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27 Mar 2013
WMU is in the CBI semifinals tonight. How much does a run like this help them for next season?
They travel to George Mason tonight and the winner plays the victor of Santa Clara at Wright State. What do you think of WMU's chances?
24 Mar 2013
I know baseball is not a major sport in midwestern and northeast college sports historically and that Akron, in particular, hasn't had a lot of recent success but I'd like to see more support for the baseball Zips. I really don't understand why the MAC in general does not have more fan support for their baseball teams. This is one sport where the MAC can truly compete with other conferences in the region including the Big Ten and whatever the Big East is now. The Zips' archrival proved what could be possible last year.
Increased attendance at games and more interest will likely also bring about better recruiting and hence better teams.
I wish I lived closer so I could go to more games. I do attend every year when Akron plays OSU down here in Columbus and I try to attend a game or two on weekends when I can. I just hope that the Zips can generate at least more local interest and improve their popularity in the Akron area.
22 Mar 2013
I know there are not any scholarships to go around but I have read a couple of times that there is an Akron interest. Anybody know about this? He is certainly one of the best high school point guards I have seen and I can't believe he isn't being recruited more heavily. I believe he averaged just about 20 points per game in high school and led all of Central Ohio in assists per game. This while playing in the same league as state powers Northland and Brookhaven that have produced numerous notable D-1 college players.
Just wondering if anybody has heard anything about this kid.
17 Mar 2013
Conventional wisdom seems to have the Zips being a 12 or 13 seed when the brackets are revealed for this year's NCAA tournament. That got me looking around at the various projections and seeing what teams are being most projected as 4 and 5 seeds. I have come up with 13 teams that seem to be in the range of being opponents for Akron. This, of course, is all conjecture and the committee could pull some major surprises but of the following who would you most want to see the Zips play and who would you want to see them play the least?
Wisconsin, Syracuse, Kansas State, UNLV, St. Louis, Marquette, Arizona, Notre Dame, Pitt, Michigan, UCLA, Butler, and Michigan State.
The two teams that scare me the most there are St. Louis and Michigan. The Billikens are really, really good but don't have the name recognition for us to "shock the world" with a win. The Wolverines not only would be determined to not be "one and done" like they were last year but knowing that they were knocked out by a MAC school I believe they'd play it as sort of a revenge game.
I'd love a shot at UCLA, especially in a 5 vs. 12 setup where the Bruins would not be geographically protected.
24 Mar 2012
How much playing time and how important of a role do you all see the incoming freshman and returning inexperienced players on the Zips roster getting in 2012-13?
I am particularly interested in how much playing time some of the returnees like Justice, Ibitayo, and Egner will be getting next season. How big a role would you like to see these guys and the incoming freshmen have next season? How deep can the rotation go effectively?
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