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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #360 on: September 05, 2019, 06:46:45 pm »
  UMass will be a good match up for us.    They are not over whelming but Oregon is another story in 2021. Thats more than an uphill battle.   The Ducks are always in the FBS Top 15 and play a high powered style offense.

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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #361 on: September 05, 2019, 08:28:53 pm »
Oregon we've known about for a while. We're not winning that one. If we lose by less than 5 touchdowns, that's a win in and of itself. They're pulling in top 5 recruiting classes under their current coach.

As for UMass, I'd be surprised if we didn't win that one tbh, though their program is better than you might think. They're not Uconn.

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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #363 on: September 29, 2020, 03:52:15 pm »
Fall without Stony Brook football feels so unusual. I miss it so much.

It's going to be a longggggggg year
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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #364 on: September 29, 2020, 08:39:17 pm »
Fall without Stony Brook football feels so unusual. I miss it so much.

It's going to be a longggggggg year

Nope. We still have NDSU and other FCS teams playing Football. Not to mention, all P5 conference are playing football again. I'm good with that!
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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #365 on: September 30, 2020, 12:53:30 am »
Fall without Stony Brook football feels so unusual. I miss it so much.

It's going to be a longggggggg year

Nope. We still have NDSU and other FCS teams playing Football. Not to mention, all P5 conference are playing football again. I'm good with that!

I'm in agreement. The spring FCS season essentially gives us football year round in some shape or form until early 2022. That said, I don't want spring football to be a permanent thing for the FCS as some have suggested. Doing it as a one-off for this year only is fine to me.

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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #366 on: September 30, 2020, 05:00:11 pm »
Probably already posted in another thread...

RICHMOND, Va. (September 30, 2020) – CAA Football is making plans to play a six-game conference schedule that includes the option for institutions to add up to two non-conference contests during the Spring 2021 season.

The conference will use a North/South divisional format, with all six league games coming against teams within the division. The team with the best overall conference record will be the conference’s automatic qualifier to the NCAA Football Championship. Should the divisional champions finish with the same record, a tiebreaking policy will be used to determine the automatic qualifier.

Conference play is anticipated to begin on March 6 and conclude on April 17, with each team receiving a bye week during the seven-week timeframe. Institutions are allowed to schedule “non-conference” games against other conference members, but those games would not count towards the conference standings and the outcome would not be used in the tiebreaking procedures. Based on NCAA guidelines, teams are allowed to begin non-conference competition as early as January 23.

https://caasports.com/news/2020/9/29/caa-football-announces-scheduling-format-for-spring-2021-season.aspx

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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #367 on: September 30, 2020, 08:22:57 pm »
Better late than never

Looking forward to it!

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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #368 on: September 30, 2020, 09:35:20 pm »
looking forward to it too- im now hoping for the previous impossible- the trifecta- saturday at noon mlax defeats albanY in Lavalle, 3pm mbball defeats aLBanY in IFCU, 7pm football defeats ualBaNY in Lavalle. 

perfect saturday???
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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #369 on: October 01, 2020, 03:42:17 pm »
Probably already posted in another thread...

RICHMOND, Va. (September 30, 2020) – CAA Football is making plans to play a six-game conference schedule that includes the option for institutions to add up to two non-conference contests during the Spring 2021 season.

The conference will use a North/South divisional format, with all six league games coming against teams within the division. The team with the best overall conference record will be the conference’s automatic qualifier to the NCAA Football Championship. Should the divisional champions finish with the same record, a tiebreaking policy will be used to determine the automatic qualifier.

Conference play is anticipated to begin on March 6 and conclude on April 17, with each team receiving a bye week during the seven-week timeframe. Institutions are allowed to schedule “non-conference” games against other conference members, but those games would not count towards the conference standings and the outcome would not be used in the tiebreaking procedures. Based on NCAA guidelines, teams are allowed to begin non-conference competition as early as January 23.

https://caasports.com/news/2020/9/29/caa-football-announces-scheduling-format-for-spring-2021-season.aspx

Ok. Now we are talking!!! I was not aware of this. This is huge


I don't care when it is. To have Stony Brook football sometime in this academic year is awesome

You just got me excited!!!! LETS GO SEAWOLVES!
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Re: 2012-2020: Football Schedules
« Reply #370 on: October 01, 2020, 03:45:35 pm »
Fall without Stony Brook football feels so unusual. I miss it so much.

It's going to be a longggggggg year

Nope. We still have NDSU and other FCS teams playing Football. Not to mention, all P5 conference are playing football again. I'm good with that!

I must admit I don't watch much College football outside of Stony Brook FB. I do watch a TON of college basketball outside of SBU-MBB (especially the Big East - St. Johns, SHU, and UConn), actually I watch more Big East basketball than SBU basketball tbh.

But with that said. I was not aware of the potential for FCS Spring Football. I'm very happy today. Thank you guys for filling me in on that great news.

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