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Here's his bracket selections. All 5 Pac 12 teams out in the first round!
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This post was edited by bruincrusher 13 months ago
makes sense, seeing as pac-12 basketball is godawful
His Bro-n-Law will be out of a job soon...he's not a very good coach. In fact, from an x's & o's point of view, he is horrible.
Still, I've got 5 Pac wins in my brackets. Find out before long.
He made one good bracket selection during his first term....picked North Carolina....that sure was a "flimsy branch" he ventured out on that year, considering everyone picked NC, too.
Agreed....Pac 12 basketball is pretty poor at the moment.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Trojan Conquest 13 months ago
I have 2 (Oregon, AZ)
then both out the next round
That's ok. The PAC-12 doesn't like him either. Too bad we couldn't vote HIM out in the first round!
Join the fight for YOUR liberty!
Haha though I agree with your second sentence, your first sentence is way off, sans Arizona and Utah.
PAC 12 representing today (How about 4 wins and 1 crosstown loss - that would work for me)
Gawd awful...but 3-0 right now. Colorado has the toughest game, and will UCLA under achieve again? Either he is ignoring his brother-in-law or getting bad info from him
This post was edited by pdxtroy 13 months ago
Freedom through Vigilance
Minnesota (my school) can be a solid team. They beat a #1 ranked Indiana team and hung close with Duke. They can also be very pathetic (I think they've lost like 11 of their last 15 or something). Point being, nobody knows what Minnesota team will show up against UCLA. Hopefully the solid one haha.
You hsve already bren told there is no strategy in basketnall
Yeah, this is one of those games that could really go either way, not because the teams are evenly matched, but because both are capable of absolutely disappearing. I think UCLA is pretty putrid, but Minnesota's ability to fail to show up is remarkable.
This post was edited by jpw 13 months ago
Looks like Minnesota decided to show up tonight!
You guys hear that Shabazz Muhammad news today? Turns out he's actually 20, when everyone thought he was 19. There was also something about his dad once saying he wanted an NBA millionaire son or something like that. The latter is probably the same thing many fathers have wished for, but that age story is a little odd.
The age story makes sense. His draft stock is higher the younger he is.
That is what I have heard.
Who's supposed to be the top pick this year anyway? I don't watch much college basketball.
My man Ben McLemore from Kansas.
It's a really weak draft. McLemore, Marcus Smart, and Nerlens Noel will be the top 3 picks, in some order. McLemore is the best, he looks like a young Ray Allen, but he's too passive. The top three picks will likely be dictated by team needs, so it could be any of the three, but McLemore is ranked as the top prospect on the various draft boards.
If you get bored you really should look up some of McLemore's highlights, he's incredible.
Your Kansas homer aside, the PG from Louisville ain't too shabby either. You can't guard him on offense and he is tenacious on defense as well.
Oh yeah, Peyton Siva is nasty. Too bad he's 5'11, probably won't get called until late second round, but he's an amazing college player regardless.
whoa, idk about late second round. my guess is late first or early second.
I'm talking about Russ Smith.
I looked up some stuff on him and mostly see late second round, I'm guessing because of his height...you can't coach around 5'11. I wish the kid all the best, though.
TW, Russ Smith is a nice player. Erratic, but solid. Louisville has a great team this year.
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