Periplus of the Erythraean Sea wrote:I'd encourage people who are looking for teams to play on to contact people who are already registered to see if they have extra room on their teams and if they're willing to let them join. Open teams only have a $20 higher entry fee, which I would imagine would be a reasonable price to pay in order to join an already-existing single-school team.
Santa Claus wrote:If any free agents are interested in joining the Amherst team, we have 1 (maybe 2?) spots open on our A team. Since the current team pretty much only covers science and history, anyone specializing in other subjects would be welcomed.
Quiz and Bowls Programming Network wrote:Breaking news: Amherst College has drafted Doug Yetman for the 11/13/15 - 11/15/15 season as their wildcard pick. They will be paying him a league record $0/year, after taxes. In the words of Corry Wang, "he's pretty good".
supervillin wrote:With Columbia dropping their third team we're down to 18, so we're going to close the field barring any unforeseeable changes.
We're looking into running SHAWARMA at lunch. We'll be ordering pizza so people who want to play won't have to get lunch and come back. There'll be a slight fee if you want in on the pizza. Let us know if you're interested in playing and if you want pizza so we can get an estimate.
Periplus of the Erythraean Sea wrote:Yale has 12 negs in the final game which seems very wrong. Jacob Reed negged once in the second finals game, not 11 times.
Periplus of the Erythraean Sea wrote:I don't think Columbia B got 15 10s in their first round; this is deflating their PPB. One of their players is listed as getting 10 tossups, and I suspect the correct number is 1.
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