Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Today must be Autsin Hatch day at ESPN (I''m not opposed to making this a national holiday).
At 6PM on ESPNU, the full version of the SC Featured story on Hatch will be aired. But if you want a Hatch fix right now, I highly suggest you read Dana O'Neil's piece on Hatch.
I love this kid's story and am so proud he represents our university the way he does. A true inspiration to us all.
I was listening to the radio on my way into work this morning, and they were talking about how LeVert going down is good for the future of this team. Next year's team should have a lot of experience. I agree with that, and I'm excited for next year (while still being somewhat hopeful for this year.)
But then I thought about the Iowa game. Iowa was able to do whatever they wanted because they are just so much bigger than our players. No matter how much experience you have, it won't add inches to your height. How will the team overcome that?
(This topic probably doesn't really deserve its own thread, but it's a slow morning, so figured I'd get some discussion going.)
One week after Tom Brady won the Super Bowl MVP, it was quite a day (and night) for ex-Wolverines:
- Mitch McGary broke out for 19 points and 10 rebounds in a win over the Clippers, just a few days after being in the D-League.
- In that same game, Jamal Crawford pumped in 21 points for the Clippers.
- Max Paxioretty had a goal and an assist for the Canadiens in a win over the Bruins.
- Jacob Trouba had a goal for the Jets in a win over Colorado.
- Carl Hagelin had a goal for the Rangers in a loss to Dallas.
On the flip side, GR III did not play (coach's decision) and Nik Stauskas went scoreless in 10 minutes. Still, our ex-guys own Sundays!
Just scored on two quick layups. Finally getting some playing time!
Of course, i'd prefer for him to be on the floor in Bloomington, but whatever.
I wonder if Scott Brooks will actually use him often instead of running Durant and Westbrook into the ground.
Beat the Hoosiers.
The condensed version will be on the 10am sportscenter, while the full version will run on ESPNU on Monday at 6pm.