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Author Topic: Cracked Sidewalks: All-Time #MUBB roster  (Read 5016 times)

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Re: Cracked Sidewalks: All-Time #MUBB roster
« Reply #75 on: August 03, 2021, 08:53:13 PM »
Lazar did get on The Sporting News 5th team All American in 2010.
The AP announces three teams, but that year they had a huge list of 43 players listed as Honorable Mention, which is what Lazar made. 
A little bit of a stretch to compare his Honorable mention with that of the Marquette first or second team All-Americans from the past.


The list is fairly short for those making an AP All-American team:
1971:  Meminger 1st
1972:  Chones 1st
1976:  Tatum 2nd
1977:  Butch 2nd,  Ellis 3rd
1978:  Butch 1st
1980:  Worthen 2nd
2003:  Wade 1st
2009:  McNeal 2nd
2012:  Crowder 2nd
2019:  Howard 2nd
2020:  Howard 1st

Fair enough, Lazar wasn't as good of an example. Just focus on McNeal Crowder and Howard which we're all the real thing but nobody will give them their dues.

Obviously McNeal and Howard both went nowhere in the tournament and there's other arguments one could make against them but the all American argument isn't the greatest imo
« Last Edit: August 03, 2021, 08:58:13 PM by Galway Eagle »
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