Soft Pretzel Logic Archive: November, 2008

The Anti-Spectacle of the Week

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So the Readership Survey voting turnout was really low. Temple won the poll for the first time ever, tallying 112 votes out of 479 votes cast... Read more

Back to football for a moment

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(Remember to vote in the Readership Survey and send in your photos from games you attend. The Readership Survey will close tomorrow night, even... Read more

Drexel's win and Bruiser's plea

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(Remember to vote in the Readership Survey and send in your photos from games you attend.) Pop quiz: Which team this morning shot a higher... Read more

Game 2: Penn at Drexel

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Good morning from the DAC. The excitement is building as the sellout crowd makes its way inside from the freezing cold and ESPN's cameras get... Read more

Schuylkill 16 Poll Week 1: 'Nova still on top

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No surprises at the top of this week's poll: Villanova, Temple and St. Joe's are still 1, 2 and 3. I was a bit surprised, though, to see the... Read more

Opening night wrap-up

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St. Joe's coach Phil Martelli admitted that his team was "nervous" when it practiced at the Wachovia Center for the first time on Thursday... Read more

Game 1: Rider vs. Saint Joseph's

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Greetings from the Wachovia Center, where we're just moments away from the unofficial opening game of the Big 5 season. It's fitting that we... Read more

The third almost-annual Readership Survey

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Since there aren't any really big college football games this weekend, I figured now would be a good time to bring back the Readership Survey... Read more

Introducing the Schuylkill 16

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Last week, I hatched an idea for a reader poll-based ranking of the men's basketball programs in our region. Tonight I can report that said... Read more

Bracketology and this week's football luncheon

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This blog's most famous reader (at least as far as I know), Joe Lunardi, published a season-opening edition of Bracketology this afternoon. Two... Read more