cruiser wrote:It's probably one of the ten top toughest schedules in the nation for next season and no matter what
the opinions are,with MD only taking in one transfer so far, (compared to Bosco's double digits)
this will be a tough gig for MD, (especially with the administration turning down, rumor goes several
four star players that wanted to transfer in at winter semester).
If they can truly make it through this schedule with no losses or even one loss to the right team, they
deserve a three-peat as national champs!
OC Sports wrote:Seems like Rollinson is afraid to play the best teams. Remember that bogus claim by many of the “insiders” exactly one year ago.
cruiser wrote:It's probably one of the ten top toughest schedules in the nation for next season
OutOfState wrote:Source of the post The game details for MD/SJC has been confirmed for several weeks. It’s Sept 27 at Catholic University in Washington DC. It will be the homecoming game for SJC.
OutOfState wrote:Source of the post The best schedules I have seen so far for next year are MD and St Johns College
RedPillWonderland wrote:That didn’t used to be the case with rival games like MD/Servite but yes, I know i.e. JSerra/SM being the league opener for 2019 as opposed to regular season finale.
The question is what is the rotation for 2019? Particularly for the first week Oct. 4. Haven’t seen that fully revealed. The only finalized league schedule I’ve seen is JSerra’s.
RedPillWonderland wrote:Source of the post Mater Dei will also scrimmage Los Alamitos at Los Al on Thursday Sept 15.
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