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ATN Podcast: Too soon to panic

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St. John’s got routed at home in Week 2, but it’s not over for the Johnnies yet.
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That was a butt-kicking that St. John’s got, at home, on Saturday when UW-Eau Claire came in and beat the Johnnies 47-19. But although that loss is certainly demoralizing, as was Coe’s at Olivet Nazarene and even Wesley’s at Kean, this week isn’t the end of anyone’s season. Pat Coleman and Keith McMillan talk through what’s left in front of them and what teams with an early loss have cost themselves in this week’s Around the Nation Podcast.

Plus, many other teams and games are touched on — see the tags at the bottom for an idea of who is discussed.

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1 comment

  • Author comment by art76 · September 12, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    Looking at the MIAC schedule for the coming week I think there will be two telling games involving all 3 “Saint” schools and the Cobbers. Concordia Moorhead is going to give the Johnnies another run for their money. If the Johnnies loose a second game already this season they’ll be on the outside looking in as Concordia would then be 3 and 0 and sitting pretty. The other game between St. Olaf at St. Thomas will help those in the conference see how formidable the Tommies really are. Both they and Bethel have had “easier” games up to this point, so it’s difficult to ascertain just how stout the programs are. BU put up 700 yards on the ground in the first two games. Yikes! If they keep that up some records are gonna get broken. I know this is a more “regional” reply to what you guys talked about today, but hopefully some others around the nation will be able to take something away from it.

    Art

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