I'm posting this so the guy who runs it posts here. Saw that he joined the Fordham board, so let's get him here, too. I will send him this link.
Please let midmajority know that his account at bbb.net is active and he should have no problems posting.cpawfan said:I just checked on midmajority's account and his status is awaiting email confirmation. The email probably got filtered into his junk pile, so I will ask an Admin to activate his account.
You can count of a few of us MAACsters showing up on Friday. Looking forward to it!!!midmajority said:I do a chat at ESPN.com every Friday afternoon now, and there have only been two questions about the MAAC so far - and they were both about C.J. Anderson. So come on over and represent!
Yes, it is amazing to see the Rangers in first place this late into a season. :eek8:midmajority said:the Blueshirts are actually distractingly good now. What's up with that? Section 423 forever, and Potvin will always, always, always suck.)
Kyle, I believe I first heard of your site reading an article in the Inquirer...are you not a Penn grad? IN any event, keep up the good work. And I don't care what you say, over the yeras The Broncs Zoo has been one of the toughest places to play in DI, I'd put it in the Top 10 in the nation.midmajority said:Hey guys, I really can't thank you enough - both for the overwhelmingly great comments (those are "pay" enough), and for taking care of my account on this board.
It's really an honor to be able to cover the Metro Atlantic. I owe a lot to the conference, because it was trips out to Draddy and SPC and Rider, Big Saturdays at MSG, MLK Day doubleheaders, and MAAC Madness that got me hooked for good on mid-major hoops. It's such a great league with all the schools that are within driving distance of each other, teams with consistent personalities, and folks who'll go by the busload to Trenton or Buffalo or Albany to see the tournament in March. Sure, there are more supersize cheerleaders than in any other conference, but the MAAC will always be near and dear to my heart.
I do a chat at ESPN.com every Friday afternoon now, and there have only been two questions about the MAAC so far - and they were both about C.J. Anderson. So come on over and represent!
(And it's great to see an old NYR Digest buddy here too. It's somewhat ironic that the year off from hockey gave me the time to put TMM together, and now the Blueshirts are actually distractingly good now. What's up with that? Section 423 forever, and Potvin will always, always, always suck.)
Have a great early-season; I'll be around.
Raver is right, opponents are at a great disadvantage when coming to Rider for a game. You see, they come there expecting to see D-I facilities, but can't help but ROTFLTAO when they see what Rider calls a home court. This laughing leaves the opponents breathless, giving Rider a rather unique homecourt edge.svi said:Raver your a raving maniac, top ten hardest places in the nation? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? so your putting it up in the same category as Duke? Wake Forest? Maryland? Wake Forest, Clemson, Cinncinati, Louisville, Syracuse, Indiana, Michigan State? thats 10 using 3 conferences, not even really thinking about it to hard. when students walk across your gym in the middle of the game with a bag of laundry, i think it qualifies more as a laughing stock than a tough place to play. get an objective look at a game for once.