“He passes, he makes other guys better and he can score the ball as well. With that freshman adjustment, it’s all about how quickly you adjust to the speed of the game and the length of the players on the court,” Jordan said. “We know he has good vision and passing ability. Kids come in as freshmen like Trey and they don’t know what to say from a leadership standpoint, so they’re just listening and that’s where the other guys come in and show them the ropes.”
Recently, when it was announced that Wisconsin basketball player Mike Bruesewitz had a leg injury, details weren't known at the time other than some people calling it a laceration.
Well, pictures of the injury have surfaced on the interwebz. Click through at your own caution. They're safe for work, but if you don't like medical TV shows, they may not be safe for your stomach.
I won't embed in the post, just in case people want another chance to shy away.
M-Wolverine seems to have dropped the ball (teasing) so here is the open thread for today's game. Talk amongst ourselves. And give regular score updates if you all will, for us chumps at work that are relying on this threads for following the game.
Since Indiana just lost to OSU tonight, I was wondering what the Big Ten Tournament seedings could be. This is the schedule for the remaining Big Ten conference games and the winners of each game in my completely subjective opinion:
Michigan @ Purdue
Minnesota @ Nebraska
Wisconsin @ Michigan State
Penn State @ Northwestern
Minnesota @ Purdue
Nebraska @ Iowa
Indiana @ Michigan
Northwestern @ Michigan State
Illinois @ Ohio State
Wisconsin @ Penn State
This would result in a 4-way tie atop the conference between Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, and Ohio State. According to the tiebreaking procedures from last year's tournament, the seeding would work out as follows:
|1. Indiana||7. Iowa|
|2. OSU||8. Illinois|
|3. Michigan||9. Purdue|
|4. MSU||10. Northwestern|
|5. Wisconsin||11. Nebraska|
|6. Minnesota||12. Penn State|
Here is the 2013 Big Ten Tournament bracket. In the scenario I described, Michigan would be playing the winner of Minnesota vs Nebraska. If I made a mistake, please correct me.
EDIT: Fixed. I think UM would be the 3 seed by virtue of losing the comparison to OSU against Wisconsin.
The good folks at BHGP have pieced together why Bielema has moved on. And done so in a form we can all understand. Chart?
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It's good to see that they finally arrested the individuals involved in this situation.