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    NCAA Player of the Year

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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    wouldnt that be something if he won it. thatd mean that that graduating class would have the #1 recruit in the nation and the national player of the year



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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneYoda View Post
    I don't need to open the link to know who you are talking about. Your crush on him is well documented.
    Being in the Omaha area, I see him a lot on TV. He is one of the best shooters that I have ever seen.He has already outscored his dad.

    http://www.cbssports.com/collegebask...ngs/rpi/index1 CU is ahead of UNC in this rating.


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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    Just out of curiosity, how many people around here have denied that McDermott is a great player this year? The way you keep carrying the banner and posting snarky lines about it, you'd think everybody thinks he sucks and they're in need of serious crow.


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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    McDermott is a very good player, but I doubt he would be as productive on a team like KU, UNC, UK, etc. He doesn't have the same level of talent around him and he doesn't play the same level of athletes lots of other conferences have. Not saying he couldn't play at a bigger name school, but playing in the MVC inflates his numbers quite a bit.



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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by tm3308 View Post
    Just out of curiosity, how many people around here have denied that McDermott is a great player this year? The way you keep carrying the banner and posting snarky lines about it, you'd think everybody thinks he sucks and they're in need of serious crow.
    I'm pretty sure that everyone around here realizes how good of a player he is. At the same time, we are happy that he does not play for ISU because that would mean that GMac would still be around. I personally have nothing against him and I think it's awesome to see him putting up those numbers.



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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    dangit, I thought for sure it was gonna be Royce.

    Even though, yeah, I figured it was what it was/is.



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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by IowaStateClones View Post
    I'm pretty sure that everyone around here realizes how good of a player he is. At the same time, we are happy that he does not play for ISU because that would mean that GMac would still be around. I personally have nothing against him and I think it's awesome to see him putting up those numbers.
    Exactly, good for him, but, if we had him, his dad would still be coaching here and we would still suck.



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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    I watched #3 Anthony Davis for the 1st time this week..he's fun to watch. Too bad he plays for kentucky. He blocks everything in sight



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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Being in the Omaha area, I see him a lot on TV. He is one of the best shooters that I have ever seen.He has already outscored his dad.

    NCAA College Basketball Rankings - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and RPI Rankings CU is ahead of UNC in this rating.
    I don't think I've turned the news on once this week and NOT heard a Dougie reference. Even if he has an off night, they still find a way to squeeze in a little blurb about what he's up to.




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    Re: NCAA Player of the Year

    He is shooting 61% from the field!!!! That is nuts.



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