to play football, not to play trumpet
Most people believe Manny will turn pro after his Junior year. It looks to me like he could benefit from another year of college (i.e. work on taking it to the basket with his left hand, shooting, getting stronger, etc.). What do people think? Is he ready for the NBA?
Can someone send me a still shot of Jalen Rose cheering wildly in that handsome red blazer? I need it to be my new Avatar as it is the highlight of my UM Hoops season.
Sadly, I don't think it will go well. 64-48 Spartans.
Full preview coming on the frontpage later.
This article's dated January 13th, but I haven't seen it after checking the board or m.go.licio.us so here it is:
About a 6 minute interview with Cazzie on lostlettermen.com
I know it's not exactly a new flash to people, but the officiating of the Wisconsin game was horrendous. This is not MarioKart on N64, officiating should not handicap a team for being ahead. Michigan can't get a call all game, especially in the first half where time after time Michigan players got fouled without call and Wiscy gets the benefit because they're behind. But once there's a minute and a half left, Manny gets the call he hasn't gotten all game and Gibson (who played terrible) gets away with an egregious foul.
You might say this is sour grapes and you'ld pry be right considering this game coupled with the UConn win would give new life to the season. As such, we go right back to having to go probably 8-4 the rest of the way against a brutal schedule.
Finally, I want to say it's still not the reason we lost IMO, as we missed layups and couldn't manufacture offense down the stretch, but it still kills me to have games influenced so strongly by the officials.