We played our 13th scholarship player and walk ons meaningful minutes. We were pathetic from FTs. And we still dropped 99 points on a team that was trying to slow it down.
And our defense with our core players showed alot of good things. This team is crazy.
"I had to take her down like Chris Brown."
Creek isn't getting "Roth'ed." As of this past Wednesday he is now a father and he'll have his degree in the spring. He's going to try and either get a job or play in Europe to support his daughter and girlfriend.
Word is Davis doesnt have his grades in order to make it into IU btw
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"Nobody wants to play against Tyler Hansbrough NO BODY!" ~ Frank Vogel
"And David put his hand in the bag and took out a stone and slung it. And it struck the Philistine on the head and he fell to the ground. Amen. "
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IU D looks like it will again flirt with giving up 50+.
If Cam Coffman had any accuracy at all, we probably are at least tied, if not leading. But they guy can't consistently hit open receivers.
I'd rather die standing up than live on my knees.
Defense still needs some help.
So the NCAA can blow me. Shabazz has been reinstated which is fine, but here's the thing, he's eligible to play immediately as long as he repays the $1600 cost of his impermissible benefits. The 3 games he's missed so far were deemed enough of a suspension. But yet, Jurkin and Perea for things that weren't even visit violations like Shabazz's were are both suspended 9 games each after they repaid their $1500 or so? THAT IS A JOKE. Talk about a ridiculous double standard.
I mean good God they are breaking their own rules."UCLA acknowledged amateurism violations occurred and asked the NCAA on Friday afternoon to reinstate Muhammad," the NCAA said in a statement. "The university required the student-athlete to miss 10 percent of the season (three games) and repay approximately $1,600 in impermissible benefits."NCAA student-athlete reinstatement guidelines say that when the value of benefits are greater than $1,000, the punishment is "withholding of 30 percent of eligibility for one season of competition and repayment." Thirty percent of a college basketball season is considered nine games.
Muhammad received the suspension penalty normally associated with benefits ranging between $500 and $700, yet still has to repay "approximately $1,600."
When asked by ESPN about the discrepancy, NCAA spokesperson Stacey Osbourn replied, "We don't have anything to share beyond the statement at this point."
Maryland and Rutgers are set to join the B1G. Well, okay.
So IU won the first appeal on Perea and Jurkin, they will be able to travel to NYC tonight and meet up with the team, but appeal on shortening 9 game suspension not til Friday. Oh well UNC is the game we could really use their size for though I would love to have them for tomorrow.
I'm really bummed that I'm stuck at work during today's game. Is anyone taping it?