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    S75 Game Discussion: DLSU vs FEU - 9/16/12 (DLSU won 63-56)

    Talk about the game here!

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    Close game, pero sa DLSU na nga ito.

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    I'd have to go with DLSU on this one as long as LA plays.

    Kryptonite ng FEU ang big men, kaya hirap lagi sa Ateneo at NU tapos cruise win ang UST. If Norbert and AVO can effectively guard RR or Romeo, a win by more than 5 is possible.

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    Go for 11-3 FEU TAMARAWS!

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    DLSU pero close by 2-5pts agree hirap FEU with teams with bigger frontline

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    suki kaya namen ang Lasalle. kabog yan. sa battle of the greens, one big five straight wins. FEU by 9 pts!

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    DLSU by 5...

    go for 2nd Place!

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    Go Far Eastern University Tamaraws! We Believe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan_0821 View Post
    DLSU by 5...

    go for 2nd Place!
    no more 2nd place after a sorry loss to NU Bulldogs last sunday. On topic this is a must win situation for DLSU to keep their F4 hopes alive, otherwise goodbye to F4 and better luck in Season 76

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinpew View Post
    DLSU pero close by 2-5pts agree hirap FEU with teams with bigger frontline

    haler! sabi mo sa Ateneo na si Andrada, ano na frontline ng DLSU?

    upset lang. upset lang para manalo ang DLSU sa FEU! choz!

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    close game to. pero kung gusto pa pumasok ng lasalle sa final 4, kailangan nila ipanalo to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VernsXIX View Post
    haler! sabi mo sa Ateneo na si Andrada, ano na frontline ng DLSU?

    upset lang. upset lang para manalo ang DLSU sa FEU! choz!
    Low life imbecile! Looking for errors of PEX members misposting. Get a life Troll! I feel pity on you. Napapahiya ka lang sa ibang threads isa ba ako sa nagpahiya sayo sa FEU-NU threads? Alternick ka pa Im not surprise if you are a f()cked up unsuccessful no future tard.

    Upset if ever? Ginawa mo namang low team and non contender DLSU. another illogical reasoning.

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    La Salle will be extremely hungry for a win. Most of the season they have played safe but this game they'd probably be aggressive already.

    Norbert better rectify his mistakes during the last two games or else another player will definitely take his place next season.

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    FEU Tamaraws by 10 points.

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    laban La Salle!

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    La Salle needs to win this game badly. Considering that NU can win in an easy way against UP, they go up 8-5 and if DLSU lose, 7-6 sila.

    What will happen if FEU loses to both NU and DLSU, and DLSU wins against FEU and AdU, NU wins to UP and FEU, they are all in 9-5. What will happen? NU will be the third since they beat twice FEU.

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    ^ in case of a three-way tie, it is going to be resolved via the quotient rule. the team with the highest quotient gets the third Final Four spot. the two remaining teams have to slug it out in a do-or-die game for the fourth Final Four spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Bahay_Kubo_ View Post
    ^ in case of a three-way tie, it is going to be resolved via the quotient rule. the team with the highest quotient gets the third Final Four spot. the two remaining teams have to slug it out in a do-or-die game for the fourth Final Four spot.
    How if same situation, DLSU, NU and FEU have a 9-5 standing. While UST also loses to UE on Thursday, 9-5 na rin.

    Ateneo is solo first on 12-2, what will happen?

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    for the sake of UST, ill support DLSU.

    Go La Salle!Dugudug, dugudug, dugudug!Go La Salle!

    ingat archers, baka duraan kayo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepsipunk View Post
    How if same situation, DLSU, NU and FEU have a 9-5 standing. While UST also loses to UE on Thursday, 9-5 na rin.

    Ateneo is solo first on 12-2, what will happen?
    in case of a four-way tie, kung hindi ako nagkakamali, kailangan ulit maglaban nung apat na teams among themselves. the top two teams gain the second and third Final Four spots, respectively. the other two teams have to slug it out for the last Final Four spot.

    nangyari na yan before sa NCAA, mga several years ago. SBC was sitting pretty on top while CSJL, JRU, MIT and SSC-R were on a quadruple tie, which was broken with all of them playing against each other once more. SSC-R, then coached by George Gallent, was eliminated from Final Four contention after that.

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