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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Burglund View Post
    It's not just rare at IUP.
    Off the top of my head, in the past 22 years since I've been around the PSAC, the only one-year QB transfer I can think of besides Failla is Cody Endres, at Slippery Rock. There may be others, but not many. I wouldn't count SRU's Tanner Garry even though he started just one season (2017) because he took a redshirt in 2016 while enrolled at SRU after transferring from Youngstown State.
    There have been a few others, but not very successful Woulard at Clarion, and Don King III at SRU. It seems its SRU that used the one season QB to the best effect, probably Enders being the THe best case, and Woulard being the worst. There are probably a few in the east - ESU comes to mind, but can't remember. Most are not that successful.

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    Schedule breakdown:

    New Haven - Fairly tough opener

    (at) Millersville - The 'Ville looked like a high school team in Indiana last year.

    Lock Haven - Final dress rehearsal

    (at) Mercyhurst - Part 1 of a grueling three weeks ... not an easy road trip.

    California - The Angry Mob that Monk loves may hunt down Homer ... Hawks have to be 4-0 entering this game. IUP oddly came out flat as sin on Homecoming a year ago.

    (at) SRU - IUP's won two of past three meetings ... Homecoming at SRU ... lot of drunk gym teachers ... tough atmosphere.

    (at) Clarion - The Golden Eagles always play IUP tough after the Hawks come off Cal/SRU

    Gannon - Team LIT AF's first return to Indiana since the 2017 brawl. Beef up security.

    (at) Seton Hill - De facto IUP home game

    Edinboro - Usually a tussle of sorts but a game IUP will handle

    (at) Shippensburg (or State Game) - The Red-Raiders 'witch-slapped' an IUP team last November -- that put up the worst effort of any IUP team I've ever seen. Hopefully they remember that day.



    The two 'trap' games are the Week 4 trip to Mercyhurst and then the trip to Clarion. They can't look past the Lakers even though everybody knows what's coming the following two weeks. Obviously after a brutal three-week stretch you just hope the team is healthy heading up to Clarion.


    11-0 - doubtful
    10-1 - possible
    9-2 - perhaps likely
    8-3 - would be disappointing
    7-4 - disaster

  3. #683

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironmaniup View Post
    There have been a few others, but not very successful Woulard at Clarion, and Don King III at SRU. It seems its SRU that used the one season QB to the best effect, probably Enders being the THe best case, and Woulard being the worst. There are probably a few in the east - ESU comes to mind, but can't remember. Most are not that successful.
    Woulard came to Clarion as a junior, so he was a one-year guy in the sense that he was only there one (incomplete) season, but he wasn't brought in to be a one-and-done kind of guy, a la Failla, Endres and now Maxwell.
    Nice call on King III. I had forgotten about him.

    East schools don't typically take a lot of DI transfers. West Chester took A.J. Long from Syracuse, but he was there a couple of years. ESU did have a guy from Temple, Tim DiGiorgio, but he came there as a junior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Burglund View Post
    Woulard came to Clarion as a junior, so he was a one-year guy in the sense that he was only there one (incomplete) season, but he wasn't brought in to be a one-and-done kind of guy, a la Failla, Endres and now Maxwell.
    Nice call on King III. I had forgotten about him.

    East schools don't typically take a lot of DI transfers. West Chester took A.J. Long from Syracuse, but he was there a couple of years. ESU did have a guy from Temple, Tim DiGiorgio, but he came there as a junior.


    King III caused quite a stir at SRU. He was one of Lutz's first big recruits. They gave him a full ride to get him to SRU ... something that was somewhat rare under Dr. Evil (who tended to spread the money around).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironmaniup View Post
    There have been a few others, but not very successful Woulard at Clarion, and Don King III at SRU. It seems its SRU that used the one season QB to the best effect, probably Enders being the THe best case, and Woulard being the worst. There are probably a few in the east - ESU comes to mind, but can't remember. Most are not that successful.
    The most successful one-year QB probably was the ROCK's Dante Nania. Endes transferred from Connecticut to THE ROCK and is the first I can recall; which was kinda of the start of the offense they are running now, thanks to then OC Phil Longo, who is now the OC at North Carolina and was previously the OC at Ole Miss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Schedule breakdown:

    New Haven - Fairly tough opener

    (at) Millersville - The 'Ville looked like a high school team in Indiana last year.

    Lock Haven - Final dress rehearsal

    (at) Mercyhurst - Part 1 of a grueling three weeks ... not an easy road trip.

    California - The Angry Mob that Monk loves may hunt down Homer ... Hawks have to be 4-0 entering this game. IUP oddly came out flat as sin on Homecoming a year ago.

    (at) SRU - IUP's won two of past three meetings ... Homecoming at SRU ... lot of drunk gym teachers ... tough atmosphere.

    (at) Clarion - The Golden Eagles always play IUP tough after the Hawks come off Cal/SRU

    Gannon - Team LIT AF's first return to Indiana since the 2017 brawl. Beef up security.

    (at) Seton Hill - De facto IUP home game

    Edinboro - Usually a tussle of sorts but a game IUP will handle

    (at) Shippensburg (or State Game) - The Red-Raiders 'witch-slapped' an IUP team last November -- that put up the worst effort of any IUP team I've ever seen. Hopefully they remember that day.



    The two 'trap' games are the Week 4 trip to Mercyhurst and then the trip to Clarion. They can't look past the Lakers even though everybody knows what's coming the following two weeks. Obviously after a brutal three-week stretch you just hope the team is healthy heading up to Clarion.


    11-0 - doubtful
    10-1 - possible
    9-2 - perhaps likely
    8-3 - would be disappointing
    7-4 - disaster
    New Haven should not be that difficult they had a ton of Seniors last year, and their best Defensive player now plays for IUP.

    might change 8-3 - perhaps likely- based on their road schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPMonk View Post
    The IUP Angry Mob will be back in force if 7-4 happens. As of now the Angry Mob is being patient by taking a "wait and see" attitude. Having said that, funding has been attained to refurbish the Tool Shed and buy all new implements of destruction - just in case.
    Yeah, the IUP Angry Mob can be compared to the Viet Cong in the manner in which they blend into the countryside. They are out there. Some are shopkeepers. Some are students. Some are bankers. Some are just everyday folks. But make no mistake, they are out there and they have the ability to materialize in a matter of minutes. They are everywhere and nowhere all at once.

    I was just trying to recall some of the names of fellow Angry Mobers. I remember there was that one lady a few years back who seemed like she was at the end of her rope with things. I think her name was Manette or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUP CRIMSON HAWKS View Post
    Yeah, the IUP Angry Mob can be compared to the Viet Cong in the manner in which they blend into the countryside. They are out there. Some are shopkeepers. Some are students. Some are bankers. Some are just everyday folks. But make no mistake, they are out there and they have the ability to materialize in a matter of minutes. They are everywhere and nowhere all at once.

    I was just trying to recall some of the names of fellow Angry Mobers. I remember there was that one lady a few years back who seemed like she was at the end of her rope with things. I think her name was Manette or something like that.

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    "Every day we were looking for some guy named Charlie ... we never did find him."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRU 88 View Post
    New Haven should not be that difficult they had a ton of Seniors last year, and their best Defensive player now plays for IUP.

    might change 8-3 - perhaps likely- based on their road schedule
    I am guessing you are referring to the player from LIU - Post (Nazir Streater), or you actually referring to a player from New Haven? If so I am wondering who could that be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozsa2 View Post
    IUP trying an "All of the above" approach to start times. The 4pm start for Lock Haven is interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fightingscot82 View Post
    IUP trying an "All of the above" approach to start times. The 4pm start for Lock Haven is interesting.
    It's the HOF game. They always play it at 4 p.m.

    They have some luncheons and stuff prior to the game.

    It is dissapointing to not have at least one night game or Thursday.

    I wish they could flip Cal and LH. Cal will have a big crowd regardless ... hate to waste the HC gate on a game that would draw well anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShoNuff View Post
    I am guessing you are referring to the player from LIU - Post (Nazir Streater), or you actually referring to a player from New Haven? If so I am wondering who could that be.
    You are right about Streater. But let's remember New Haven gave up 59 in their last game. I think Mercyhurst on the road will be a tougher game than New Haven at home for iiup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    It's the HOF game. They always play it at 4 p.m.

    They have some luncheons and stuff prior to the game.

    It is dissapointing to not have at least one night game or Thursday.

    I wish they could flip Cal and LH. Cal will have a big crowd regardless ... hate to waste the HC gate on a game that would draw well anyway.
    I'm the exact opposite haha. I think we play too many night games. I grew up spending fall Saturday afternoons at SRU football games. The lights were installed for my final season on the team. The much ballyhooed 'FIRST NIGHT GAME' didn't exactly go according to plan for us. Neither did the second one. Or the third one. Night games at SRU will just always feel odd to me. But ... I would have zero problem with the program playing it's first home game at 6 or 7 p.m. After that, get back to 1 or 2 p.m. start times. This ends my old man, get off my lawn rant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRU 88 View Post
    You are right about Streater. But let's remember New Haven gave up 59 in their last game. I think Mercyhurst on the road will be a tougher game than New Haven at home for iiup.
    It won't be too much tougher. Both IUP and New Haven will be breaking in new QBs. So I think it will take some time before IUP's offense really click.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShoNuff View Post
    It won't be too much tougher. Both IUP and New Haven will be breaking in new QBs. So I think it will take some time before IUP's offense really click.
    I think we, as a whole, are being pessimistic. This is a baller coming in here. Expectations are high. Don't pretend they aren't.

    8-3 may fly some places. This isn't one of them.


    He's here to win. Big. Immediately.

    Tort gets handed a lot of coin. We don't rebuild. This isn't the bush leagues of D2. Last year was a free pass. Last year is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    I think we, as a whole, are being pessimistic. This is a baller coming in here. Expectations are high. Don't pretend they aren't.

    8-3 may fly some places. This isn't one of them.


    He's here to win. Big. Immediately.

    Tort gets handed a lot of coin. We don't rebuild. This isn't the bush leagues of D2.

    I’m in Vegas right now.... The over under is at 9.5.

    Lot of noise from the PSAC in the Vegas books this week.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IUP24 View Post
    I’m in Vegas right now.... The over under is at 9.5.

    Lot of noise from the PSAC in the Vegas books this week.


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    If you lose and can't pay, well, you'll sleep with the squirrel's in the Oak/Maple Grove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Ace Rothstein says lay the heavy lumber on Tort.

    If you lose and can't pay, well, you'll sleep with the squirrel's in the Oak/Maple Grove.

    Saw the Chainsmokers at Encore Beach Club today. I’m the only one in condition to even walk to the sports book anywhere... Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozsa2 View Post
    I'm the exact opposite haha. I think we play too many night games. I grew up spending fall Saturday afternoons at SRU football games. The lights were installed for my final season on the team. The much ballyhooed 'FIRST NIGHT GAME' didn't exactly go according to plan for us. Neither did the second one. Or the third one. Night games at SRU will just always feel odd to me. But ... I would have zero problem with the program playing it's first home game at 6 or 7 p.m. After that, get back to 1 or 2 p.m. start times. This ends my old man, get off my lawn rant.
    College football should be played on Saturday afternoon (most of the time).

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