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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by CycloneRulzzz, Feb 17, 2020.
Jack Straw from Wichita cut his buddy down,
And dug for him a shallow grave and laid his body down.
I hope they figured out something defensively against Texas (probably just Texas being terrible).
If we can limit the turnovers and play better defense, I'll be happy.
That's a perfectly reasonable assumption when reviewing recent results. However, might I entertain you with an alternate upward trending line?
A 58-point swing in final spread from Oklahoma to Texas (29-pt L to a 29-pt W). Perhaps an 87-point W against KU?
We were able to switch everything, and Texas didn't have a guy who could drive the paint, regardless of the switch. That's a tough ask against KU. If we continue to do that, I think we'd want to play off just a bit and let them launch the threes if they want them.
Honestly, why even post on this thread then?
Odds on if this gets more pages than the Texas Gameday thread with people astonished that ISU couldn't win in Lawrence.
Asking for a friend: Do we keep it within 15 tonight?
My eightball says looks unlikely
Predicting we lose by 20
Azubuike is unstoppable
I prefer we beat them by 20. But I'll settle for 15
If ISU shoots 60% from 3 I think they cover
I think more like 45.
How in the world is the line on this only 16 points. I just can't see us keeping it that close.
Kansas must be destroyed!!!
This is the energy we need to channel. Little hope of winning, so let's see if we can't start a brawl.
ESPN U is now showing the 2014 KU/ISU game in Hilton.
I hear ya, Hard game to bet, not sure what I'm doing. Games have been pretty easy to bet on this year for the most part.
I sort of like ISTATE here. KU has Baylor next game so there's a fairly good chance they let off the gas last 8 minutes or so and we keep playing, working, and building for next year.
That said, I probably won't bet on this one.
I still remember how much Embiid controlled that game. It was pretty clear he was going to be a great NBA player in college.