The Gray Bats are calling out the Ducks foil in the Campbell Conference, the PGH Bulldogs.
I’m just glad I’m not thinking about how I’m going to avoid a first round match-up with myself, and hoping to get forfeits from the Matadors, and hoping other teams lose etc.
Those were bleak times.
I don’t know how I’d feel if I were a player and our defact-o team spokesman specifically said we were going to lose 3 of 7 games.
(Any Duck who wants admin access to our blog is welcome to it, the more variety we have in the voice of this site the better.)
and I would sure as hell be pissed if I were Dr. Radical, and a 2-12 team said my team was one of 4 he expected to beat.
The odds are they won’t lose to them twice.
The Gray Bats figure to be active at the roster deadline.
My take on the rest of the Ducks schedule is that every game individually is winnable.
We went 9-3 in the first half of the season, and to improve that by one game and finish 19-5 seems reasonable.
The big picture goals are to advance in the playoffs, make a run at the conference title and the championship.
Kenny Powers will be out for blood the next time we face them.
Kenny Powers is a bullet-proof tiger.
(I don’t think I’m getting that recap,but if he wanted a guest spot to post some league news, or something, we could probably work that out.)
To list individually which games i think we will win is not something I would do.
The South Oakland Ducks (11-3) of the North Side have won 6 straight – a franchise record.