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  • I think the numbers will get bad....worse than last spring.....over the next several weeks. But after the new year things will improve. And moving forward vaccinations will start and ramp up. We will get to see in real time how good/safe the vaccines are. I don’t know, though, if the 40-50 % who...
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  • When you enter the transfer portal I would have to think you are agreeing to attend the school you transfer to. What type of deal Savory got re scholarship at UML is not known. I can’t imagine UML will honor RPI’s offer if they don’t have a scholarship to offer. As to Savory returning...
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  • Put yourself in SAJ’s shoes. You are trying to keep the doors open for the #1 purpose of a university: to educate students and give them their $60K’s worth. Then this happens and you have to make incredibly difficult decisions. Many think this has been the moment SAJ has been waiting for:...
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  • Just a thought. By April or May the virus numbers should be down significantly. So it is very conceivable play could resume. Since so many schools, leagues, and players will have been impacted, what about a Spring/Summer league? The players could stay on campus and do academic work and they could...
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  • I wonder with all the sentiment the program is going to suffer tremendously...I get that this is a major setback, but RPI is hardly alone here. Every program is suffering, even the ones playing now, albeit to a lesser degree. And it has been pointed out that Junior programs and all the way down the...
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  • I am sad but not surprised at all. And I think this will happen in many programs across the country. As to it being a major blow, I think it stops the momentum the team had achieved. A huge step backward, but there’s no reason we can’t bounce back. The way things are looking now, vaccines...
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  • I get the frustration and the anger. And that good players are leaving. I doubt any games will be played. Look at Wisconsin football. No game again this week. The virus is totally out of control there. 51% of hospital beds in El Paso are filled with Covid patients. Utah is planning to ration care. It...
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  • Travis Roy passed away yesterday. What a role model he was. Your worst nightmare comes true and you make something out of it. So as we sit here wondering when the Engineers will play again and who will be in the lineup, let us all pause for a second and remember things could be far, far worse. Let Travis...
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  • Regarding the Dubinsky situation : he “signed” with the BCHL. Signed for the whole season? Could he come back in January or something? Someone mentioned his taking on line classes. Does he forego his affiliation and any scholarship/financial aid from RPI by doing this? You also allude to...
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