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    Re: $$ Paid for Leaving C-USA

    Very little.

    For example, Tech's revenues in those areas for 20-21 were $1.87 million in a 14-school CUSA. The projection for next year was likely similar and would have been what USM would...
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    Re: $$ Paid for Leaving C-USA

    Yes.
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    Re: $$ Paid for Leaving C-USA

    You'd have to ask McMurphy or Judy or one of the schools involved. I don't know it to be true or not.
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    Re: $$ Paid for Leaving C-USA

    No. What I'm saying is, if they are giving up $1.75 million next year, they are giving up everything for leaving early.

    They gave up their distribution in CUSA for this year and will be providing...
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    Re: $$ Paid for Leaving C-USA

    The rumor is that the 3 schools leaving for the Belt were forgoing their CUSA revenue this year and then paying $1.75 million next year. If true, that means the 3 will be giving up all of their cash...
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    Re: Dugout Club

    Correct. Because of the offset and movement for other purposes in the past, a lot of money has been raised for baseball off the books.

    Omahadawg and others have stories about not only having to...
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    Re: LIV Golf Series

    The US imports more than 5% of our oil from Saudi Arabia.

    When any of us pulls up to the pump, we're doing business with the House of Saud.
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    What this really exposes is who should have been select all along.

    And there is a lot of talk about state championships won by some schools and the question being raised is if they really are...
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    Here is the list and an article out of NOLA:

    https://crescentcitysports.com/lhsaa-member-school-designation-select-non-select/
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    HD: The split was all driven by smaller schools when Evangel and Curtis were down in their classes. The principals at Many and Winfield in particular.
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    The answers to your questions as to why ODU and UTSA were left at home are in the previous dozen posts or so. Look at the non-conference schedule for each.

    And Ole Miss made the field. But NC...
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    Alexandria Senior High, as well. Students in Rapides Parish can attend any high school in the parish.
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    All of the public schools in Lafayette Parish, which uses the academy system. Acadiana and Carencro would be Select.
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    I thought Dallas Baptist would make it. Their entire body of work was impossible to ignore. Their Non Con SOS was 2. They were 13-9 against the Q1 with an RPI of 22. But D1 Baseball led the charge...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    To add to this: UTSA came in 5th in the conference with a losing Q1 record. ODU was third in CUSA. ODU had an opportunity in May with mid week games against VCU and William & Mary. And lost both...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    Here is D1 Baseball's final projection:

    https://d1baseball.com/postseason/2022-field-of-64-projections-final-edition/


    They have Rutgers in their last 4 teams in the field with Wofford and...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    The Bubble this AM. Some changes from yesterday given the stolen bids involved.

    Some teams who thought they were squarely in the field a week ago may be upset later this morning.

    Louisiana...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    I've made some changes to my previous post. D1 Baseball now believes Dallas Baptist and Liberty are on the bubble given their tournament performances. Although, I find it hard to believe Dallas...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    The Bubble this AM. Some changes from last night. There are 4, perhaps 5 spots up for grabs.

    Kentucky loses to Tennessee, which leaves the Wildcats on the bubble.


    GCU is on the bubble after...
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    Re: 2022 Tournament Thread

    Softball won both the 2017 and 2019 CUSA tournaments.
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    Cajun pitcher threw 142 pitches.
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    Updating the bubble. Removing Pitt and San Diego and adding Grand Canyon.

    GCU loses back to back games to Abilene Christian and its RPI drops to 51. The Committee is going to have a decision to...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    Because of stolen bids there are just 4 (maybe 5 because of West Virginia's loss) open spots with several more potential stolen bids in the next 24 hours. But what does the bubble probably look like...
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    But while 1 bid was stolen...

    Alabama and West Virginia, two of D1 Baseball's last 4 in, both lose and their RPIs both tank. Alabama at 47. West Virginia at 48.
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    Re: NCAA Predictions

    Kennesaw State wins the ASUN championship game to steal a bid.
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