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39 minutes ago, GardenStateBaller said:

Can’t win MNCs without quality OOS victories. 

Wrong. Can’t win MNCs without a quality schedule. What matters is the overall strength of schedule. Who cares about the location of the team you play. By your logic it would be better to play an average OOS opponent instead of a superior in-state opponent. I’ve mentioned it before, unless MD has a game against the likes of STA, Texas’ best, St. Louis, etc, an OOS game is a waste of the program’s resources.

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5 minutes ago, Bodysurf said:

Wrong. Can’t win MNCs without a quality schedule. What matters is the overall strength of schedule. Who cares about the location of the team you play. By your logic it would be better to play an average OOS opponent instead of a superior in-state opponent. I’ve mentioned it before, unless MD has a game against the likes of STA, Texas’ best, St. Louis, etc, an OOS game is a waste of the program’s resources.

We'll see. Every pollster shares my view as we talk all the time. Times are changing. 

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1 hour ago, Bodysurf said:

Wrong. Can’t win MNCs without a quality schedule. What matters is the overall strength of schedule. Who cares about the location of the team you play. By your logic it would be better to play an average OOS opponent instead of a superior in-state opponent. I’ve mentioned it before, unless MD has a game against the likes of STA, Texas’ best, St. Louis, etc, an OOS game is a waste of the program’s resources.

It diversifies the schedule so that, I don't know, certain programs can't inflate the strength of their league to artificially prop up their schedule.

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24 minutes ago, Atticus Finch said:

It diversifies the schedule so that, I don't know, certain programs can't inflate the strength of their league to artificially prop up their schedule.

You can also accomplish that very same thing by playing a team from your own state that you've never played before...or haven't played in 20 or 30 years.

 

 

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