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Discussion in 'Basketball' started by GreenLantern, Sep 26, 2017.
And Auburn is Under Armour as well.
We are Louisville's third home game, not counting their red-white scrimmages. Does anybody know if their games against Kentucky Wesleyan and Bellamine are scrimmages or real games? With the sanctions, I wouldn't be surprised if there was additional press there, just to see how they are doing. This can only help us with exposure.
We are their season-opener -- if they can still field a team by then.
If we win, would you consider that the biggest regular season win in school history? Sure, beating UVA or Mississippi State was good, but Louisville is *traditionally* on another level.
If we win there will always be an asterisk on the victory. They will never give us credit if we face a decimated team.
But because of the entire scandal, there would always be an asterisk on that win. I would love to beat them at full strength, and with a Dave Paulsen coached team that can happen.
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And I'm hearing Thad Matta, Tom Crean, or Demar Derozan (Washington) are some of the names being tossed around as replacements. There's an out of work "coach" who has nice suits that is available.
Demar Derozan? Lorenzo Romar, maybe?
My bad. I'm working on about 3 hours of sleep right now.
Sean Miller of Arizona had his house raided last night. Sources are telling me that agents are wearing wires during illegal recruitment and agent talk. this could blow up some really powerful teams.
I'd say VCU is in trouble but they've already imploded.
Sean or Andy Miller of ASM?
WSU in Wichita in 2006 is the biggest regular season win in program history because of what happened because of it.
Those will be all over Rupp Arena this season.
Not if they are on the shirt too. If Pitino talks, everybody is doomed. Calipari too.
My goodness that was a great film.
I think you look first at schools in the middle of nowhere (most Big 12 schools) and if they get a top recruit from NYC or some urban area. Why would a basketball prodigy from Brooklyn go to Kansas State?