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Now here's a shocker

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It doesn't seem like the greatest idea to me. There is a fair chance ND won't make the quarterfinals and for any of the other teams likely to make the quarterfinals it is a very long trip.

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Having the quarterfinals in Lucas Oil Stadium and moving the venue out of one of the traditional lacrosse hotbeds is a marketing ploy. Same reason Denver got a home game last year, an effort to grow the sport. Will NOT help the present only the possible future of the sport. Zack80 - I will be going to Rutgers on Sunday and if I can figure out who is who, I will attempt to give you a "scouting report".

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Sounds good LFDLaxer.

How the attack and close D are meshing out would be of great interest ... whether Cummings and Jesse Bernhardt seemed to be staying at the midfield or moving.

 

I've read 3 articles about UMd fall practice and not one even mentions Chanenchuk.

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I won't hold my breath.

As you know, I'm not the biggest fan of the whole Chanenchuk thing anyways. I'd just as soon see Bobby Gribbin, Rustin Bryant,... get a shot on the midfield.

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The NCAA is going back to an old haunt and exceptionally new ground with the 2013 men's lacrosse quarterfinals. Notre Dame is the host school for the quarterfinal in Indianapolis.:)

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