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Discussion in 'General College Sports' started by State43, Feb 16, 2014.
Nebraska is giving Michigan St all kinds of problems at home.
In the last 2 days, 3 top 10 teams have struggled to win at home against unranked teams that are not likely to be in the NCAA.
I understand that Iowa State has plenty of faults, but it would be nice if we all realized that even good team sometimes struggle.
I know they have injuries but the number one seed talk is crap. With that said, Nebraska seems to be better than they have been for a while.
What little I have watched, refs seem to be trying hard to help out MSU. Feel kind of dirty rooting for Nebraska.
Nebraska isn't that bad. They have played some tough games. They seem to play good teams tough for the most part. I'm really impressed with Tim Miles. He's also one of the best press conference guys out there.
Miles is a really good coach, he made Larry's transition at CSU pretty easy.
Iowa will win that league yet. LOL at OSU/IL score yesterday.
They are the West Virginia of the Big Ten.
Neb up 5 with a minute to go
Going to do it. Up 7 shooting free throws with 35 sec left.
Somewhere, 137 Nebraska basketball fans are going crazy.
I wish ISU played in the B1G
Holy ****. And just like that Iowa back in the hunt
It's probably my imagination, but it seems like we've seen more road upsets this season that usual.
The Big Ten is a dumpster fire
I was just thinking how a lot of teams seem to play better on the road then at home. Msu, north Carolina, Ohio state, wisconsin...
That saved Michigan's bacon, couldn't take advantage of U-M's home loss to get a 1-game lead, and possibly 1.5 with win at Purdue, heading into road game next weekend at Michigan.
Nebraska will now enter fringe-bubble discussion. Groan.
That's funny, cuz when tech won at OU it showed how strong the league is.
Nebraska's next 6 games: Penn State, Purdue, at Illinois, Northwestern, at Indiana, Wisconsin
They just might have NCAA Tourney life