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    • Some random thoughts from a cluttered mind... (7 Posts)
    • I want to extend a hypothesis on the HCBS led Jayhawks not being swept by a team in Big XII play. My theory is that an assistant coach typically does the scouting for the next opponent. If a team beats us the first time around HCBS takes it a bit personally and uses what he saw in that game and the...
    • In Sports / Basketball
    • Last post by hairyhawk
    • 7 hours 14 minutes ago
    • KState-Texas (4 Posts)
    • It got a little exciting in the last 5 minutes when Barry Brown took over. Let's hope that UT doesn't figure anything out before the play KU.
    • In Sports / Basketball
    • Last post by JRhawk
    • 7 hours 22 minutes ago
    • While we wait......Vick's future? (5 Posts)
    • I think you are underestimating the chances of Doke leaving. Guys that big can find a place in the league even if they are a total stiff. I know he is not on the draft prognosticators radar but I think potential outweighs ability in the draft.
    • In Sports / Basketball
    • Last post by hairyhawk
    • 7 hours 25 minutes ago
    • He who publicly whines away... (1 Posts)
    • ...gets reprimanded in the next few days. Of course, reading the article I see nothing really punitive about the reprimand, so I can imagine Thuggins is laughing all the way to the next reporter who'll listen to his whine. 23 fouls to 14 before counting the two technicals WVU earned late in the...
    • In Sports / Basketball
    • Last post by HawkErrant
    • 10 hours 45 minutes ago
    • Big 12 projection, Round 15 (3 Posts)
    • Ditto and thanks. What I don't believe the stats show are what Tech is like with a healthy Evans and without one. They lost a tight one at Baylor, and Evans played most of the 1st half before he got hurt. Baylor's tough and they're 5-3 at home, so that loss wouldn't have hurt Tech's numbers much....
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    • Last post by NotOstertag
    • 12 hours 33 minutes ago

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