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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
Hell no to 30.
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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
(04-20-2017 12:59 PM)DexterDevil Wrote:  Hell no to 30.
EMU fan, correct? Curious as to why you'd be opposed to a B1G rivalry game for your eagles every year

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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
(04-20-2017 01:02 PM)Stay Cool Wrote:  
(04-20-2017 12:59 PM)DexterDevil Wrote:  Hell no to 30.
EMU fan, correct? Curious as to why you'd be opposed to a B1G rivalry game for your eagles every year

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I'd be fine with a rivalry game with Sparty, nothing good can come from an annual series with that school down the road, local and Detroit media love writing stories to tear down EMU and the athletics.
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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
Rutgers and Temple have a 4 year series coming up. 2 games in Piscataway, 2 in Philadelphia.

it could have been an interesting rivalry except one or both schools were usually horrible.

I wouldn't mind a Rutgers - UConn series; it was pretty even during our time together in the Big East but over the history of the series we've won 2 out of 3. I wouldn't want to play it every year with only 3 OOC games to give.
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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
(04-17-2017 08:00 PM)ken d Wrote:  
(04-17-2017 02:27 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  
(04-17-2017 01:51 PM)Carolina_Low_Country Wrote:  Here are a few series that I think should happen every year in college football that currently do not happen (this is just for fun so do not worry about conference games and number of games, etc). If there are any more games that you think should happen every year post them

1) Tulane vs. LSU (Thanksgiving, Super Dome / Baton Rouge)
2) NC State vs. East Carolina (Thanksgiving Home/Home)
3) Marshall vs. West Virginia (Home/Home)
4) Pitt vs. West Virginia
5) Texas vs. Texas A&M (Thanksgiving)
6) Arkansas State vs. Arkansas (Labor Day Weekend in Little Rock)
7) Cincinnati vs. Louisville
8) Memphis vs. Ole Miss
9) Florida vs. Miami
10) Maryland vs. Navy
11) Temple vs. Penn State
12) Temple vs. Rutgers
13) Boston College vs. UConn
14) Miami (OH) vs. Cincinnati
15) Notre Dame vs. Michigan
16) Illinois vs. NIU
17) UTEP vs. New Mexico
18) UTEP vs. NM State
19) NM State vs. New Mexico (Thanksgiving)
20) BYU vs. Utah State
21) Utah State vs. Utah
22) Utah vs. BYU (Thanksgiving)
23) Houston vs. Rice (Thanksgiving)
24) Eastern Washington @ Washington St. (Labor Day Weekend)
25) UAB vs. Alabama (week before Thanksgiving, gives Alabama a defacto home game in Birmingham every other year)
26) Southern Miss vs. Ole Miss
27) Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State
28) WKU vs. Kentucky
29) Memphis vs. Tennessee
30) Eastern Michigan @ Michigan (First Home Game for Michigan)
31) Kansas vs. Missouri (Thanksgiving)

32) UConn vs UMass
33) Boston College vs UMass


Like #13 these have started up again where it's a round robin where UConn plays Boston College and the following year UMass. Some years you will see both as our 2018 schedule. http://www.fbschedules.com/ncaa-18/2018-...hedule.php

While this looks like a self-serving post by a UMass fan, it makes perfectly good sense on a lot of levels for these three schools to play an annual round robin. They represent 100% of the FBS schools in the entire New England region. They should eventually produce the biggest annual attendance for all of them (excluding the occasional home game against Notre Dame).

It was an insult that UMass was left out.

We started playing UConn in 1897 and have played 72 times. I'd call that a rivalry.
The quoted material comes from the UMass Football Wiki, which is a clickable link below in my signature.

Quote:UMass leads the all-time series 36–34–2.[52] Massachusetts dominated the rivalry early, winning the first eight and 13 of the first 15 meetings between the two universities. Connecticut went on a streak of their own after that, winning 14 of the next 16 games. The 1960s again belonged to the then-Redmen of Massachusetts, as they lost only two games that decade. In the remaining years of the rivalry, the series was much more even, with neither team able to put together a winning streak of more than four games.

UMass started playing Boston College in 1899 and played Boston College for 17 straight years.

Quote:BC and UMass met again in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1901, 1902, and 1912, with UMass winning all three contests before the series was halted.[47] The two universities did not meet again on the football field until 1966, when they began a seventeen-year series in which the teams would play each other in the last week of UMass' football season. UMass was in a lower division than BC during the entirety of the rivalry. As such, Boston College dominated the stretch,
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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
(04-20-2017 09:27 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  
(04-17-2017 08:00 PM)ken d Wrote:  
(04-17-2017 02:27 PM)Steve1981 Wrote:  
(04-17-2017 01:51 PM)Carolina_Low_Country Wrote:  Here are a few series that I think should happen every year in college football that currently do not happen (this is just for fun so do not worry about conference games and number of games, etc). If there are any more games that you think should happen every year post them

1) Tulane vs. LSU (Thanksgiving, Super Dome / Baton Rouge)
2) NC State vs. East Carolina (Thanksgiving Home/Home)
3) Marshall vs. West Virginia (Home/Home)
4) Pitt vs. West Virginia
5) Texas vs. Texas A&M (Thanksgiving)
6) Arkansas State vs. Arkansas (Labor Day Weekend in Little Rock)
7) Cincinnati vs. Louisville
8) Memphis vs. Ole Miss
9) Florida vs. Miami
10) Maryland vs. Navy
11) Temple vs. Penn State
12) Temple vs. Rutgers
13) Boston College vs. UConn
14) Miami (OH) vs. Cincinnati
15) Notre Dame vs. Michigan
16) Illinois vs. NIU
17) UTEP vs. New Mexico
18) UTEP vs. NM State
19) NM State vs. New Mexico (Thanksgiving)
20) BYU vs. Utah State
21) Utah State vs. Utah
22) Utah vs. BYU (Thanksgiving)
23) Houston vs. Rice (Thanksgiving)
24) Eastern Washington @ Washington St. (Labor Day Weekend)
25) UAB vs. Alabama (week before Thanksgiving, gives Alabama a defacto home game in Birmingham every other year)
26) Southern Miss vs. Ole Miss
27) Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State
28) WKU vs. Kentucky
29) Memphis vs. Tennessee
30) Eastern Michigan @ Michigan (First Home Game for Michigan)
31) Kansas vs. Missouri (Thanksgiving)

32) UConn vs UMass
33) Boston College vs UMass


Like #13 these have started up again where it's a round robin where UConn plays Boston College and the following year UMass. Some years you will see both as our 2018 schedule. http://www.fbschedules.com/ncaa-18/2018-...hedule.php

While this looks like a self-serving post by a UMass fan, it makes perfectly good sense on a lot of levels for these three schools to play an annual round robin. They represent 100% of the FBS schools in the entire New England region. They should eventually produce the biggest annual attendance for all of them (excluding the occasional home game against Notre Dame).

It was an insult that UMass was left out.

We started playing UConn in 1897 and have played 72 times. I'd call that a rivalry.
The quoted material comes from the UMass Football Wiki, which is a clickable link below in my signature.

Quote:UMass leads the all-time series 36–34–2.[52] Massachusetts dominated the rivalry early, winning the first eight and 13 of the first 15 meetings between the two universities. Connecticut went on a streak of their own after that, winning 14 of the next 16 games. The 1960s again belonged to the then-Redmen of Massachusetts, as they lost only two games that decade. In the remaining years of the rivalry, the series was much more even, with neither team able to put together a winning streak of more than four games.

UMass started playing Boston College in 1899 and played Boston College for 17 straight years.

Quote:BC and UMass met again in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1901, 1902, and 1912, with UMass winning all three contests before the series was halted.[47] The two universities did not meet again on the football field until 1966, when they began a seventeen-year series in which the teams would play each other in the last week of UMass' football season. UMass was in a lower division than BC during the entirety of the rivalry. As such, Boston College dominated the stretch,

we need to get a annual basketball game going again
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RE: Annual Football Series that Should Happen
(04-18-2017 07:33 AM)TerryD Wrote:  [quote='Stugray2' pid='14272533' dateline='1492462017']
Five stand out

1 Texas vs Texas A&M
2 Nebraska vs Oklahoma
3 West Virginia vs. Pitt
4 Kansas vs Missouri
5 Pitt vs Penn State

I agree Notre Dame should play a B1G East opponent annually (Michigan, Michigan State mostly, but also Ohio State or Penn State now and again), but it doesn't really matter which, so long as it is one of them.

Don't care much about P5 vs G5 rivalries. Not going to worry about those, they are done. Just a couple stragglers left, and only one, Navy vs Notre Dame, has solid economic value.


Why? I didn't miss the Big Ten being off ND's schedule completely in 2015. It did not diminish anything in my world.

Why should ND play a Big Ten East team annually? Geography?
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The reason you don't care anything about the Big Ten , TerryD, is because you live in Baton Rouge. If ND played LSU and Alabama for a long time, and then had to stop playing them because of lack of available slots on the OOC schedule, I'm pretty sure you would care about that. BTW, I can guarantee you the SEC would treat ND the same way the Big Ten would about playing ooc games in September.
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(04-21-2017 04:28 AM)DawgNBama Wrote:  
(04-18-2017 07:33 AM)TerryD Wrote:  [quote='Stugray2' pid='14272533' dateline='1492462017']
Five stand out

1 Texas vs Texas A&M
2 Nebraska vs Oklahoma
3 West Virginia vs. Pitt
4 Kansas vs Missouri
5 Pitt vs Penn State

I agree Notre Dame should play a B1G East opponent annually (Michigan, Michigan State mostly, but also Ohio State or Penn State now and again), but it doesn't really matter which, so long as it is one of them.

Don't care much about P5 vs G5 rivalries. Not going to worry about those, they are done. Just a couple stragglers left, and only one, Navy vs Notre Dame, has solid economic value.


Why? I didn't miss the Big Ten being off ND's schedule completely in 2015. It did not diminish anything in my world.

Why should ND play a Big Ten East team annually? Geography?
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The reason you don't care anything about the Big Ten , TerryD, is because you live in Baton Rouge. If ND played LSU and Alabama for a long time, and then had to stop playing them because of lack of available slots on the OOC schedule, I'm pretty sure you would care about that. BTW, I can guarantee you the SEC would treat ND the same way the Big Ten would about playing ooc games in September.

He's from western PA. I'm pretty sure the reason he doesn't want to play the B1G is because he doesn't like the B1G and/or see the mystique in those games due to ND's status as an indy and/or rocky history w/ the conference.
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(04-21-2017 04:28 AM)DawgNBama Wrote:  
(04-18-2017 07:33 AM)TerryD Wrote:  [quote='Stugray2' pid='14272533' dateline='1492462017']
Five stand out

1 Texas vs Texas A&M
2 Nebraska vs Oklahoma
3 West Virginia vs. Pitt
4 Kansas vs Missouri
5 Pitt vs Penn State

I agree Notre Dame should play a B1G East opponent annually (Michigan, Michigan State mostly, but also Ohio State or Penn State now and again), but it doesn't really matter which, so long as it is one of them.

Don't care much about P5 vs G5 rivalries. Not going to worry about those, they are done. Just a couple stragglers left, and only one, Navy vs Notre Dame, has solid economic value.


Why? I didn't miss the Big Ten being off ND's schedule completely in 2015. It did not diminish anything in my world.

Why should ND play a Big Ten East team annually? Geography?
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The reason you don't care anything about the Big Ten , TerryD, is because you live in Baton Rouge. If ND played LSU and Alabama for a long time, and then had to stop playing them because of lack of available slots on the OOC schedule, I'm pretty sure you would care about that. BTW, I can guarantee you the SEC would treat ND the same way the Big Ten would about playing ooc games in September.


I didn't care for the Big Ten back when I lived in Western Pennsylvania for the first 26 years of my life, either.

I grew up with ND playing Michigan State and Purdue every year. Now that those games have been replaced? No big deal.

My attitude towards the Big Ten was the same back then as it is now.

As far as the SEC is concerned, I graduated from LSU law school in 1986.

I don't attend any SEC sporting events (no interest at all) and haven't for decades. So, no...if ND played LSU and Alabama and then didn't, no big deal to me. Replace them with someone else.

I am an ND fan. The opponents? Mostly fungible in my world except for Southern Cal, Stanford and Navy.

Other than those three? Mix and match the rest. Texas and Clemson instead of Michigan and Michigan State? What is the difference?
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Bring back Kent State vs. Louisville.

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