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Here we go next week vs. UMBC!

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11 hours ago, UAalum72 said:

No, you're right, but you had to look quick. The passes were so crisp the first man-up only lasted seven seconds, the second 18. The third we got two shots

Yep.  I have been telling other for a while that they need to attack on man up and stop the constant passes back and forth.  What do I know though?

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On the weekly radio interview Coach Marr dialed back the expectations of Connor and Justin playing this weekend. Didn't rule either of them out, day to day, but based upon what he said wouldn't be shocked if we don't see them until Binghamton.

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3 hours ago, AlbanyFan2018 said:

On the weekly radio interview Coach Marr dialed back the expectations of Connor and Justin playing this weekend. Didn't rule either of them out, day to day, but based upon what he said wouldn't be shocked if we don't see them until Binghamton.

Hmmmm.

 

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Let's hope for a dry field at UMBC ... good practices during the week ... an uneventful trip to Baltimore .... is the team busing or flying down?

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Yep, no reason to risk either one's health for a UMBC game.

A bus trip to Baltimore is a little less $ienaty than one to Orono, but not much less.

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In the last couple of years basketball team took a bus to UMBC, got sideswiped on the way back and dismounted a rear view mirror. Trainer remounted it with ankle tape

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Did the sideswiping occur in NJ?  No offense to anyone from NJ, but wife has a nickname for anyone driving with NJ plates...

New Jerkies.

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1 hour ago, uofalbany said:

Did the sideswiping occur in NJ?  No offense to anyone from NJ, but wife has a nickname for anyone driving with NJ plates...

New Jerkies.

IIRC it was on the Baltimore beltway, just after they left

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8 hours ago, uofalbany said:

Yep, no reason to risk either one's health for a UMBC game.

A bus trip to Baltimore is a little less $ienaty than one to Orono, but not much less.

Realized UAlbany women play at UMBC at 12:00 PM ... explains the men's 3:00 PM start

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Fields ruled out for UMBC per Marr.

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Seems like the right call to me. I don't know if Marr is sitting him because it was worse than initially thought, or after the Stony Brook game, which looks even better after their win against a decent St. John's team, that Marr is comfortable with the younger guys carrying the load until after the bye week.

 

 

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At this point he'll have another close to 2 weeks off.

 

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19 hours ago, AlbanyFan2018 said:

Seems like the right call to me. I don't know if Marr is sitting him because it was worse than initially thought, or after the Stony Brook game, which looks even better after their win against a decent St. John's team, that Marr is comfortable with the younger guys carrying the load until after the bye week.

 

 

I agree and obviously HOPE you are right about why Marr is sitting Fields; and it looks like Reh also sitting again. I think the "kids" did well against brook and will be even more comfortable in their second start. umbc defensively can be tough though.

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