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barryw 
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04-17-18 11:45 AM - Post#255443    

Yesterday North Carolina released their non conference schedule for next year. Probably only five more months until Penn will release theirs.

 
PennFan10 
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04-17-18 11:46 AM - Post#255444    
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We weren't on it? Bummer....

 
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04-17-18 04:23 PM - Post#255469    
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There's not that much left to determine. I think Fairfield and Monmouth owe us return games. There's the USVI thing and the Big 5. Only leaves a couple openings.

 
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04-17-18 05:03 PM - Post#255470    
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We will, I'm sure, have Lafayette and I think that we are also scheduled to go to Toledo. Not sure whether we have a game with Delaware State and/or Dayton. You're right though - only one or two games to schedule.

 
palestra38 
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04-17-18 05:06 PM - Post#255471    
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I hope we upgrade the schedule a bit from last year. It would be disappointing if it is as weak--it is what gave us that 16 seed.

 
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04-17-18 05:14 PM - Post#255473    
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Fairfield does not owe us a home game. They played in the Palestra in December of 2016, and we visited them as last season's opening game.

It is my understanding that Dayton was a guarantee game, and they will not be visiting us.

As previously noted, Miami is visiting us in return for a game we played there during the 2015-16 season.


 
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04-17-18 05:38 PM - Post#255474    
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I hope we're done with Delaware State---that brings nothing to the table and we've played home and home.

 
penn nation 
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04-17-18 06:28 PM - Post#255477    
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Well, I’m still saving my ticket stub from that record breaker.

 
1979Quakers 
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04-19-18 10:14 AM - Post#255541    
    In response to palestra38

More than likely they are done with the Hornets. I would tend to believe that, if Monmouth is not on the slate, a regional team (one within a 100 mile radius of Philadelphia, such as such as Rider, Bucknell, Delaware, or Lehigh) would be on the slate. It is possible that they will continue their series with Navy (next year would be in Annapolis), and/or they add Drexel back to the schedule.

Outside of the Miami game and the potential for a game against teams like Kansas State and/ or Missouri in the Paradise Jam, there may not be slot availability to fit in a game against a known program, although there could be flexibility if certain series (Fairfield, for instance, are not continued). Right now, if the schedule will be 30 games like last season, this is how it breaks down (with projected games):

Ivy home and home - 14 games
Villanova (H)
LaSalle (A)
Temple (A)
St. Joseph's (H)
Paradise Jam - three games
Lafayette (H)
Miami (H)
Navy (A) *I am betting that this series continues
Toledo (A) *assuming that the series was a home and home
Five (5) available games

It all depends if the schedule will be 28 or 30 games. I could see one game being Monmouth/Rider/Bucknell/D elaware/Lehigh, one against a high mid-major (Davidson, perhaps), and a home and home with Drexel. I would not even discount Penn State as a possibility.

It will be interesting to see how the schedule shakes out over the next five months.




 
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04-19-18 11:06 AM - Post#255549    
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I'm going to guess a Chicago area away game against a known program as a Max Rothschild graduation gift.

The Dayton away game last year might have been Antonio Woods' gift.


Edited by TheLine on 04-19-18 11:09 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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04-19-18 11:31 AM - Post#255552    
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The Paradise Jam is an exempt event, so Penn will be at 29 games to start (27 games for Ivy teams, MTE counts as 1 for 3 games). It could schedule a 30th against any of the other seven competitors in the event within two weeks of the tournament as a freebie game.

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 11:36 AM - Post#255553    
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DePaul, UIC, or, even, Chicago State (unlikely as they were bad last season and would bring down the SOS) could be a possibility then. It would be fun to schedule Loyola a year after the Final Four appearance.

 
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04-19-18 11:38 AM - Post#255554    
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So, they could schedule, say, Old Dominion as a free game since they are one of the eight participants?

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 12:13 PM - Post#255556    
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Honestly, I don't know how Chicago State even manages to field a basketball team. Back in the day, I actually participated in a Model UN competition there in high school, but that is an institution which may be shut down altogether in the near future.

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 12:20 PM - Post#255557    
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As for UIC, I still remember the Quakers losing to them in January, 1983 after blowing a 20 point lead at the Palestra. That was back when UIC was known as Illinois-Chicago Circle or, simply, The Circle.

Edited by 1979Quakers on 04-19-18 12:23 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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04-19-18 12:24 PM - Post#255558    
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The Cyrkle

 
penn nation 
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04-19-18 12:46 PM - Post#255560    
    In response to 1979Quakers

Circle--no definite article.

As in, "where are you going to school? Circle". Or maybe, "Circle Campus" (but even that sounds too formal).

I think that was the first game Penn played when I was a freshman in 84....lost in Chicago IIRC.

  • 1979Quakers Said:
As for UIC, I still remember the Quakers losing to them in January, 1983 after blowing a 20 point lead at the Palestra. That was back when UIC was known as Illinois-Chicago Circle or, simply, The Circle.




 
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04-19-18 01:24 PM - Post#255562    
    In response to 10Q

All right---who wrote their big (and pretty much only) hit, "Red Rubber Ball"?

No peeking.

 
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04-19-18 01:26 PM - Post#255564    
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Correct. Princeton didn't actually use the 30th game last year, but it could have, given that it scheduled USC (a Diamond Head participant) on the way to Diamond Head.

Harvard could have as well (and for some reason I recall that they did explore it with St. Joe's, but I could be wrong).

ODU or Northern Iowa would certainly be fun.

 
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04-19-18 01:41 PM - Post#255567    
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Paul Simon of course. Turndown Day also charted.

 
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04-19-18 03:39 PM - Post#255570    
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I didn't peak, but I do happen to be reading a Paul Simon bio right now.

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 07:46 PM - Post#255573    
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  • 1979Quakers Said:
As for UIC, I still remember the Quakers losing to them in January, 1983 after blowing a 20 point lead at the Palestra. That was back when UIC was known as Illinois-Chicago Circle or, simply, The Circle.



I was at that game. The team got booed as they left the floor. That was during Craig Littlepage's first season-- a season the team was expected to be terrific, but instead was a major disappointment.

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 09:59 PM - Post#255575    
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I remember them beating a good SMU team (with future NBA center Jon Koncak), then three nights later upsetting Villanova early that season. It looked like that it was going to be a memorable season, then the wheels unexpectedly came off in January with the bottom being the collapse against the Flames.

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 10:05 AM - Post#255588    
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That game against Villanova was a thing of beauty, wasn't it?

 
Charlie Fog 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 10:42 AM - Post#255592    
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  • Silver Maple Said:
  • 1979Quakers Said:
As for UIC, I still remember the Quakers losing to them in January, 1983 after blowing a 20 point lead at the Palestra. That was back when UIC was known as Illinois-Chicago Circle or, simply, The Circle.



I was at that game. The team got booed as they left the floor. That was during Craig Littlepage's first season-- a season the team was expected to be terrific, but instead was a major disappointment.



Didn't Littlepage follow Weinhauer?


 
palestra38 
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04-20-18 10:47 AM - Post#255593    
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Yes

 
Silver Maple 
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04-20-18 11:05 AM - Post#255595    
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And not well.

 
Charlie Fog 
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04-20-18 11:19 AM - Post#255596    
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Didn't Weinhauer leave after the 79 final four season

never mind, google is my friend

Edited by Charlie Fog on 04-20-18 11:20 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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04-20-18 11:43 AM - Post#255597    
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No, the next year he took Booney and a bunch of freshmen to a tie with Princeton, won the playoff and beat Wash State in the 1st round of the NCAAS, probably his best coaching job

 
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Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 09:01 PM - Post#255623    
    In response to palestra38

I was living in Indiana in 1980 and went to the Penn-WSU game at Purdue. Corky Calhoun was there. That game featured a furious comeback for Penn

 
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04-21-18 02:59 PM - Post#255630    
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Weinhauer actually stayed for three years after the final four season, i.e. his last season was 81-82. Littlepage era began in 82-83.

 
Silver Maple 
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04-22-18 10:22 AM - Post#255641    
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I wish Sarge had stayed one more year. 82-83 was the year that Paul Little, Michael Brown, Avery Rawlings, David Lardner and George Noon (c'mon, be nice) were all seniors, and Karl Racine, Anthony Arnolie and Willie Oliphant were also on that team. If not for the coaching change, I've always believed that they could have been an absolutely outstanding team.

 
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04-22-18 11:42 AM - Post#255643    
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That was also the senior year of Craig Robinson, who rejected more Quakers than the Princeton Admissions Office.

 
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04-22-18 12:11 PM - Post#255644    
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Little getting injured and that 1-4 offense Littlepaige put in place both hurt the team. They could've recovered from one of those but not both.

Willie is still the last Philly public school player to play for Penn.


 
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04-22-18 07:09 PM - Post#255646    
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Also then-A.D. Charles Harris stupidly scheduling the Princeton home game as part of a doubleheader at the Spectrum.


 
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04-24-18 08:36 AM - Post#255714    
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Wasn't that a kind of forced punishment thing for fan behavior the previous year?

Still dumb. Second row in the Spectrum sucked compared to third row in the Palestra. Couldn't have the usual effect on the Princeton players.




 
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05-10-18 01:58 PM - Post#256697    
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Paradise Jam bracket released:

Penn Basketball


@PennBasketball
45m45 minutes ago
schedule has been announced for 2018 @paradisejam!
11/16: Northern Iowa, 6:30 local (5:30 EST)
11/17 OR 11/18: Eastern Kentucky or Kansas State
11/19: Kennesaw State/Missouri/OldDominio n/Oregon State

Bit of a downer not to be on the side of the bracket with two HMs. Northern Iowa was KenPom 122 last year (Penn was 125).

 
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05-10-18 02:30 PM - Post#256706    
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That's a well coached NI team. Had a down year, but Jacobson has to rank as one of the more successful MM coaches in recent years.

 
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07-10-18 10:46 PM - Post#258645    
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Is there a (rumored) date for the Miami game? Can't find it here or on Miami board. Many thanks.
"Our team will win our next 10 games in a row. I know that." Judson Wallace, February 8, 2005 http://www.letsgoquakers.com/02082005PrincetonatPenn.mpg


 
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07-11-18 12:02 PM - Post#258670    
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Monmouth at Penn, 12/31 (apologies if this has already been posted)

 
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07-11-18 06:14 PM - Post#258706    
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  • mrjames Said:
The Paradise Jam is an exempt event, so Penn will be at 29 games to start (27 games for Ivy teams, MTE counts as 1 for 3 games). It could schedule a 30th against any of the other seven competitors in the event within two weeks of the tournament as a freebie game.


I'm not so sure that "30th" game must be against one of the other seven competitors in the event. While Kansas State has scheduled Kennesaw State on 11/9, Eastern Kentucky has scheduled non-D1 Midway (Ky.), an NAIA school, on 11/13, as its additional (fourth) game.
http://www.letsgoquakers.com/


 
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07-12-18 09:29 AM - Post#258738    
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https://www.midmajormadness.com/2018/7/11/17555778...

-- After Kansas State, Old Dominion is the best team in this field, and people are going to take notice when they beat Oregon State and Missouri en route to a likely championship loss to Kansas State. The Monarchs went 25-7 last year and return leading scorers B.J. Stith and Ahmad Caver, who combine to form one of the deadliest three-point duos in the country. On the other side, Northern Iowa and Penn should play a defensive battle with the slight upper hand going to a Quakers team that was hideously under-seeded in the NCAA Tournament. --

 
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07-18-18 07:51 PM - Post#259105    
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According to Rice's website, the Quakers host the Owls on November 9th.

http://www.riceowls.com/sports/m-baskbl/sched /rice...

 
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07-19-18 08:50 AM - Post#259116    
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Good catch.

Rice's coach, Scott Pera, was a Quakers' assistant coach under Jerome Allen from 2012-2014.

https://pennathletics.com/coaches.aspx?rc=2090&...

 
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07-21-18 06:53 AM - Post#259234    
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  • palestra38 Said:
I hope we're done with Delaware State---that brings nothing to the table and we've played home and home.


Have we? We played Delaware State home-and-home in November 2014 (home) & 2015 (away), then they were off the schedule in 2016. We played them at home again last December.
http://www.letsgoquakers.com/


 
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07-21-18 02:49 PM - Post#259243    
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Pretty sure we will be @Delaware St this year, unfortunately.

 
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07-23-18 12:02 PM - Post#259283    
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Dover is beautiful in the winter!

 
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07-25-18 05:15 PM - Post#259463    
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Villanova at Penn, Tuesday 12/11/18

http://www.villanova.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec- rel/...

The Wildcats will also visit the Palestra on Saturday December 1st against La Salle.

 
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07-25-18 05:15 PM - Post#259464    
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Villanova just released their non-conference schedule. Playing Penn at the Palestra 12/11. Also playing LaSalle at the Palestra 12/1. Interestingly, they are playing home games against Temple and St Joe's on 12/5 and 12/8 respectively, making their full Big 5 slate played over 10 days.

 
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07-26-18 05:13 PM - Post#259499    
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Penn @ Temple 1/19

 
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07-26-18 06:01 PM - Post#259502    
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Temple plays Drexel at the Palestra on Saturday, December 22. There was talk that the Penn-Temple game would be switched to the Palestra to give Fran Dunphy a farewell Palestra appearance. Apparently, that farewell appearance will be on December 22.



 
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07-26-18 10:59 PM - Post#259514    
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Pretty sad they couldn't make that happen.

 
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07-27-18 09:31 AM - Post#259527    
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I am sure Dunphy will be honored at a Penn game after his retirement from Temple.

 
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07-30-18 09:37 AM - Post#259626    
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Penn at LaSalle on December 8th.

https://goexplorers.com/schedule.aspx?schedule=328

 
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07-30-18 02:28 PM - Post#259653    
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Penn opens season at George Mason November 6

 
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07-30-18 02:36 PM - Post#259655    
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Will George Mason replace Navy on the schedule or will that series continue?


 
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07-30-18 02:42 PM - Post#259659    
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Election night.

 
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07-30-18 02:44 PM - Post#259661    
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Once again, they're trying to stop college educated voters from voting.

 
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07-30-18 03:38 PM - Post#259676    
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No, Donald/Hillary already did that.

 
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07-30-18 04:17 PM - Post#259685    
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As of now I count 26 sure games-14 Ivy, 4 city, 3 tournament, Miami, George Mason, Rice, Toledo, Monmouth. That leaves three or four. One for sure is Lafayette, who we play every year. Drexel will not be one of them since Penn is not on their released nonconference schedule. Navy is a possibility.

 
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07-30-18 04:27 PM - Post#259689    
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Penn at Toledo - Sat Dec 29 - 2 PM

 
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07-30-18 06:17 PM - Post#259719    
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  • barryw Said:
As of now I count 26 sure games-14 Ivy, 4 city, 3 tournament, Miami, George Mason, Rice, Toledo, Monmouth. That leaves three or four. One for sure is Lafayette, who we play every year. Drexel will not be one of them since Penn is not on their released nonconference schedule. Navy is a possibility.


At Delaware State? Didn’t someone post about a 12/23 game vs. Howard in Dubai?
http://www.letsgoquakers.com/


Edited by 13otto on 07-30-18 06:18 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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07-30-18 06:53 PM - Post#259721    
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If the rumored game against Howard in Dubai comes to fruition (which I am starting to doubt), that leaves two or three left. I still think Navy and Lafayette will be on the schedule and I would not be shocked if the Quakers schedule a game against one of the other Paradise Jam participants (possibly Old Dominion). If not an Old Dominion, I could see Rider or Delaware pop back on the schedule.

 
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07-30-18 07:21 PM - Post#259722    
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Barry W has identified 26 opponents, with three remaining.

I would expect Penn and Lafayette to continue the series, this year at the Palestra.

Penn owes Delaware State a game in Dover.

Howard owes Penn a home game, to be played in either Philadelphia or, perhaps, Dubai.

And, as others have pointed out, Penn could play one of the Paradise Jam participants as a 30th game.

That leaves no room for Navy, or for anyone else, unless Penn defers for a year either Lafayette, Delaware State or Howard.

 
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07-30-18 07:37 PM - Post#259725    
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V Howard, V Lafayette and @Del St are confirmed I believe.

Edited by PennFan10 on 07-30-18 07:40 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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08-06-18 03:16 PM - Post#259987    
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Penn - St Joe at Palestra January 26th. it is a St Joe home game.

 
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08-06-18 03:33 PM - Post#259989    
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They just announced on Philly.com that St Joe's and Loyola-Chicago (that Final Four team build by our AD) are playing on 12/22. This wouldn't be a doubleheader, would it?

 
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08-06-18 05:08 PM - Post#259993    
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I am advised that SJU vs. Loyola-Chicago and Drexel vs. Temple (Fran Dunphy's final Palestra game) are both on Saturday, December 22 in the Palestra, but they are separate admissions, not a doubleheader.




 
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08-07-18 02:08 PM - Post#260036    
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Per Delaware State's website:

Penn at Delaware State 11/27/18 at 7:30 pm

 
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08-07-18 02:22 PM - Post#260038    
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Yucch

 
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08-07-18 03:12 PM - Post#260041    
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As I suspected

 
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08-07-18 03:37 PM - Post#260044    
    In response to PennFan10

So, at this point we appear to have our entire non-conference schedule except for:

1. The date of the Miami home game.
2. The date of the Lafayette home game.
3. The date and location of the Howard game (Sunday, December 23 if in Dubai).



 
barryw 
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08-07-18 04:21 PM - Post#260048    
    In response to Stuart Suss

As of now Penn has no games from November 19th to 27th, November 27th to December 8th, December 11th to December 29th, and December 31st to January 19th. During the period in early January I would suspect there would be at least one Princeton game. The other league travel partners (example Yale and Brown) play both games. If there is to be a Howard game, it would be after exams. Both the Miami and Lafayette games have to occur before the ACC and Patriot start league play.

 
PennFan10 
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08-08-18 01:48 PM - Post#260079    
    In response to barryw

Here is what I have:

@George Mason 11/6
Rice 11/9
@Paradise Jam 11/16-11/19
@Delaware State 11/27
@Lasalle 12/8
Villanova 12/11
@Toledo 12/29
Monmouth 12/31
@Temple 1/19/19
St Josephs 1/26/19

Need dates for Miami, Howard, Lafayette

With 14 league games that's 27. So we should expect 2 more and a possible 30th vs a Paradise Jam opponent. Most likely the other 2 will be bus distance from Penn. So Navy, or similar is likely.

Edited by PennFan10 on 08-08-18 01:49 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
penn nation 
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08-08-18 02:36 PM - Post#260083    
    In response to Stuart Suss

  • Stuart Suss Said:

3. The date and location of the Howard game (Sunday, December 23 if in Dubai).




We seriously couldn't find somewhere along the Mason-Dixon line? That's a very long distance to play a team that's gonna put a dent in our SOS.


 
PennFan10 
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08-08-18 10:04 PM - Post#260090    
    In response to penn nation

Apologies, Stuarts Suss is right. We have 27 scheduled (including the Paradise Jam as 1 of those 27--3 for 1).

So all we have potentially left is a 30th game against a PJ opponent. Remedial math was never my strong suit.

 
Jeff2sf 
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08-09-18 12:57 PM - Post#260118    
    In response to penn nation

I generally hate games against teams like Howard that are SOS killer and don't even have a local connection.

but tough to hate on something where the kids get a trip to dubai. does it run up against any other rule like a tournament (2 in x years) or an international trip (once every 4 years)? My guess is no given we just went to Italy and we're playing in Paradise Jam. but i dunno.

 
10Q 
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08-09-18 12:59 PM - Post#260120    
    In response to Jeff2sf

Why would anyone want to go to Dubai?

 
PennFan10 
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08-09-18 02:01 PM - Post#260130    
    In response to 10Q

I have not heard anything to confirm a trip to Dubai. I am guessing this game is at the Palestra

 
Jeff2sf 
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08-09-18 02:41 PM - Post#260134    
    In response to 10Q

what a weird thing to say, q.

ok, well if not dubai than this game is a turkey.

 
weinhauers_ghost 
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08-09-18 04:32 PM - Post#260137    
    In response to Jeff2sf

Not just a turkey. Leftover turkey.

 
penn nation 
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08-09-18 05:00 PM - Post#260139    
    In response to weinhauers_ghost

Unless they move it from Dubai to Istanbul.

 
gopenngo 
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08-10-18 12:03 AM - Post#260145    
    In response to penn nation

That's Istanbul-sh*t.

 
10Q 
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08-10-18 09:17 AM - Post#260149    
    In response to gopenngo

Not Constantinople

 
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