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Thursday, September 20, 2007

MU football update

Talked with KC Wednesday..

LoCastro - "questionable" for Stony Brook

Brady (medical issue) is out

Skellenger - has not played much if at all (coaches' decision)


12th game next year? - not that likely. What is likely is NEC getting the automatic bid in some form, play in, etc.) ) to the FCS playoffs...

6 Comments:

Anonymous bluedevil said...

The NCAA Football Committee is scheduled to vote on propsoals to expand the playoffs this week.

Do you have nay insight? Will the "Gridiron Classic" become a PIG next year, or we the NEC get a true AQ spot?

Looking forward to some good news on the subject!

4:13 PM, September 20, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

All signs point to the NEC receiving a bid of some sort..play in or otherwise...as for the Gridiron Classic becoming a play in game...interesting theory but I doubt it....

4:17 PM, September 20, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tony, do know our out of conference schedule next year or is it too early?

10:09 AM, September 21, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

I don't know it..but I am rather sure it is set..I will find out for you...

10:20 AM, September 21, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

Re: next year. I do know MU is opening the season at home with M aine.

Also - re NEC in the NCAA football FCS `playoffs in 2008 - Word from Ron Ratner of the NEc is that - an opening round of competition featuring two games the week before the first round of the playoffs appears in line for 2008.

Sounds like a play-in game. I will write more on this next week.

11:38 AM, September 22, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

Re: next year. I do know MU is opening the season at home with M aine.

Also - re NEC in the NCAA football FCS `playoffs in 2008 - Word from Ron Ratner of the NEc is that - an opening round of competition featuring two games the week before the first round of the playoffs appears in line for 2008.

Sounds like a play-in game. I will write more on this next week.

11:38 AM, September 22, 2007  

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