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  1. 2 points
    I voted 16-20 but probably on the low side of that
  2. 2 points
    Hard to project having not seen them in a game yet, but I am optimistic guessing 15-20. Hard not to see 8-10 wins in conference. Maine, NH, UML, and Bing are all bad. Assume 6-2 or 7-1 against those 4. Then go 3-5 against SBU, Hartford, UMBC, and UVM. That's 9-10 wins. Going 6-8 or 7-7 in the OOC should be doable, even though there is no cupcake LCC on the schedule. Add 1 playoff win. I am hoping the above is being conservative.
  3. 2 points
    Hopefully, GWU has learned its lesson and will take out its anger on its next opponent
  4. 2 points
    Some of the people on this board seem like recently dumped boyfriends that cant get over the loss of their hot girlfriends. Neither won anything here, correct, but both represented the university well, and will continue to do so throughout this season. Beyond that, Cremo is a local kid. If you feel burned by them fine. No reason to bitch and complain in this thread. Many of us will continue to root for them both and may want to discuss how they do in their new roles. Get over yourselves. Move on. David looked pretty good for the most part, but made some bad decisions. Really the same stuff that plagued him here last season. Joe seemed comfortable, but it also looked like he was used in the way he stated he didnt want to be used. He pretty much was spotting up on the outside, and if he didn't get the ball he was uninvolved. On a different note, I couldn't stop thinking about Bill Laimbeer with the facemask.
  5. 2 points
    For those who don't care, lol, Cremo played 18 min and Nichols 17 min, not exactly garbage time so they are in the regular rotation, I think due to their experience on relatively young teams. Cremo ends up with 10 pts on 3 for 5 from 3 (1 of 2 at line, still missing some of those for some reason). Nichols had 3 pts on 1 of 5( 0 for 3 from 3) and a team high 3 TO. All 3 were him getting in lane, jumping, and no where to throw it over bigger, longer guys. His handle bringing it upcourt was very good against a power 5 team in FL. Weird part was him seeming to be very engaged in the game and his teammates, something that was amiss last season. Maybe you need a fresh start sometimes mentally.
  6. 2 points
    Jus saw that. Awesome. Anyone saying this isn’t good for Albany is insane. I’m still not happy they left...but we have two kids that are first guys or so off the bench for the national champs and a top ranked ACC team. Brown did a great job getting and coaching these kids.
  7. 1 point
    cast my vote, 18 ... I was going to say 19, but remembered that the series with our "friends from Loudonville" had been discontinued ... so, 18 it is
  8. 1 point
    According to Michael Kelly of the Gazette we'll be starting the three Aussie freshman tomorrow. Clark Healy Cambell Lulka Hanks Lulka, Clark and Devonte were also named captains.
  9. 1 point
    I will. It will be the money I usually spend on my 4 gold seats for football.
  10. 1 point
    Make your check out to the University at Albany Foundation.
  11. 1 point
    Will just seems to possess the uncanny ability to quickly develop players and instill a winning culture in them. Therefore, even though this year’s team is inexperienced, I still had to go with 16-20 victories. #GoDanes
  12. 1 point
    It's simplistic but I don't think "too" simplistic. Money is allocated to priorities. If the president makes it a priority the money that is available gets channeled accordingly (to the degree possible.) If the money has to be raised, it has to be a priority in order for a Development Office to focus on it. For our purposes, I would distinguish between priority and wish list. People fund priorities. They hope someone funds a wish list.
  13. 1 point
    I’m over Cremo and Nichols as far as the impact on UA. They are gone and that’s that. The rules allow them to leave as grad transfers so they’ve done nothing wrong. I’ve a huge problem with the one and done NBA feeder mills that laughingly call themselves college basketball programs. It’s not possible to tell the impact of the two in terms of good will and publicity when Albany gets mentioned. Brown has signed grad transfers and so we shouldn’t kick when our guys leave. I root for local kids no matter where they play, so Cremo gets my support. Nichols was just passing through. I don’t wish him ill will at all.