Patience, my guy, the news will keep on coming over the next few weeks. We still can't be sure right now that no one else is leaving.
I firmly believe PSU will be in it for Cremo til the end, and I'm expecting him to visit BW weekend. Not that I'm reporting this or have any concrete info, just a strong hunch. The Duke interest just doesn't fit the kind of small-town underdog he seems to carry himself as, but then again everyone can be tempted by shiny gold, so we'll see.
Just curious, are you a PSU fan?
Rereading it, I see where you're coming from. That was not the point I intended to convey. These rumors have been around forever yet nothing has come from them for over two years, hence why I snuck unfounded in there. This was all out there from Temple people since well before the FBI investigation surfaced.
I have no idea if Chambers is clean or not and I'd be awfully naive to just automatically assume he is.
Who the heck here declared Chambers having "clean hands"?
Underwood's off to a pretty terrible start in Champaign. Mark Smith's already transferring after an underwhelming freshman year. A lot of smoke that Leron Black is gonna graduate and leave, as well. You can rave all you want about Underwood's three years as a DI coach before this, but he better pick up the recruiting ASAP or he's gonna be gone in 3 years. You need more than one 5-star kid that's not even likely to stay for 3-4 years.
I find the implication that Chambers outcoached Holtmann quite funny; maybe it's just a bad matchup for Ohio State, but that wouldn't fit the narrative.
This is hilariously pathetic. Any suggestions why Holtmann never threw out any zone looks against Carr since they clearly couldn't guard him man-to-man?
I feel like it's obvious to tell if Josh is either going to miss or make a three, at least in yesterday's game anyway. All three of his second half threes were smooth catch-and-shoots off great feeds from Carr. His other six attempts that he missed were uh, not great.
With the RPI, it doesn't matter who you beat, but rather who you play and where you actually win. Road losses are not bad for one's RPI. Home losses are because they're weighted as 1.4 losses in your RPI winning percentage. But Michigan has two road games this week, so their RPI is going to be exactly the same no matter which of the two games they actually win.