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West Region football / Re: FB: Northwest Conference
« Last post by Pat Coleman on Yesterday at 10:09:23 pm »
The University > College happened this summer
Is MUU trying to put together a spring schedule?

The OAC has announced a spring conference schedule, yes.
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Central Region / Re: MBB: St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Last post by y_jack_lok on Yesterday at 09:17:56 pm »
^^^ Yes, the methodology seemed a bit limited. Stats achieved playing in The System seem harder to evaluate, though -- at least to me.
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West Region football / Re: FB: Northwest Conference
« Last post by D O.C. on Yesterday at 08:37:25 pm »
The University > College happened this summer
Is MUU trying to put together a spring schedule?
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Kalamazoo now has an "unpublished" roster, which looks to be only players from last years team who returned.  Missing from last year (those who could have potentially returned) are:

Jarnard Smith (15.0min-6.6pts-0.7reb)

https://hornets.kzoo.edu/sports/mbkb/2020-21/roster

I'm pretty sure Jarnard transferred to Albion. He was on their provisional roster for 20-21 earlier and still has a player page on their site, but he's not currently listed on the roster. Regardless, I know he transferred somewhere, which is disappointing but not surprising because he's an extremely hard worker and talented player who was probably going to have a good year as the starting pg.

https://www.gobrits.com/sports/mbkb/2020-21/bios/smith_jr._jarnard_ne3r?view=profile
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Central Region / Re: MBB: St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Last post by GU1999 on Yesterday at 04:54:17 pm »
For those who don't remember Johari. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T99XYQMUH0w
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Central Region / Re: MBB: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Last post by tomt4525 on Yesterday at 04:29:55 pm »
Former D2 Northwood(MI) 6'5" W, Demetri Martin, has transferred to UW-Stout.  He will be a senior this season.
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East Region football / Re: FB: New England Small College Athletic Conference
« Last post by Trin8-0 on Yesterday at 04:14:13 pm »
Amen, SpringSt7.  Since we've got nothing else to talk about, which is the best version of the team you've followed that you've seen (and if you want to make the argument that it's the best NESCAC team you've ever seen, period, go for it!)

For Williams, I'll go with 1994, certainly one of the best NESCAC teams ever, and my vote for the most dominant Williams team I've seen (I did not see the 89-90 era powerhouses, so can't compare to them).  On offense, the team had a ridiculously stacked offensive backfield (QB Mike Bajakian, TBs Brian Gugliotta and Jamal Pollock, FB Mark Kossick).  Just ran down everyone's throats.  But the defense was what made the team really special, led by All-American LB Bobby Walker, future NFL player Ethan Brooks anchoring the defensive line, and several other legit stars, the defensive front seven was massive and absolutely stacked with playmakers.  The only close game was vs. a really good Trinity team that had been on a big win streak, the other seven wins were all absolutely dominant (the closest margin of victory other than the 4-point Trinity win was 28 points). 

I'm admittedly biased, as it was my senior season, but I'll nominate the 2003 Trinity squad. Our defense set a NESCAC record for fewest points allowed in a season with 30. Meanwhile, our offense averaged more points than that per game (31).

The following season, Trinity's offense was even more dominant and averaged nearly 39 points per game (5th most in league history) while allowing just 52 points for the season.

While I didn't see the 1993 Trinity squad, they could also make a claim as the best NESCAC team ever as they averaged 44.3 points per game (a NESCAC record) and allowed just 84 points for the season. They hold the record for most points scored in a game (71) and largest margin of victory (71) when they topped Bates 71-0. Their 3,738 yards of total offense ranks 4th most all time in NESAC history.
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Central Region / Re: MBB: St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Last post by GU1999 on Yesterday at 02:11:55 pm »
The Bunch interview was great as always.  I Love Bunch interviews.  Last years presser at the NCAAs was epic.

Unfortunately, the list and the methodology used to derive the list is fundamentally flawed. 

For example, the guy with the most assists (third all-time SLIAC) and the guy with the most steals (second all-time SLIAC) played all four years of his career in this decade and is not on the list.  Fun fact, its the same guy.  He also led his team to 54 conference wins in his 4 seasons (winning the league 3 times).  He also had 1400+ points and a career 2.5 a/to. 

Any all decade list that doesn't include GU's  Johari Dix is so flawed in its construction that it is rendered devoid of meaning. 

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Platteville has posted a 2020-2021 roster with 24 players listed including 10 freshman.  Additional freshman from tomt's list:

Edsel Bell 5'10 G Milwaukee, WI https://www.hudl.com/profile/12147239/Edsel-Bell
Richard Bradley 6'2 F Milwaukee, WI https://www.hudl.com/profile/8217306/Richard-Bradley
Donovan Navarro 5'11 G Naperville, IL https://www.hudl.com/profile/12077487/donovan-navarro (committed April 18th per his Twitter)
Austin Schaff 5'11 G Jackson, WI https://www.hudl.com/profile/11820961/Austin-Schaff

https://www.letsgopioneers.com/sports/mbkb/2020-21/roster

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East Region football / Re: FB: New England Small College Athletic Conference
« Last post by nescac1 on Yesterday at 01:31:47 pm »
Amen, SpringSt7.  Since we've got nothing else to talk about, which is the best version of the team you've followed that you've seen (and if you want to make the argument that it's the best NESCAC team you've ever seen, period, go for it!)

For Williams, I'll go with 1994, certainly one of the best NESCAC teams ever, and my vote for the most dominant Williams team I've seen (I did not see the 89-90 era powerhouses, so can't compare to them).  On offense, the team had a ridiculously stacked offensive backfield (QB Mike Bajakian, TBs Brian Gugliotta and Jamal Pollock, FB Mark Kossick).  Just ran down everyone's throats.  But the defense was what made the team really special, led by All-American LB Bobby Walker, future NFL player Ethan Brooks anchoring the defensive line, and several other legit stars, the defensive front seven was massive and absolutely stacked with playmakers.  The only close game was vs. a really good Trinity team that had been on a big win streak, the other seven wins were all absolutely dominant (the closest margin of victory other than the 4-point Trinity win was 28 points). 
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