ODU faces daunting 2011 CAA schedule

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Being the new kid on the block, Old Dominion football received no favors from the schedule makers for its initial season of play in the Colonial Athletic Association.

The Monarchs got their first look at their 2011 league schedule this week, and it includes a concluding four-week gantlet of games during which the Monarchs travel to 2009 national champion Villanova, host 2004 national champion James Madison, host 2008 national champion Richmond and visit William and Mary.

http://hamptonroads.com/2010/06/odu-fac ... a-schedule
 
Aren't all those schools listed in this thread CAA schools? I think they are....and so that means that every CAA football team has a daunting schedule.
 
BradRamFan said:
Aren't all those schools listed in this thread CAA schools? I think they are....and so that means that every CAA football team has a daunting schedule.

Everybody doesn't play everybody every year
 
BigE said:
The Monarchs got their first look at their 2011 league schedule this week, and it includes a concluding four-week gantlet of games during which the Monarchs travel to 2009 national champion Villanova, host 2004 national champion James Madison, host 2008 national champion Richmond and visit William and Mary.
What's a gantlet? :shock: :lol:
Lousy ODU grads trying to write articles again...
 
You do realize that article was written by Rich Radford right? I might be wrong, but isn't he a VCU grad? :lol:

Rich Radford has been a staff writer at The Virginian-Pilot since 1987 and has held a variety of beats, ranging from high schools to the pros. His primary beats are Old Dominion football and pro and amateur golf.

Rich, 45, came to The Pilot after two years at The Daily Press in Newport News. He began professionally as an intern at The Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Married for 19 years, Rich and his wife, Laurie, live in Norfolk and have two sons, Kevin, 15, and Alex, 12. In his spare time, Rich enjoys coaching youth baseball and playing tennis.

A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Rich was the first scholarship golfer at VCU and was named Outstanding Graduate in Journalism in 1985. He is a Richmond native and attended Meadowbrook High School.
 
:lol: sorry I was having a T-Mac moment, didn't check any facts just assumed! :oops:
Although if I'm T-Mac, I'm supposed to continue on saying that I'm right and he's an ODU grad, no matter what the facts say!!!
Sure am glad that @$$clown isn't around here!
 
BOOMShakalaka said:
:lol: sorry I was having a T-Mac moment, didn't check any facts just assumed! :oops:
Although if I'm T-Mac, I'm supposed to continue on saying that I'm right and he's an ODU grad, no matter what the facts say!!!
Sure am glad that @$$clown isn't around here!

well, I'll give you credit for at least admitting you made a mistake.
 
razorcomesinpeace said:
BaNgMyPrOgRaM said:

So what??? A VCU made fun of him for being an ODU grad because of his lousy grammar and he was in fact, a VCU grad. That's what.....hilarious.

I believe he was referring to the article in general.
 
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