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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Pretty lame that they missed the Kane inbounds play altogether on TV. Only got to see it on replay. Whenever you are producing a game and you miss action on the court that is a huge fail and should be a bigger deal than it apparently is at outfits like ESPN. They are so enamored with their cute little packages, program pitches and honey shots that they forget that people are tuning in to watch a game.


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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Watching Iowa lose



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by cyowan View Post
    Other than the eventual win was the Kane inbound off of Dinglebury's back. Classic streetball move, absolutely loved it. Talk about adding insult to injury (even though we were down at the time).

    The kid in the Sumo suit dancing with the cheerleaders to "Sweet Caroline".



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUTex View Post
    The kid in the Sumo suit dancing with the cheerleaders to "Sweet Caroline".
    Jared Brackens?


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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUTex View Post
    The kid in the Sumo suit dancing with the cheerleaders to "Sweet Caroline".
    That guy is one of our football players, Jared Brackens.

    For the record, I don't get why the fat lady suit is supposed to be funny. Obesity? Hilarious.



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    My favorite part was the face Woodbury made on the play Kane tossed it off his back, made the basket and drew the foul from Woodbury in the process. It was priceless.



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by BBHMagic View Post
    When Iowa came on the floor for the last time before the games started and the first two guys in the free throw line slipped and fell on their ***.
    That was comedy, it was Jok and I'm not sure who the next guy behind him was, I was laughing my *** off



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyFive View Post
    My favorite part was the face Woodbury made on the play Kane tossed it off his back, made the basket and drew the foul from Woodbury in the process. It was priceless.
    Did anyone see when beanstalk pulled down a rebound in the first half and had Ejim and Hogue trying to strip the ball out of his hands? Woodbury did this little hissy-fit dance and started flailing his legs to keep them away, and it looked hilarious.

    I also enjoyed when beanstalk got a rebound and fell out of bounds for the turnover. It was like that GEICO commercial where the tree falls in the forest, the way he just slowly started to tip over and finally flop.



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    My favorite part was winning it. The rest of it was a great game. I believe Fred is a great coach, but Fran definitely outcoached him early. Hoiball ended up winning the game with the help of Hilton. My one bad taste I have from this game, and i was watching it with Iowa fans, was that the refs did a good job of making themselves evident tonight. There were a lot of WTFs on both sides of the ball, but I think in the end, it helped us out. The refs tonight kept breaking up momentum with ticky tack calls on both sides.

    When the clock struck zero, that was my favorite part.



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan94 View Post
    My favorite part was winning it. The rest of it was a great game. I believe Fred is a great coach, but Fran definitely outcoached him early. Hoiball ended up winning the game with the help of Hilton. My one bad taste I have from this game, and i was watching it with Iowa fans, was that the refs did a good job of making themselves evident tonight. There were a lot of WTFs on both sides of the ball, but I think in the end, it helped us out. The refs tonight kept breaking up momentum with ticky tack calls on both sides.

    When the clock struck zero, that was my favorite part.
    I don't think Fred was outcoached in the first half. It sure looked to me that Fred was telling his guys to get back in transition defense and stop the ball. Heck, he took Matt out because he couldn't seem to do it. It also looked like Fred told his guys to hit their free throws, but he might have said shank every other one of them; I'm not sure.


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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan94 View Post
    My favorite part was winning it. The rest of it was a great game. I believe Fred is a great coach, but Fran definitely outcoached him early. Hoiball ended up winning the game with the help of Hilton. My one bad taste I have from this game, and i was watching it with Iowa fans, was that the refs did a good job of making themselves evident tonight. There were a lot of WTFs on both sides of the ball, but I think in the end, it helped us out. The refs tonight kept breaking up momentum with ticky tack calls on both sides.

    When the clock struck zero, that was my favorite part.
    Bottom line... Fred is 3-1 versus the might Fran. Fred has two tourney appearances, 2 tourney wins.... Fran has 0.



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by acgclone View Post
    Bottom line... Fred is 3-1 versus the might Fran. Fred has two tourney appearances, 2 tourney wins.... Fran has 0.
    I agree 100%, but Fran ran a great game early on and kept us having to fight back through most of it. I didn't mention that I believe Fred had did a good job this week of teaching our guys to keep out of foul trouble. We lost Long, but really, I think over all, the coaching job was done during the week, on the practice floor during the week, to let Iowa play their game and stay out of major foul trouble. So yeah, over all, CFH is the man.



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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloClone View Post
    Pretty lame that they missed the Kane inbounds play altogether on TV. Only got to see it on replay. Whenever you are producing a game and you miss action on the court that is a huge fail and should be a bigger deal than it apparently is at outfits like ESPN. They are so enamored with their cute little packages, program pitches and honey shots that they forget that people are tuning in to watch a game.
    I had forgotten which play they missed by the promo-botch-over...that type of thing can happen, of course, but it was an unusual play during a pivotal stretch, which made it especially annoying.

    My first reaction was, why did the crowd suddenly erupt?



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    Oh, another thing I remembered. Did anybody else see the Cousin Eddy Hawk RV in the parking lot?


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    Re: Favorite part of the game

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloClone View Post
    Pretty lame that they missed the Kane inbounds play altogether on TV. Only got to see it on replay. Whenever you are producing a game and you miss action on the court that is a huge fail and should be a bigger deal than it apparently is at outfits like ESPN. They are so enamored with their cute little packages, program pitches and honey shots that they forget that people are tuning in to watch a game.
    This drives me absolutely insane. FS1 did it in football multiple times a game this year.

    When the ball is about to be snapped, I really could not care less what player is an Academic All-American and what their major/GPA is. I just want to watch the ******* game.



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