Apologies for the delay in the recap.
We were hoping to find some photos of the observers and players in action. Alas, it was not to be. We did, however, find the above video. It’s a highlight reel from Auburn from the weekend. You can get a glimpse at the observers in action in various shots.
This weekend was, in our opinion, a good showing of some of what Ultimate could potentially become if all the powers-that-be get their heads and acts together and take the best of all worlds. It’s clear that Ultimate is moving towards a more observer based officiation system. Anyone who plays Ultimate at any kind of competitive level should be for this. It makes NO sense to avoid it.
Now, the current question is: How much of the UOA’s system should or should not be adopted into the future of Ultimate?
Posted in recaps, UOA Season
Tagged agent orange, alabama, auburn, crimson tide, lsu, mike gerics, purple haze, tennessee, tim brady, Ultimate, UOA
When we walked out the front door of the house in the morning to sunny skies and warmer weather we knew that things were going to be alright. We heard many Ultimate teams echoing our sentiments throughout the day as Tallahassee provided some of the best weather that one could ask for, whether you were playing or watching.
We began our day with a matchup against recent T-Town Throwdown champs, Auburn, and perhaps one of the only two teams that didn’t truly appreciate the weather in Tallahassee today, UCF Dogs of War (the other being Miami Vice). We expected a good game considering Auburn’s recent victory over in-state rivals Alabama and UCF’s penchant for alway producing a quality Ultimate team.
We were in for a surprise. UCF toppled Auburn by a final count of 13-7.
Posted in recaps, recaps, Tally Classic 2010, Ultimate frisbee
Tagged andrew roca, auburn, dogs of war, gamble ruff, michael hickson, tally classic, ucf, Ultimate frisbee