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Old 02-16-2018, 01:27 PM   #11
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Is this 2 years in a row with no Memphis? How does that work? 8 conference games...we play each division opponent, then half the other division? What am I missing? Why don't these things ever just make sense? You should be able to schedule out the AAC for eternity.

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Old 02-16-2018, 05:50 PM   #12
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Is this 2 years in a row with no Memphis? How does that work? 8 conference games...we play each division opponent, then half the other division? What am I missing? Why don't these things ever just make sense? You should be able to schedule out the AAC for eternity.
You play same three schools in other division back to back years. We had Memphis the 1st 2 years of divisional play
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Old 02-20-2018, 06:15 AM   #13
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Talked with a buddy of mine that is a very long time UCats member with season tickets for both football and basketball. Usually knows what’s what with the program and scheduling.....

In regards to them Miami thing, he says that UC won’t be going up to Miami for another 10 years. The game at PBS is a Miami “home” game, but UC gets an equal number of tickets to Miami.

Personally, I’d rather take a Saturday afternoon in Oxford, than I would a game at PBS. And I live about 10 minutes from the river.
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Talked with a buddy of mine that is a very long time UCats member with season tickets for both football and basketball. Usually knows what’s what with the program and scheduling.....

In regards to them Miami thing, he says that UC won’t be going up to Miami for another 10 years. The game at PBS is a Miami “home” game, but UC gets an equal number of tickets to Miami.

Personally, I’d rather take a Saturday afternoon in Oxford, than I would a game at PBS. And I live about 10 minutes from the river.
I don't know if I buy this explanation. We went to Miami last year so they wouldn't be the home team again this year. And it's pointless to say half the tickets will go to Miami and half to UC because they won't sell half the the stadium out anyway. We couldn't sell out the shootout at US Bank because season ticket holders didn't want to pay extra since it wasn't part of package. Miami and PBS might not sell 20,000
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Old 04-14-2018, 10:02 AM   #15
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Sounds like Ross Trail is transferring.
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Old 04-14-2018, 10:09 AM   #16
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We opened at +11.5 at UCLA
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Old 04-14-2018, 10:24 AM   #17
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I'm going to take a stab at this. Time to start really studying up for college football (I have to kick Bearcatboy's a$$ again in Pick 5).

UCLA (A) - L
Miami OH (N) - W
Alabama A&M (H) - W
Ohio (H) - L
UConn (A) - W
Tulane (H) - W
Temple (A) - W
SMU (A) - L
Navy (H) - L
USF (H) - L
UCF (A) - L
ECU (H) - W (This could be a good last game should we be 1 W shy of a bowl berth)

Overall: 6-6

The stretch from at Temple to at UCF could be rough.

I wonder if going 2-0 vs Miami and Ohio will be the key for us making a bowl. I have no idea what to expect from the team. They should be better. But does that mean they'll win on the road in conference? Who knows. The past few years have been pretty rough. Let's get back in a bowl.
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Old 04-14-2018, 03:10 PM   #18
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APOLOGY

I would like to apologize for sticking by TT when things were going south. I could not believe a man with the experience he brought to the table would not know beans from apple butter. Obviously Coach Fickell is the man for the job based upon his recruiting and Ohio ties. I have come to my senses and miss TT like a toothache.
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Sounds like Ross Trail is transferring.
Happy trails.
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Happy trails.
Lol. Smh. This got me.
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