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Ryan Peters
Dad, scientist, insider, in that order. Used to blog for NYC Buckets, now contribute to and . Proud Sacred Heart alum.
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Ryan Peters Jul 9
Replying to @pioneer_pride
Especially if football moves to the spring, along with other fall sports. There are a limited number of athletic trainers, SIDs, and other support staff that can reasonably accommodate a hectic spring.
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Ryan Peters Jul 9
I’m surprised if they play in Nov. Most likely scenario is conference only play starting in Jan. From what I’ve heard, a full season Jan to May is very difficult to pull off logistically. Small schools only have so many athletics staff/resources to allocate for spring semester.
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Ryan Peters Jul 7
Midway thru his senior season, I told Jamion how impressive Whack’s advanced metrics where when ran the . Jamion’s response: “I know, why do you think we play him so much?”
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Ryan Peters Jul 7
Replying to @morrisoncrying
There are a select few in the media who seem happy to criticize the NCAA and the pro leagues at every turn during this pandemic, but it’s nowhere near the majority of paid journalists as BPredict seems to constantly insinuate. Most as you said, just want a paying job.
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Ryan Peters Jul 7
Replying to @morrisoncrying
He seems like a smart guy, but he’s fallen into the same trap as many on Twitter - he paints with such a broad brush. And yeah his narrative has gotten pretty old of late
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Ryan Peters Jun 29
Congrats, Ray! (He’s one of the good guys)
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Ryan Peters Jun 22
I chose Big Red but clearly I’m in the minority
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Dan Gardella Jun 22
Time to let the people decide 🤔
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Ryan Peters Jun 16
💀💀💀
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Ryan Peters Jun 14
Replying to @kunkel5
Congrats, Lee!!
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Ryan Peters Jun 11
“It’s neither Great not West” I believe were your written words. Great line.
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Ryan Peters Jun 11
Replying to @NelCastNY
Yeah that’s a tough break. I’d be annoyed too.
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Ryan Peters Jun 10
I dunno about the media... their Sacred Hearts are in the right place, they’re just trying to Mount St Mary’s clickbait headlines
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
Replying to @LetsGoRoMo
Losing Josh Williams, Mendy and McEwen isn’t insignificant though. Have to get some 3-point shooting and another banger down low to step up.
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
Replying to @LetsGoRoMo
I completely respect that and obviously the university didn’t build the UPMC to stick around. But it could cost RMU success in the short term.
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
Replying to @DalyDoseOfHoops
Sure, but would QU have beaten a 17-3 Iona squad?
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
Replying to @VTSimone
“Probably” is a little strong tho as far as the MAAC & Shannon’s injury is concerned. But yeah they’re NEC favorites as LIU’s dynasty ended, although Karvel Anderson led RMU (beat St Johns in NIT) and Norfleet/Whack Mount were far from pushovers. But easier than Manhattan/Iona.
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
Replying to @pioneer_pride
Of course, Robert Morris and Toole have already experienced success in getting to the Big Dance, so maybe the time to jump is now. But if I’m a RMU diehard maybe I’m hoping the team sticks around in 2020-21 as a top tier contender. Or maybe not...
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Ryan Peters Jun 8
Replying to @pioneer_pride
Quinnipiac left for the MAAC in 2013 and it may have cost the program a NCAAT berth, and eventually, Tom Moore his HC job. They finished T-3rd in the stronger MAAC led by Azotam, Hearst & Drame (great trio), but I’m confident they had a legit chance to dance if still in the NEC.
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