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Date Posted: 17:37:41 04/05/07 Thu
Author: Bud
Subject: UNH
In reply to: MIke 's message, "UNH" on 09:09:29 04/05/07 Thu

UNH is a state public university, nothing more. A ton better than SNHU, and facilities are not that bad, they play at Lundholm cause they don't draw the crowds. Football competes every year and they have sub par facilities, getting better with new turf field. NH is a small,low tax base state, the facilities reflect that. Not a reason to criticize, its tough to compete in the America East as a low D1 program. It's not about the facilities, its about recruiting the right kids and winning,going deep into playoffs and ultimately getting into the dance in march. Not easy to do. What high school kids complain ? They should be happy to be there competing in the playoffs !

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