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    Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Sorry if already posted, but we've got a mention in this BR article.


    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...-teams/page/20

    While I hate BR with a passion, at least they've got us as one of their top teams for 2014-2015.



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    I can't believe that was even worthy of them creating a blurb about. Good that we're in the news I guess? But really, how tough is it to predict our first loss could either be @Iowa or @Kansas, @KState, @Oklahoma, @Texas. Way to take a stand, BR.


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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Quote Originally Posted by CYUL8R View Post
    I can't believe that was even worthy of them creating a blurb about. Good that we're in the news I guess? But really, how tough is it to predict our first loss could either be @Iowa or @Kansas, @KState, @Oklahoma, @Texas. Way to take a stand, BR.
    To be fair they kind of backed out of ISU losing to Iowa and instead the first of those conference teams that ISU plays on the road so they did take a stand.


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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    They have us as the second to last undefeated team, sign me up.



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Quote Originally Posted by DurangoCy View Post
    They have us as the second to last undefeated team, sign me up.
    I would feel a lot better about that if McKay was eligible 1st semester



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    agreed, its been the one aspect we've not seen the last couple of years, I cant wait to see teams hesitate to take it to the rack, whereas before they just attacked at all times, its going to help us out greatly.



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Quote Originally Posted by acgclone View Post
    I would feel a lot better about that if McKay was eligible 1st semester
    I feel good about that without him.



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    So calling for an undefeated home slate then, huh?

    I'd sign up for a 2X-4 regular season.


    Last edited by RubyClone; 08-08-2014 at 01:29 PM.

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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Looks good to me. More respect. Looks like we will never hear again can Fred coach because he is a newbie......


    Let my Fred's Posse Ride: Georges, Naz, Hogue, Bryce, Nader, Monte, Matt, and McKay.

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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    We do have a cupcake non-con so no argument here.



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    How do we go from pretty tough non conference schedule in 2013-2014 to cupcake non conference schedule this year?



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Since we'll start the year ranked, If that prediction happens we'll easily be top 10 by big 12 play.


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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Ill take this



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    Wait. Wait.

    Are we actually getting a sliver of respect? I just need to be sure so that I can remember this moment forever.



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    Re: Predicting the 1st Loss in 2014-15 for Top College Basketball Teams

    A road game against in-state rival Iowa is the only one that might result in a loss, but the Hawkeyes could be a bit of a mess without Roy Devyn Marble, Zach McCabe and Melsahn Basabe.
    Lol.



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