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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Cydkar, Oct 8, 2018.
Better now than later, I suppose. Conditt just got over it. These skinny dudes don't need that.
Can we just put freshman in a bubble.
“Oh, noooo, I’m so sorry. It’s the MOOPS. The correct answer is, the MOOPS.”
Has any basketball team ever had this much mono?
I'm thinking it's a damn biological attack from U of I.
Obviously it could be way worse, but this team has had it's share of little injuries over the last year. Soloman, Babb, Talley (broken nose), Conditt/Haliburton (mono), THT in a boot and Zion's MCL
I never had any experience with Mono but heard it just kinda never leaves you. Is Conditt gonna be okay?
That sucks. Especially after all the positive reports on his play.
Doc gave him a month to live.
But he couldn't pay his bill so the doc gave him another month! I'll be here all weekend. Tip your waitress and try the veal!
That's exactly what came to mind!
Um, he's sick. My best friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend heard from this guy who knows this kid who's going with the girl who saw Halliburton pass out at 31 Flavors last night. I guess it's pretty serious.
Better to have it be freshman that will probably average 3 minutes a game in conference play. Keep THT out of the dorms.
It essentially just strips you of your strength. You feel really weak and don't feel like eating, swollen lymph nodes etc. It's a weird disease in that some people can have aggressive symptoms that come on strong, and some that show barely any signs at all. People usually start feeling better after 3 weeks or so, some longer, not as many shorter.
You may be referring to the ability the disease has to stay in an infected persons system for far longer than the symptoms are obvious. That is the biggest reason it gets spread the way it does, people finally start feeling better and forget they still have a month + of them still having to be conscious of what they share with people.
Is mono what kept Custer out at the beginning of the season and essentially doomed him because he was too far behind?
Probably not, but our trainers said he'd be ok. Look for him to transfer to Syracuse and get drafted.
That and a lack of about 25 pounds of muscle and 2-5 inches of height.
But yea...it hurt him no doubt about it.
Only because he wants to be closer to his family...in Illinois.
Is it passed through bodily fluids? Please say no.
pretty sure mono's plagued our bball team for a long time. Ross Marsden had it back in the day that kept him out early in his career
Most commonly passed via saliva.