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Date Posted: 05:37:01 02/01/03 Sat
Author: Tony
Subject: Who says I disagree ?
In reply to: GuyF 's message, "Something to remember..." on 21:28:11 01/31/03 Fri

I don't think we are that far apart?? To tell you the truth I don't even see your point here. I said down below if Iona splits they are in OK shape and if they sweep they are in the drivers seat for AT LEAST a top 4 finish if not higher. The only thing I said was that if Iona had gone 0-2 on the Buffalo trip they would struggle to finish in the top 4. Since we now know Iona will get at least a spilt that point is moot

If I had to rank MAAC teams right now I'd say top tier Manhattan, Siena/FF ( very close) Middle teams Iona, Niagara, Canisius, Lower tier Marist, SPC, Rider, Loyola
Now if Iona can complete the Buffalo sweep, which would be very impressive, I'd move the Gaels to the top group then. And hey this is the MAAC we all know a team from the middle group could get hot and win the MAAC. Although this year instead of having 6 or 7 teams between 120 and 150 in the RPIís we have the Manhattan/FF/Siena if Siena takes care of business with its remaining home games MAAC has a good chance of going into tournament with 3 top 100 teams for the first time since the 95-96 season When Canisius won (that year the MAAC finished 12 in conference ranking and had 4 top 100 teams (Iona, Manhattan, Fairfield and Canisius)

Guy lets face it Manhattan is going to be tough to beat this year they are a very solid club, if the jaspers do get upset, Siena or FF will more than likely win the MAAC, Iíd be hmm not shocked ( this is the MAAC after all) but surprised if anyone other than those 3 teams win the MAAC. 20- games into the season they have proven to be the best 3 teams in the MAAC donít you agree?

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