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11-05-2017 12:54 PM
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2013 D1 Boys Still Playing a Lot

A final report on the excellent careers of these RS Seniors:

Player/School/G/GP/GS/G/A

Matthew Mozynski/Campbell/18/18/18/-/-
Guilherme Rodrigues/UML/16/16/14/1/3
Mac Steeves/PC/18/18/12/8/3
Dominik Machado/18/10/8/0/0
09-21-2017 11:18 AM
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No kid on team. Just my opinion that style is now slow,sluggish and one-dimensional.
Look at the final 2014 stat sheet. See the top half dozen scorers and recall how they played together. That team had some magic, and might have won it all.
09-21-2017 08:11 AM
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I see three MA underclass not playing much for PC. I wonder which one is yours?
No kid on team. Just my opinion that style is now slow,sluggish and one-dimensional.
09-21-2017 07:52 AM
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The kid is in college, and dad still feels he has to put in a plug on TS for his kid? That is the definition of pathetic.
Yeah, College D1 is not like the local town or club team. It is a parent free zone. Only thing parents can do is figure out whether a transfer makes sense. Often if the academics are clicking it does not. A lot of 2016-7 kids may land in that thought process, especially the 2016's.
09-21-2017 07:43 AM
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Why repeat senior year? Got blasted the first 2 games against good teams. Back to playing slow, slugish football. Gressel was the only story at PC. Agreed. Time to move on and mold another young Gressel.
Last season around now PC was 4-5. Look what happened. Conference play has barely started. We both know CS; he is one of the best young coaches in New England. It's why you are there.
09-21-2017 07:18 AM
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I see three MA underclass not playing much for PC. I wonder which one is yours?
The kid is in college, and dad still feels he has to put in a plug on TS for his kid? That is the definition of pathetic.
09-21-2017 06:42 AM
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Their careers are over. Time to move on.
Why repeat senior year? Got blasted the first 2 games against good teams. Back to playing slow, slugish football. Gressel was the only story at PC. Agreed. Time to move on and mold another young Gressel.
09-20-2017 05:13 PM
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Let's see how the RS Seniors are doing;

Re-build year at PC. Time for the underclassmen to play
I see three MA underclass not playing much for PC. I wonder which one is yours?
09-20-2017 04:53 PM
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Because 6 kids are still playing including one of New England's best college players.
Their careers are over. Time to move on.
09-20-2017 04:50 PM
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Why bother bringing this thread back?
Because 6 kids are still playing including one of New England's best college players.
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