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  1. Yes. Much of the $$ will be for personal appearances. As to the question of whether players would be able use SLU logos, names, etc., it's an interesting topic. In some situations, top-tier players may compete with SLU for sponsorship dollars. In others, there may be joint team/player/sponsor opportunities. In yet other situations, sponsors may use player appearances as a cheap way to buy an implied relationship with SLU/team or defeat another sponsor's exclusivity. Each might have different solutions as to use of marks. There may be some top-tier players who capture the entire market's p
  2. There is a SLU alumni club in Boston. Have no idea how active. But here's the link. Click on Boston and all of the contact info is there. https://www.slu.edu/alumni-and-donors/alumni/clubs-organizations/club-cities.php
  3. But takes two to tango. In 2017 when AAC sought to expand by one, only Wichita State, Dayton and VCU were considered. Not us. Is now different?
  4. Clock, agree with so many of your points. However, am wondering about your last sentence. If we leave, where do we go? Very limited options, if any. Better options don't seem possible, at least at this time. And the ones which might be possible? They're either worse or no better.
  5. Hoyas win! 66-58. Seton Hall goes down
  6. In case wondering where the Jesuits are moving, not very far. A new Jesuit residence is being built at Spring near Laclede, south of Fusz Hall. Sounds like ground breaking coming soon. https://www.slu.edu/news/2021/january/jesuit-residence.php
  7. With NET of 62 (and 0-4 Q1) they're out of the Dance as we know. A10 would try to help, I'm sure. There would probably be better games for us, but I like it. Currently, Davidson is projected to be in the NIT but towards the bottom, the last 3-seed, the 11th team of 16. There's a possibility those towards bottom could get pushed out as upsets happen this week, particularly conference champs who don't win their conference tourneys. So... if they're interested in playing in the NIT, they could be motivated to solidify their NIT standing, plus stay warm vs a 10+ day layoff. On other hand, los
  8. Interesting tool, thanks for sharing. For what it's worth, here are the scenarios and results presuming we play VCU: Odds to NCAA Tourney Seed Today post UMass victory: 40.3 11, 3rd of Last Four Byes After beating Bonnies: 72.3% 10 After losing to VCU 59.8% 11, 2nd of Last Four Byes After beating VCU 100% (obviously)
  9. and 25 from Perk. Not too shabby
  10. C'mon, Bills. Not only need win, but a BIG win. Line is 8. How about 15 or more. Will help the NET score. Do it. Go Bills.
  11. I'll be there. Section 110. Go Bills!
  12. And have now fallen to 34 in the NET, just 7 ahead of us.
  13. Here's Carter Chapley's latest on the Bills, their post-Covid struggles, how communications was the key to the Bonnies win... and the key to success down the line. https://www.scoopswithdannymac.com/communication-needs-to-be-focus-for-billikens-to-keep-march-dreams-alive/
  14. Pretty good story from Busting Brackets on the concerns facing the Bonnies after their loss to the Bills. I might quibble with a few things, but pretty fair reporting on the game and issues moving forward. https://bustingbrackets.com/2021/02/07/st-bonaventure-basketball-3-takeaways-from-setback-at-saint-louis/
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