Here are the 3-pt field goal stats of our opposition from the last five games:
As you can see, only once in the last five has a team hit fewer than 50% of their 3-pt attempts against Michigan, and even that was a pretty good 42% clip from Penn State.
On the recent WTKA roundtable, it was suggested (by Craig Ross, I believe) that this was just "bad luck". So, what do you all think? Bad luck, or bad defense? If other teams stop having the hot hand against us (regression to the mean and all), will the season suddenly seem a bit more salvageable?
Michigan -- and its 348th ranked 3-point defense (I wish I was kidding) -- will tip off against Nebraska in about 45 minutes. The bad news: This is likely another curb stomping by an average opponent. The good news, if you're the betting type: Nebraska is amazingly +9, so if you like free money today is a win. Go Patriots!
sorry to be that guy
should I buy on stubhub?
or should I try and scalp at the game?
Cheer for the team and the coach in the Challenge today
100k to the winner's charity
Just been watching the Celtics/Hawks game, and Timmy has had a hell of a 4th quarter. He's got 20 on the game, and he's looking like a legit player.
Frankly, the announcers can't stop talking about him. He's made a key adjustment and started slashing in true Not Just a Shooter(TM) fashion. Anybody else watching? What do y'all see different about his game?
So, we did lose the game, but we can still win for #ChadTough