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I-AA Interactive Map update

Lots of love has been going into this project.. I've added:

* Team Icons on the map - now instead of pinpoints, they're the team logos!
* Added all the Patriot, Ivy, Atlantic 10, and MAAC Teams. I also added Monmouth of the NEC as that's the next conference I will tackle. That means I will have 10 of Lehigh's 11 opponents in the map already!
* When you click a Team Icon, you'll get the full team name, logo and league graphics, where they're located, stadium name, and capacity.
* If you switch to "satellite view", and zoom in all the way, you can really see (most) stadiums!

It shouldn't be hard to add more teams. Adding more functionality may be difficult, but I'm always looking for more interesting stuff. I encourage you to use it and to give me feedback through the comments section!


Anonymous said…
Chuck, every time i log onto your page, i get an error message regarding the google map. Something like "the map key used for this page was registered for another page."
Anonymous said…
Me too. And I don't see a link for the map anyway.
Anonymous said…
Hey Chuck, the website has issues. You have to check whats going on. Many are in the dark, we need updates
Fordham said…
where's the love for your PL brethren?

as much as I love that it looks like Fordham was the first NY Metro school you entered in, they now appear to be eclipsed on the clipboard by the others you added in (I can barely make out the Fordham logo there). Any chance of getting us back into the forefront?

And in all seriousness, this is very cool. Well done.
Lehigh fan in Fla. said…
So starved for Lehigh football info this time of year but so little out there. If Lehigh could get past Colgate and Bucknell I would be happy with losses to Del and Harvard and wait for the big win against Lafayette.
First time commenting on the site but...did anyone hear about trouble on the lafayette football team with a "stabbing" incident?
The best games of the year (after Lafayette) will be Harvard in Boston. I will travel to that one.

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