i dont agree with what he said but.. http://insider.espn.go.com/college-sports/basketball/recruiting/classrankings?&action=upsell&appRedirect=http%3a%2f%2finsider.espn.go.com%2fncb%2frecruiting%2fclassrankings
good luck with that
Should I link to Scout's rankings where our class is better? What's your point? If you don't agree with him, why post something that isn't the entire truth to back up his claim?
will have michigan higher too, especially since they still have mcgary ranked #3 overall.
You left out the karma of your team losing the game against Wiscy on a penalty when players on your team should have been ejected twice against UM.
Surely this is not your first venture into this intertube contraption?
And with one fell swoop, WatersDemos takes a dump on the entire history of athletic competition.
When you get half the rcmb on here it's going to become a pissing contest.
Heck I don't have any problem saying Michigan State is the measuring stick in basketball. They've had a top 10 all time coach running their program the last 15 years. Those don't come around very often. They've had one and have cashed in big time. Michigan hasn't had anyone close to as good until the last 5 seasons. Factor in the poor shape of the facilities v. many other elite programs and what the team did this year winning a share of the conference is a super accomplishment. Way ahead of schedule.
One thing that is interesting is Izzo's flirtation with the NBA and the basic idea that if Lebron had stayed in Cleveland, he would have been taken the job. If you recall, the waiting game was not about Izzo making a decision, but it was about seeing what Lebron's decision would be. That didn't seem like a guy that was all jacked up about being a lifer at State.
It is widely known he is sick of recruiting and that he has a certain level of frustration that despite the 6 final fours in 13 years, he still can't recruit on autopilot like the bellwether programs such as Duke and UNC.
As a Michigan fan, I'd love to see him retire or jump to the pros. Correct or not, I am of the belief that he runs a very strong program that stays that strong only if he is running it.
That's always been the nature of the athletic programs at that school.
We beat Wisconsin by 25 points.