and... i like them? I think I like them.
Haven't seen this posted, but a video of a girl in high school making a full court shot. Pretty impressive, especially for that level of play.
The question for those more knowledgeable about basketball than myself: is that a 2 or a 3?
Alumni Networking Event, 2.12.13
Alumni Networking Event with ESPN.com’s Football Recruiting Analyst Tom VanHaaren
February 12, 2013
The Sports Tavern at The Toledo Club
235 14th Street Toledo, OH 43604
Business Casual Attire
Come out and meet area alumni as ESPN.com’s Tom VanHaaren presents the 2013 Football recruiting class. Tom currently covers University of Michigan football recruiting for ESPN.com's WolverineNation. VanHaaren has covered Michigan since 2008, originally for MGoBlog.com, and resides in Royal Oak, Mich. with his wife and son.
$10 includes appetizers and $5 donation towards UM Club of Toledo Scholarship Fund. We will be auctioning off a football signed by Football coach Brady Hoke with proceeds going towards the Scholarship Fund. After the presentation stick around afterwards to watch our Nationally-ranked Michigan Wolverine Basketball team take on the Michigan State Spartans.
We are limited to 45 people for this event. Business casual attire encouraged. Please contact Club President Jeremy Miller- firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or with any questions!
No longer restricted to 45 people.
Yes indeed folks, Our longtime captain is making a return to the great state of MICHIGAN to watch our beloved Wolverines beat down lil brother. Maybe Novak being there can help MICH to once again win at the Breslin center?
Kenpom's latest blog entry covers the late game 3-point situation and what's a smarter option: fouling or not fouling. For those of you still arguing one way or the other, it's a really interesting read. If you don't want to take the time to read it all, the basic conclusion is that losses are so rare that neither option is more of a guarantee than the other.
He does note that it's possible that Michigan, by virtue of having fouls to give, might be in a slightly different position than most of the games in his analysis (in fact, the Michigan game doesn't fit his sample set, as he chose games where the team that's losing gets their possession with 5-12 seconds remaining, presuming those situations lead to a better quality shot than what Brust had).
Personally, I'm in the "shit happens" camp where you play defense and make them hit an extremely low percentage circus shot.
Anyone watching the game? Pretty big in terms of making our non-conference win that much more impressive come selection committee time.
What are some of the other big non-conference wins around the nation that are comprable? Previously I would have pointed to MSU's win over Kansas as a big one, but if KSU pulls off the upset, ours will look better and maybe does already.
Butler probably has the biggest one in their upset of IU.
According to Coach Brown. Hopefully we can get a commitment from one of them.