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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Don't you say that every year?
    Sure. I admitted you play the overall game better than I do. But my NCAA team is better than yours. It doesn't matter, of course, since I didn't make the tournament this year or last year (though I would have made it last year under this years qualifying rules), but I play to win. I don't see the point in going into NCAA's with a team that can't win. Last year, my team outscored everybody, Russ included. But the game just doesn't necessarily reward the team that has the most talent.

    I'm not saying my team had the most talent, because Russ has put together a monster of a team. He's obviously mastered the game. He gets the big regular season points and puts together a great NCAA team seemingly every year now.
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    Brother, I was kidding. I agree, your team does appear stronger than mine, for sure. I'll be very fortunate to finish in the Top 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Brother, I was kidding. I agree, your team does appear stronger than mine, for sure. I'll be very fortunate to finish in the Top 4.
    I don't think you were fortunate at all. You played the game well. It's more than just putting together an NCAA team.
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    I don't think you were fortunate at all. You played the game well. It's more than just putting together an NCAA team.
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    Tim,
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    The reality is that rarely is your initial draft your make it or break it. Once you get started things can fall apart quickly. My #2 pick redshirted (Chamberlain) and Wolfensberger was MIA and Jake Deitchler retired. It's about the supplementals and making win/win trades and then figuring out at the end of the season if you can make playoffs by getting in on points or if you have to sacrifice some talent to get to the WC. If your #13 you have nothing to lose so start strengthening for conference week. I was kind of between a rock and a hard place bc I was sitting at #5 but had people breathing down my back. Between supplemental, A couple late trades and some luck, I got in. Lots of EIWA champs and runner-ups. My only disappointment was Sorenson and Kemmerer as I expected Sorenson to beat Toal and thought Kemmerer might win the EIWA. He's a shell of himself, I think he's injured. I didn't expect to win conference week and was surprised when I did but I thought I was positioned well to score enough to keep my top 5 status. LoSt's discovery of women and the library allowed me to pass him up and Jensens got the complete shaft conference week from the loss of Mason and someone else or I would not have moved up to #3. Now I fear that my team has run it's course. Someone like Sorenson Von Ohlen will need to make an finals run along with Dake and Leblanc and I just don't see all of that happening.
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    My favorite weekend of the year is here...wishing I was in St. Louis. Good luck to everyone!

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    Would have scored 114, not a great showing, but not bad. Hoping to actually have the NCAA's matter to my fantasy team next year.
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    I have no idea what I scored, but it wasn't good!

    I think it was Payton in a runaway.
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