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Friday March 11 @ 7PM
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Friday March 11 @ 7PM
With both the basketball and hockey teams simultaneously starting critical games, at the end of surprisingly successful seasons, when NCAA tournament births are within the reasonable realm of possibility for both teams, is this the most important start time in WMU history?

It is killing me because I will need to get both games going, on separate laptops, after picking up my daughter from volleyball practice, which is supposed to end at 7. The local high school is in a basketball district final game, at 7, and the whole town will be there (school has only lost one game) except me. Bad timing to say the least!
03-11-2011 02:54 PM
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RE: Friday March 11 @ 7PM
Of course the most promising start time in WMU history would be bad timing...03-no
03-11-2011 04:26 PM
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