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Spending New Year's Eve in Tallahassee.

It appears that after playing at Florida State on December 30th the Tigers will stick around Tallahassee to face Florida A&M on New Year's Day.

I can't recall a time in recent memory where the Tigers combined non-conference games on a single plane trip that wasn't a tournament. Anyone?

The Rattlers, who are part of the MEAC, had a record of 8-20 last season.

Stuart Schulman said,

September 8, 2011 @ 2:50 pm

That's 12 nonconference games accounted for (or 26 total). One presumes a tuneup game of some sort on 1/28 or 1/29. By rule, how may additional games can be scheduled? Does the CBE thing count as an exempt tournament?

Jon Solomon said,

September 8, 2011 @ 3:18 pm


I'll have more on this in tomorrow's news but the game at Cornell has been moved up to 1/13. I'd assume the Columbia game will slide up as well.

I know of 2-3 more games that haven't been announced yet so the schedule has to be very close to complete.

CBE counts as one game, so Princeton can schedule 30 games - as they did a season ago.


TigerHeel said,

September 8, 2011 @ 3:41 pm

Only one home non-conference game so far. Wow. In your next interview with the coaches, I would be interested to hear their thoughts on how difficult it is to convince other teams to come to Jadwin.

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