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    Nebraska/St. Louis

    Anyone following this? Nebraska not looking that good. Kind of bad news is St. Louis is looking decent.



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    Why is that bad news? We're looking dang good and I welcome the challenge this year.




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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    We should sweep these two teams. Nebraska looks awful and I think we are better than St. Louis.



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    Nebraska cant get a shot to fall for the life of them. St Louis does not look all that great either, IMO.



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by BryceC View Post
    Why is that bad news? We're looking dang good and I welcome the challenge this year.
    Good point. I had forgotten Majerus was the coach.



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    I dont either one of them looks to great, especially nebraska they cant score to save their life



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    Huskers lose 69-55.



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by shaunvon09 View Post
    Huskers lose 69-55.
    This week just keeps getting better!



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    my daughter graduated from SLU this Spring so I took an interest in the SLU mbb program after Majerus took the job. The talent was not good when he took over and this year will be his first competitive team with his recruiting. I saw them beat UMASS last year and at that time the A-10 had 4 teams ranked in the top25. Talent looked comparable to the top level of the Mo. Valley with more size inside than the Valley. On a sidenote, Jamie Pollard cut his eyeteeth in the AD world at SLU and has fond memories of the place per conversation I had with him at KC prior to the K_State game.



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    Re: Nebraska/St. Louis

    Watched most of this game. Neither looked that impressive. Nebraska was, well, Nebraska; St. Louis seemed slow, but their defense may cause a few problems early on before we adjust to them and beat them by 10-15.



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