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RE: Louisville's 2014-2015 Basketball schedule.
(04-22-2014 10:58 PM)Wilkie01 Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:52 PM)Piratelife4me Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:46 PM)Wilkie01 Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:42 PM)ncbeta Wrote:  We'll say UL drops Duke, Unc & Uva @ home, Cuse, Unc, Uva, Pitt & Fsu on the road.

Wins over Clemson, Nc State, VT, ND, GT, Wake, BC, Miami x2 and Pitt x1.

Sure, hose, Louisville beat UCLA, Duke and M9chigan State for its National Championships! 07-coffee3

That does not mean anything, If that was the case Duke would never lose to teams like VT, BC, WF, MIA but they do it almost annually. Its a Big East style grind, been watching it my whole life. Lville has seen its best days... Just like MIA VT (or BC) football has not reach previous Big East level.
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No, you brought an ACC schedule to an AAC board.
Could care less about lville going to ACC have a good time and you mostly have informed post, but this post was pointless and useless.
MIA won chips as BE member
VT bcs champ game, not been back since
NCAA tourny are hard to win even if your the best team, sometimes **** does not work out.

No team that has left the BE to go to the ACC is better off (on the field) than they were before they joined the conference.

Not saying those teams have not had some success in the acc, but most teams peaked in the BE
04-22-2014 11:04 PM
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RE: Louisville's 2014-2015 Basketball schedule.
Wrong board... Deserves to be on the ACC board.

Louisville=dead to me.
04-22-2014 11:06 PM
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RE: Louisville's 2014-2015 Basketball schedule.
(04-22-2014 11:06 PM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  Wrong board... Deserves to be on the ACC board.

Louisville=dead to me.
You may need our vote one day! 07-coffee3
04-22-2014 11:10 PM
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RE: Louisville's 2014-2015 Basketball schedule.
(04-22-2014 10:46 PM)Wilkie01 Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:42 PM)ncbeta Wrote:  We'll say UL drops Duke, Unc & Uva @ home, Cuse, Unc, Uva, Pitt & Fsu on the road.

Wins over Clemson, Nc State, VT, ND, GT, Wake, BC, Miami x2 and Pitt x1.

Sure, hose, Louisville beat UCLA, Duke and Michigan for its National Championships! 07-coffee3

And UConn beat Kentucky and Memphis who beat UL twice in the same year but lost to UL. What's that have to do with next year?

As everyone else likes to say, the ACC is an extremely tough gauntlet who's bottom teams are even capable of making deep tournament runs. Why would Louisville expect to come in an run the show? Everyone clamors about how tough the ACC is, and if that's true there's no way an AAC team who lost 3 conference games comes in and doesn't drop at least 8 games.
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RE: Louisville's 2014-2015 Basketball schedule.
(04-22-2014 11:14 PM)ncbeta Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:46 PM)Wilkie01 Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:42 PM)ncbeta Wrote:  We'll say UL drops Duke, Unc & Uva @ home, Cuse, Unc, Uva, Pitt & Fsu on the road.

Wins over Clemson, Nc State, VT, ND, GT, Wake, BC, Miami x2 and Pitt x1.

Sure, hose, Louisville beat UCLA, Duke and Michigan for its National Championships! 07-coffee3

And UConn beat Kentucky and Memphis who beat UL twice in the same year but lost to UL. What's that have to do with next year?

As everyone else likes to say, the ACC is an extremely tough gauntlet who's bottom teams are even capable of making deep tournament runs. Why would Louisville expect to come in an run the show? Everyone clamors about how tough the ACC is, and if that's true there's no way an AAC team who lost 3 conference games comes in and doesn't drop at least 8 games.
So what Louisville beat UConn three times. Its the team that can get hot for five games in the NCAA tourney. UConn did that this year. Congrats to them. 07-coffee3
04-22-2014 11:43 PM
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04-22-2014 11:49 PM
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RE: Louisville's 2014-2015 Basketball schedule.
(04-22-2014 11:43 PM)Wilkie01 Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 11:14 PM)ncbeta Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:46 PM)Wilkie01 Wrote:  
(04-22-2014 10:42 PM)ncbeta Wrote:  We'll say UL drops Duke, Unc & Uva @ home, Cuse, Unc, Uva, Pitt & Fsu on the road.

Wins over Clemson, Nc State, VT, ND, GT, Wake, BC, Miami x2 and Pitt x1.

Sure, hose, Louisville beat UCLA, Duke and Michigan for its National Championships! 07-coffee3

And UConn beat Kentucky and Memphis who beat UL twice in the same year but lost to UL. What's that have to do with next year?

As everyone else likes to say, the ACC is an extremely tough gauntlet who's bottom teams are even capable of making deep tournament runs. Why would Louisville expect to come in an run the show? Everyone clamors about how tough the ACC is, and if that's true there's no way an AAC team who lost 3 conference games comes in and doesn't drop at least 8 games.
So what Louisville beat UConn three times. Its the team that can get hot for five games in the NCAA tourney. UConn did that this year. Congrats to them. 07-coffee3

So you agree then? If UConn wasn't that good and they successfully handled 2 teams that beat y'all twice, how does that help UL for the ACC? Maybe Rick P just knew how to beat UConn but not the others.

Anyway you're missing the point. I don't know why you're upset about this. UL wants to play the best basketball competition, and there it is, right there for you. So would you not expect to lose a few more than you lost in the AAC? I'm not sure why it's a big deal. All we've ever wanted is to play with the best...which is why we were so heated about being left behind. We all still desire to play with the best, knowing that it will come with additional loses.
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You guys predicted the same fate for Louisville, when we left you in CUSA and we went to the Big East. You saw how that turned out for you and how it turned out for Louisville. I rest my case. We will be fine! 07-coffee3
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glad to see you are back in old form wilkie

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(as far as your little schedule troll, wgaf)
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(04-22-2014 11:57 PM)shere khan Wrote:  glad to see you are back in old form wilkie

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(as far as your little schedule troll, wgaf)

Memphis, Cincinnati and UConn will slug it out for the AAC basketball championship most year, and Temple may come back. That is the cream of the crop in the AAC! 07-coffee3
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