"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."
we get the guy.
I heard that the mods on the sparty rivals site have started to call him overrated now.
They seem to be saying that because he's in prep school he's older than everyone else and thus his dominance, like Freddy Adu.
We'll be so much better than MSU in 2012 it won't even be funny anyway.
Has begun for me too.
Has begun for me too.
I guess the trend on that message board is that he sucks, and if he was any good at all he would be a spartan. Supposedly if the spartans offered tomarrow he would take it, because Mcgary begged Izzo to offer him and was turned down... Where do these ideas come from?
I think Beilein has changed the tide on the rivalry. Hell people in East Lansing are starting to believe him. Never in a million years I would have thought that. Selling Michigan jerseys in East Lansing is a good start.
Riddle me this. Does anyone know why Anderson who is from Michigan not enroll and MSU and is going to college in NY instead. Maybe he has family there? Sounds like a tragic story for the young man and my heart goes out to him but one does start to wonder why so many Spartan B-Ballers are leaving that program.
who hasn't even committed...they're worried! And thats on top of whats happened on the court.
Order will soon return...
I'm as big a homer for UM as there is, but MSU will start giving a crap about UM basketball when they show an ability to consistently beat good teams, including State, yearin/year-out. Getting McGary would be a coup, but let's not get too worked up about what the bottom of the MSU barrel has to say about a kid, good or bad.
We swept them last year. We have a solid (crossing fingers and toes--maybe excellent) class coming in. We have Sparty's attention, and for good reason. We don't own the state, by any means, but MSU lost its margin for error.
Sparty needs help with outlines:
A) He hasn't committed anywhere yet. and 2) Can someone explain how this is supposed to work?
Found in link, first page.
MSU is deff on a down turn. average up there NCAA seeds the last ten years. I bet you it's over 6. Thats good but not what anyone would call elite. they had some great tourney runs and a ton of luck. they are slowly fading though. 5 years from now MSU is middle tier big ten in BB and FB.
but how many Big Ten programs have recently gotten a higher rated player than McGary if Michigan lands him today? One of Indiana's monster class guys? State has generally done it with numbers, a lot of highly rated guys, but none on that super-elite level, at least recently.
My thoughts on Tom Izzo (or just an excuse to post this):
so much is proof that the planets and stars are realigning to their proper places and they know it. Soon the hating is all they will have because victories in Football and BB over UM will be few and far between...