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Quote from: CardinalAlum on November 22, 2022, 11:01:19 PMAny CMU fans making the trip to Naperville? Weather looks good for a mid November Chicago area day. Way better than last week!
Quote from: Next Man Up on November 26, 2022, 04:54:37 PMCongrats to Carnegie-Mellon on a great season. The Tartans displayed the most formidable obstacle we at North Central have faced this season, and held us at bay for about 3/4s of the game.In addition to the team, the C-M fans exhibited an impressive presence, as it looked like almost the entire visiting stands were filled.
Quote from: E.115 on February 05, 2023, 01:52:14 PMRecent interview with CWRU Coach Debshttps://youtu.be/ycIF829gang
Quote from: old 40 on September 25, 2007, 08:23:57 PMLet's discuss (sports) in a positive way, sometimes kidding each other with no disrespect.
Quote from: WashJeff68 on March 17, 2023, 08:41:21 PMI too have thought CWRU might go to NCAC keeping CMU as a 10th game, but I don't know what this gets them other than perhaps saving some travel. I have no real sense about which conference (NCAC or PAC) is stronger, although I 'm sure CWRU moving would benefit the NCAC at the expense of the PAC. I really can't see anyone else having a logical reason for leaving. I have no clue what Westminster is up to unless they know something about where the PAC is going that no one else is aware of (unlikely). I've always been a little concerned that one of the current schools in the conference may face some financial difficulties that could effect their athletic programs, although most PAC schools have a high percentage of their students (40% +) playing varsity sports, which makes them dependent on sports producing students. Certainly not the case for CMU or CWRU.