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General football / Re: Are the Purple Powers bad for D3?
« on: January 09, 2012, 03:03:40 pm »
Not all are created equally. Never will be.   The strength of the program pulls in the better players.  That being said, either the schools program improves or their motto is ," wait till next year" and for some, that never happens.

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West Region football / Re: Upper Midwest Athletic Conference
« on: April 07, 2009, 08:34:26 am »
Yes they removed it from the site.  Think they jumped the gun because nothing was on either conference web page?  Typical Mac though never respond to anyones question.

  Now,now Mac_7_seven.... be nice. :)   

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North Region football / Re: Northern Athletics Conference
« on: May 19, 2008, 09:16:31 am »
   looking forward to the up coming football season and I`m sure the
   comments posted will be lively.  Some insightful. Some funny and some
   off the wall.  What ever the case, they make the forum entertaining.
   Hope all have a good summer.   :)
     
   

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North Region football / Re: Northern Athletics Conference
« on: January 19, 2008, 06:37:20 am »
Good luck to all those guys. Plus, You know Maddog will be happy if his son makes the squad.
 

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North Region football / Re: Northern Athletics Conference
« on: January 18, 2008, 04:26:25 pm »
There is a new expansion arena football team in Milwuakee called the Bonecrushers coached by Gilbert Brown, the ex-packer.  It looks as if there will be some old players from CUW and LC on the team.  Its pretty bizarre.

  Looked them up.
  As you stated, this will be their anaugural season in the (CIFL) Continental Indoor Football League.
  Checked their roster to see if they had any players yet. None listed.
  As they build their team we`ll see If any D-3 guys make it.
 
 

     

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West Region football / Re: Upper Midwest Athletic Conference
« on: December 28, 2007, 02:59:47 pm »
MacMurray has it`s 2008 Football schedule up on their web site.
     

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North Region football / Re: Northern Athletics Conference
« on: December 23, 2007, 07:22:14 am »
   Looking forward to the "new" SLIAC board.   

  Happy Holidays to all.   

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North Region football / Re: Illini-Badger Conference
« on: November 20, 2007, 12:26:39 pm »
baseman201..........Gregory Sager:
    Both you guys enjoy your Turkey. ;D
    Assuming your are correct and it appears you are, I stand corrected. 
   

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West Region football / Re: Upper Midwest Athletic Conference
« on: November 20, 2007, 06:46:00 am »
Gomer-

Actually, teams moving to new conferences would still be eligible for the playoffs, but not through an automatic conference bid.

They would have to go undefeated probably and hope for an at large in 2009.

  baseman201: Check out the SLIAC site: SLIAC news, March 13th, 2007.
     Subject was .....Eureka.   But applies to others as well.
     Nobody in the "new" conference (SLIAC ) will be playing in the Play-offs
      till 2010.   :)   
     Enjoy your Thanksgiving. 

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West Region football / Re: Upper Midwest Athletic Conference
« on: November 19, 2007, 03:15:47 pm »
No misprint. The Red Devils open with Knox, play CUC the second game, have a bye week and then open SLIAC play which for football has seven other teams. I thought that there was a minimum nuber of games you had to play to qualify for the playoffs. I could be wrong though.

  Scheduling aside, when Eureka and others start play next season in the SLIAC, they won`t be eligible for the play-offs till 2010.
   On scheduling, maybe they just haven`t filled it out yet.  :)
   

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North Region football / Re: Illini-Badger Conference
« on: November 17, 2007, 07:11:40 am »
Old 40:
  Thanks for the heads up on the All-Conference posting.
   First time in awhile it`s been posted in a timely fashion. The All IBFC stuff.
   Who ever is keeping that site up to date is doing a nice job.
   MacMurray needs to hire that person to do their site. 

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North Region football / Re: Illini-Badger Conference
« on: November 17, 2007, 06:59:50 am »
  Front Page  D-3,   Five weeks, one Goal:
    " can Bethel end its play-off futility?"

   Looks like The Boys from Mequon do have a fighting chance.
   Will they(CU-W) be one and done or will they play one of those games
   that finally comes together where all cylinders are clicking, turning CU-W
     into a finely oiled machine? 
    When the fat lady steps up to sing the fight song, be ready.  This could
     be the "year" she sings the ballad of, The Boys from Mequon. 
     Think positively.   :)
   

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North Region football / Re: Illini-Badger Conference
« on: November 14, 2007, 03:22:27 pm »
Hey Gomer,

I was at Mac over the weekend, couldn't make the game but I will say one thing....



I heard cowbells all the way across campus   :P

   mac_grad:
              If you heard them and I don`t doubt it for a minute. They were
              being rung by Blackburn.
             Those cowbells are part of their fight song.   ;) :D ;D

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North Region football / Re: Illini-Badger Conference
« on: November 14, 2007, 08:05:14 am »
Something for the "D" line for The Boys from Mequon to ponder.
   The entire offensive line for Bethel made the Div-3, Team Of The Week
   for this past week-ends performance.
   

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North Region football / Re: Illini-Badger Conference
« on: November 13, 2007, 07:01:59 am »
CougsFB:
   Your comment was .....civil.  That was the point I was trying to make.
   One other point.  When i said, "remember they (CU-W) play in the IBFC."
   ref the stats I posted was said tonque in cheek. I was hoping you (anybody ) would read between the lines. That this conference (IBFC) doesn`t have the same  caliber  of
   competition as in the MIAC.  There-by the stats listed may not be of equal value.   :)
   
 

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