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Nebraska (22-10) vs. Mississippi State (22-11) Game Thread

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Just to be crystal clear:

  1. If we win, this is an important measure of how far the Nebraska program has come, how important this tournament is, and an indication of just how awesome next year is going to be.
  2. If we lose, it's a meaningless game played with funky rules and dominated by crooked officiating on someone else's home court.

Right?

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1 minute ago, jayschool said:

Just to be crystal clear:

  1. If we win, this is an important measure of how far the Nebraska program has come, how important this tournament is, and an indication of just how awesome next year is going to be.
  2. If we lose, it's a meaningless game played with funky rules and dominated by crooked officiating.

Right?

 

seems reasonable. 

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Just now, jayschool said:

Just to be crystal clear:

  1. If we win, this is an important measure of how far the Nebraska program has come, how important this tournament is, and an indication of just how awesome next year is going to be.
  2. If we lose, it's a meaningless game played with funky rules and dominated by crooked officiating.

Right?

I just hate the ho-hum we missed the tournament, screw the NIT- attitude. That’s like duke football being like “the foster farm bowl, pshhhh”.

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Just now, hskr4life said:

Man... I thought the team said they were going to come out and play pissed off....

 

they were probably talking about the consoles back at the training complex. 

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