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Spin last won the day on December 13 2020

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  1. The schedule is posted. Looks like four game weekends (with a double header on Saturday) is the new standard on college baseball. That's going to be tough on the pitching staff, especially for (basically) a brand new program. Throw in a week day one-off against usually a local non-con opponent and off we go. That makes sense, no more trips to California and Texas, no non-conference overnight $tays. Maybe the virus brought about some common sense. Although I wanted to play Marshall again, our first win since returning My big question is will fans be allowed? Or just family? If fans stand along the fence or sit on the grassy knoll, will we be sent away? It's not an admission sport anyway. If not ZDN did a pretty good job of making the games available.
  2. I'm jealous of their baseball board. ...but their program has earned it.
  3. Big game by LCJ, surprising win. Loved listening to that broadcast crew, a breath of fresh air.
  4. I hope. The ball games were last spring. No announcer or anything, just a student with a tripod. Some didn't have audio IIRC. Still much better than nothing.
  5. I haven't had a lot of luck in the past contacting Spuds in the past. Going to other college sites I penciled together a partial schedule. Several other programs don't have their schedule out yet (kind of late compared to the past). Enough to start making plans. They're at Miami 5/21-23, we have friends down there. Most of the MAC games are in April and May this season.
  6. sar·casm | \ ˈsär-ˌka-zəm \ 1: a sharp and often satirical or ironic utterance designed to cut or give pain 2a: a mode of satirical wit depending for its effect on bitter, caustic, and often ironic language that is usually directed against an individual b: the use or language of sarcasm
  7. All those women’s sports aren’t going to pay for themselves (or attend football games for that matter).
  8. Pete was very smart, but I saw him as more of a “Gary Dee of sports talk”.
  9. He ran an entertaining show. Much better than most of the current locals not named Carman, or Rizzo BITD. Loved his radio shows, TV shows, the How Come Quickies, he was very knowledgeable but didn’t beat you over the head with it. It’s a sad day.
  10. Down by 14. Just that quick.
  11. I wonder when Baseball will post their schedule.
  12. ^unfortunately that's probably based in part with David Egbo being listed on their roster.
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