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SBU Football / Re: 2021 Commitments
« on: August 12, 2020, 09:31:07 am »
SBU picked up a linemen from the Taft School on CT today who actually comes from Norway his name is Ludvig Burrell 6’3 280
You gotta think a big guy with a name like Ludvig can block  ;)

Conference and Athletics / Re: Shawn Heilbron / TWT
« on: July 26, 2020, 08:07:36 am »
Never has a vaccine been mandated (except for children who want to attend public schools, to protect other children) and never will a COVID vaccine be mandated.However, it is not a constitutional right to attend a sporting event without complying with the organizers’ safety requirements...which may include vaccination for entry.

Conference and Athletics / Re: SB Logo
« on: July 18, 2020, 07:01:14 pm »
“Wolves” may flow better but the idea behind Seawolves was to capitalize on the university’s proximity to the ocean. A lot of people (athletes, students, faculty) like the beach.

SBU Men's Basketball / Re: 2020-21 schedule
« on: July 09, 2020, 12:06:08 pm »
Women's volleyball could be gone too.

SBU Football / Re: 2020 SBU Football
« on: June 28, 2020, 05:56:36 pm »
iBOsbu, it’s interesting that you stereotyped Hammer as an “ex-cop,” as if you have a preconceived notion about a certain group of people...yet you objected when Asians (or other groups) are stereotyped. Interesting, and a bit hypocritical. But that’s okay, because it’s further proof we all need to keep the discussion to SB sports.

SBU Football / Re: 2020 SBU Football
« on: June 28, 2020, 12:29:00 pm »
People on this board really don’t want politics here. Please keep that for other places you post.

Conference and Athletics / Re: Shawn Heilbron / TWT
« on: June 02, 2020, 10:07:36 am »
The huge economic loss the state is experiencing from COVID would have been enough to drive down funding for higher education over the next few budget years. Add to that the costs associated with the protests and riots. A stadium (or any facilities) expansion is out of the question at this point.

Around Stony Brook U... / Re: Academic Rankings & Accomplishments
« on: May 27, 2020, 10:12:24 am »
Yeah, like who would actually choose SBU over UVA (which is ranked lower than SBU).

Around Stony Brook U... / Re: Academic Rankings & Accomplishments
« on: May 27, 2020, 10:02:38 am »
The category ratings for SBU actually aren’t very good. “Academic reputation” came in low compared to other top universities. The boost from “international diversity” (a questionable measure of quality) accounts for the overall high ranking.

SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Looking ahead to 2020-21
« on: May 16, 2020, 07:58:53 am »
So we were his only D1 offer. On the surface, that’s not encouraging

Look a little closer, and I think you may find that the Seawolves stole one here.  Very quick, with a mean stutter step and unusually good eye for the assist.
Have to agree, at least based on highlight reel. Quick release, sharp cuts, and can easily go to both his left and right.

SBU Football / Re: 2020 SBU Football
« on: May 02, 2020, 10:40:46 am »
As a matter of information only 15 CAA players from the 2020 class signed a pro contract

As far as NYS financial issues effecting SBU athletics a lot of other states have the same issues and on the other hand I think private colleges are going to have bigger issues especially when your charging a student $50 to $60 thousand a year and the students can’t be on campus.

True, but NYS got hit the hardest and will feel the economic effects of this more than other states.
Absolutely. NYC is the biggest part of the state’s economy and tourism is the biggest part of the NYC economy. Billions of $ have been lost and that will unfortunately continue until a vaccine is available. The state will have to slash its budget even more and raise taxes (which will drive more people out of the state). The economic impact of Sept 11 was peanuts compared to this. It will take a decade to recover, if it can.

SBU Other Sports / Re: 2018-2019 Women's Basketball
« on: April 14, 2020, 07:16:47 pm »
Not sure a five year deal was deserved. The winning record was built on a house of cards, many by slim margins against mediocre teams. I think locking her in for five years will come back to haunt SH.

SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Game 28: vs. Maine, 2/22 7pm
« on: February 23, 2020, 05:44:43 pm »
Tough L for the ladies.

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Not too surprising considering they’ve been squeaking by weak competition lately. If they win out I expect they’ll get around a 14 seed in the tournament.

SBU Men's Basketball / Re: Game 25: at New Hampshire, 2/8 12pm
« on: February 11, 2020, 08:33:06 pm »
The women’s team has to win out to get to the NCAA tourney. They have just one win over a top 150 team. That doesn’t cut it for an at-large bid.

SBU Football / Re: Stony Brook Seawolves Football News, Press Releases, etc
« on: February 06, 2020, 06:41:07 pm »
Getting crushed for a paycheck really isn't too bright.   We cant play any schools in North  Carolina   because of NYS  rules against it.  I wont get into the politics .  Playing CUSA and MAC and AAC teams is more our speed and we stand a chance to win and add prestige .  I was at the the Arizona St vs Oregon game in Tempe AZ in 2019 .  Those teams are extremely fast and loaded with  future guys who will play on Sunday.  They can pass and run alot better than us . So anyone thinks we can stay with an Oregon who will probably be in the top 10 this year  I dont think so.

I actually had forgotten about the Carolina ban.  I didnt know that we cant recruit down in the Carolinas neither.  Cuomo is a POS. Keep the student athletes out of your progressive agendas and let the schools run the athletic programs themselves!!
Agreed. It’s not like NC reinstituted slavery or something truly heinous. NY should keep its nose out of another state’s bathrooms and not punish the athletes.

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