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Discussion in 'General College Sports' started by Cyclones_R_GR8, Nov 5, 2019.
Baylor dominating Butler so far.
Baylor is going to be a problem this year.
So is Tech still bad or... what a crazy season so far.
Yeah, so much for all the posts ripping Tech and how much they'll suck this year...
I don't think people think they'll suck.
They lost a lot of players including a lottery pick and would take time to figure it out.
UNI up on Colorado 33-32 at the half
won 79-76 Berhow and Green both with 5 3s a piece. Might be a fun year for the Panthers
Second half of this Indiana Uconn game is brutal on the eyes.
Big Ten home team is undefeated so far in conference play. Hopefully Illinois continues that trend and beats Michigan, although highly doubtful.
N.C. Central beat Christendom College 109-28. Christendom is based in Front Royal, Va. No idea what division it is.
Illinois takes down Michigan.
Cockburn for Illinois scored and was fouled and in celebration, swung his arm as hard as he could and he hit one of the refs square on the top of the head. Ref took a while to get up but did walk off under his own power.
Rutgers is putting the hurt on Seton Hall.
Ya seton hall sucks
the guy who got hurt against us was a big deal, they wont' be the same team
So much for that "quality win" vs Seton Hall.
Rutgers is a basketball school.
Wofford takes down UNC in Chapel Hill for the 2nd time in 3 seasons.
Nebraska gets a conference win, Cam Mack gets the first triple double in program history, and the Big Ten home teams remain undefeated in conference play.
So much confusion...cue up the 'See? Even Roy WIlliams loses at home' mixed with 'See? Fred wins at home' posts.
I hear you, except that Powell only played 15 minutes in the Rutgers game (he got hurt and did NOT play at all in the second half). Not taking anything away from Rutgers, but they did not have to face any time against the Big Georgian & did not have to go against Powell for a majority of their game.
I still call that Seton Hall win a quality one. Offensively, we were "poor to mediocre" at best, but our defense was OUTSTANDING. I contend that had we played that well defensively vs Iowa, the worst outcome would have been a very close loss.
That said, until we consistently defend like that (i.e. like TTU does), I am very nervous about our chances for any post-season bid.
Gophers take down #3 OSU!