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  • #31
    Originally posted by cwfenn View Post

    Yep, mark your calendars for 11/9. Pace at Stonehill could be the league championship game!
    What happens if STONEHILL wins but gets stomped AGAIN by NHU on 11/16 ???

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    • #32
      Originally posted by CALUPA69 View Post

      What happens if STONEHILL wins but gets stomped AGAIN by NHU on 11/16 ???
      Oh boy...can’t forget about Assumption too. If they beat Stonehill, then they need Pace to lose as well, which could happen since they’ve already faced the easiest teams and SCSU, who they play twice, looks improved. Could be a lot of back and forth these next few weeks.

      Stonehill needs to prove that their success isn’t related to a weak schedule, and Assumption needs to gain more consistency, especially on defense. Three teams in the top tier right now, and any of them can end up on top. So, it’s a bit complicated.

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      • #33
        In fairness to UNH (did I really just write that?), the St. A game was a bit of a trap game with SCSU on the slate next and it is SC’s home coming game...

        I did see the video of SC’s game against Bentley. Offense is a whole different squad with Ostrowsky! Kid looks really good, threw for over 400 yards. I hope the Owls give UNH a game

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Scowl View Post
          In fairness to UNH (did I really just write that?), the St. A game was a bit of a trap game with SCSU on the slate next and it is SC’s home coming game...

          I did see the video of SC’s game against Bentley. Offense is a whole different squad with Ostrowsky! Kid looks really good, threw for over 400 yards. I hope the Owls give UNH a game
          I don't see the trap when you're playing a team that scores 15 ppg and gives up 50 on average. UNH is a strange team.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by CALUPA69 View Post
            I don't see the trap when you're playing a team that scores 15 ppg and gives up 50 on average. UNH is a strange team.
            You probably don’t understand the SC/UNH rivalry. Kids could have easily been looking ahead and past what they thought was an inferior team. Other than that, google “trap game”

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Scowl View Post

              You probably don’t understand the SC/UNH rivalry. Kids could have easily been looking ahead and past what they thought was an inferior team. Other than that, google “trap game”
              I know what a trap game is but having watched CAL U play them in week one, I think I can say, that a team that has won 7 games in 4 years is an inferior team. Not in the sense that they aren't trying, but they simply don't have the players. It isn't easy to give up an average of 50 ppg. The VULCANS took a lot of grief on the PSAC page for even scheduling the game. The CHARGERS scored more points the CAL U did vs IUP and then crushed STONEHILL and beat PACE before losing to the HAWKS. Well, hopefully they got that game out of their system and are ready to take it to SCSU.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by CALUPA69 View Post

                I know what a trap game is but having watched CAL U play them in week one, I think I can say, that a team that has won 7 games in 4 years is an inferior team. Not in the sense that they aren't trying, but they simply don't have the players. It isn't easy to give up an average of 50 ppg. The VULCANS took a lot of grief on the PSAC page for even scheduling the game. The CHARGERS scored more points the CAL U did vs IUP and then crushed STONEHILL and beat PACE before losing to the HAWKS. Well, hopefully they got that game out of their system and are ready to take it to SCSU.
                Go back to the PSAC board and rag on those teams.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by NE10Fan View Post

                  Go back to the PSAC board and rag on those teams.
                  Been there, doing that.

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                  • #39
                    I know they left the conference after last year but did anyone notice somehow someway Merrimack packed Duane Stadium last weekend with a record 10k+ for their homecoming game against Bryant? I'm still trying to figure out how they got that many people in such a small stadium where capacity is only at 4k. While they haven't beaten a FCS opponent yet this season they actually have been pretty competitive in 3 out of the 4 FCS games they've played losing by a score in each of those games.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by shipfbfan12 View Post
                      I know they left the conference after last year but did anyone notice somehow someway Merrimack packed Duane Stadium last weekend with a record 10k+ for their homecoming game against Bryant? I'm still trying to figure out how they got that many people in such a small stadium where capacity is only at 4k. While they haven't beaten a FCS opponent yet this season they actually have been pretty competitive in 3 out of the 4 FCS games they've played losing by a score in each of those games.
                      Wow, I had no idea. I think they did renovations to have 7500 seats with the potential to expand to 10000+. Guess moving up to D1 is working for them so far, every home game has had attendance close to or above their top attendance from 2018 (3700 people).

                      Or, they paid off the fire marshal. (Probably shouldn’t say that, I think Paul mentioned previously that one of his children goes there)

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                      • #41
                        There is a track around the field and a huge amount of standing room area. There are only seats on one side (4000), but there is a standing room concourse along the visitors side. 10k is not outrageous as far as fitting that many, the fact that they got that many is harder to believe. They are in a 4 year ramp-up to be full D1 and their schedule includes an NAIA team from North Dakota, Franklin Pierce who is now NE10 - D2 team moved up from a Sprint Football program, Virginia Lynchburg, a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association. It would seem that they are ramping up slowly and hand picking teams. So how good is the NEC is my question?
                        Last edited by NE10Fan; 10-18-2019, 11:27 AM.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by CALUPA69 View Post
                          I don't see the trap when you're playing a team that scores 15 ppg and gives up 50 on average. UNH is a strange team.
                          I do agree with you, NH is a strange team this year. Also, though, St. A. had trapped them three times now, especially in 2010 when beating them meant a playoff spot.

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