Pairs of teams travel to other pairs. For instance, UCSB plays Pacific when Poly plays Davis. Then, the reverse happens. This happens for both away and home matches. When the travel partners play each other, there is often a chance to add a non-conference match into the open slot.
...not to mention the close proximity of the two partner institutions.
Post by baywatcher on Jul 27, 2012 16:09:20 GMT -5
Travel to Boise would be as bad or worse than Hawaii. If just SDSU is added then presumably Davis would be Hawaii's travel partner, although I'm not sure how many flights there are from Sacramento to Honolulu. Sufficient, probably. LAX to Northridge is really not that far physically, but over some of the most traveled roads in the world.
Eight defensive players? I never really kept track, but has Hawaii ever had this many?
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