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    Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    Halftime from East Lansing, a game between two of the Big 10's best three teams:

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    Re: Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    What else is new?



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    Re: Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    so... kinda like their fb too?



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    Re: Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    Yeah their football sucks

    They cant win any big games

    Nebraska = action




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    Re: Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    I like Big Ten Bball, if you think ISU is much different than your crazy



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    Re: Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    Welcome to a Wisconsin game. They like to make it ugly.

    MSU can run when that's the game.


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    Re: Big 10 Basketball = Paint Drying

    Quote Originally Posted by CYCRAZY View Post
    I like Big Ten Bball, if you think ISU is much different than your crazy
    I kind of agree with this. We have had our fair share of low scoring games in recent years.



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