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 31 
 on: Today at 02:24:28 PM 
Started by muwarrior69 - Last post by Hauser's Headband
I missed my calling as a financial adviser to uber-rich athletes. Put $10 million in a 30 year T-Bill at 3%; it'll be worth $24 million upon maturity.  Then find a couple low cost mutual funds (one total stock market and one total bond market) and you're good to go.

 32 
 on: Today at 02:23:44 PM 
Started by Benny B - Last post by ChitownSpaceForRent
The 16" softball player in me says there's no need for gloves at a game. Funny, never played a single day of organized baseball but am a pretty damn good softball player. Go figure.

 33 
 on: Today at 02:18:14 PM 
Started by Chili - Last post by BagpipingBoxer
Bingo!  A men's basketball coach would care about how much a school spends for basketball not football, hockey, swimming, etc.  Wisconsin had an extra $95 million in athletic department revenue and in 2014 they still spent almost $3 million less for basketball than Marquette did.

Unless you're buzz remember he did his math calculation of the chances of being successful at a non football school.

 34 
 on: Today at 02:15:53 PM 
Started by Pakuni - Last post by BagpipingBoxer
He carried us to the elite and was big time playmaker for us that year. His stock was the highest it ever was going to be. We weren't gonna be an elite 8 team even with him. Being a year older on a team that most likely wouldn't have advanced very far wouldn't have gotten him drafted. He made a choice of pursuing his dream job and made some money, instead of playing for a year for free against inferior competition. If he didn't like school and had no desire for a degree, he mad the right choice despite what many said here.

I respectively disagree about the potential of that team. Even with Derrick playing point vander would've helped spread the defense allowing for Jamil and Gardner to be considerably more effective. 

I agree that if wasn't going to get his degree and didn't like it here he made the proper decision. 

 35 
 on: Today at 02:12:17 PM 
Started by moomoo - Last post by MU Fan in Connecticut
Here's some more information on him.  He was the State Player of the Year in 2015.

http://www.gametimect.com/?s=Mustapha+Hero


 36 
 on: Today at 02:10:28 PM 
Started by Celtic Truth - Last post by Bleuteaux
Ahh I gotcha. I thought we were still talking statistical areas. Mea culpa.

We probably were. haha. my bad

 37 
 on: Today at 02:09:54 PM 
Started by Pakuni - Last post by martyconlonontherun
We'll never know for sure now...but at the time Blue declared, he was widely projected to be picked in the following year's draft.
I guess i don't remember that. I remember seeing him being ranked top 40 prospects for the next draft or something like that. Well, that was before you consider all the young euros and that those rankings usually overrate returning college players due to name recognition. It's an opinion but I don't see how Blue could've raised his stock enough while being a year older on a worst team.

 38 
 on: Today at 02:07:20 PM 
Started by Pakuni - Last post by martyconlonontherun
Probably would've depended on if he lead us to a similar run his senior year and if he increased his PPG. No undersized SG is going to get drafter averaging under 15ppg.  DJO was one of the top scorers in the country and barely made it in the draft.

He carried us to the elite and was big time playmaker for us that year. His stock was the highest it ever was going to be. We weren't gonna be an elite 8 team even with him. Being a year older on a team that most likely wouldn't have advanced very far wouldn't have gotten him drafted. He made a choice of pursuing his dream job and made some money, instead of playing for a year for free against inferior competition. If he didn't like school and had no desire for a degree, he mad the right choice despite what many said here.

 39 
 on: Today at 02:05:49 PM 
Started by Pakuni - Last post by GooooMarquette

Who would've been drafted if they stayed? Blue? Mayo? Blue may have been rated early before younger players should promise during the season,  but I doubt he ever was gonna get drafted as a senior with little PG skills.


We'll never know for sure now...but at the time Blue declared, he was widely projected to be picked in the following year's draft.

 40 
 on: Today at 02:04:26 PM 
Started by Chili - Last post by Hauser's Headband
But it is a reflection of institutional support and priorities.

Bingo!  A men's basketball coach would care about how much a school spends for basketball not football, hockey, swimming, etc.  Wisconsin had an extra $95 million in athletic department revenue and in 2014 they still spent almost $3 million less for basketball than Marquette did.

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