OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby HoosierPal » Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:05 pm

Boyee wrote:Of the 11 AAC schools on week one,
Temple won (beat SEC Vanderbilt)
Tulsa won (beat fellow American member Tulane)
East Carolina won (vs. FCS school North Carolina Central University)
Memphis won (beat FCS school Austin Peay State University)
South Florida won (beat FCS school Western Carolina University)
Tulane lost (to fellow American member Tulsa)
Connecticut lost (to independent BYU)
Central Florida lost (to Big Ten member Penn State)
Houston lost (to C-USA member UTSA)
Southern Methodist lost (to Big 12 member Baylor and didn't even score a point)
Cincinnati has not played yet.


How about a rundown of CUSA while you are at it?
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby Omaha1 » Thu Sep 04, 2014 10:38 am

HoosierPal wrote:
Boyee wrote:Of the 11 AAC schools on week one,
Temple won (beat SEC Vanderbilt)
Tulsa won (beat fellow American member Tulane)
East Carolina won (vs. FCS school North Carolina Central University)
Memphis won (beat FCS school Austin Peay State University)
South Florida won (beat FCS school Western Carolina University)
Tulane lost (to fellow American member Tulsa)
Connecticut lost (to independent BYU)
Central Florida lost (to Big Ten member Penn State)
Houston lost (to C-USA member UTSA)
Southern Methodist lost (to Big 12 member Baylor and didn't even score a point)
Cincinnati has not played yet.


How about a rundown of CUSA while you are at it?


I thought that was CUSA. What a sad sad conference.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby stever20 » Thu Sep 04, 2014 10:59 am

Omaha1 wrote:
HoosierPal wrote:
Boyee wrote:Of the 11 AAC schools on week one,
Temple won (beat SEC Vanderbilt)
Tulsa won (beat fellow American member Tulane)
East Carolina won (vs. FCS school North Carolina Central University)
Memphis won (beat FCS school Austin Peay State University)
South Florida won (beat FCS school Western Carolina University)
Tulane lost (to fellow American member Tulsa)
Connecticut lost (to independent BYU)
Central Florida lost (to Big Ten member Penn State)
Houston lost (to C-USA member UTSA)
Southern Methodist lost (to Big 12 member Baylor and didn't even score a point)
Cincinnati has not played yet.


How about a rundown of CUSA while you are at it?


I thought that was CUSA. What a sad sad conference.

Maybe in football, but with the defending national champions, 3 other teams that made the tourney last year, and SMU- it's not in basketball.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby R to the OB » Thu Sep 04, 2014 3:42 pm

stever20 wrote:
Omaha1 wrote:
Boyee wrote:Of the 11 AAC schools on week one,
Temple won (beat SEC Vanderbilt)
Tulsa won (beat fellow American member Tulane)
East Carolina won (vs. FCS school North Carolina Central University)
Memphis won (beat FCS school Austin Peay State University)
South Florida won (beat FCS school Western Carolina University)
Tulane lost (to fellow American member Tulsa)
Connecticut lost (to independent BYU)
Central Florida lost (to Big Ten member Penn State)
Houston lost (to C-USA member UTSA)
Southern Methodist lost (to Big 12 member Baylor and didn't even score a point)
Cincinnati has not played yet.


I thought that was CUSA. What a sad sad conference.

Maybe in football, but with the defending national champions, 3 other teams that made the tourney last year, and SMU- it's not in basketball.

Are you sure?
UCONN and SMU will still be good
Cincinnati has lost quite a bit in Sean Kilpatrick and Justin Jackson (where will their offense come from?)
Tulsa lost their coach and wasn't even close to the bubble before winning the CUSA Tournament
Memphis loses four starters
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby NJRedman » Thu Sep 04, 2014 5:54 pm

stever20 wrote:
Omaha1 wrote:
Boyee wrote:Of the 11 AAC schools on week one,
Temple won (beat SEC Vanderbilt)
Tulsa won (beat fellow American member Tulane)
East Carolina won (vs. FCS school North Carolina Central University)
Memphis won (beat FCS school Austin Peay State University)
South Florida won (beat FCS school Western Carolina University)
Tulane lost (to fellow American member Tulsa)
Connecticut lost (to independent BYU)
Central Florida lost (to Big Ten member Penn State)
Houston lost (to C-USA member UTSA)
Southern Methodist lost (to Big 12 member Baylor and didn't even score a point)
Cincinnati has not played yet.


I thought that was CUSA. What a sad sad conference.

Maybe in football, but with the defending national champions, 3 other teams that made the tourney last year, and SMU- it's not in basketball.


Surprise surprise, here's Stever cupping the AAC's sack. Oh and SMU's best recruit just decided he rather play in Europe.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby FlyJays » Thu Sep 04, 2014 6:26 pm

Surprise surprise, here's Stever cupping the AAC's sack. Oh and SMU's best recruit just decided he rather play in Europe.


And SMU's best recruit for 2015 (McQuaid) decommitted after realizing he was too good for the AAC. He's taking an official to Creighton this weekend.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby stever20 » Thu Sep 04, 2014 7:03 pm

and just as much a surprise that folks on here want to diss the AAC every single minute. The AAC isn't going anywhere...

It's far from a sad conference and any one with a clue in basketball knows that. Big East is going to be better than them this year- but it's not like the AAC is going to be like the MWC was last year. I don't know why folks on here want to bring this up every single week it seems. Maybe some jealousy.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby SJHooper » Thu Sep 04, 2014 9:16 pm

The AAC will take a big step back. UConn will still be good but nothing crazy especially losing Napier. SMU will be good. Louisville is now gone. Cincy loses Kilpatrick and Jackson. Memphis loses tons of starters. Temple was awful last year…can they do anything this year?

The way I see it, they got worse, lost a blueblood program, and just added a bunch of trash i.e. Tulane, Tulsa, etc.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby HoosierPal » Thu Sep 04, 2014 9:33 pm

stever20 wrote:and just as much a surprise that folks on here want to diss the AAC every single minute. The AAC isn't going anywhere...

It's far from a sad conference and any one with a clue in basketball knows that. Big East is going to be better than them this year- but it's not like the AAC is going to be like the MWC was last year. I don't know why folks on here want to bring this up every single week it seems. Maybe some jealousy.


I would be Ecstatic if the 2014/15 Big East basketball season APPROACHED the success of the 2013/14 AAC season. Three AP All Americans, 4 NCAA Bids,9-3 tourney record plus the National Champ. And you have to count the Women's NCAA champ in there also. Our goal should be to be as good as the AAC was last year.
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Re: OT: AAC Fans Beyond Delusional

Postby NJRedman » Thu Sep 04, 2014 9:45 pm

stever20 wrote:and just as much a surprise that folks on here want to diss the AAC every single minute. The AAC isn't going anywhere...

It's far from a sad conference and any one with a clue in basketball knows that. Big East is going to be better than them this year- but it's not like the AAC is going to be like the MWC was last year. I don't know why folks on here want to bring this up every single week it seems. Maybe some jealousy.


No one said they are going anywhere, and we don't bring it up every week. Though it seems like you praise them every single week while degrading the Big East. At least once play starts up. We get it, you're a big AAC supporter, and thats cool, just don't think you'll get much sympathy here.
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