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Discussion in 'College Basketball Board' started by Quavarius, Mar 8, 2020.
It was fun while it lasted, was it not?
Wait, who do got winning it this tourney then (smiley face)
Well I think the Jayhawks are due for a championship so.....
Trend says Nova. Sorry Dorothy
I suppose you’d better go bet the farm on it, yes?
They did already beat the odds on favorite this year
'15 Should say "UK".
What about the first 40?
What about the second 40?
That is not what I said
Don’t mind him. His team’s like a game ahead of Rutgers.
‘19 should say “Duke.”
Florida State can do it.
Yeah, you only had to win THREE more games than you did.
14' should have Louisville
Asterisk or vacated. Either one
Iowa > Kansas
2020: Not ACC and not Villanova.
Yalls 2010 was/should have been the best team since the twin towers. Yes better than 96.
But UK proved to be your daddy once again
Is reetarded Bill Self not gonna coach in this year's tournament?
Is that supposed to be funny?
Not to my knowledge.
Speaking of ******ation, do you remember who won the championship in 2008?
Sure. Just look at all those amazingly talented teams Dr. Self has had. He's a full fledged idiot.
*Collins, Taylor, Henry, Morri, Aldrich
Must be why his teams almost always score out of timeouts and his in-game adjustments are virtually always successful. Or why his teams usually win when he has plenty of preparation time. Also why he's 22-7 (or whatever) vs top 5 teams.
You're just another in a long list of lame SEC johnny come latelys that know zilch about basketball.
Well you clearly have none
That 2010 UK team was overrated and couldn't shoot worth a lick. Now if Jodie Meeks had returned that year, then it would've likely been a juggernaut.
Did you forget to take your meds today?
Nope. Popped 4 pills this morning.
And Uconn smacked yall around
Bookend losses in 2011
Crapped the bed against Kevin ollie ?!!!!!
cal gets paid how much ?!!!!
Kevin olllie now coaches in a church league, with that fat ring.
Laugh out loud at you hiding behind UConn.