Iowa State 83, WVU 74: Cyclones top the 80-point mark against WVU, Georges Niang doesn’t wait until the end to send the Mountaineers to their sixth straight loss.
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Fall behind big early, try to come back but not enough to get over the hump.
At this point, it seems like this season should just be put to rest quickly.
Don’t worry, it won’t be long now!
Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?
Does Murray realize if be plays an entire game with the energy and emotion he shows in bursts that Huggins may be able to turn him into a draft pick? Be interesting to see if he’s back and if that improves next year. If he does that may make next year slightly more bearable.
I have been on sport teams with guys like Murray (albeit much shorter) who have all the talent they need to be great but are too selfish to get out of their own way.
A player like this is a net negative because he gives the team a false sense of security based on potential when in reality he is mediocre at best come game time. He needs to go, imo. Pitt would be a good spot.
Pitt. Snicker. OK, that was funny.
So I was in a popular casual dining establishment, seated at a table near another couple. The male half of the couple was loudly (and quite soberly) broadcasting his ludicrous opinions on subjects I won’t bother to name. He later turned his attention to the subject of his home-schooled nephew, who is so bright that the lad can name the capital of every U.S. state, “including Alaska and Canada.” Why, the young man even knows his history, easily holding forth about the time “the Germans attacked Pearl Harbor on December 17, 1951.”
I guess what I’m getting at is that no, it wasn’t over after Pearl Harbor, but it’s all going to be over soon enough. All of it.
I have never been so happy to see a season end; and I’m a Pirates fan.
Good news, we did win a title in rifle.
Thank goodness for the Olympic sports.
And to think the University dropped that sport.
I guess everyone is good at something.
@Rugger. We get to play in the Big 12 Tournament? Thank you, Sir. May I have another?
I’ve been a loyal mountaineer for all of my 69 years and never have I felt ashamed to admit it until this year. The bad thing is I don’t see them getting any better unless the new recruits are much, much better than the current crop of junior league players. Hinds, in particular doesn’t have the talent to start on a division III team.
Of all the players, Hinds is the one you single out? Interesting.