Don't really need to defend myself but I wasn't one to hate on jalin last week because I didn't even get to watch the game. Just got to be happy with the end result, I've been a fan of him all year and it's understood that young kids have bad games
Anybody else get the idea that today's version of Jalin Marshall is what we were supposed to see from dontre and get a bit excited at the possibility of him being that homerun hitter "athlete" we've been looking for?
Can confirm: game usually at noon, with exception of 2006, can expect noon kickoff this year thanks to michigan's less than stellar to date performance on the football field.
Adding that "to" in the title really changes everything.
Recruit Southeastern Virginia. It's no mystery some of the best athletes in the COUNTRY come from the 757 (Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Norfolk, etc.), but it is a mystery why we don't see a lot of them in the B10. We should be committing highway robbery on the Northern ACC recruiting country along with reaching out West. The B10 has some of the best universities in the country when it comes to education, is home to three of the four biggest stadiums in the country, and with towns like Madison, Iowa City, Happy Valley and the gameday atmospheres they provide the B10 shouldn't have a problem convincing top recruits from all over to come. We just have to reach.
We will or we won't take the foot of the gas? I'm confused.
This would be one of those things the Cavs do and in five years Wiggins wins MVP...
Can't wait for this game in Columbus. Was at the night game vs PSU and although it wasn't exactly close, not a lot beats the scene in Columbus leading up to and during a night game.
I'd love to see him go to the Spurs
Also creates the possibility for an all B10 natty, and whether that was UM/MSU or UW/MSU we would get a hell of a basketball game.
Is everyone missing the fact that the B10 has the opportunity to become the first conference since the Big East in 1985 to put three teams in the final four? I really wish one didn't have to be Michigan... but we don't see this often and I'm kinda pulling for it.
It's pretty clear that the play is dead based on the other OSU players reaction and the refs position. I'm not of the opinion that fun things should be ruined by logic and facts though.
If Amir makes the same jump next year as he did this year percentage wise, we'll be watching him average 16 and 9. I know I shouldn't be optimistic, but...
Edit: There was plenty of contact. No call for some reason, and a sad end to the career of my favorite OSU basketball player. DAMNIT.
I really wish refs wouldn't be so hesitant to call fouls on last second drives. Michigan last year, MSU in January, and today? I haven't seen the replay, but I turned off my tv with the thought in my head that if craft is in the middle of 2-3 people in the lane, how does he get a shot up without any contact?
Amir spends a solid 75% of his floor time at or near midcourt
The only time I get a comparable feeling to the one I get when I watch Michigan do anything is the feeling I get when LSJ catches the ball on the 3 pt line, confidently gathers himself, and fires up a brick.
No doubt in my mind we are a lot better than this UD squad. Just have to keep our foot on the gas.
Every game from here on out could be Craft's last, and he looks like he knows it and is gonna do as much as he can to play as long as he can. I'm gonna have a hard time not tearing up when he walks off for the last time.
Solid reference to the Thad Matta quote on the back of Titus's book? Or just coincidence?
We need Scott to continue playing amazingly. Him at that level along with Craft is a top 3 backcourt pairing.
LSJ shoots with such confidence... does he know he's horrible at it?