idea following that logic, Surace can start playing Division III teams. That wil cut down on the chance of injury to his players.

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Go Green
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Date Posted: 15:17:58 06/28/17 Wed


How many of the 1986 Princeton guys ended up in the hospital after playing Northwestern?

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Son of Eli
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Date Posted: 15:30:25 06/28/17 Wed

Good point. And the 2016 Princeton team is much bigger and better than the 1986 team.

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Al's Wingman
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Date Posted: 01:33:28 06/29/17 Thu

You don't have to end up in the hospital to get beat up. On the average, very few players in any games end up in the hospital so that's a stupid comment. If you understood what it takes athletically to compete in games then maybe we can talk about logic. Princeton vs Rutgers is not a meaningful exercise in football. Good scheduling is one criteria for good leadership.

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Author:
Go Green
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Date Posted: 07:52:34 06/29/17 Thu


I only own three Ivy League championship rings. What do I know about competing?

Playing Rutgers is not materially different from playing UNH, Villanova, or Army.

Is Rutgers a step up from the PFL? Sure. But it's not like they're the Patriots...

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Son of Eli
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Date Posted: 09:24:24 06/29/17 Thu

Way to go Go Green!

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