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  1. yellowjacketalum's Avatar
    Coaches come and go in the NE-10, Coach Art Wilkins is the constant.
  2. TrueBlue10's Avatar
    Chuck, I really appreciate your comments. I'm a student and a fan here at UNH, so what am I suppose to say? Like you said, there are some unknowns with the new coaches and new players and UNH might end up in last place at the end of the season. I was just want to give my opinions about the NE10 blogger picks. The NE10 coaches picked Bentley to at number 8 and NE10 blogger had UNH behind Bentley since they too have a new coach? Again it's just my opinion and I could be way off with my own picks.
  3. Chuck Bitner's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlue10
    Yes you are so right, they DID finish behind Stonehill LAST SEASON. This is 2014 season. Just like Bentley DID finish behind Stonehill LAST SEASON but NOT 1014. So what is your point?
    Can you make an argument for why they will be better? Maybe they will be, but they did lose a lot on offense and Pincince has never been a head coach before, so there are some unknowns.
  4. TrueBlue10's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Horror Child
    New Haven did finish behind Stonehill last season.
    Yes you are so right, they DID finish behind Stonehill LAST SEASON. This is 2014 season. Just like Bentley DID finish behind Stonehill LAST SEASON but NOT 1014. So what is your point?
  5. Horror Child's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlue10
    This is a terrible pick. UNH is below Stonehill and Bentley? AIC maybe, but Stonehill and Bentley? WOW.........
    New Haven did finish behind Stonehill last season.
  6. Paul Falewicz's Avatar
    New faces for UNH is the reason I have them 4th. They have a good test in week one and we will see where they stand.
  7. TrueBlue10's Avatar
    This is a terrible pick. UNH is below Stonehill and Bentley? AIC maybe, but Stonehill and Bentley? WOW.........
  8. cwfenn's Avatar
    While I always hope UNH will finish at the top, the team has had a lot of changes, and AIC looks like they will be really tough to beat.
  9. Paul Falewicz's Avatar
    Thanks for the kind words. I enjoy covering the league and promoting it as well. I did change Assumption to fourth in the league. My bad.
  10. cwfenn's Avatar
    I know I'm nitpicking, but didn't New Haven finish ahead of Assumption due to the head-to-head tiebreaker?
  11. NewHaven Alum's Avatar
    AFA New Haven is concerned, we are loosing a few seniors this year but we have some great recruits over the last few years. I also hope that coach Rossomondo will be at the helm next season. Last but not least, I really am so proud to have you as our blogger, also enjoy all of your comments, posts even if you pick against my Chargers. Just kidding.
  12. NewHaven Alum's Avatar
    Paul, I completely agree that AIC deserved to be in the playoff. They are a very physical football team not to mention that they are our conference's champs. It will be a very interesting 2014 football season with many new changes in the conference. I've been hoping every year that our conference will improve and be even more competitive.
  13. Paul Falewicz's Avatar
    When I pick against AIC, they seem to win. So let's hope that the trend continues.
  14. yellowjacketalum's Avatar
    Amazing break down Paul. If we can contain Rondell White we have a great chance. I believe we can pull off the upset.
  15. Paul Falewicz's Avatar
    This could get interesting this weekend if there are a bunch of upsets. The bottom line is that one of top six teams right now are out. The NE-10 will have a slot and one of them is out. Of course, two of the top six teams are guaranteed to lose because they are playing each other. Which one that is out will be decided on Saturday.
  16. Chuck Bitner's Avatar
    If VSU wins, both CIAA teams make the post season. Paul, you raised a possible scenario that I've been thinking about, which is a 10-1 WCU team possibly being left out. It seems unlikely, but it could happen if VSU and Slippery Rock win. Bloomsburg would be 9-2 but the committee might keep them ahead of WCU because of head to head. Also, if Stonehill would happen to win, Bloom would have head to head on two teams in the running, so WCU could be the one left out.
  17. Paul Falewicz's Avatar
    I think that if WSSU loses, Virginia State will be ranked ahead of them. WSSU could possibly be # 6 in the region and the NE-10 team bumps them out of the playoffs with EA. They have historically not penalized the loser of the PSAC game. The wild card is West Chester. With a weak SOS this week, they could be the big loser if WSSU loses. I think that 2 CIAA teams could get in if Virginia St wins. West Chester might be bumped at that point. If WSSU wins, it is easier as Virginia State is out.
  18. ECSUGRADWSSUDAD's Avatar
    Let's say Winston loses to Virginia State in the CIAA Championship game. You are saying they would be on the "bubble" to make the play-offs, yet the loser of the PSAC State game will get in?? Hmmm.....could you explain why you would think that?
  19. Paul Falewicz's Avatar
    I was thinking tie breakers as they would all have one loss in the division. But I saw later that the winner of the WC/Bloom game is the division champ.
  20. Chuck Bitner's Avatar
    ^ I agree. It wouldn't. Ship needs Bloom to take another loss. If that happens, Ship will jump them in the rankings. Ship would have three losses to Bloom's two, but we know how the committee feels about the importance of head to head. Paul may have been thinking in terms of the PSAC championship, but that is already out of reach for Ship. The tie-breakers would favor Bloom.
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