Bzzzt wrongWhen you have multiple natty's, you can post in whatever thread you want. It's a free pass.
And I agree, you certainly are confused.
Fair enough. It is funny how you took Jimbo's avatar bet straight up but needed points to take mine earlier in the season. That's kind of what I meant by jumping on the wagon.I mean you losers can post here all you want. Doesn’t bother me and rightfully we get to call you losers because your team has lost.
It’s a win-win
2011? Yikes. I just don't know if I'm ready to stomach a sub top-25 UConn team winning another title. That team is freakishly efficient with their title runs.Feels like 2011 again. Ohio St and KU 1 and 2. Painful memory for me and I KNOW it’s a painful memory for you. But don’t be blue. Stay true.
Oh really? Well then, how in the world am I still posting in here then, captain oblivious? Make me stop posting in here.Bzzzt wrong
This isn’t for teams who lost to mid majors this season and are living off past glory because their team is a joke this season.
This is for current undefeated teams in 2019.
Guess which bucket Kentucky fits in?
I'm not a fan of vacated games either. I was in Columbus in '99 and I watched it happen.I was aware of that. I still give them credit for the FF, though.
That's a shame. He wasn't even one of the key pieces for OSU in 99.I'm not a fan of vacated games either. I was in Columbus in '99 and I watched it happen.
Here's the kicker (from wiki)
A two-year NCAA investigation found that player Boban Savovic might have received improper benefits while he played for Ohio State. On March 10, 2006, the NCAA gave Ohio State three years' probation and ordered it to pay back all tournament money earned from 1999–2002 when Boban Savovic was on the Buckeyes' roster. In addition, Ohio State was forced to remove all references to team accomplishments by the NCAA directorate from those years including a 1999 visit to the Final Four.
You guys cried like babies when I entered a "blue blood" thread last year.I have no problem with OSU fans narrowing down their entire history of success to 9 games. What else do they have?
After roommating with some former OSU football players, while living in Columbus (Jim O;Brien years), I know first hand they're not used to having much success on the court and will jump on the bandwagon pretty quick. Almost as quick as they jump off.
I'm also going to post in any thread here, and I love it bothers some. They should probably have a good cry (on here, so we all can read), so it makes it better.
I hope that clears up any confusion.