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  • What we know of the NSIC Schedules

    After doing a little digging on school websites, I was able to put together about 90% of the season schedule. Just missing a few dates for some schools. Looks like an interesting beat to put together a schedule big you ask me lol

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...t?usp=drivesdk

  • #2
    That document is locked, so I can't see it. But I believe that all the schedules are the same as the originally announced 2020 schedules, so I can probably help fill in any gaps.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
      That document is locked, so I can't see it. But I believe that all the schedules are the same as the originally announced 2020 schedules, so I can probably help fill in any gaps.
      ​​​​I'll try updating this really quick to make it viewable

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      • #4
        It's viewable now, but it does show your name.

        So the basic structure is as follows:

        * Weeks 1-4: Seven cross-divisional games
        * Weeks 5-11: Six divisional games and one cross-divisional game

        Each team will only miss two of the teams in the other division. Most notably, UMD will miss USF, while BSU will miss Winona.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
          It's viewable now, but it does show your name.

          So the basic structure is as follows:

          * Weeks 1-4: Seven cross-divisional games
          * Weeks 5-11: Six divisional games and one cross-divisional game

          Each team will only miss two of the teams in the other division. Most notably, UMD will miss USF, while BSU will miss Winona.
          Thanks, I guess I deduced that without actually realizing I had. I'm stuck at a point where basically all games are interchangeable. At least according to the little logic puzzle I was putting together.
          ​​​​If I just knew one more game I'd have it nailed from there. I know who everyone plays, just not when every game will be held.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
            It's viewable now, but it does show your name.

            So the basic structure is as follows:

            * Weeks 1-4: Seven cross-divisional games
            * Weeks 5-11: Six divisional games and one cross-divisional game

            Each team will only miss two of the teams in the other division. Most notably, UMD will miss USF, while BSU will miss Winona.
            Do you have any hints when MSU plays UMD and BSU? With those 2 games I can finish the rest of the schedule

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            • #7
              Originally posted by zimmy21 View Post

              Do you have any hints when MSU plays UMD and BSU? With those 2 games I can finish the rest of the schedule
              Looks like weeks 2 and 3, respectively.

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              • #8
                Sawyers last regular season home is against Mankato, man that game is going to be packed.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Inkblot View Post

                  Looks like weeks 2 and 3, respectively.
                  Nice, does that match the original 2020 schedule?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by WSUWarriorFan View Post
                    Sawyers last regular season home is against Mankato, man that game is going to be packed.
                    That could be a really fun game. So curious to see how the virus will have changed the dynamic of the conferences beat teams

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by WSUWarriorFan View Post
                      Sawyers last regular season home is against Mankato, man that game is going to be packed.
                      A way too early question but do you think they would find his successor within the program or go outside the program?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

                        A way too early question but do you think they would find his successor within the program or go outside the program?
                        My knowledge of the program is very minimal outside of going to a couple games a year. I believe both coordinators have been there for a while so I wouldn't be surprised if they went that way but being a coordinator doesn't always translate to being a good head coach. Sawyer has done amazing things for the program hopefully the next person can keep it going.

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