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A Full Pint
Michigan played neither horseshoes nor hand grenades in Oosterbaan Fieldhouse Saturday afternoon. Fortunately, I think the program is still young enough that a moral victory counts for something – just not in the record book.
That's an excellent thought from Michigan's perspective, but for Cornell, the Red shouldn't be in a position to provide the young Wolverines with a moral victory. This isn't to imply that Michigan isn't worthy of making Cornell win in a tough spot; rather, it's that Cornell -- despite reasonably coming back to the field in 2014 given the volume of contributor losses the team has suffered -- probably shouldn't be in a position where it needs overtime to dispatch a third-year program (regardless of the Wolverines' results this season).
As good of an effort as it was for Michigan it was equal confusing with respect to the Big Red. Cornell has a vitally important date with Virginia this coming weekend, and the Red need to quickly find their volition to avoid a potentially difficult result.
Dixon's Takeaways: Maryland's Youth Handles Success, Notre Dame Steals ACC Win, More
Whenever I see a headline about youth, I immediately think of the Hanson Brothers playing with their slot cars.
Quint's Top 20: Chaos Reigns in Middle of the Pack
A little surprising to see Quint have the Orange ranked so high.
Winners & Losers: Penn, Syracuse, Loyola's Offense and Bad Clears
Not listed this week: Hot Pockets, which is a shame.
Tuesdays with Corey: Denver Seeks to Regroup
Denver is going to be just fine.
Lacrosse Magazine Division I Men's Rankings
Maryland tops the publication's rankings for this week.
Eamon McAnaney: My Top 20 and the Era of Parity
Eamon's contributing to Lacrosse Magazine this season.
Conference Player Awards in Division I for March 3rd
It's a shame that conferences don't give out an award for "Most Likely to Own a Pickup Truck."
Lacrosse weekend wrap: Syracuse faces 0-2 hole in ACC play after loss at Virginia
Dead last in the ACC.
Emmaus grad Souders leads nationally ranked Lehigh men's lacrosse team
Souders is a somewhat unheralded monster for the Hawks.
John Tillman doesn't think No. 1 Maryland men's lacrosse is best team in nation
Tillman is correct. That honor goes to Team USA.
Syracuse lacrosse: Six takeaways from the Orange's 17-12 loss at Virginia
You're not going to believe this, but face-off play is the first point.