EDC wrote:Congratulations to Shanley. As far as the favorite not winning - the best team by far. What do you call that? If you are the best and you don't win some call that choking.
lovefutbol wrote:I don't think there was a better "team" than Shanley. They deserved to win, although the title game did involve a bit of luck. They had players hurt and the reffing was a little lopsided in North's favor during the championship game. I'm still not sure if they are the team to beat next year.
EDC wrote:Huge schools have a big advantage every year in every sport. Unfortunately , it is a lose lose proposition. Win and you are only doing what you are expected to do and lose you failed. You can win and lose with grace and with sportsmanship. The huge talent pool at big schools can create an atmosphere that means you have to outperform your teammates to get noticed and that can hurt “team play.” Why make the extra pass when I might score and get noticed. Support you team and have fun. You look a little foolish when you lose but continue to say that the other team only has one or two players that match up with us.
baseball18 wrote:just because you have the most talent doesn't make you the best team, what matters in the end is execution and that's what Shanley did best
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