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Help on the way for 19/20? by muguru
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Interesting, very interesting whiteboard by Marcus92
[Today at 05:35:15 PM]


NM by Lennys Tap
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Walk-Ons by Coleman
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The 2014 hiring of Wojo has indelibly marred the reputation of this program... by Billy Hoyle
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OH HELL YEAH! by Skip Intro
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Deadspin talks Buffalo by warriorchick
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Help on the way for 19/20?
« Last post by muguru on Today at 05:40:11 PM »
I'm really not sure what anyone has against Yeboah. He is athletic. A capable shooter. A good defender. Basic and advanced stats both indicate he'd be a solid player at this level.

The Drexel guy I get the hesitation. Not sure why there is so much hesitation for Yeboah

I have nothing against him but I'd like them to aim higher..he's about 4th on my list right now behind Blackshear, Juiston and Johnson
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Help on the way for 19/20?
« Last post by Goose on Today at 05:39:50 PM »
Jockey

I think you are way off base thinking people want Wojo to fail. I have voiced my displeasure and concerns about Wojo and still am concerned he can get it done. That said, aside from Dukiet’s last season, I have never wanted a coach or team to fail.

I do not doubt there are folks on here that may take pleasure if Wojo failed, I am not one of them. Have said many times over the past three years, I would be extremely happy to say I was flat out wrong about Wojo.

When I saw the proposed bet with guru and sand knut, I thought guru was making a mistake. Why would anyone want to win that bet on his side. While I think he would win, I sure hope not.

Lastly, I do think some on here make wild judgements about folks they do not know. I am guilty of that and definitely have a bias against certain posters. So, for all the wildly supportive Wojo backers, I hope you price me wrong.

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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Interesting, very interesting whiteboard
« Last post by Marcus92 on Today at 05:35:15 PM »
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The Superbar / NFL draft
« Last post by muwarrior69 on Today at 05:34:51 PM »
Any predictions? Once some picks are actually made we can discuss.
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Interesting, very interesting whiteboard
« Last post by swoopem on Today at 05:33:49 PM »
There was a day when the idea that a guy that Nebraska wanted would be a "tough get" for Marquette would have literally made me laugh out loud.

100% agree but it’s not the school I’m worried about, it’s the coach
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Is definitely a little funny that the Demir and Yeboah, the two guys we’ve actually seen mentioned, aren’t on the top secret whiteboard.
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The first two look like they could be Matej Kavas. Definitely fits the bill as a sharpshooting forward (6'8" 200lbs shot 45% from three). Not as good of a rebounder as I would hope. Would probably be reserved to sitting in the corner and chucking threes.

I think you’re right. Well done!! I knew we’d solve the mystery.
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3rd name is definitely Skogman, I believe 4th is Shakur (Juiston). That should make someone happy.

Well done, Sir!

First name no long looks like Bart tho! Starts with an M and ends with a T?
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Help on the way for 19/20?
« Last post by Jockey on Today at 05:19:15 PM »
I'm really not sure what anyone has against Yeboah. He is athletic. A capable shooter. A good defender. Basic and advanced stats both indicate he'd be a solid player at this level.

The Drexel guy I get the hesitation. Not sure why there is so much hesitation for Yeboah

Cuz lots of posters are actively rooting for Wojo to fail?  You know ....... the real fans.
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The Superbar / Re: NHL Playoffs -- the true crapshoot
« Last post by Lennys Tap on Today at 05:19:04 PM »
The team I spoke specifically about in the OP, the 1990-91 Minnesota North Stars, was not a "good team by and large." They were 27-39-14 and had the 16th-best record in a 21-team league. They were still playing only because the NHL allowed a ridiculous 76% of teams into the playoffs back then.

As soon as a team with a .425 regular-season winning percentage makes it to the Final Four, let me know and I'll agree with you, your "statistical analysis" and your buddy Mark Few that the NCAA tournament is a crapshoot.

Again, the No. 1 seeds in each conference and the defending champion all failed to get out of the first round in this year's NHL playoffs. Nothing even remotely close to that has ever happened in college basketball.

NHL playoffs = true crapshoot. NCAA tournament = chicos' crapshoot wannabe.

You're right. Chico's wrong. Another day that ended in y.
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