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  1. Maybe,When the Big East sponsored D-l football Hoya sax,(Georgetown) played in the Patriot League D-11 & Hoya sax never even scheduled a Big East school for a non conference football game and there part of the Big East. Maybe the UofA might consider this type of venture? Or something?
  2. Other schools move from conference to conference up down side to side,I’m just suggesting what conference might work because the Mac is not.I want the UofA to get to the next level. I just wanted to start a fire thanks for the fuel! Man this form is gangster.
  3. You can have different teams in other conferences look at West Virginia soccer. is that you George Thomas?
  4. Holiday road, With all things considered I’m thinking the OAC might be the most efficient choice for the UofA with out being emotional,most businesses is done with what makes cents😉?
  5. Wow They had more people at there D III Basketball game then at Akron football game.
  6. People that sell popcorn want you to watch games on tv,the school would like butts in the seats,go to the game! Everthing except soccer to the OAC, then you can have fans and compete?
  7. Soccer the Big East or ACC just because of there styles of playing. Basketball Conference USA in that conference they could recruit better players. Football the The OAC just imagine playing Mount Union & John Carroll at least the football stadium would be half full.Division one football doesn’t seem to be working? Maybe The Missouri conference?Or no football As for the other sports the could stay in the Mac ?
  8. The MAC is the only league that has divisions (east,west) in this day in age& why?(no other leagues do this none).Akron is better than the MAC,get out if everyone calling for change start there.Akron’s location allows them to play on the eastern coast or mid-Atlantic or midwestern.The MAC is hold Akron back!Leave!
  9. Akron should leave the MAC today
  10. Akron doesn’t have the personal to be good in any sport except soccer.
  11. The juco players aren’t settled in yet next half there nervousness will be gone watch.
  12. Liberty basketball Won @UCLA & Kent State
  13. No. 25 Buffalo clings to ranking heading to Akron Buffalo, which hung on in the rankings on Monday at No. 25, will play a pair of road games this week, the first being against Akron on Tuesday. Buffalo (20-3, 8-2 MAC) will also play at Toledo on Friday. The Bulls, following a 92-88 loss at Bowling Green on Feb. 1, had eight days to stew over that defeat and seemed on the verge of stewing over their first losing streak of the season when visiting Central Michigan took a 32-14 lead in the first half on Saturday. But with third-leading scorer and leading rebounder Nick Perkins sitting out the first half for a violation of team rules, the Bulls quickly restored order. Buffalo rallied to pull within five at halftime and then dominated Central Michigan in the second half to earn a 90-76 win as it heads for a more routine schedule in the coming days. "I thought we were really good (Saturday) after those first 12 minutes," Buffalo head coach Nate Oats after the Central Michigan win. "After that initial charge by them, we got back to playing that blue-collar brand of basketball that has won us a lot of games this year." Buffalo, which dropped two spots in this week's poll, is ranked for the 14th consecutive week. If there is one concern for the Bulls, it's the health of senior guard and leading scorer C.J. Massinburg, who is battling a shoulder injury. Massinburg was scoreless in the first half against Central Michigan, but rebounded in the second half to score 18 points. He is averaging 18.4 points this season. "It was definitely killing me," Massinburg told the Buffalo News. "When you know that you're a guy that will lay your whole body out there for the team, and nothing is going your way, it definitely hurt me. But I just tried to stay positive through it and encourage my teammates." Akron (14-9, 6-4) is in third place in the MAC East standings, two games behind Bowling Green and Buffalo. The Zips are playing their best basketball of the season, having won four of their last five games and coming off a 72-53 home win over Kent State last Friday. Coached by former Ohio University and Illinois coach John Groce, the Zips have renewed themselves thanks to an improved defense. The Zips enter leading the MAC in scoring defense at 62.0 points per game. "It's our guys," Groce said in the Akron Beacon Journal. "They've really bought into how we defend, the scheme that we play, how we do scouting. It takes great sacrifice to play really hard and play really together in that way for 40 minutes." Offensively, Akron is a balanced squad that has four players averaging in double-figures -- junior Daniel Utomi (13.9 points per game), sophomore Loren Cristian Jackson (13.4), senior Jimond Ivey (13.3) and junior Tyler Cheese (10.3). The game will be the first of two meetings in a span of two weeks between the Bulls and the Zips. The rematch will be held Feb. 26 at Buffalo. --Field Level Media
  14. Akron shot 19% from behind arch, the philosophy of keep shooting until you hit,is not working with this group.No help to the ball on defense.Akron basketball and football will probably never be that competitive,at this point in time the way fans would like.The UofA should focus on more money on just soccer there the only sport that is consistently competitive.
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