Laxurday Internet Talking Interface: April 30, 2011

via media.syracuse.com

There are 24 games on the slate today and none are bigger than tonight's mega-hyped Notre Dame-Syracuse battle royale.  It's numero uno against numero [whatever "four" is in Spanish] in the most unique lacrosse environment in the country.  ESPNU has the broadcast starting at 7:00 P.M.

To start you off we have the "Fun Factor" games and their runner-ups. Those aside, there's also a bunch of other interesting games happening all across the country:

  • Towson-St. Joseph's:  This is the Hawks' last chance for a victory in 2011.  If they lose, the rumor floating around is that everyone will be sent to the stockade for punishment.  That seems a little draconian, no?
  • Wagner-Quinnipiac: Alright, Seahawks.  A win and you avoid holding title to "Reverse Survivor" and "The Wagner Cup."  A loss and you lock both up for what should be an unmatched record time. 
  • Vermont-Stony Brook: No time for a letdown out of the Seawolves.  The Catamounts are just looking to end their season on a high note.
  • Manhattan-Canisius: Just kidding.  This game smells like old socks.

This is your open thread for the day.  People will be around to yak about whatever is tickling their fancy.

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