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#1 OldFan

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 12:49 AM

Marian official enrollment:  1194.6
Marian average opponents' official enrollments:  962.5  
Marian's smallest oponent:   336.6  (Elmhurst Immacuate Conception)

Points scored by Marian against smaller schools:   347   (ave:  34.7)
Points scored on Marian BY smaller schools:  98   (ave 9.8)

Points scored by Marian against schools their own size or larger:  80   (ave  26.7)
Points scored on Marian bY  schools their own size or larger:   33   (ave 11.0)

Points scored by Marian against playoff teams:  219  (ave  27.4)
Points scored on Marian bY playoff teams:  70  (ave 8.75)
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SHG official enrollment:  1313.4
Average enrollment os SGH opponents:  1127.5
SHG smallest oppoponent: 775.5  (Kankakee Bishop McNamara)

Points scored by SHG against smaller schools:  381  (ave 38.1)
Points scored on SHG BY smaller schools:  69  (ave 6.9)

Points scored by SHG against schools their own size or larger:  134  (ave 44.7)
Points scored on SHG bY  schools their own size or larger: 19   (ave 6.33)

Points scored by SHG against playoff teams:  275 (ave  34.4)
Points scored on SHG bY playoff teams:  73   (ave  12.2)
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#2 Hurricane Fan

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 02:21 AM

As I am sure you will agree..........Lets play the game.

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#3 abruzzi51

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 08:35 AM

As I'm sure YOU'LL agree, go in the bathroom with your dirty magazine and stay there where you belong until gametime.  But, don't take your computer with you.

Don't know if you noticed, but the sign on the door says SHGFOOTBALL.com.  If you don't like the topic, take your ball and go home.  You talk about "Let's play the game" and then go on another thread and post some rambling diatribe about your wonderful players. What a tool.

Edited by abruzzi51, 22 November 2006 - 08:41 AM.


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Posted 22 November 2006 - 12:12 PM

All. Tool :lol: Ratsy

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 12:26 PM

I think this was covered in a previous thread, but isn't Woodstock supposed to be about peace, love, togetherness, harmony and brotherhood? Hey man, you-all are disrespecting the memory of Jimi and Janis, et al. Make love, not war! Old Fan and Abruzzi, you two are the only ones here old enough to remember those halcyon days of tie-dye, goovy mellowness and peace signs everywhere. Or, maybe you guys were the molotov cocktail-throwin', long haired, pig-hatin' street brothers and you're caught in a time warp and you still think you're "stickin' it to the man." BTW, I'm hosting an alternative tailgate this weekend, look for the Peter Max flag and follow the billowing smoke clouds-----it ain't BBQ, man.
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#6 Cyclone1

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:30 PM

Total points scored on the First Defensive team (not counting Montini) 21

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 09:16 PM

Uhhh, wait a minute, ispaiu, you can add Ratsy and at least RingoKid to that list along with yourself.  And anyway, I wasn't a flower child or a war protester.  I hated everybody.

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Posted 23 November 2006 - 01:07 PM

QUOTE (ispaiu @ Nov 22 2006, 11:26 AM)
I think this was covered in a previous thread, but isn't Woodstock supposed to be about peace, love, togetherness, harmony and brotherhood? Hey man, you-all are disrespecting the memory of Jimi and Janis, et al. Make love, not war! Old Fan and Abruzzi, you two are the only ones here old enough to remember those halcyon days of tie-dye, goovy mellowness and peace signs everywhere. Or, maybe you guys were the molotov cocktail-throwin', long haired, pig-hatin' street brothers and you're caught in a time warp and you still think you're "stickin' it to the man." BTW, I'm hosting an alternative tailgate this weekend, look for the Peter Max flag and follow the billowing smoke clouds-----it ain't BBQ, man.

You forgot the Huki-Lau!!

You crack me up.  :lol:

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Posted 24 November 2006 - 12:12 PM

QUOTE (abruzzi51 @ Nov 22 2006, 08:16 PM)
Uhhh, wait a minute, ispaiu, you can add Ratsy and at least RingoKid to that list along with yourself.  And anyway, I wasn't a flower child or a war protester.  I hated everybody.

I'm so old that I can remember asking myself why the protestors at the 1968 Democratic convention weren't working during the summer like I was.




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