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Username Post: 2020-21 Men's Schedule        (Topic#24177)
HuskyColonial 
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06-23-20 08:54 PM - Post#309488    
    In response to Bison54

I certainly do. I wasn’t aware he helped schedule the 1 and 1. Was he in a position to do so?

 
Bison137 
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06-23-20 09:57 PM - Post#309491    
    In response to HuskyColonial

  • HuskyColonial Said:
I certainly do. I wasn’t aware he helped schedule the 1 and 1. Was he in a position to do so?




Hardt of course is now the Richmond AD, but I doubt he had much to do with scheduling this game. Mooney has been at Richmond since 2005 and I imagine he has almost complete authority to make his own schedule - within reason of course. The fact that he has played Bucknell six times shows that he didn't need John Hardt to suggest the Bison as a good opponent.




 
HuskyColonial 
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06-24-20 10:29 AM - Post#309504    
    In response to Bison137

I have always liked the match up. DC and Northern Virginia have so many great options for opponents.

 
BisonRoadWarrior 
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Re: 2020-21 Men&#039;s Schedule
06-24-20 10:15 PM - Post#309567    
    In response to Bison137

  • Bison137 Said:
That’s good news, because Richmond and coach Mooney have always been willing to do return games at Sojka.

This game is reportedly scheduled for December 20th.

...which falls on a Sunday, for others who may have wondered.

 
Bison89 
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06-25-20 09:29 AM - Post#309574    
    In response to Bucknellbisonfan21

  • Bucknellbisonfan21 Said:
Who knows if this will happen or not but at Richmond is currently on the schedule.

https://twitter.com/jonrothstein/status/1 275543402...


With the COVID-19 spikes that we are seeing around the country, it will be very interesting to see if any NCAA games happen at all in 2020-2021.

BTW, sports like baseball, softball, swimming, diving, track & field, cross-country, crew, golf, and tennis can socially distance to a certain extent, but I don't see how contact sports can be played unless the NCAA just accepts that people are going to get sick and lots of testing is needed.
New season, new team, new dream . . .


 
Bison1999 
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06-25-20 01:34 PM - Post#309593    
    In response to Bison89

I estimate the chance of any NCCA bball this academic year to be approximately 0.00%.

Dust off the VCR, folks; gonna be a long and dark winter.

Go Bison!

 
HuskyColonial 
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06-25-20 03:27 PM - Post#309608    
    In response to Bison1999

I think wrestling may be one of the few indoor sports that can happen this year. While they contact us intense, it’s a one-on-one sport in which testing could keep the athletes safe.

 
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