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Date Posted: 09/ 6/15 10:33:10am Sun
Author: pigskin
Subject: Re: BS I'm pissed
In reply to: Maven 's message, "Re: BS I'm pissed" on 09/ 6/15 9:40:58am Sun

Back to football. I agree that the 'Cuse game should have been put off a couple more years. I see both sides of the coin with Navy. In a way the payday and PR are good for the school, helps in recruiting with the CBS package and all, blah, blah, blah. On the other it's disheartening to have a huge one-sided loss at the start. The upside is that it gives the coaches and team a measurement of how much pre-season and off-season practices have got the team ready for the season. A way to measure themselves vs. a good test. Obviously the score was a blow-out. It would be nice if we could have eliminated errors and had a much closer final score.Duh.

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