"He's a hard worker, and he watched me and Tim (Hardaway Jr.) and Nik (Stauksas) put work in to become (first-round picks), and I'm just happy he's getting better," Burke said. "It's great for the program, too. It shows what type of program the University of Michigan is and the direction it continues to go in."
Well Butler is currently up 7 on Indiana with 2:03 remaining. Could be an upset in the making.
Well apparently two Indiana players will be suspended 9 games for receiving benefits from a booster.
Well, I know the NCAA Tournament has lost a bit of its luster now that our beloved Wolverines are no longer in the running, but there are still games to be played and brackets to be (further) ruined.
1 SYR 75 - 9 KSU 59
2 OSU vs 7 Gonzaga - Just started
3 Marq vs 6 Murray St - 5:15pm
4 Wisc vs 5 Vandy - 6:10pm
4 Ind vs 12 VCU - 7:10pm
1 UK vs 8 ISU - 7:45pm
3 Baylor vs 8 Colorado - 8:40pm
4 Louisville vs 5 New Mex - 9:40pm
Anyone see any potential upsets today? I think the best shot at an upset would be New Mexico over Louisville. Plus, if you agree with the analysts, Wisconsin winning would be an "upset". Baylor could potentially lay an egg today too - they didn't look all that great on Thursday. I was really hoping KSU would give Syracuse more of a fight.
Dan Wolken at Fox Sports makes a proposal to push back the Men's NCAA Basketball season to start around New Years and have March Madness moved to May Madness. Since football is king in the U.S., I don't mind pushing back the season to kind of get out of it's way. Just wanted to get the boards' thoughts....
Not that it means anything since the 96 team idea is still not official but Joe Lunardi put out his prediction of what a 96 team bracket would look like and he has Michigan as a 15 seed in the East Region.
And not like.. Well... their actual dong.
Do these kids think they are really going to get away with this stuff?