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4 hours ago, teachercd said:

Yikes, picked kind of low.

 

And Wisconsin and Iowa are gonna BLLLLLOOOOOOOOOWWWWW

I am very interested to see how Iowa does without Garza. I think his skills allowed them to have bad nights and still win.

 

Not sure I really get the love for Wisconsin either. 

 

If the team blends, I think they could be top 6. 

 

Michigan, Purdue, Illinois and Ohio State might be the cream of the crop.

 

But I think we can compete with Maryland, MSU, Indiana, Rutgers, Iowa and Wisconsin.

 

I dont think Northwestern, Penn State or Minnesota will be any good. 

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12 minutes ago, Minnesota_husker said:

I am very interested to see how Iowa does without Garza. I think his skills allowed them to have bad nights and still win.

 

Not sure I really get the love for Wisconsin either. 

 

If the team blends, I think they could be top 6. 

 

Michigan, Purdue, Illinois and Ohio State might be the cream of the crop.

 

But I think we can compete with Maryland, MSU, Indiana, Rutgers, Iowa and Wisconsin.

 

I dont think Northwestern, Penn State or Minnesota will be any good. 

I think MD and Indiana could be dark horses.  

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21 minutes ago, Minnesota_husker said:

I am very interested to see how Iowa does without Garza. I think his skills allowed them to have bad nights and still win.

 

Not sure I really get the love for Wisconsin either. 

 

If the team blends, I think they could be top 6. 

 

Michigan, Purdue, Illinois and Ohio State might be the cream of the crop.

 

But I think we can compete with Maryland, MSU, Indiana, Rutgers, Iowa and Wisconsin.

 

I dont think Northwestern, Penn State or Minnesota will be any good. 

I think we have the ability to be anywhere from being included in your top 4 to being a bottom dweller again.  I think we have the talent to be at the top.  But, like the football team, until they prove it on the court, there's always that chance they aren't going to play as a team good enough to get out of the cellar.  

 

I predict we will be at least in the top half of the conference.

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30 minutes ago, teachercd said:

I think MD and Indiana could be dark horses.  

You can say that almost every year about them. 

 

Trayce Jackson-Davis is really good. Almost averaged a Double/Double last year. Not sure if Indiana has a ton of talent outside of him. I mean they do but nothing that makes me think if you shut down Jackson-Davis, someone like Armaan Franklin will be able to take over(He did have a few nice games last year).

 

Maryland lost Aaron Wiggins to the NBA. They had a surprisingly low recruiting class(44 nationally/ 9th in B1G). They did get Fatts Russell from Rhode Island and some size in Wahab and Dziuba. 

 

Still not sure if they stay more where they were at vs taking a step up.

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I'm not surprised with this and it's a good thought process.  Just because you can make a double twisting windmill dunk over a 7 footer in the lane, doesn't mean it's the smart play.  Usually, the smart play is the easy play where you have good ball movement, good player movement and it results in an easy pass for a layup.

 

This team has all the athleticism it needs to compete.  But, they need to play smart.

 

 

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