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Discussion in 'College & Amateur Soccer' started by Hararea, Dec 4, 2012.
Wow, Georgetown just sliced thru Maryland's "defense" like it wasn't there.
ReaL real now.
What's the Sam name of HECK is goin on here????!!!! Where's the defense?
Apparently, Georgetown does not fear the turtle.
6 goals in a semi and I sense we haven't seen the last of them either.
Pardon the spelling differences...
I don't know why the Terps are continually trying to attack up the middle when both goals came by getting width and throwing crosses in and beating G-town to the second header.
Recruiting: Sasho > Wiese
In-game coaching / preparation: Wiese > Sasho
From the get-go, Georgetown has been ready to play and has "put Maryland on its heels."
6 goals and 2 saves total from the keepers from 8 SOG. Yikes.
Golazzo Francois. Awesome!
Holy shit, what a game!
Maryland ties it up 4-4. This is a classic!
That's the problem with soccer - not enough scoring.
Hey, what do you know, the Maryland subs making a difference. Who woulda thunk it?
So OK, maybe Maryland's offense CAN overcome their porous D.
Shame this game isn't being played at RFK. Might have 10-12K there and the place would be rocking.
And wouldn't ya know it, Maryland scores the tying goal attacking up the middle.
Shows, once again, what I know.
Fransoios' first home run. Knocked that suckered out of the stadium.
Maryland needs to NOT pass the ball back to Cardona.
poor execution off the corner for Maryland.
A year ago, UCLA-North Carolina in the SF was a classic, 2-2. A really good game loaded with future MLS players that either team could have won.
And this game puts that one to shame!
EDIT: OK, not shame as that game had better defense. But this one is definitely more exciting.
Mullins nearly buried one. Dang!
I'm watching college soccer for the first time in a loooong time right now. Great game. Why does the NCAA play a version of soccer that is not consistent with the rest of the world? I.e., the numerous subs?
Maryland fans can never complain about college soccer not using FIFA rules. If this game was played under FIFA rules, Maryland's depth and ability to shuttle in fresh, skilled players doesn't come into play and odds are the Terps don't come back.