Allergies kept me out of the office early this morning, so this is posting a little later than I had originally hoped.
It’s also going be a little thinner on content. So if you want to prognosticate in the comments, I would be much obliged by your contribution.
We know what’s at stake for both the men and women at almost every tournmanent from here on out, starting with Tally Classic this weekend.
Francis laid it out in response to USA Ultimate’s first set of college rankings this spring. Just win, ladies and gents. Every game is so important now for the conference as a whole. Take advantage of all those quality games this weekend.
We used what little influence we have to get the men’s pools changed for Tally Classic. Originally, LSU, Auburn and Southern Miss all were in the same pool. Now there are no more than two GC teams per pool, so that means more games against out-of-conference competition. You’re welcome!
Tough-looking pool. Important for MSU to at least hold seed by beating Georgia State. An upset would be nice!
LSU versus North Carolina-Wilmington will be a showcase game on Saturday evening. Please have someone update the Twitter during this. Also … WILL YETI BE THERE?!?
Same Saturday opponents as LSU. Plus we’ll get to see how post-Ryan Landry Auburn stacks up to LSU.
The Mardi Gras champs should be able to hold seed in this pool, but Kennesaw game could be a challenge.
Gets a rematch against Alabama after losing to them in the semis at Mardi Gras last weekend. Could break seed with a win against Kennesaw.
That Tulane-Georgia Tech game should be something to behold.
Both Alabama and Auburn have had good starts to the spring season. Now we’ll get to see which team is the actual favorite heading toward the postseason.
Big opportunity this weekend to make waves coming off Mardi Gras win. At least holding seed would be a nice accomplishment.
Haven’t been as impressive as last spring’s team. A strong weekend at Tally will correct Tulane’s course.