Relevant is just not the right word to use. To say our program is not heading in the right direction would be a fair statement.
Totally disagree, 7 out of the last 8 years we have gone to the NCAA tourney. In those 7 years we have done the following:
- 2 Sweet 16 appearances
- 1 Elite 8 appearance
- 1 Final Four appearance
Please tell me how this is not being relevant? Please let me know how many schools out there have a similar recent history.
I laugh everytime I see the photo of Mike Hart wearing the 0-4 jersey. Anybody have the ability of editing a photo to add "Michigan greats" like Chad Henne, Kalis, Peppers, Jordan Lewis all in one photo with the same jersey?
Don't act like it doesn't go both ways. I've been alive for 26 years and have never seen this many Indians fans "crawl out from under a rock."
Brandon - Have you ever watched a replay of a Buckeye football game or highlights on youtube? 99% of them violate copyright infringement. Same concept.
I don't agree they have the easiest overall schedule in CFB, but if you just factor the non-conference portion compared to other projected top 10 teams they would be close to the top of the list (Hawaii, UCF, and Colorado). Their schedule is very similar to ours last year in that it is very back loaded. Should easily start 7-0 but then have road games at Michigan State, Iowa, and OSU.
Was taking a look at other schools non-conference schedules and I know this is really hard to believe but Baylor has yet again outdone themselves: Northwestern St, Rice, and SMU. Their AD got fired correct?
Great half by James even though he missed quite a bit of close ones. Has been attacking all half. If I was watching the game and had to guess the score at half would've said Cleveland is up 15+, unfortunate that it is only +8.
I want to get in on this game....
If you take away Aroldis Chapman's fastball what does he provide?
If you take away Cam Newton's mobility factor what does he provide?
Why don't you add 'people who can't have a logical conversation in a forum chat' to your list.
Not one comment on the forum post was anyone calling Curry the G.O.A.T. Is it not fair for someone to call him the best player in the game right now after what he has done over the last two years?
Thats a great response! Made me laugh.
LeBron would be great in any era. Steph Curry would be average in the '80s and' 90s.
BUCKEYE3M, what you have just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Getting carried by the bench??? Take a second and think about why the GS bench had 43 points. Was it because they were playing out of their mind and this is most likely a lucky occurance? Or is it because the way the Cavs decided to defend Curry and took their chances on leaving the bench players with wide open looks?
I still think what went on with Nevin Shapiro at the University of Miami from 2001-2010 was the worse it gets from an "impermissible" benefits stand point. Here were some of the players involved in that scandal: Vince Wilfork, Jon Beason, Antrel Rolle, Devin Hester, Willis McGahee and the late Sean Taylor (I'm sure there were many more).
I think they get that powerhouse title on false pretenses. Saw a stat once where they hadn't scheduled a top 25 non-conference opponent in the last 6 or so years. I thought it was frustrating with OSU last year where our two quality games were the last ones of the regular season. Couldn't imagine that always being the case for a Baylor fan that has dealt with that throughout his entire tenure.
Please no Doris Burke, please no Doris Burke, please no Doris Burke.....
Does anyone know if he will still be doing his weekly Spielman on Sports segment on 97.1 The Fan?
Great article by the NY times which puts in perspective what Curry has done this season. Would also love to hear who you think is an equally better shooter?
Tweet recently from ESPN Stats & Info: Stephen Curry is averaging 24.7 pts in first 3 quarters of games. That would rank 5th in the NBA in average points for an entire game.
I understand the majority of the hate from this forum is from Cavs fans but to dismiss what he has done all season long and what they have accomplished as a team is absurd. Just look at the numbers!
Great point. I think that GS will again put Andre Iguodala as their 5-man which will be a huge matchup problem for the Cavs.
You'd have to break lebrons leg to have him sit out.
I think people just want you to admit that your comment was absolutely ridiculous. Just look at it from both sides from your last comment.
You do not know me lol please do not judge me or saying anything about me when you do not know me.
So you are allowed to make a judgement about Curry but when another 11Wer make a judgement about you thats when you get offended?
Totally agree. Will be interesting to see if Curry is the first NBA player to win the MVP with a unanimous vote. I have never seen a player affect a game as much as he has with the ball in his hands and without. Makes teammates job much easier with larger driving lanes for the guards and no doubling down in the post. When you compare that to Lebron's game is much different seeing as how many teams such as Golden State last year in the Finals would play 5 feet off and dare him to take that deep shot rather than give him any sort of driving lanes.
2016 is much different compared to last years backloaded schedule where we played Va Tech to open then didnt play a meaningful game til Michigan State in November. Can't wait!
I can not remember the last time i ate at a Taco Bell. It has been years.
The way he acted when it came to the camps accelerated whatever they were planning on doing.
Every major college football and basketball coach in the country has different ways of building the brand of their university. In my opinion blaming one guy for something the majority of the BIG Ten took advantage of including us is ridiculous. Every coach outside of the SEC and ACC could of done the same thing.
What Harbaugh did was not against the rules! Having more camps then everyone else doesn't make it wrong in any way.
BTW: Last I checked I believe Ohio State and Michigan share the same opinion and are both in favor of satellite camps.
Your logic is awful. Harbaugh wasn't breaking the rules by doing multiple satellite camps so how can you blame him for that? The reason that the SEC coaches were so fired up about the issue was because their conference as a whole banned their own coaches from doing it while the rest of the country had no restrictions.