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On 9/19/2022 at 1:03 PM, cwdickens said:

I was provided an explanation concerning why the UAlbany Home Game against Vermont originally planned for the Cool Insuring Arena was moved to HVCC.  The reason is a NCAA rule for this to be a home game, UAlbany would have to play 33% of their home games at Cool Insuring Arena. 

I will need to find another reason to visit Raul's Mexican Restaurant. 

Not sure what the significance of calling this a home game as opposed to calling it a neutral game. Albany played a conference game at Boston University at Madison square garden a while ago. I don't remember who was considered the home team. Also in recent years the big 10 has been playing a basketball/ hockey double header in msg. I think Rutgers is one of the teams this year. I also don't know if it is just considered neutral as well 

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1 hour ago, bob87 said:

Not sure what the significance of calling this a home game as opposed to calling it a neutral game. Albany played a conference game at Boston University at Madison square garden a while ago. I don't remember who was considered the home team. Also in recent years the big 10 has been playing a basketball/ hockey double header in msg. I think Rutgers is one of the teams this year. I also don't know if it is just considered neutral as well 

How can you call a neutral site when the conference considers it your home game... perhaps a new or newer rule

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Not sure what the relevance of calling it neutral or home. Perhaps to the NCAA ratings calculation. Just saying there are other examples of conference games moved in NCAA basketball. See Rutgers vs Michigan state at Madison square garden February 2023. 

 

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