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Date Posted: 10/16/15 12:20:49pm Fri
Author: Mrs. Reality
Subject: Yu may be right...but, that's why we play he games!
In reply to:
's message, "Re: Refining PL FB Parity in the next couple of weeks" on 10/16/15 11:46:54am Fri
>>>We all talk about the parity in Pl football this
>>>..... Hoyas ( 3-3 ) 38 Pards ( 1-5 ) 7... Parity ?
>>>...And in our heads, we really think that, in the
>>>none of this Parity-stuff matters…Gate fans will
>>>ultimately be compensated for their patience with an
>>>up and down season. In the end it’s going to come
>>>( 2-4 ) and Fordham ( 5-1 ), sporting bonafide tough
>>>o.o.c. schedules pounding it out for the PL
>>>championship two weeks from this Saturday. When fans
>>>refer to Parity in PL football this season, they're
>>>referring to any team winning on any given Saturday,
>>>not the parity of rosters or o.o.c. competition.
>>>Either the (1-5 ) Pards, sporting a good o.o.c.
>>>schedule or the ( 3-3 ) Hoyas sporting a cupcake
>>>o.o.c. schedule are better or worse than their
>>>indicate on any given Saturday. Although Bucknell (
>>>3-2, 0-1 ), with their deceptive cupcake o.o.c.
>>>schedule,( sans Army this week) has probably already
>>>taken themselves out of championship hunt along with
>>>Holy Cross and Lafayette with one loss in the books.
>>>By the end of the next three Saturdays, all of the
>>>undefeated teams in the P.L. will have played other
>>>undefeated teams. What a set up it might be, with a
>>>bye for gate in the the week following a smackdown of
>>>With spirits raised, gate will be able to rest the
>>>wounded and focus on Fordham for the two weeks
>>>up to the inevitable big game in Hamilton. The Rams
>>>have 2 consecutive games with teams coming off bye
>>>weeks. Lehigh ( 3-3 ) plays the Rams next week
>>>their bye this week. The Rams are coming off of a
>>>narrow win last week with a last minute 3 point
>>>victory at (1-3) Penn. By the time gate gets the Rams
>>>at home in two weeks, the hope is that Holy Cross (
>>>2-3 ) this week and Lehigh ( 3-3 ) the following
>>>week, in desperate search of respectability leave
>>>nothing on the field in the Bronx. And a diminished
>>>roster for the Rams to bring to Hamilton.
>>>But, wait….we have to beat a rising GT team first…and
>>>not look ahead…..something I’m sure Coach Hunt has
>>>been harping on all week.
>>>Gate can’t afford to be looking ahead to the big game
>>>with Fordham and/or take Georgetown lightly. As
>>>stated, Parity means anything goes from week to week.
>>>Gate has to come out of the chute and play a very
>>>game for 60 minutes against the hungry Hoyas. Not
>>>does GT have some 'mo. They have the added incentive
>>>of having beaten gate only once during their tenure
>>>the P.L. For it to come down to Gate and Fordham in
>>> Gate has to control the one thing in its power…beat
>>>the Hoyas this weekend!
>>And don't forget the Hoyas one-point loss to us in
>>2003, our championship season. Anything can happen
>They won't have a chance against Fordham, be
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