This guy has a history of overreacting.
"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
This guy has a history of overreacting.
Good to see people aren't overreacting or anything like that
LEWAN was owned by CLOWNEY!!
Shut up already.
Amazing shot on the push by Burke.
"Back to a 32-32 tie." Srsly?
played the first 5 min and i don't think he's played since. this ankle thing might linger for a while, unfortuneately.
He has 2 fouls. We are tied and have there best players in foul trouble. We will take control.
On a scuffle for the ball it looked like he came up limping. I noticed it and we haven't seen him since. It was on the penn state side baseline falling out of bounce.
Wait for it.... dribble the clock out, pull up, and shoot a 3.
set up the alley oop buzzer shot.
Here comes the Trey iso.
why call a timeout.. you know the play.. trey dribble then launch a 3 at the buzzer
We don't use it, you ignorant dickhead.
Whoa. That's unnecessary.
If M gomes out of this TO with a step back Burke shot as the buzzer goes off, I think it might break mgoblog.
that would have been preferable as it turns out
These announcers are beyond belief. The frigging score is tied, we have been shooting poorly all half and Penn State still sucks.
RUN A FU**ING PLAY!!!
We would if we had any.
With so many games in so little time, we don't have a lot of opportunity to practice and get better, especially when we're preparing to play MSU OSU and Indy. That'll wear you down. Let's see what a week of practice will do, I bet we look a lot better when we play Illinois
Great fucking possesion.
Sweet play drawn up there Belein.
I thought you were turning the game off?
Plus learn how to spell our HC's name.
Penn St celebrating?
They had a better half than we did.
Why not? They have no conference victories and are in position to potentially upset one of the supposed best teams in the conference.
Anyone else see trey Burke after that timeout when talking about the ref?
Sadly that defense just worked
Still waiting for the next time JB calls a good end of the clock play.
I thought the play against Wisconsin was pretty good.
We had some good dual wing action going on there, Penn State just timed their trap really well.
OK, we're a second-half team, right?
THJ, 5 points in his last 60 minutes played. Get your head together kid. You're a great player. Don't beat yourself.
Our bigs are awful
I'll gladly take a tie at halftime after that crap half. Hopefully Coach B can refocus them in the locker room.
BTN studio announcer knows his stuff
On the last possession, PSU pulled out a soft trap with two guards on Burke. They hadn't showed it yet and we weren't prepared for it. Credit them for good timing.
That's the reason I wouldn't have called timeout - you're giving them a chance to set something up defensively. However, I'm sure Coach B is thinking "Let's set something up so we don't have Trey Heroball."
Sometimes you have to tip your cap. Credit PSU for the timing of showing the trap. Now we can expect it and be prepared for it.
Yep. That was a great defensive call and Burke didn't handle it very well.
......sadly are neither Leaders or Legends - have to turn down the volume
Here's what it looks like by the numbers...
Plenty of game left, of course, but I do wonder what the halftime discussion will entail...
This game has a double digit win written all over it.
not playing with any confidence lately, I am not digging these dog days of February
Not giving up on anything yet. THIS IS BASKETBALL. Not everything is a blowout. Being up or down by a couple doesn't mean anything until the very end.
Everything should a blowout against Penn State. Honestly against any other team in this conference, I would agree with you, but winning this game by <20 is a very bad sign.
Classic hangover game. They started to get their confidence back there in the last 5 minutes. Want to see them come out with 3 defensive stops. We'll be fine this game. Long term, need Stauskas and McGary to start being more diligent about moving their feet on defense.