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Date Posted: 17:08:52 09/19/18 Wed
In reply to: Required 's message, "Re: Required Pin the tail on the Yalie" on 16:51:16 09/19/18 Wed

Please stay and post some more!

I'm so sorry I ever doubted you a few weeks ago!!!

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Date Posted: 17:15:34 09/19/18 Wed

Required, part of the problem is that you convey the notion that the team is dysfunctional - be it the result of injuries, coaching, disrespecting seniors, etc. - by innuendo. Your arguments would be more persuasive if they included more specifics.

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Date Posted: 17:44:37 09/19/18 Wed

I never intended to communicate by innuendo. I only intended to answer questions asked previously in this thread, along with providing additional truthful information.

I am not going to provide a great deal of specifics; especially names of players on the current roster. Again, why? Let my haters and name-callers go after someone else.

I will state that the injuries will show up on Saturday at Cornell...lost for the season, as well as unable to practice so far this week. Not much of a chance those players are 100% on Saturday at Cornell.

The disrespecting seniors should be obvious to anyone who has followed Ivy League football for any length of time. What other team in recent memory, especially the defending champion, starts one senior the following year?

I will ask the same question in a different way.

Last Saturday at Holy Cross, where were the sophomores and juniors who played significant minutes last year? The answer is, those players have been replaced by the young players that Reno has recently recruited.

When the Mullen news broke to the team in the early Spring, Reno appointed eight off-season captains, with the intention or the team voting on one of the eight to replace Mullen as captain in a vote this fall.

Four of the eight Reno named were juniors. He deliberately excluded several seniors; many of whom had played in varsity games since their freshman year.

How is that for team chemistry? It gets worse.

Reno kicked two seniors out of the locker room last Saturday after the Holy Cross game after they voiced their displeasure with the performance of the coaches; both on offensive play calling and defensive scheme in the 4th quarter.

Does anyone really believe that Ivy League football seniors are not smart enough to realize that the Holy Cross coaching performance last weekend was anything different to the coaching performance at Dartmouth last season?

Last year...especially on defense...the Yale football seniors saved the coaches. This year, that is not an option. Reno is already making public statement about "how young our team is."

How would you like to hear that if you were a senior?

Are those examples specific enough for you?

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