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RE: Was ODU's decision, right or wrong
(Today 04:50 PM)Gilesfan Wrote:  
(Today 04:50 PM)monarx Wrote:  
(Today 03:43 PM)Grommet Wrote:  
(Today 02:04 PM)Cyniclone Wrote:  
(Today 01:32 PM)ODBlue Wrote:  A school that cancels football when other schools in the conference are playing tells that recruit that this school doesn't take football seriously. That this is not a football school. That football is not important to the school.

That would certainly explain the $67.5 million stadium that opened last year. That's a common move for schools that don't consider football important.

It'd also explain why they hired a coordinator from one of the most powerful and storied programs of all time to be their head coach. Everyone knows that's a white flag.

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No longer a surprise, but there goes spring football. I cant believe that ODU and UConn are the only two teams that cant seem to figure out how to play safely. As my buddy always says, "its hard being a Monarch fan".

Who said the other schools were playing safely?
Those who support playing, which seems to be the majority at this point.
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