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South Regionals [message #57306] Mon, 12 April 2010 10:09 Go to next message
mikehouston37
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Let me clear my throat.
To all the fellas in the place, that don't give a damn what these
other Regions talkin' bout, cause you just tryin to get your South on,
make some nooooiiiise.

I wanna hear it all, seedings, sectionals recaps, predictions, and a
short description of the last girl Casey slept with. Keep the
transplanted Southers in the loop.

-MH
Re: South Regionals [message #57307 is a reply to message #57306] Mon, 12 April 2010 10:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Scotty
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On Apr 12, 12:09 pm, MH <mikehousto...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Let me clear my throat.
> To all the fellas in the place, that don't give a damn what these
> other Regions talkin' bout, cause you just tryin to get your South on,
> make some nooooiiiise.
>
> I wanna hear it all, seedings, sectionals recaps, predictions, and a
> short description of the last girl Casey slept with.  Keep the
> transplanted Southers in the loop.
>
> -MH

Here are the teams if no one declines a bid:

Texas State
Texas
Texas A&M
Rice
North Texas
Kansas
Missouri
Oklahoma
Arkansas
Wash U
Kansas State
Harding
SLU
Alabama
LSU
Mississippi State
Re: South Regionals [message #57314 is a reply to message #57307] Mon, 12 April 2010 11:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
throw
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Wash U is going to implode at regionals. When 2011 rolls around
they'll revert to their early 1990s name ... "Slow Children."


http://www.pixelperfectdigital.com/free_stock_photos/data/58 9/medium/021708_slow_children.jpg


Slow Children was a likable squad of players back then...just ..you
know...a bit slow.


Lance Marput
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZem_MziKeI
Re: South Regionals [message #57331 is a reply to message #57314] Mon, 12 April 2010 13:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Naji
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I predict the Ozarks win 6 of their 8 first round matchups assuming
they don't face each other first round.
Re: South Regionals [message #57338 is a reply to message #57331] Mon, 12 April 2010 14:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ÜBER
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Naji wrote on Mon, 12 April 2010 15:09
I predict the Ozarks win 6 of their 8 first round matchups assuming
they don't face each other first round.


That was a good sectional
Re: South Regionals [message #57341 is a reply to message #57338] Mon, 12 April 2010 15:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rhbigley
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On Apr 12, 4:45 pm, UBER_IHUC <alex-rummelh...@uiowa.edu> wrote:

>
> That was a good sectional
> --
> Posted fromhttp://www.rsdnospam.com

-The Ozark Section was the most competitive I've seen in my five
years. Look no further than Truman State, a team I thought was in
contention for a Nationals birth, not even making it out. I'm not sure
what happened but I know they were battling injuries to their top
players most of the year.

- Ozark Sectionals should never be held in Buder Park ever again.
small unlined fields and Rolled ankles central. Additionally, No
fastest person, longest pull, or longest hammer, WTF!

-It would be wise not to sleep on Tuff despite them coming in as the
6,7or8 seed.
Re: South Regionals [message #57342 is a reply to message #57306] Mon, 12 April 2010 15:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Doctor
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I think Casey ended up in jail Saturday night because he didn't show up to the fields Sunday. Who knows who he slept with while in there.

I'm gunna be the first to cast doubt that the Ozarks sends a team to Nationals this year.

Texas State looked good this weekend and going into Regionals as the number 1 seed gives them the advantage over just about everyone.

Other than that A&M played amazing their first game of the day against Rice in the Semis Sunday morning. Without a doubt the most complete game by any team all weekend and probably the only team that played shutdown defense.

During the finals State did a great job though of exposing A&M with their deep game. Assuming State's deep game is just as good or better going into Regionals, there's probably few teams that can stop them.

On a sad note, Sean Kelley from UNT had a tragic accident Sunday morning against Tech that sent him to the hospital with a blown knee. Keep him in your thoughts and/or prayers.

- Doc
Re: South Regionals [message #57343 is a reply to message #57331] Mon, 12 April 2010 16:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
agerics20
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> I predict the Ozarks win 6 of their 8 first round matchups assuming
> they don't face each other first round.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

---AWESOME!!!
i hope it happens!

now.....what's the Ozarks section and who does that include?
Re: South Regionals [message #57346 is a reply to message #57343] Mon, 12 April 2010 18:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mvuong
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Don't underestimate Alabama and LSU. They could make a splash this year and go very deep at Regionals. In general, this is probably the weakest the South has been in awhile so a lot more teams this year have a chance at Nationals.
Re: South Regionals [message #57347 is a reply to message #57346] Mon, 12 April 2010 18:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ajax.xaja
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http://scores.upa.org/scores/#college-open/seeding/6598
Re: South Regionals [message #57360 is a reply to message #57347] Mon, 12 April 2010 21:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ozarkultimate
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I'm going to go out on a limb and predict that one Texas team advances
and one Ozark team advances to Nationals. There is a lot of parity out
there this year and I would be surprised if there wasn't at least one
upset. Curious to see how the rankings pan out and who gets the DIII
bid.
Re: South Regionals [message #57364 is a reply to message #57346] Mon, 12 April 2010 22:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bslade86
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Didn't one of Bama's star handlers go down with a knee injury mid-season?
Re: South Regionals [message #57366 is a reply to message #57347] Mon, 12 April 2010 23:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mikehouston37
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I'm bored already, let's talk seedings. (this is kinda fun when you're
not in charge anymore) I know nothing about this season so this is
just based on what ajax threw up and an eye test, so tell me where I'm
wrong.

1. Tx St (easy)
2. Kansas (easy)
3/4. Tex/MU (Tex has RRI, MU common opp)
5. Alabama
6. OU
7. A+M
8. Arkansas
9. Wash U
10. Kan St
11. Harding
12. LSU
13. Rice
14. UNT
15. Miss St
16. SLU

Doesn't look easy to seed everything with wacky results from this
season, at least the ones I could find on score reporter. Having UNT
in the bottom of the bracket could be trouble for someone, but there
doesn't seem to be many choices. Big log jam of Ozarks teams before
you can make an argument for LSU and Rice based on the results that
are up. I didn't look too long though, maybe I'm missing something
someone can correct me on. Anyways, start doing the thing where we
all yell and call each other names. I love that.

-MH
Re: South Regionals [message #57367 is a reply to message #57366] Mon, 12 April 2010 23:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ozarkultimate
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MH, you hairy ignorant slut, Harding has to be ranked above Kansas St.
Re: South Regionals [message #57408 is a reply to message #57306] Tue, 13 April 2010 07:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Gray
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Bama lost Joe Oaks for about a month after he had his knee scoped, however he was back at about 90% this weekend at sectionals.
Re: South Regionals [message #57413 is a reply to message #57408] Tue, 13 April 2010 08:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Duchamanos
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I predict that South Regionals will have full sized fields (lined?),
enough water to last through games on Saturday, and free food instead
of booths set up to sell food. Also, the tournament directors will
have had to have paid for the use of the fields. Additionally, the
fields will not have big clumps of grass/dirt/mole holes for people to
hurt their ankles/knees on, nor will the fields have sticks/logs on
them, nor will the fields occasionally have a rusty nail in the
endzone that players will find halfway through the game when one of
them steps on it during a time out. Nor will Frisbee Central be a
quarter mile away from the closest field, and the closest field is a
mile from the furthest field.

Ozark sectionals at Buder Park- Where did that $200 go?
Re: South Regionals [message #57415 is a reply to message #57408] Tue, 13 April 2010 08:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BJ
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I'm new to this, but using only sectional finish and head to head, this is what I got:

1. Tx State
2. KU
3. Mizzou
4/5. Bama/OU (Both above arkansas)
6. Arkansas
7. Wash U (beat TUFF)
8. TUFF
9/10/11. LSU/aTm/Harding
12. Kansas St. (beat rice)
13. Rice
14. UNT
15. Miss. St. (beat st. louis)
16. St. Louis

Mardis Gras and Big D Little D were decisive factors for the south.

Re: South Regionals [message #57593 is a reply to message #57415] Thu, 15 April 2010 09:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rhbigley
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On Apr 13, 10:52 am, BJ <ut.bj...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm new to this, but using only sectional finish and head to
> head, this is what I got:
>
> 1. Tx State
> 2. KU
> 3. Mizzou
> 4/5. Bama/OU (Both above arkansas)
> 6. Arkansas
> 7. Wash U (beat TUFF)
> 8. TUFF
> 9/10/11. LSU/aTm/Harding
> 12. Kansas St. (beat rice)
> 13. Rice
> 14. UNT
> 15. Miss. St. (beat st. louis)
> 16. St. Louis
>
> Mardis Gras and Big D Little D were decisive factors for the
> south.
>
> --
> Posted fromhttp://www.rsdnospam.com

I'll take the loss of chatter as agreement in this seeding.
Hopefully, the RC doesn't screw it up too much like he did the field
location.
Re: South Regionals [message #57631 is a reply to message #57593] Thu, 15 April 2010 14:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BJ
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looked at common opponents to iron out ambiguities.

1. Tx State
2. KU
3. Mizzou
4. OU >(beat north park)
5. Bama >(beat arkansas, lost to north park)
6. Arkansas
7. Wash U (beat TUFF)
8. TUFF
9. Harding > (dearth of
10. aTm > differentiating
11. LSU > common opponents, went to RRI)
12. Kansas St. (beat rice)
13. Rice
14. UNT
15. Miss. St. (beat st. louis)
16. St. Louis
Re: South Regionals [message #57633 is a reply to message #57631] Thu, 15 April 2010 14:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BJ
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btw, this seeding somehow avoids any first round homo-sectional (LOL) match ups.
Re: South Regionals [message #57642 is a reply to message #57593] Thu, 15 April 2010 17:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Caleb
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> I'll take the loss of chatter as agreement in this seeding.
> Hopefully, the RC doesn't screw it up too much like he did the field
> location.

Depends on where you live. As his roommate... I agree!
Re: South Regionals [message #57692 is a reply to message #57642] Fri, 16 April 2010 08:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Scotty
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Tx State KU Mizzou OU
Tuff Wash U Arkansas Bama
Harding Atm LSU Kansas St.
St Louis MSU UNT Rice


those seedings also work well if pool play is used. pools only have
maximum of 2 teams from a section.
Re: South Regionals [message #57699 is a reply to message #57692] Fri, 16 April 2010 09:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michael Moore
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On Apr 16, 10:44 am, Scotty <scottct...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Tx State                KU              Mizzou          OU
> Tuff                   Wash U     Arkansas              Bama
> Harding        Atm              LSU                     Kansas St.
> St Louis               MSU              UNT                     Rice
>
> those seedings also work well if pool play is used. pools only have
> maximum of 2 teams from a section.

Mmmm those are some good looking pools...
Re: South Regionals [message #57700 is a reply to message #57699] Fri, 16 April 2010 09:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ajax.xaja
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Pool play sucks! Let head to head loses eliminate teams not point
differential. Use brackets.
Re: South Regionals [message #57701 is a reply to message #57700] Fri, 16 April 2010 09:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michael Moore
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On Apr 16, 11:50 am, ajax <ajax.x...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Pool play sucks!  Let head to head loses eliminate teams not point
> differential. Use brackets.

just win your games and you don't have to worry about point diff
Re: South Regionals [message #57709 is a reply to message #57701] Fri, 16 April 2010 10:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ajax.xaja
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On Apr 16, 12:51 pm, Michael Moore <mdmoo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 16, 11:50 am, ajax <ajax.x...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Pool play sucks!  Let head to head loses eliminate teams not point
> > differential. Use brackets.
>
> just win your games and you don't have to worry about point diff

Brilliant! Now no pool will ever end up with a tie again. You have
solved the same record tie break problem.
Re: South Regionals [message #57717 is a reply to message #57709] Fri, 16 April 2010 11:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Scotty
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Why does the format change to bracket play for regionals when every
tournament throughout the season utilizes pool play saturday to seed
into a bracket sunday? Even college and club championships start with
pool play and then go into bracket play.
Re: South Regionals [message #57936 is a reply to message #57306] Sun, 18 April 2010 14:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mfran
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Pool play sucks

SEEDS:

System used; Take the highest seed (in order of finish at sectionals) left from each section and compare them:
1.) Head to head
2.) no particular order - Common opponent/ RRI / Overall season (looking later in the season as more important)

Seeds:
1.) TEXAS STATE Won Texas section, Beat Kansas, beat Alabama
2.) KANSAS Won Ozarks, Over Texas on common opponents Arkansas and Washington U., same common opponent, record, higher RRI than Alabama
3.) MISSOURI - Over Texas on common opponents Ark and Wash U., similar results against common opponents, almost same RRI, Missouri with overall better season.
4.) ALABAMA Won Bama, Over Texas on common opponents, Over OU on common opponent Arkansas.
5.) TEXAS both lost to Arkansas, OU beat WASH U, much higher RRI than OU, more impressive second half of season than OU, beat LSU on RRI.
6.) OKLAHOMA - Over Texas A & M on head to head, Over LSU on common opponent Winona State.
7.) ARKANSAS - Over Texas A & M on common opponent Texas, higher RRI than LSU
8.) WASH U - Over Texas A & M on common opponent Texas, Over LSU on common opponent Indiana.
9.) HARDING - Both lost to Kansas, higher RRI than Texas A & M, Over LSU, same result against common opponents, higher RRI
10.) KANSAS STATE better RRI than Texas A & M and LSU
11.) TEXAS A & M - higher RRI than LSU and St. Louis
12.) LSU - Over St. Louis on head to head with Miss St., Over Rice on RRI
13.) MISSISSIPPI ST. - Beat St. Louis, Over Rice on RRI
14.) ST. LOUIS - Higher RRI than Rice
15.) RICE
16.) NORTH TEXAS
Re: South Regionals [message #57943 is a reply to message #57936] Sun, 18 April 2010 16:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
aclement
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On Apr 18, 4:28 pm, matt francis <mfran...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Pool play sucks
>
> SEEDS:
>
> System used; Take the highest seed (in order of finish at
> sectionals) left from each section and compare them:
> 1.) Head to head
> 2.) no particular order - Common opponent/ RRI / Overall
> season (looking later in the season as more important)
>
> Seeds:
> 1.) TEXAS STATE  Won Texas section, Beat Kansas, beat
> Alabama
> 2.) KANSAS  Won Ozarks, Over Texas on common opponents
> Arkansas and Washington U., same common opponent, record,
> higher RRI than Alabama
> 3.) MISSOURI - Over Texas on common opponents Ark and Wash
> U., similar results against common opponents, almost same
> RRI, Missouri with overall better season.
> 4.) ALABAMA  Won Bama, Over Texas on common opponents, Over
> OU on common opponent Arkansas.
> 5.) TEXAS  both lost to Arkansas, OU beat WASH U, much
> higher RRI than OU, more impressive second half of season
> than OU, beat LSU on RRI.
> 6.) OKLAHOMA - Over Texas A & M on head to head, Over LSU on
> common opponent Winona State.
> 7.) ARKANSAS - Over Texas A & M on common opponent Texas,
> higher RRI than LSU
> 8.) WASH U - Over Texas A & M on common opponent Texas, Over
> LSU on common opponent Indiana.
> 9.) HARDING - Both lost to Kansas, higher RRI than Texas A &
> M, Over LSU, same result against common opponents, higher
> RRI
> 10.) KANSAS STATE  better RRI than Texas A & M and LSU
> 11.) TEXAS A & M - higher RRI than LSU and St. Louis
> 12.) LSU - Over St. Louis on head to head with Miss St.,
> Over Rice on RRI
> 13.) MISSISSIPPI ST. - Beat St. Louis, Over Rice on RRI
> 14.) ST. LOUIS - Higher RRI than Rice
> 15.) RICE
> 16.) NORTH TEXAS
>
> --
> Posted fromhttp://www.rsdnospam.com

Either Texas (2419) > Missouri (2349) and Texas (2419) > Bama (2360)
based on RRI or you should not use RRI to put Texas (2419) > OU
(2394).

I'm not sure if common opponents or RRI are a better/stronger
argument, but it's interesting that you use common opponents to
justify Missouri over Texas and ignore those same common opponents in
favor of a weaker RRI signal when comparing Texas to OU.
Re: South Regionals [message #57974 is a reply to message #57306] Sun, 18 April 2010 21:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mfran
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I see your point, looking at Missouri, they have had a very impresive season with only losing to Truman state ( who they beat 2 times since), ball state, Michigan state, and Kansas, who have all had great years, seem to have enough evidence, including the common opponents over Texas. I do see your point with the rri or common opponent and maybe it should be 4- Texas, 5- bama, 6-ou, but I definately do not see Texas as low as a 6, 7, or 8 seed with the way they have played the second half, especially sectionals.

I do believe rri can show the season as more of a whole though and should be looked at closely along with common opponent.
Re: South Regionals [message #58054 is a reply to message #57306] Mon, 19 April 2010 11:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hollenbacsth
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I don't really understand the UPA RRI so here is my gut feeling based off my understanding of the team's abilities:

1. TX STATE - results vs Michigan, Kansas, Wash U, and at sectionals are impressive. I don't think there is any doubt they deserve the #1.

2. Kansas - The Ozarks is strong this year despite what some people are saying outside of the Ozarks. They are a steadfast team that knows how to win (even without Axel).

3. Mizzou - There seems to be a growing consensus that mizzou deserves the 3rd spot. The strong season mizzou has had is no fluke. Strong in leadership and bench play it will be hard for any team to run with the mutants.

4. Arkansas - They beat OU at sectionals 13-6 only lost to KU by 1. In the Ozarks, we all know the raw talent this players can exhibit. I was fully expecting them to get to the finals at Sectionals.

5. Oklahoma - Win over North Park and very strong sectionals shows this team is getting better and better. And don't expect many mistakes with a full line of 7 seniors.

6. Alabama - Gotta give Bama section some love and the top seed there deserves to be in the top 5 at regionals. This team looks like a 2 face, could be hot or cold.

7. LSU - very nice season. 9 players over 6 foot and a few key guys who can throw it deep. I would not suggest playing them underneath.

8. Wash U - Weaker this year than previous years, but still very very good. Very hard to seed because losses vs key opponents. I expect a surgical offense and a technical defense.

9. Texas - All the losses don't look good. And the word on the street has been that this team is the most vulnerable we have seen in years. Although very impressive Sunday at sectionals and I expect them to beat seed.

10/11. Kansas St./ aTm - Rough sunday at sectionals from KSU.

12. Harding - Harding's go to players are strong. Although they beat Kstate in my experience K State just has a stronger/larger pool of players. Sorry Harding, I would love to see another exciting Harding vs Top Bama or TX close game!

13/14 Rice/UNT - I'm sure they have great squads but not sure if they can run with the teams in other sections.

15. SLU - Yes they lost to Miss st at the beginning of the season. But I believe they have better wins than Miss st. (see Truman (twice), Missouri S&T) And when they get fired up for a game they can be hard to beat.

16. Miss St. - some bad losses (Vanderbilt, Southern Illinois..)

I disagree that the South is weak this year. I believe it is very strong with a lot of parity. There is no doubt that whatever the seedings are there will be suprises and upsets. Good luck to all.
Re: South Regionals [message #58099 is a reply to message #57701] Mon, 19 April 2010 15:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
rhbigley
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On Apr 16, 11:51 am, Michael Moore <mdmoo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 16, 11:50 am, ajax <ajax.x...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Pool play sucks!  Let head to head loses eliminate teams not point
> > differential. Use brackets.
>
> just win your games and you don't have to worry about point diff



The choice to play Double Elim. or pool play was given to the teams.
I'm fairly certain, after talking with friends and contacts, it will
be straight Bracket play.
Re: South Regionals [message #58548 is a reply to message #58099] Thu, 22 April 2010 13:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
MSU Ultimate
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yea, straight bracket play

Seedings are suppose to be out today
Re: South Regionals [message #58792 is a reply to message #57306] Fri, 23 April 2010 14:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Doctor
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You people are all dweebs.

On the one hand we have people who obviously perform sexual favors to UT players, due to the fact that they are one or use to be, because they want to seed this team higher than sixth going into this tourney simply because they use to be a good team. Nothing against anyone who does or has played for UT, I respect the hell out of their program; its obviously the best in the region. BTW, Chris Brooks FOTY!

On the other hand, you have people using their gut instinct to determine seeding....neat

My favorite are the blind-patriots who believe their section is God and all the teams going to Regionals from that section are the chosen people.

You fail to realize that your perception of the world is somewhat skewed since you've only been to tourneys in the Midwest this season. If any of these teams had faced decent competition we'd have a clearer picture of who should be seeded where. Look no further than Missouri, they've beat some high school teams and other scrub schools and you want to seed them third!! I'm sure they're a decent team though...for the Midwest.

RRI? nobody even knows WTF this is all about. If you do know, you're a dork. You probably read RSD everyday and think Ultimate is the coolest sport on the planet. You might also use words like roflcopter.

Let's face the facts. Not a single team in this Regional tournament is ranked in the top 20, 30, or 40. Gratz on whoever wins Regionals, have fun getting face-rolled at Natties.


"Gosh, this guy is raging or something. Ultimate really is the coolest sport ever. I need to listen to some Michael Buble to calm down." - You


Very Happy

- Doc

Re: South Regionals [message #58804 is a reply to message #58792] Fri, 23 April 2010 19:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mickey
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To early to talk All-region?

Ryland "The Ryborg" Barton (Texas). Believe it. If the steely-cold skills don't get you, those baby blues surely will.
Re: South Regionals [message #58808 is a reply to message #58804] Sat, 24 April 2010 00:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
morado
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No, there's actually a south all-region thread believe it or not.

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.disc/browse_thread/ thread/c5561377ef7daaa4?hl=en#

next time you think you're early, try not to be late.
Re: South Regionals [message #59109 is a reply to message #58808] Tue, 27 April 2010 10:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mike
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I thought seedings were suppose to be finalized last Thursday. What
happened? Anyone have any idea when we might get these?
Re: South Regionals [message #59111 is a reply to message #59109] Tue, 27 April 2010 10:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BJ
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I have just informed the UPA that because they didn't reach this deadline, their results for this weekend will not be counted.

The purpose for establishing this deadline is to allow the teams to self prepare for opponents.

If the UPA has any questions, they can contact me at Marley's Pizza, 555-5555.
Re: South Regionals [message #59112 is a reply to message #59111] Tue, 27 April 2010 10:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Doctor
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Let's boycott stuff. How bout the UPA and maybe some banks that are too big fail. After all, the UPA caused the economic downturn.
Re: South Regionals [message #59150 is a reply to message #59112] Tue, 27 April 2010 12:27 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Scotty
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Brackets up

http://scores.upa.org/scores/#college-open/tournament/6598
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