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    That's a really big win. Deacs hung in and picked up their pace in the OTs. Good to see.

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    We got pretty dominated but that was exciting! I'll take it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deacdixieboy View Post
    We got pretty dominated but that was exciting! I'll take it!
    really? that was not my take. at any rate, it is a great win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mebanedeac View Post
    really? that was not my take. at any rate, it is a great win.
    I couldn't watch as closely as I would've liked but it felt like that. I could easily be wrong! A win is a win and that's a great way to start the season.

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    We were outplayed but certainly finished our chances well.

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    I thought that Indiana looked like the older, more experienced team; but we looked quicker and more skilled individually. But I am by no means a well trained soccer fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deacdixieboy View Post
    We got pretty dominated but that was exciting! I'll take it!
    Disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mebanedeac View Post
    I thought that Indiana looked like the older, more experienced team; but we looked quicker and more skilled individually. But I am by no means a well trained soccer fan.
    I totally agree with this. Our skill and athleticism was clearly supperior. There were probably a dozen instances I noticed where our players completely outclassed Indiana, with tackling, dribbling, and passing skill. I believe Indiana's maturity and experience allowed them to dominate the first half, but whatever Muus did at halftime worked, because we came out and were obviously the better squad in the 2nd half.
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    Quote Originally Posted by siff View Post
    Disagree.
    Didn't watch the match.

    Don't need to watch the match.

    This take is the anti-shocking.
    Football. Bloody Hell.

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    Our defenders looked brilliant. Tackles were class. Midfield was either outclassed or outnumbered. Really enjoyed seeing wake soccer back, but we definitely have some growing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deacvision7 View Post
    Didn't watch the match.

    Don't need to watch the match.

    This take is the anti-shocking.
    rude

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    Don't know shit about soccer but my son (13) and I went for the first time and had a blast. Will def. be back. I'm curious to know how Wake's stadium and atmosphere rank in the college soccer world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siff View Post
    rude
    Football. Bloody Hell.

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    Wake Forest - a soccer school

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wakefan77 View Post
    Don't know shit about soccer but my son (13) and I went for the first time and had a blast. Will def. be back. I'm curious to know how Wake's stadium and atmosphere rank in the college soccer world.
    second to none

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    Quote Originally Posted by netflixnchildres View Post
    Wake Forest - a soccer school
    By process of elimination?

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    It really is hard to imagine a better atmosphere for college soccer than what you experience at Spry. Spoke with a couple of IU fans and they were quite impressed with the facility and the crowd. And IU is one of the blue bloods of college soccer. Oh yeah, our team is pretty good, too!

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    IU is at Carolina tomorrow night. Go Hoosiers.

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    Watching Wake battle so hard and pull out a win now has me geeked up for the Tulane game. It's great seeing Wake sports succeed against tough competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wakefan77 View Post
    Don't know shit about soccer but my son (13) and I went for the first time and had a blast. Will def. be back. I'm curious to know how Wake's stadium and atmosphere rank in the college soccer world.
    We have a great atmosphere and loyal following, but the crowd size yesterday was due to the freshman orientation "Taste of Winston Salem" event in the adjoining field. The crowd wont be that full again until we play Carolina/Duke, and then when we host tournament play. Not to say it will be empty, we have great attendance.
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