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Forum Friday: Poll Palooza

Forum Friday discusses the craziness that are the polls.

Welcome to Forum Friday! With all the great talk going on in the Lacrosse All Stars Forums, we want to give you the chance to join in on the conversation and let your voice be heard. Each Friday we will showcase one of our Forum topics for you to check out and join in on.

This week, the forums are all about the craziness that are the MCLA polls.

6×6 posted the following and his own rankings:

In weeks two, three, four etc, talk was that the poll would sort things as teams got more games. Yet, it doesn’t seem much clearer now as teams start conf tournaments. Maybe it’s my memory but I don’t recall a year ( yeah I’m lazy and don’t want to research past years) where there are so many unimpressive teams. Maybe that’s harsh and I should say there is just more parity.

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