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Post by daytonadan » Sun Mar 21, 2010 10:13 pm

And here's how it will end...

Yeah? Well F&&%* you!"

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Post by newiflfan » Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:46 am

[quote=""daytonadan""]I'm just focusing on league sites for now...

But I have seen your work and it is solid.

Here's your challenge.

Get a picture up at halftime...Get a brief story (100 words) on your site by game's end and then a 400 ot 500-worder by two hours after game is over.

Then I will sing your praises like Ozzy Osbourne belting out Iron Man....

Gotta make more waffles![/quote]

I don't do anything with the team website.

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Post by daytonadan » Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:55 am

Then pass the challenge along to someone who is, noble squire.
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Post by newiflfan » Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:56 am

Something tells me the team has bigger things on their minds than making some random dude on a message board happy.

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Post by daytonadan » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:11 am

And doing a halfway decent job of publicizing the team's on the field efforts isn't one of them.
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Post by dagr8_1_4ever » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:28 am

I thought the action from the league website was fairly swift on the FORCE vs Wildcatters game as well today.

If Columbus is involved they will do their best to do it right. Matt Hester is a Columbus Lion and has learned to do it right if those around the league will allow himto.

I think the new boys on the block faired well for themselfs today in Greenville.

Go FORCE 44-28

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Post by Big Easy » Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:53 am

[quote=""Caballo Diablo""]Mr Hager and the Swashbucklers definitely deserve props for what they've accomplished but they need to work harder on bringing the rest of the league up to their level both on and off the field.[/quote]

In a semi-related story, IFL Austin Turfcat fans just overwhelmingly voted the T-cats the best SIFL Texas team. :p
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Post by sportznut » Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:10 am

Too Funny, But That issnt going to happen :-)

We tried hard last season to make sure current game information was sent to me during each game so i could get the twitter updates up almost as soon as the action happens. This season is no different. I attended the Swashbuckler game, and had 3 separate updates coming in from Greenville. We will strive hard to keep the fans as up to date as we possibly can, especially on game nights!!

Huge Kudos to Matthew, and the rest of the SIFL Staff for their hard work as we started the first weekend of action
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Post by jerry101jlh » Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:45 pm

Good job on the Twitter updates Bob and I mean that, think its an added feature that's very fan friendly and does add a personal touch to things, but might I suggest as a part to this that the SIFL teams use the live reporting feature of the stat program, then fans can not only get your great play by play, but also have all the stats for the games updated during play.

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Post by daytonadan » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:32 pm

Jerry, may I interject?

The live stat option has always been discussed and was part of the SIFL communication plan.

There are some logistic concerns, and the focus was to make sure there were stats, so the SIFL decided that stats would be passsed along through the twitter feeds and the live blog feeds until that functionality.

So there. The Crunch showed up. You were

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See ya. It's time to make waffles.
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