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Lacrosse the Internet: March 28, 2013

I am from the future! Where's the potato chips?

This is obviously your favorite site, but other people actually write important stuff sometimes. Now is that sometimes.

Dixon's Takeaways: Midseason Outlook, Conferences Heating Up and All-America Picks
Dixon recaps the early part of the season with lots of words written in English.

Buczek: Picking the Blog Back up at Cornell
Hey everyone, Connor Buczek back to update you on all of the happenings of the Cornell men's lacrosse team this spring. I had the opportunity to blog for about all of my experiences with the U.S. under-19 team this summer and was fortunate enough to be asked to keep you updated on our Big Red throughout the remainder of this spring. We are currently eight games into the season, holding a 7-1 overall record and a 2-0 record in Ivy League play

Conference Player Awards in Division I for March 25th
If anything calls for ice cream for dinner, this is it.

Michigan 3, Loyola 10
If you ask me, there are a few ways to look at this result. First is that Michigan regressed slightly from what had been rapidly improving form. Another is that Loyola played things a little slower and choked the life out of the game, leading to a less-than-impressive score (that, we can detrmine from the numbers). A third is that Josh Hawkins is simply that important to the Hounds, and it was his absence that led to mediocre early-season results from Loyola. I think we’ll see it’s a combination of all three.

Detroit 11, VMI 6
So, Detroit removes itself from Reverse Survivor contention (as expected). A dominating defensive performance and a more-than-good enough offensive output were the story of the day.

Taking good with bad at Syracuse lacrosse midpoint
On the surface, a 5-2 record looks good. The Orange have had quality, consecutive wins over Virginia, St. John’s and Johns Hopkins, but it’s also had frustrating losses—the season opener at home against Albany and this past Saturday at Villanova.

Lacrosse coach likes how Cornell responded in victory over Penn
Cornell men's lacrosse coach Ben DeLuca likes to talk about the process. He believes the Big Red has a process in place — hard work, tireless focus, self-examination, and unflinching accountability — to help the team succeed.

Today's beats: I still don't know how I feel about Panic! Whatever.