nabuo naman ang uaap ng wala admu at dlsu.
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mabubuhay but kokonti kita. pansinin ang venue, pag wala ang 2 schools na yan, maluwag parking, it only means sila ang nakakaangat at suportado ng mga nag graduate sa kanila. magiging ncaa ang peg ng uaap pag walang ateneo at la salle
Before Ateneo and La Salle transferred to the UAAP, the NCAA was the premier collegiate basketball tournament of the country. The two teams have a "midas touch"
Syempre naman mabubuhay ang UAAP....eh ang ateneo at la salle ***? mabubuhay pa ba ang rivalry kung wala na sila sa UAAP at wala din sila sa NCAA?
Of course. Every year Harvard and Yale engage in an annual football match detached from any collegiate tournament, and it has been alive and kicking for 67 years.
Even if both schools leave the UAAP and stick to a Best-of-7 Harvard-Yale setup, I'd still watch the games. I think it would intensify the rivalry even more.
Just football? In your own estimate, how many filipinos out of 10 will watch football? Baka pwede pa baseball.
UAAP will survive without the 2 schools but lesser popularity of course.
Good luck with that since most of you are rich naman at may natutulungan pa kayo.
oo naman mabubuhay ang UAAP kahit wala ang DLSU / ADMU.. kasi kung di din naman sila sumali ng UAAP di rin naman sila makikilala..
but i am team ateneo.. HO/CAINGLET
tama tama =)