Big night in New England basketball

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    [QUOTE]Indians 1948 .... foot in mouth again ... that powerful Duke team did a bang up performance against Temple did they not TROLL?
    Posted by whr[/QUOTE]
    If you were a true fan of the sport, and not just a name-calling loser, you would understand that upsets occur fairly frequently in college basketball. For example, Cleveland State beat Vanderbilt, Indiana beat both Kentucky and Ohio State, Fordham defeated harvard, K. State beat undefeated Missouri, etc. etc. I predict there will be one or two more upsets before March. Temple beating Duke is an upset. It happens.
    P.S. Your proofreader is doing a much better job. Only two typos in your last post.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Big night in New England basketball : Typical uconn fan thinks college athletics are driven by basketball and RPI ratings. Duke and NC aren't worried - Duke is 2nd in RPI and NC is 12 Conference expansion is driven by football, basketball is 2nd fiddle. The ACC doesn't want uconn because uconn football sucks! If the ACC wanted uconn, the 11 other member schools wouldn't give a **** about what BC and GDF thought. The ACC as a whole does not want uconn. Get over it!
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    While it's true that football TV money is driving conference realignment you are wrong that conferences are poaching teams based on how good they actually are at football.  For example, Colorado, Missouri, and Texas A & M are hardly the power football teams in the Big 12--especially the first two--but they are the ones who were targeted by the PAC-10 and SEC.  By your logic, it would make no sense to target Syracuse because they have been among the worst teams in the Big East in football.  Pitt has been up and down but otherwise is not much better than say Cincinnati or South Florida in football.   

    Basically, these conferences just want to add more teams to get a few extra $$ when they negotiate TV contracts with ESPN and the networks (and see other conferences as their competitors who they would like to weaken).  In the end, mega-size conferences with no football tournament will just make the BCS more of a joke, with a bunch of one and two loss teams playing a series of meaningless bowls.        

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Big night in New England basketball : uhhh yeah, you were close.  problem is the ACC is full of TOO many doormats now and they need more competition as the ACC is recognized as a 2 team race every year.  By having all these non-competitive teams it hurts the ACC and RPI for the entire ACC and hurts NC and Duke.  This is why they wanted solid basketball teams including Uconn before Pitt but BC/GDF started whining.   Is that logic too difficult for you to understand?  before you go personal on me, try to understand a little bit of what you are talking about.  Have you been living under a rock this entire time?

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    Rutgers? Seton hall?

     
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    Having the \National Championship on January 9th is a joke with the Skin Bowl go daddy preluding.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Big night in New England basketball : Typical uconn fan thinks college athletics are driven by basketball and RPI ratings. Duke and NC aren't worried - Duke is 2nd in RPI and NC is 12 Conference expansion is driven by football, basketball is 2nd fiddle. The ACC doesn't want uconn because uconn football sucks! If the ACC wanted uconn, the 11 other member schools wouldn't give a **** about what BC and GDF thought. The ACC as a whole does not want uconn. Get over it!
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    Don't know what BC is driven by? It certainly isn't winning in the deep South!
     
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    I'm sorry for the above interruption guys.  My son has finally learned how to type. Joey, go back upstairs and play with your G.I.Joes! And stop kissing your sister!
     
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    UCONN was a disappointing team and will make the Dance. Lazy and with an attitude. Unfortunately, 2 of their players will be NBA lottery selections. Lamb is very good ...  As for New England, Harvard will be a 4-5 seed and will be a one and out. BE may put in 8 teams ...
     
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    BC 2011-12 OVERALL RANKINGS!

    Great work Wonder boy?

    POINTS PER GAME

    59.2 329th OVERALL


    REBOUNDS PER GAME

    29.6326th OVERALL


    ASSISTS PER GAME

    11.4 281st OVERALL


    FIELD GOAL PCT

    .408 292nd OVERALL
     
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    [QUOTE]Does BC have a hockey team? No way, although  it's headed in the same direction as Basketball & Football the Hockey Least cellar!
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    Guess ending the season at #1 isn't enough, is it?
     
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    Jack Cooley And Jerian Grant Named To BIG EAST All-Conference Teams.


       
     
       
     
       
     
    FIGHTING IRISHOne of the nation's most improved players, Jack Cooley averaged a double-double during the 18 games of the BIG EAST regular season.
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    One of the nation's most improved players, Jack Cooley averaged a double-double during the 18 games of the BIG EAST regular season.
     
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    This ain't yo daddy's Ivy. 
     
    The Ivy League was the #13 RPI conference this year -- ahead of the CAA and Horizon. 
     
    Harvard is dangerous. If they get a defense-oriented matchup like Wisconsin, then watch out. If they get a run-and-gun high-scoring squad, then they're probably toast.

    Great post to share with you all, as HARVARD will be an 8th seed, and I agree will make some noise, but not as much as UCONN!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Big night in New England basketball : Guess ending the season at #1 isn't enough, is it?
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    won't balance the debit and credits, or help the cash flow with puck head revenues!
     
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