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RE: College Hoops 2018 Season Thread
(11-14-2017 08:20 AM)GoCats1994 Wrote:  
(11-13-2017 10:50 PM)UCGrad1992 Wrote:  Assuming WSU hangs on to their 30 point second half lead, here are the updated standings from tonight's games:

Cats 2-0
WSU 2-0
SMU 2-0
Tulane 2-0
UConn 1-0
UCF 1-0
Houston 1-0
ECU 1-0
USF 1-1
Tulsa 1-1
Memphis 0-1
Temple 0-0

I know it's early, but...ouch. USF's win was by 1 point over Florida Atlantic. Last night USF lost to Morgan St by 10 (63-53)

For perspective... Morgan St has lost to Binghampton (Bearcats) 59-76...where Binghampton has now lost to Cornell by 10.

That is an ugly look... ugly as sin.
 
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RE: College Hoops 2018 Season Thread
Not in our conference, but potentially on our schedule- Richmond got waxed by Jackson Ville State by 30 last night. I'm guessing they won't get by UAB and that is who we will face after we beat Buffalo.
 
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How about Missouri so far this year. Blew out Iowa State and murdered Wagner, all this without arguably the best player in the country not playing (Michael Porter). The SEC could possibly be pretty good this year giving UK some trouble.
 
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RE: College Hoops 2018 Season Thread
(11-14-2017 11:33 AM)jarr Wrote:  How about Missouri so far this year. Blew out Iowa State and murdered Wagner, all this without arguably the best player in the country not playing (Michael Porter). The SEC could possibly be pretty good this year giving UK some trouble.

I think Florida may take the SEC crown, it'd be nice to beat them.
As far as Mizzou goes, they look decent, but keep in mind Milwaukee just beat that same ISU team by even more than Missouri did. Just last night
http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketb...=400989151
 
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(11-14-2017 11:41 AM)Recluse1 Wrote:  
(11-14-2017 11:33 AM)jarr Wrote:  How about Missouri so far this year. Blew out Iowa State and murdered Wagner, all this without arguably the best player in the country not playing (Michael Porter). The SEC could possibly be pretty good this year giving UK some trouble.

I think Florida may take the SEC crown, it'd be nice to beat them.
As far as Mizzou goes, they look decent, but keep in mind Milwaukee just beat that same ISU team by even more than Missouri did. Just last night
http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketb...=400989151

It's crazy how far ISU has fallen in 1 year. I was following one of their threads last night... it was not pretty. Nothing against them, but a weak ISU really hurts the B12, which is always a good thing.
 
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What about Pitt? How the mighty have fallen.
0-2 with losses to Navy and Montana.
 
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(11-14-2017 12:12 PM)TubaCat Wrote:  
(11-14-2017 11:41 AM)Recluse1 Wrote:  
(11-14-2017 11:33 AM)jarr Wrote:  How about Missouri so far this year. Blew out Iowa State and murdered Wagner, all this without arguably the best player in the country not playing (Michael Porter). The SEC could possibly be pretty good this year giving UK some trouble.

I think Florida may take the SEC crown, it'd be nice to beat them.
As far as Mizzou goes, they look decent, but keep in mind Milwaukee just beat that same ISU team by even more than Missouri did. Just last night
http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketb...=400989151

It's crazy how far ISU has fallen in 1 year. I was following one of their threads last night... it was not pretty. Nothing against them, but a weak ISU really hurts the B12, which is always a good thing.

They were very senior laden last season and lost a ton. They were expected to be pretty bad this season.
 
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Iowa State is bad.
 
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President Trump helped out one of our opponents....

Trump gives assist to UCLA

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Three UCLA basketball players detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting are on a plane back to Los Angeles.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said Tuesday the matter "has been resolved to the satisfaction of the Chinese authorities."

The rest of the UCLA team returned to Los Angeles last Saturday without the three.

There was no immediate word from UCLA on the players' status for the team's home opener Wednesday night against Central Arkansas.

The school said the three players, along with coach Steve Alford and athletic director Dan Guerrero, will make their first public comments about the matter on Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, but won't take questions.

A person with knowledge of the Pac-12's decision said any discipline involving the players would be up to UCLA. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the conference doesn't plan any sanctions.

Scott thanked President Donald Trump, the White House and the State Department for their efforts in resolving what he called "the incident with authorities in Hangzhou, China." He indicated that UCLA made "significant efforts" on behalf of its three players.

Trump said Tuesday he had a long conversation about the three players' status with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

Ball, Hill and Riley were expected to have an immediate impact as part of UCLA's highly touted recruiting class. All three are Los Angeles-area players.

Ball, a guard, averaged 33.8 points as a high school senior and follows in his brother's footsteps after Lonzo played one season in Westwood and left early for the NBA draft.

Forwards Hill and Riley, both four-star recruits, figure to bolster 7-foot senior Thomas Welsh in the frontcourt.

The Bruins traveled to China as part of the Pac-12's global initiative that seeks to popularize the league's athletic programs and universities overseas. The China Game is in its third year, and while the scandal was developing the league announced that California and Yale will play in next year's edition.

The game is sponsored by Alibaba Group, the Chinese commerce giant that both UCLA and Georgia Tech visited before the shoplifting incident occurred.

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More college basketball: http://collegebasketball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25
 
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(11-14-2017 12:53 PM)DownOnRohs Wrote:  Iowa State is bad.

Milwaukee 74 Iowa State 56

Iowa State lost their top 6 scorers from last year and got blown out by Milwaukee. Still, Hilton is a tough place to win.
 
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(11-14-2017 01:39 PM)namrag Wrote:  President Trump helped out one of our opponents....

Trump gives assist to UCLA

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Three UCLA basketball players detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting are on a plane back to Los Angeles.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said Tuesday the matter "has been resolved to the satisfaction of the Chinese authorities."

The rest of the UCLA team returned to Los Angeles last Saturday without the three.

There was no immediate word from UCLA on the players' status for the team's home opener Wednesday night against Central Arkansas.

The school said the three players, along with coach Steve Alford and athletic director Dan Guerrero, will make their first public comments about the matter on Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, but won't take questions.

A person with knowledge of the Pac-12's decision said any discipline involving the players would be up to UCLA. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the conference doesn't plan any sanctions.

Scott thanked President Donald Trump, the White House and the State Department for their efforts in resolving what he called "the incident with authorities in Hangzhou, China." He indicated that UCLA made "significant efforts" on behalf of its three players.

Trump said Tuesday he had a long conversation about the three players' status with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

Ball, Hill and Riley were expected to have an immediate impact as part of UCLA's highly touted recruiting class. All three are Los Angeles-area players.

Ball, a guard, averaged 33.8 points as a high school senior and follows in his brother's footsteps after Lonzo played one season in Westwood and left early for the NBA draft.

Forwards Hill and Riley, both four-star recruits, figure to bolster 7-foot senior Thomas Welsh in the frontcourt.

The Bruins traveled to China as part of the Pac-12's global initiative that seeks to popularize the league's athletic programs and universities overseas. The China Game is in its third year, and while the scandal was developing the league announced that California and Yale will play in next year's edition.

The game is sponsored by Alibaba Group, the Chinese commerce giant that both UCLA and Georgia Tech visited before the shoplifting incident occurred.

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Trump with the alley oop dunk from Xi for the win!
 
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RE: College Hoops 2018 Season Thread
(11-14-2017 01:39 PM)namrag Wrote:  President Trump helped out one of our opponents....

Trump gives assist to UCLA

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Three UCLA basketball players detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting are on a plane back to Los Angeles.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said Tuesday the matter "has been resolved to the satisfaction of the Chinese authorities."

The rest of the UCLA team returned to Los Angeles last Saturday without the three.

There was no immediate word from UCLA on the players' status for the team's home opener Wednesday night against Central Arkansas.

The school said the three players, along with coach Steve Alford and athletic director Dan Guerrero, will make their first public comments about the matter on Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, but won't take questions.

A person with knowledge of the Pac-12's decision said any discipline involving the players would be up to UCLA. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the conference doesn't plan any sanctions.

Scott thanked President Donald Trump, the White House and the State Department for their efforts in resolving what he called "the incident with authorities in Hangzhou, China." He indicated that UCLA made "significant efforts" on behalf of its three players.

Trump said Tuesday he had a long conversation about the three players' status with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

Ball, Hill and Riley were expected to have an immediate impact as part of UCLA's highly touted recruiting class. All three are Los Angeles-area players.

Ball, a guard, averaged 33.8 points as a high school senior and follows in his brother's footsteps after Lonzo played one season in Westwood and left early for the NBA draft.

Forwards Hill and Riley, both four-star recruits, figure to bolster 7-foot senior Thomas Welsh in the frontcourt.

The Bruins traveled to China as part of the Pac-12's global initiative that seeks to popularize the league's athletic programs and universities overseas. The China Game is in its third year, and while the scandal was developing the league announced that California and Yale will play in next year's edition.

The game is sponsored by Alibaba Group, the Chinese commerce giant that both UCLA and Georgia Tech visited before the shoplifting incident occurred.

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It sure would be nice if we could get one of the most powerful men on Earth to get our players out of trouble. Doss, could you call Trump the next time a horse gets punched?
 
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I would hope part of the deal was some sort of punishment on the American end. One month suspension during which they do lawn work on the grounds of the Chinese mission in Los Angeles, or something like that.
 
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Watching Michigan State and Duke, the Spartans are demonstrating what not to do VS a zone. I can see why we (along with most of college basketball) wanted Trevon Duval.
 
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Apparently I jinxed Duke. Duval's missing everything and their zone looks to be made of tissue paper.
 
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The ESPN bottomline is referring to the UCLA players as, "detainees". That's hilarious to me.
 
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Stony Brook (0-1) 52
Connecticut (1-0) 50
2Q

Little Rock (0-1) 21
Memphis (0-1) 12
1Q
 
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(11-14-2017 08:36 PM)UCGrad1992 Wrote:  Stony Brook (0-1) 52
Connecticut (1-0) 50


Go Seawolves! LOL
 
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UC should smack UConn again this year.
 
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Stony Brook (0-2) 64
Connecticut (2-0) 72
F

Little Rock (0-1) 34
Memphis (0-1) 33
2Q
 
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