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Discussion in 'Big XII Conference' started by JP4CY, Jan 4, 2020.
They are advertised all over the place on other ESPN networks.
I guess I have missed those - the OSU and TTU game was so bad I quit watching so maybe I missed games being advertised during that game.
Even with an L, WV is going to be a handful this year.
We watched most of the ku pre-game and game on ESPN+ and their production value is worse than our local high school station. The pre-game looks worse than my phone.
Thanks Big 12/ESPN.
Lol it wasn’t even 70% full. Barely 8,000 fans there.
37 three-point attempts = very few trips to the line.
Huggy has them back. Their freshman big is really impressive.
Part of the reason it sounds loud is because they run the sound from the band through the speakers.
That is considered a great basketball crowd in Norman.
It's pretty easy.
It makes me wonder if the Thunder regress a little, will that help OU and OSU?
OSU has had some brutal, brutal crowds.
WVU, ISU, K-State, oSu, and Texas all lost yesterday. What did they all have in common besides losing, they were all visitors. It's a long-ass season, boys.
I'll take your word for it Guess it looked good on TV
I think this is a season where the bottom 6 are gonna fight it out to see who can snag some upsets.
KU, Baylor, WV, and Tech look like locks for 1-4 (maybe not in that order).
Iowa State and K-State will be lucky to finish above .500 at home, so stop with the sympathy.
For them, I would kinda agree.
I've said all along that K-State isn't very good. Transition year. Young. Lack an alpha dog like Haliburton. Just pointing out, however, that both teams were competitive yesterday and will be throughout the season particularly on their home floors, although K-State always seems to play better away, which is troubling as I think it through.
You are right. It's going to be a long season for at least three of those teams you mention.
You can easily look it up on espn. 69% full at 8,012 announced attendance.