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Date Posted: 09/13/15 12:54:07pm Sun
In reply to:
's message, "Re: Today's game" on 09/12/15 11:58:01pm Sat
In the last 10 years UHN has averaged 9.3 wins, been in the playoffs all 10 years, with 10 playoff wins. Colgate has averaged 6.6 wins, has 4 losing seasons, and a playoff record of 0-3. Excluding the 8 year Foley/Sweeney era at the height of the gutting, we are at risk for having a losing season for the 3rd year in a row for the first time since the 1950s.
To answer gate's question, we beat UNH the first time we played them in 1986 on the road. And it was during only the 2nd losing season of the Dunlap era, when the effects of the gutting were starting to be felt. UNH was a penciled in win then, now they're a stretch game.
Didn't the horrible forecast and rain keep the attendance down? For those who need to stay overnight to go to a home game, an early season night game helps (I was planning to go until I heard the forecast). I realize there may not be many like me anymore. Perhaps a 4 pm start is a nice compromise.
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Re: Today's game -- TheGreenCoat, 09/13/15 2:24:20pm Sun
>This was a really bad game for 'gate. QB had a bad
>day, needed to do a lot of scrambling, made some bad
>passes and the receivers dropped a lot of balls. Why
>Colgate tried to run up the middle when UNH's
>defensive line clearly was stronger is beyond me. What
>does using three RB's do for productivity? Use
>Wilkens for short yardage and decide whether to use
>Russell of Holland. Let one of them get into the flow
>of the game. The fumble and missed pass in the end
>zone were heart breaking. Play calling is so
>predictable The scholarship era is off to a terrible
>start. Another QB deserves a shot. There is nothing
>to lose. Without some changes I can see a three win
> And please, stop these night games. No fans show up.
folks, we are recruiting QBs that run as well as pass and I frankly doubt anybody on the squad will be better than Melville...if you are committed to the read option you recruit QBs that fit into that system...and not to be cruel, but Mooney didn't show much last year...we've got to rethink our entire approach on offense fairly soon and get some QBs with decent arms and pocket presence...the defense looks better...the offense is boring, predictable and not effective...
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