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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by LLCoolJansma, May 29, 2020.
its the ncaa
logic and reason isnt always their strong suit
Very true. I guess I shouldn't have dealt in an absolute in regards to Harris. I could definitely see him getting his waiver though, even if it is less likely than Gach's waiver.
I'm not sure if he was kind of pushed out? Or if that matters when they're considering eligibility?
I'm pretty sure I heard somewhere, could've been on here, that Memphis filled his spot a day or two after he left. Seems like they pushed him out if that's the case. And you could probably make a good case for a waiver based off of that, but also because of some of the other situations Penny got himself into. Also, Mike Miller just left Memphis yesterday, so I'm wondering if there's something going on there.
I hope it changes, but have a reliable source that claims Harris was not an ideal teammate.
He should be back in Minneapolis next year which should make Minnesota a less attractive option for Gach. Hopefully if/when Carr comes back that is enough to sway Gach's decision.. it feels like we're definitely a contender but Minnesota is the slight favorite right now. Carr's usage rate was last year and will be extremely high this year.
As for waiver cases, I am more bullish than most on this board. I think Gach almost certainly gets approved and I think there's a good chance Harris does as well. I don't disagree though, nothing is a certainty with the NCAA.
I don't put much stock in those kinds of rumors. All it takes is one teammate to not like him
Honestly not surprised considering some of the personalities on that team / coaching staff.
aren't they both 50/50 ?
its a yes or no!
have a buddy who always argues that point lol
Dumb lol that's like saying if there are 4 Heisman candidates, each has a 25% chance to win.
a 4th and 15 is not a 50/50 chance. "dude yes it is, you either get it or you don't"
Now you guys are catching on. What's the chance of winning the lottery...50/50.
I like those odds.
I'm guessing your buddy wasn't an engineering major.
you either do or you dont! haha
Your comment is reminding me of Maria Sharapova's interview after beating Serena Williams for the 2004 Wimbledon title. In the on court post match interview she said something similar to "What are the odds of a girl in Russia, moving to the US, picking up tennis and winning Wimbledon? 50:50?"
It was a running joke between a buddy and I. Everything is 50/50. Either you do or you don't.
Last time I checked out Gach’s twitter he was followed by Prohm. Now he’s also followed by Morris and Niang and followed them back.
Send this to your buddy