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Author Topic: Lets talk Purdue  (Read 9723 times)


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Re: Lets talk Purdue
« Reply #100 on: November 12, 2019, 05:14:42 PM »
A significant portion of Marquette fans don't give a flying fu** about the Packers.

Beg your pardon. May God forgive you.

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Re: Lets talk Purdue
« Reply #101 on: November 12, 2019, 05:20:32 PM »
People (myself included) are just hungry for MU ball.  When almost every other team has already played 2-3 games and the only one we’ve played was against the Little Sisters of the Poor on a TV network that reached fewer sets than a backwoods public access channel, I understand the frustration.

For the record, DePaul is the only Beast team that has played someone that wouldn't be on the level of the Little Sisters of the Poor, and that was their Gavitt game where the schedule was out of their control.  Right now it's us, CU, and Nova with one buy win, SH, PC, StJ, X, GU, and BU with 2 buy wins, and DP sitting pretty with 3+ the first Gavitt game.  The way I see it, given the FF scheduling there is no other (logical) way we could have had our schedule.