GENERALS PICKED TO ONCE AGAIN WIN THE OLD DOMINION ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

 What football fan doesn’t love the coolness of the logo and the name of the Washington and Lee Generals? Here at Balladeer’s Blog that logo is the honorary 27th letter of the alphabet, forming a combined w and l sound like in “bowl” or “knowledge”. The Generals are the defending champions of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference and went undefeated in league play last year, 8-3 overall. Heading into the 2011 season (W&L’s opening game is Sept 3rd against the Franklin and Marshall Diplomats) the team has been picked to repeat. Here is how the ODAC teams ranked in the preseason voting:

1. WASHINGTON AND LEE GENERALS

2. HAMPDEN-SYDNEY TIGERS

3. BRIDGEWATER EAGLES

4. RANDOLPH-MACON YELLOW JACKETS

5. EMORY & HENRY WASPS

6. CATHOLIC CARDINALS

7. GUILFORD QUAKERS

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3 responses to “GENERALS PICKED TO ONCE AGAIN WIN THE OLD DOMINION ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

  1. Woman

    Hate to say it… but I like the logo. I don’t understand the rest of the post all that well though!!!! Meh. Who cares. The logo is swank!

  2. LOL Thanks! It’s nice of you to drop by with all you have had going on lately!

    • Woman

      Darling we took the day off from life and just played lazy. And I got hours to sit and read all the blogs I have missed reading. It was very fun to just open my email and start at the top and work my way through every blog still there. We then got antsy and so we went shopping. Now. Shhhhh! I am trying to find all the pictures of the fun stuff I bought to put up on the blog so I can share it all.

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