is there such a thing as an etsy genuis? if so, this is it.
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|7 weeks 4 days ago||Might be graduate-related||
The reason it made any difference for Stainbrook to give his scholarship to his brother was that he was a graduate student and thus had much lower tuition. Maybe that makes his situation different enough under the rules that it doesn't compare to the Hatch's.
|43 weeks 4 days ago||On the bright side...||
By this line of thinking, the first collegiate football game (Princeton @ Rutgers, 1869) is now a Big 10 game.
|44 weeks 11 hours ago||It's the other way around||
If this works, it sounds like it's more Beilein recognizing a good thing that his former assistant brought him than "plucking a 17ppg DIII player out of nowhere." My hunch is that Robinson figures he's switching coaches regardless and he would rather stay in Beilein's system (with the man himself!) than take his chances with the very young, unproven new coach at Williams. (The new coach was a Maker assistant for a year, but has never been a head coach.)
|44 weeks 11 hours ago||I see you signed up today.||
I see you signed up today. Was Chandler already taken as a username?
|44 weeks 12 hours ago||not a coincidence||
The outgoing Williams coach (who just hired CJ Lee as an assistant last week) was a Beilein assistant at West Virginia.
As a Williams and Michigan alum, I guess it's win-win: if he jumps ship I get to watch him on a bigger stage that I'm also invested in; if he stays in Williamstown there's the prospect of further trips deep in the D-III tournament.
|44 weeks 14 hours ago||As a Williams and Michigan alum||
As a Williams and Michigan alum, I'm right there with you. I was already feeling conflicted about Maker's departure and his taking CJ Lee from UM. There's little doubt that Robinson makes a bigger impact on the Eph squad than he would (will?) at Michigan.
I had similar feelings when Maker's predecessor at Williams, Dave Paulsen, was hired by Bucknell, which is in my hometown and is the only other place I've taken college courses.
|48 weeks 4 days ago||Why stop with the starting 5?||
Why limit it to starters? The 2013 roster includes freshman LeVert, but the 1993 roster has senior Eric Riley, an early 2nd round pick. He was the sixth man, displaced as a starter by Howard/Webber.
I think both of these teams would have a hard time playing defense against the other. Perimeter D was the main weakness of the '93 team, while the '13 team would have serious matchup problems against the '93ers. (I think Webber and Howard would outmatch McGary and Robinson, and then you have Burke, Stauskas, and Hardaway trying to match up on Rose, King, and Jackson.)
I'd really like to see this. Wish it was possible.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||I was in row 9 or so of the||
I was in row 9 or so of the student section for that game. I rushed home afterward and managed to record several sports reports on it (ESPN and a couple of Detroit stations). I think the rest of that videotape has the Arizona, St. Johns, and Duke games from that season -- I've been meaning to transfer it for years.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||I was in grad school for all||
I was in grad school for all of that and the second year of the Fab Five. Good times indeed.
|1 year 13 weeks ago||That was my first year in Ann||
That was my first year in Ann Arbor. Indiana had its usual help from the officials at Assembly Hall. I remember Penn State in particular getting some rough calls against them when they were surprisingly in the game late.