Hot pajamas! Noah takes the heat off Brewer: and Florida goes on to beat the wildcats -- led by Brewer.
posted by roberts to basketball at 09:55 AM - 5 comments
So what! In today's college ball there is so much parity now, we shall see if they can repeat as national champs. It's still way to early to get to excited about any team. PERIOD!
posted by robi8259 at 12:05 PM on February 11
The Wildcats shot 3 for 22 from three,and 11 for 21 from the stripe.If they had shot 70 percent from the free throw line and only 25 % from three,they would have won by double digits.Donavon was outcoached and Noah and Horford were virtually shut down. Good Luck Repeting,Billy.
posted by Tubby Fan at 12:27 PM on February 11
T ubby says"no answer for Brewers curl"?How about assigning someone to guard him Tubby?How about being a coach Tubby?You are outcoached in every game you lose!You're terrible Tubby!!!
posted by mdavidsf at 01:29 PM on February 11
You are outcoached in every game you lose!You're terrible Tubby!!! posted by mdavidsf That's a brilliant analysis. Besides being a 3 time national coach of the year, below are a few more of his failures listed by wikipedia: Since arriving in Lexington in 1997, Smith has led Kentucky to one National Championship in 1998, a perfect 16-0 regular season conference record in 2003, five SEC regular season championships (1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005) and five SEC Tournament titles (1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004), with six Sweet Sixteen finishes and three Elite Eight finishes (1999, 2003, 2005) in his nine seasons. He totaled 100 wins quicker than any other Wildcat coach except Hall of Famer Adolph Rupp, reaching the plateau in 130 games.
posted by louisville_slugger at 02:41 PM on February 11
You are outcoached in every game you lose!You're terrible Tubby!!! Priceless.
posted by hawkguy at 07:05 PM on February 11
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