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Date Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 09:38:15pm
Author: north east fan 19

I been to a couple of Saint Peters games this year. I've been to both men and womens games. Tonight I was at the womens SPC-Marist game and Stein told a college student that signs are not allowed at the games. I've seen that guy at the IONA-SPC mens game and Stein took his signs too. This must be the only division one program that does not let fans have signs at the game. Maybe this is why not many students don't show up to games. Stein should let the students have more fun at the game. I have been to a lot of college games this year and this is a first, no signs at a game.

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[> Re: NO SIGNS AT GAMES -- loyal, Wednesday, February 27, 10:02:23pm [1]

Stein establishes and enforces a "no signs" policy at a college hoops game?

My hair hurts.

Let's pray, somehow, we get lucky and recruit a professional AD. Litmus test for our new Prez re: Athletics.

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[> Re: NO SIGNS AT GAMES -- Cindy Crawford, Wednesday, February 27, 10:50:14pm [1]

I don't know the particulars of this case or the policy,but at the Iona game the sign in question was brought by a "strange" follower of the Peacocks who was once a supporter.He is now,I believe, an ex-student and frequently comes to the games wearing a shirt of the opponents school.
He brought signs to the Rider game and the Iona game.At the Iona game members of the "COCKPIT" tore up his sign.
My guess it is simply an attempt to prevent a confrontation where someone,possibly this individual, might get hurt,not to stifle free speech or displays of spirit.
I think it's a good judgment call.

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[> Re: NO SIGNS AT GAMES -- southside johnny, Thursday, February 28, 01:08:19am [1]

north east fan 19 gee i wonder who you are. Everybody knows your supper fan. Cindy is right your and ex-student who comes to mens games with the other teams shirt but you go to womesn game with an SPC shirt. Tonight Stein didnt take away your sign that said SPC on it so shut up and grow up. In fact for now on stay home. Even the womens team dont want you there you loser

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