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  1. TheWatShot

    The laugh at Purdue Thread...

    I get a kick out of the ones saying they're more interested in football because football season isn't over yet. College football season is over for all but about 10 teams. No one cares about 80% of the bowl games.
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    Our resident Purdue troll sure has been quiet lately.
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    Kentucky and Utah play in Lexington today. Next year they're playing in Las Vegas. I'm not sure what's more amusing; Calipari being so afraid of road games or how he keeps getting high majors to agree to not play at home.
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    Indiana HS hoops

    Really wish AAU and summer travel ball would go away. The lack of fundamentals in high school hoops today is just bad.
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    The NCAA gave us 3 years probation, nothing more. This is probably the biggest fallacy on IU boards. We nuked our own program because we were afraid of Myles Brand. It was almost like the NCAA looked at what we had done and thought "Wow, ok. We'll just keep an eye on you for awhile."
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    No way it could be Calipari leaving. Calipari and Urban Meyer are the two college coaches I despise the most. One of them just retired; there's no way the other one leaves so soon after. The sports gods would never be that kind to me.
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    David Bell

    Probably because the 30 out of 56 voters who didn't just blindly vote for the big school player aren't Purdue fans. No other reason, I'm sure.
  8. TheWatShot

    The laugh at Purdue Thread...

    Never seen Purdue get more undeserved hype than they're getting this season. It's unreal.
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    If this game had been played in the Call Center, it probably would have been a moving screen against Marquette.
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    I read a slew of comments just like this on various IU boards before both the Arkansas and Louisville games.
  11. TheWatShot

    Around the B1G/NCAA

    That tournament resumé isn't looking too hot for the Boilers right now.
  12. TheWatShot

    Indiana HS hoops

    If that were the case, it would just be one more "t" for the PA guy to annunciate at their games. You can hear every "t" that guy says. "HunTING-TON North." Instead it would be "HunTING-TON Coun-TY."
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    I've said this before and I haven't wavered: the Calipari/UK machine peaked in 2015. He isn't getting the best recruits anymore, and people are realizing he isn't the one-and-done first round draft pick ticket he was made out to be. Several years ago, I read a post on Rupp Rafters from a supposed insider saying he would coach there until his son finished college. His son is a junior on the team right now. Calipari turns 60 in February. Combine this with a quote from him once saying he didn't see himself coaching there for more than 10 seasons, and I think the Calipari era might be ending sooner instead of later.
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    Indiana HS hoops

    http://hnhs.hccsc.k12.in.us/about_us/history_of_h_n_h_s In 1873 there were 112 schoolhouses in Huntington County. Complete consolidation of these schools into township schools was completed in 1927. Huntington County Schools were reorganized in 1964 on a countywide basis and consolidated into one high school in 1966. In 1966-67 the high school year began with a split campus comprised of the old Huntington Township High School building, located on the south edge of town, and the existing Huntington High School building, located in the center of town. In October 1969 high school students began occupying the not-yet-complete soon-to-be-named Huntington North High School building located at 450 MacGahan Street on the north side of town. The current building was dedicated in 1971 as Huntington North High School with its school colors as red, black, and white, and the school mascot as the Viking. The structure spanned five acres and housed tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade students.
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    Around the B1G/NCAA

    My question is, why does this result in a cancellation instead of a forfeit? That was a lame excuse from BC. Pilots land planes in bad weather all the time. And was the runway really going to dry off that much in 2 hours?
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