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1 hour ago, HuskerFever said:

Not sure where to put this, but we've seen this before... You're not allowed to make eye contact with the opponent!

 

 

If I were Capel, I would have been joining Boykins in the locker room.  That ref is a Jackwagon  😆

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On 2/10/2018 at 1:11 PM, HuskerFever said:

Not sure where to put this, but we've seen this before... You're not allowed to make eye contact with the opponent!

 

 

https://twitter.com/zharkins/status/961814362401882112

Someone replied to that tweet with a video of Boykins's first technical, and that call was even worse than his second!!   Disgraceful

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Really fascinating column on FiveThirtyEight today on the Johnnies' current run of hot play (including a fair bit of talk about the Huskers interestingly)

 

St. John’s Is On The Most Unlikely Hot Streak In College Basketball History

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"The victories over Duke and Villanova alone were historic. According to Elo, St. John’s was the lowest-rated team ever to knock off two teams with ratings over 1900 in back-to-back games, toppling a record that had previously been held by the 1957-58 Nebraska Cornhuskers (when the Huskers beat No. 4 Kansas and then No. 1 Kansas State). But unlike that Nebraska team, which lost the following game, the Red Storm tacked on another impressive win to bring their streak up to three in a row."

 

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Watching Ohio state Michigan anyone hear the story of the Michigan senior.  Survived two plans crashes, lost mom and two siblings in the first and Dad and step mom in the second.

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https://sports.yahoo.com/exclusive-federal-documents-detail-sweeping-potential-ncaa-violations-involving-high-profile-players-schools-103338484.html

 

More issues for Izzo & MSU

 

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The documents tie some of the biggest names and programs in the sport to activity that appears to violate the NCAA’s amateurism rules. This could end up casting a pall over the NCAA tournament because of eligibility issues. There’s potential impermissible benefits and preferential treatment for players and families of players at Duke, North Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Michigan State, USC, Alabama and a host of other schools. The documents link some of the sport’s biggest current stars – Michigan State’s Miles Bridges, Alabama’s Collin Sexton and Duke’s Wendell Carter – to specific potential extra benefits for either the athletes or their family members. The amounts tied to players in the case range from basic meals to tens of thousands of dollars.

 

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