I warned you guys yesterday afternoon but you didn't listen: Mid-week games are when crazy brain worms infect skulls from coast-to-coast and create entirely bonkers college lacrosse results. Tuesday provided further scientific proof that Dr. Suxa, Ph.D., M.D. is on to something: Hobart upsetting Colgate and Vermont leading Virginia until late in the fourth quarter are the case studies to which I will change the fields of biology and entomology forever. Aren't you glad you met me now before I become really famous?
Anyway, there are three games today, with action starting early this afternoon and extending into business time tonight. Here are your highlights for the day:
- Every Game: I don't think I've ever seen this on a game day with multiple tilts (save for opening day): Every single game today features a team that doesn't have a win against a Division I opponent yet this season. Now, if UMBC and Maryland hadn't canceled their game today because they were, presumably, too busy doing needlepoint to play a lacrosse game in a driving snow storm, we wouldn't be in this terrific situation. Yet, the warm of embrace of Reverse Survivor suffocates us just as it should, giving us a day in which Michigan, Hartford, and Mercer can all collect their fist victories of the season against an opponent that has uniforms and everything. Oh, rapture!
Here's today's full schedule (Wagner, unfortunately, is not in action):
Leave your comments about the game or anything else (QUERY: Eating boneless chicken wings is grounds for execution, correct?) in the comments below.