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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

I've noticed that teams have a match and then are in another match very shortly after (ie: Playing in match one, then again in match 6 or so consistently). How many qualifying matches are teams getting there?
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

The webcast seems to not be working...getting a 404 error...
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

45 and 111 knocked off in quarterfinals
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

Wow amazing finals. Betty got stuck on the center gotal. They tipped and were leaning over the goal. Then they were helped out but then tiped back and got stuck between their arm and tetras. Talk about Intense Finals. Right after F4 Blue drivers started jumping since it seemed like Blue won BUT after a couple minute wait the final score they had 20 point penalty. Congtrats to Red alliance 71 1024 and 269 for a great run.
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

Wow. Very exciting finals. It was kind of like last years finals at Nats. Congrats to 71, 1024, and 269. Well played.
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

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I've noticed that teams have a match and then are in another match very shortly after (ie: Playing in match one, then again in match 6 or so consistently). How many qualifying matches are teams getting there?
I believe all teams had 10 matches. Most had 8 on Friday, and a few on Saturday morning.

I don't recall teams playing too soon after their last match in most qualifying matches. I think the spacing was pretty good, but with so many teams playing at once, that might happen.
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

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I've noticed that teams have a match and then are in another match very shortly after (ie: Playing in match one, then again in match 6 or so consistently). How many qualifying matches are teams getting there?
I think from what I saw was that teams had matches about every 35-40 min, however I did notice that teams had at least one match where they only had 20 - 30 min between matches. It all adds to the chaos and excitement.
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

The matches were actually random this year for the most part, so you could have as little as 3 matches inbetween your two matches. Every team got 10 qualification matches.
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

Wow, just got back from the regional, that was INTENSE. Bomb squad, that grabber was the coolest way to grab a tetrahedral object in the history of grabbing tetrahedral objects. Tech-hounds, I wish we could have played you in the tourney, as is, how did you lift four tets at one time (how did you not fall over?) and Hammond, team 71, an amazing performance. Finally, Full Metal Jackets, you wailed on us pretty bad that match, but made an amazing teammate.

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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

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I think from what I saw was that teams had matches about every 35-40 min, however I did notice that teams had at least one match where they only had 20 - 30 min between matches. It all adds to the chaos and excitement.
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Some where even closer than 20 minutes... on at least 2 occasions, we went from leaving the field to being called back for our next match... Luckily nothing broke during those two matches!
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

Just got back! Wow! that is all i can say, it was that intense and fun.
I would just like to give a big congrats to the winning alliance and team 1272 for allowing us to fill in after an injury. What a great match only lost by 4 points, we really tried for you. Congrats to all the teams you are all winners!

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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

what was the highwst score
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Im not totally sure about this, but it was around the 114 range, i think....

of course I didnt see every match
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Re: 2005 Boilermaker Regional

Who won Chairmans? Anyone know?
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1108 out of Kansas! They were outstanding at the regional and sound like they do great things back home! Congrats!
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