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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloChip View Post
    Slightly less boring. But, not by much. Kinda like if this thread was titled "OT-LSC Soccer."
    Hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUPops View Post
    So ASU has the highest win% of all LSC schools across the board????
    That's what my figures show, I was actually quiet surprised to see that. I figured WT would be at the top of that list due to their results in the D2 cup thingy. But my numbers don't show track and field, cross country, men's soccer, tennis, etc. and I know they have been really good in some of those sports as well.

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    https://gobuffsgo.com/news/2019/4/5/...ctors-cup.aspx

    Since we're on the topic, I saw this today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff Fan 05 View Post
    https://gobuffsgo.com/news/2019/4/5/...ctors-cup.aspx

    Since we're on the topic, I saw this today
    This is why I was surprised by the results from my stats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASURAM2010 View Post
    This is why I was surprised by the results from my stats.
    I guess it has to be the track stuff that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff Fan 05 View Post
    I guess it has to be the track stuff that helps
    Just imagine how much higher our teams would be ranked, if our football programs could get their respective crap together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASURAM2010 View Post
    Just imagine how much higher our teams would be ranked, if our football programs could get their respective crap together!
    Yeah no kidding. The stage has been set with the stadium at WT. Guess we will see what the team can do to match it. Personally, anything less than 8 wins will be a disappointment. Nesbitt was fired for 6 win seasons so I don't see 7 being some big improvement. I'm losing patience with football

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff Fan 05 View Post
    https://gobuffsgo.com/news/2019/4/5/...ctors-cup.aspx

    Since we're on the topic, I saw this today
    Congrats to WT!!!

    However, I dont think most Texas schools care much about this. I looked at the results and the line items were Fencing, Hockey, Skiing, Swimming, Rifle, Wrestling, T & F. Then you must have M & W Basketball, Volleyball, and Baseball. (Haha). I think its 15 predetermined sports.

    How bout some football, bulldogging, roping, and bull riding? That may get some Texas schools interested.

    I also thought this was an old NCAA thing. It's not. It started in 1994 by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (professional assoc for ADs) and USA Today. Here is about it:

    https://thedirectorscup.com/about/

    I was wondering why I never heard of this thing until a WT poster brought it up like a year or two ago. Now I know. Finally, a reason for me to start following Curling!! YESSSS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff Fan 05 View Post
    Yeah no kidding. The stage has been set with the stadium at WT. Guess we will see what the team can do to match it. Personally, anything less than 8 wins will be a disappointment. Nesbitt was fired for 6 win seasons so I don't see 7 being some big improvement. I'm losing patience with football
    Hang in there.

    The excitement of the stadium will do wonders for WT football for the next two seasons. Look what happened with ASU football in 2014 (1st year of LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field) beat TAMUC to win LSC Playoff Championship & went two rounds in the National Playoffs.

    I expect WT to be competing for a LSC title and playoff spot in 2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUPops View Post
    Congrats to WT!!!

    However, I dont think most Texas schools care much about this. I looked at the results and the line items were Fencing, Hockey, Skiing, Swimming, Rifle, Wrestling, T & F. Then you must have M & W Basketball, Volleyball, and Baseball. (Haha). I think its 15 predetermined sports.

    How bout some football, bulldogging, roping, and bull riding? That may get some Texas schools interested.

    I also thought this was an old NCAA thing. It's not. It started in 1994 by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (professional assoc for ADs) and USA Today. Here is about it:

    https://thedirectorscup.com/about/

    I was wondering why I never heard of this thing until a WT poster brought it up like a year or two ago. Now I know. Finally, a reason for me to start following Curling!! YESSSS!
    I wish someone would redo this spreadsheet counting only football, basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, track and field, golf, tennis, and (yes) soccer. You know, the real sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUPops View Post
    Hang in there.

    The excitement of the stadium will do wonders for WT football for the next two seasons. Look what happened with ASU football in 2014 (1st year of LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field) beat TAMUC to win LSC Playoff Championship & went two rounds in the National Playoffs.

    I expect WT to be competing for a LSC title and playoff spot in 2019.
    I'm still a bit skeptical. I hope you're right. If you are, I'll be one happy f*cking camper.

    I just had a preview of the seating and chose my seats for the new stadium. Section 208, row K, Seats 1,2,3,4. On the aisle. 45 yard line. Get out of our seats, turn right, and be in the Buffalo Club area. Food, booze, TVs, elevator up from a club seat entrance. Can't wait. Come down for a game and sit with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloChip View Post
    I'm still a bit skeptical. I hope you're right. If you are, I'll be one happy f*cking camper.

    I just had a preview of the seating and chose my seats for the new stadium. Section 208, row K, Seats 1,2,3,4. On the aisle. 45 yard line. Get out of our seats, turn right, and be in the Buffalo Club area. Food, booze, TVs, elevator up from a club seat entrance. Can't wait. Come down for a game and sit with us.
    If you don't mind, shoot me a message what I'd be looking at price wise for season tickets with the chair backs.
    I requested info online last Fall but they just called and left me a message with no real info

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUPops View Post
    Hang in there.

    The excitement of the stadium will do wonders for WT football for the next two seasons. Look what happened with ASU football in 2014 (1st year of LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field) beat TAMUC to win LSC Playoff Championship & went two rounds in the National Playoffs.

    I expect WT to be competing for a LSC title and playoff spot in 2019.
    Kinda of a generic quote, I suspect at least half a dozen others will be doing the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloChip View Post
    I'm still a bit skeptical. I hope you're right. If you are, I'll be one happy f*cking camper.

    I just had a preview of the seating and chose my seats for the new stadium. Section 208, row K, Seats 1,2,3,4. On the aisle. 45 yard line. Get out of our seats, turn right, and be in the Buffalo Club area. Food, booze, TVs, elevator up from a club seat entrance. Can't wait. Come down for a game and sit with us.
    You have every right to be. If the team wallows around again at 5-6 or 6-5 then what you see is what you will get. Lived this with years of listening to Dykes babble on about how this was the year. Dykes is lucky he coached in the day, his son is not so lucky to have mediocre expectations. Sonny just gets shown the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techster88 View Post
    You have every right to be. If the team wallows around again at 5-6 or 6-5 then what you see is what you will get. Lived this with years of listening to Dykes babble on about how this was the year. Dykes is lucky he coached in the day, his son is not so lucky to have mediocre expectations. Sonny just gets shown the door.
    Yeah, till Hughes and staff make a statement by exhibiting solid play on both sides of the ball, win games they should win easily, and win games against traditional top tier LSC competition consistently, I have to reserve unconditional enthusiasm. When we quit being the underdog every year against Midwestern or Commerce or Eastern, I'll be a believer.

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    Well the baseball race cleared itself up a little bit this weekend with ASU sweeping Cameron. The closest game was a 5 run differential and ASU outscored Cameron 61-14 in a 4 game set.
    Nick Seginowich was again on a different level this weekend. He went 7-13 with 1 double, 5 homeruns, 14 RBI, and 6 runs scored with just 1 strike out. For the season he is hitting .398 with 13 home runs and 47 RBI.
    However, he wasn't the only Ram who had a big weekend.
    Nick Novak was 7-14, with 1 double, 2 homeruns, 2 walks, 11 RBI's with no strike outs on the weekend
    Josh Elvir was 7-10, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 6 Walks, and is now hitting .457 for the season. Josh leads the conference in walks, Slugging %, second in RBI (to Nick Seginowhich who has a 9 RBI lead)
    With the sweep, ASU now has 3 game lead over WT. We play the next 8 conference games on the road at Eastern and at Tarleton and we finish up at home against Kingsville. And it looks like we are going to need to win most of those as WT (who is in 2nd) has home series against Tarleton and UTPB and then finishes up on the road at Cameron.

    Should be a fun run to the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloChip View Post
    Yeah, till Hughes and staff make a statement by exhibiting solid play on both sides of the ball, win games they should win easily, and win games against traditional top tier LSC competition consistently, I have to reserve unconditional enthusiasm. When we quit being the underdog every year against Midwestern or Commerce or Eastern, I'll be a believer.
    Yeah, the Eastern game was the worst of the Hughes era, and as bad as anything Nesbitt ever had. I drove up for that game. I couldn't believe the offense, it was like they had started the 4th stringers. At least we made a very good showing against Midwestern, and the best games of the year were against ASU and CWU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloChip View Post
    I'm still a bit skeptical. I hope you're right. If you are, I'll be one happy f*cking camper.

    I just had a preview of the seating and chose my seats for the new stadium. Section 208, row K, Seats 1,2,3,4. On the aisle. 45 yard line. Get out of our seats, turn right, and be in the Buffalo Club area. Food, booze, TVs, elevator up from a club seat entrance. Can't wait. Come down for a game and sit with us.
    Mark my words.

    If scheduling permits, I would enjoy that. Thanks for the invite!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techster88 View Post
    Kinda of a generic quote, I suspect at least half a dozen others will be doing the same.
    "Suspect" would be generic. I EXPECT.

    And I "suspect" four teams will make an HONEST attempt at the LSC championship. EVERYONE is coming in wanting to compete for the top spot....of course.

    Now back to BASEBALL!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASURAM2010 View Post
    Well the baseball race cleared itself up a little bit this weekend with ASU sweeping Cameron. The closest game was a 5 run differential and ASU outscored Cameron 61-14 in a 4 game set.
    Nick Seginowich was again on a different level this weekend. He went 7-13 with 1 double, 5 homeruns, 14 RBI, and 6 runs scored with just 1 strike out. For the season he is hitting .398 with 13 home runs and 47 RBI.
    However, he wasn't the only Ram who had a big weekend.
    Nick Novak was 7-14, with 1 double, 2 homeruns, 2 walks, 11 RBI's with no strike outs on the weekend
    Josh Elvir was 7-10, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 6 Walks, and is now hitting .457 for the season. Josh leads the conference in walks, Slugging %, second in RBI (to Nick Seginowhich who has a 9 RBI lead)
    With the sweep, ASU now has 3 game lead over WT. We play the next 8 conference games on the road at Eastern and at Tarleton and we finish up at home against Kingsville. And it looks like we are going to need to win most of those as WT (who is in 2nd) has home series against Tarleton and UTPB and then finishes up on the road at Cameron.

    Should be a fun run to the end.
    Excellent weekend!!!

    The final stretch is going to be challenging. The schedule favors WT, but if ASU is as good as they appear to be, then the should be able to bring it home.

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