What a collapse in the last 3 minutes by Indiana. And how weird not to see Illinois screw things up for once. Awesome. Indiana still has their 4 toughest road games ahead and 2 losses. Wouldn't be surprised at all if they only win 1 of 4, maybe at Minnesota.
Thursday Night College Hoops (Drinks, anyone?) Thread
Gonzaga slowly is looking like they could be a #1 seed if they run the table. They will be at least top 5 next week, possibly as high as 2 or 3 depending on if Duke and Arizona win and how far Indiana falls.
Zeller messed up big time on allowing the backdoor cut. He got rewarded with an up-close look at one of the greatest basketball game endings of the season. So is Michigan #1 again?
We gotta beat Wisky on Saturday, if we do we should be #1 with both Indiana and Florida going down.
If we beat Sparty in East Lansing we might be able to actually stay at #1 for more than a week with three relatively easy games in a row (PSU, ILL, @PSU), then a home game against MSU, away at Purdue and home against IU to finish it off.
We beat Sparty in East Lansing!!!
want to start an Indiana loses snowflakes thread, lmao
hang around the top 5, but not be #1. Being ranked first doesn't really do you any good, and just makes other teams play their best against you.
Who is commentating the Washington UCLA game? He was asked who the best team in the country and he talked about Kentucky. Listed five teams and did not include Michigan. I want to punch him.
Oh it's Bill Walton. He don't know shit.
I'm surprised Walton can even speak a coherent sentence after his years with the Grateful Dead.
I wasn't planning on drinking tonight, because I have a test tomorrow. But alas. I'm at the Arena. I've been drinking a Bells Imperial Stout and Huma Lupa Licious tonight.
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