"If you can drink Ram’s piss, fuck, you can almost drink anything" [Preview Links]

dave@friarblog —  December 5th, 2008 4:52 AM
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Ah Beerfest.  What an underrated movie.  If you haven’t seen it, definitely give it a rent (it’s a Broken Lizard movie — the same guys from the movie “Super Troopers”).

Thought this clip was fitting given the upcoming game against the Rhode Island Rams.

The characters are in serious competitive drinking training, so they attempt to drink ram’s piss as recommended by their grandmother.  Because hey, if you can drink ram’s piss, you can drink anything!

Hey, if we can beat the URI Rams, we can beat anybody! Ok, maybe that’s a stretch.

Anyway, here are your Game Notes from Friars.com

Saturday’s game will be the 119th meeting in the PC-URI series history. The two teams actually have played 120 times as games in 1920 and 1921 are recognized by the NCAA as exhibition games (both games were won by the Rams). Providence leads the all-time series, 65-53. When it is PC’s home game, the Friars are 34-22 in 56 meetings. When it is a URI home game, PC is 27-29. The Friars are 4-2 versus the Rams in games on a neutral court. The last time the two teams met at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the Friars defeated the Rams, 95-66, on December 2, 2006. Last season, URI defeated the Friars, 77-60, on December 4, 2007 at the Ryan Center.

Strange, it doesn’t mention the fact that the last time URI came to the Dunk, someone seriously beat the fuck out of their mascot in the bathroom.

Kevin McNamara’s Preview on the Projo.com

After taking care of one state rival in easy fashion last night, now it’s time for the Friars to lock horns with the Rams this Saturday at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. This will be Keno Davis’ first taste of the PC-URI series and while he’s anticipating a heated atmosphere at The Dunk, he doesn’t quite understand why some URI fans often view the game as the biggest of the season.

Bill Reynolds wants the Friars and Rams to play twice a year

At the most obvious level, we don’t need the Friars playing any more joke games against Sacred Heart, and the Rams playing Hartford in the Ryan Center, two games that exist for no other reason than to provide wins and give season-ticket holders another game to go to.

Also, check out StatSheet.com’s pregame page

Let’s drink some RAM’S PISS!

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