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    Bill Fennelly has the greatest Tweets.

    I don't even follow womens basketball or care about Twitter. This guy has me following him though. He just ripped on Vince Young.

    Bill Fennelly (ISUCoachFen) on Twitter


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    Re: Bill Fennelly has the greatest Tweets.



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    Re: Bill Fennelly has the greatest Tweets.

    gee, did you see this thread?

    http://www.cyclonefanatic.com/forum/...-bf-rules.html

    FWIW, BF just tweeted that his follower numbers are exploding.



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    Re: Bill Fennelly has the greatest Tweets.

    I did not see the other thread. Mine is better though because it's mine.


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    Re: Bill Fennelly has the greatest Tweets.

    "How about the Big 12 with 10 teams and the Big 10 with 12 teams--seems like a math teaser!! "


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    Re: Bill Fennelly has the greatest Tweets.

    If ISU went to another conference, it would affect various sports in different ways. Nebraska media analyzed the impact of their switch. interesting to say the least:

    How do NU's teams fit in the Big Ten? - Omaha.com

    WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
    Current Nebraska team status
    The 2009-10 season was a milestone year for the NU women’s hoops program, the kind of breakthrough performance that eight-year coach Connie Yori hopes will set the table for annual success from this point forward. The Huskers won their first conference regular-season title in 22 years, didn’t lose a game until the Big 12 tournament and advanced to the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16 for the first time ever. But the six senior leaders who played a large role in that remarkable run are no longer with the team, leaving Yori and her staff with a gigantic rebuilding project. They’re confident that the foundation’s been established, though. Plus, a new practice facility is coming next fall, and a new downtown arena will be finished in 2013.
    Big Ten status
    If it weren’t for Ohio State, the winner of six straight regular-season titles, the Big Ten wouldn’t have any consistent representative on the national scene. For whatever reason, the rest of the league has lacked the ability to sustain a presence. There were recent Final Four appearances by Penn State (2000), Purdue (2001), Minnesota (2004) and Michigan State (2005), but all four of those programs have slipped since. Last year, none of the conference’s four NCAA berths made it past the tournament’s second round.
    Where NU would fit in the Big Ten
    Initially, by moving from the ultra-talented Big 12 into the Big Ten, Nebraska’s coaching staff might welcome the sudden competitive downshift. The grinding Big 12 schedule can take its toll on teams like the Huskers, who are usually making up for their gap in athleticism by on out-executing their highly skilled opponents. But if Nebraska is not regularly competing for Big Ten titles, it may find at-large postseason bids hard to come by. Big 12 teams are rewarded just for being members, because the league’s RPI is so high. That’s not exactly the case in the Big Ten, which struggles a bit from a national perspective.


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