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Jayla Everett looks to be quite athletic, although I can't find much video (other than her draining s series of 3-pointers), nor subscribe to the Albuquerque paper and thus can't read the article on h

Didn't see the game, but Rutgers is one of those teams that gets away with aggravated assault on a regular basis.  Has for years.   I'll never really understand why some teams are allowed to

Rutgers; & Maryland, too!   I think it's their version of 'street-ball.'  @Redhac makes some good points in his posts - it's No Secret how they Play or what they Do!   I don't know of any B1G law

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RPI Rk Big Ten Conf All RPI SOS Rk SOS
    Iowa 8-1   17-3  0.6762 11  0.6130
    Maryland 7-2   16-4  0.6631 10  0.6143
    13  Indiana 5-3   15-5  0.6520 4  0.6247
    15  Northwestern 7-2   17-3  0.6508 16  0.5934
    25  Ohio St. 4-4   11-8  0.6176 3  0.6293
    29  Purdue 5-4   14-7  0.6133 14  0.6005
    41  Rutgers 5-3   15-4  0.5975 85  0.5383
    48  Michigan 4-4   13-6  0.5889 48  0.5670
    50  Nebraska 5-4   15-5  0.5853 76  0.5429
    70  Minnesota 2-6   12-7  0.5659 54  0.5621
    95  Michigan St. 4-5   11-9  0.5512 61  0.5558
    119  Wisconsin 2-7   10-10  0.5302 62  0.5555
    148  Illinois 1-7   10-9  0.5129 89  0.5367
    187  Penn St. 1-8   7-13  0.4859 65  0.5500

 

 

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TOP 25  Realtime RPI (1-27-20)

 

1  South Carolina 19-1 0.692212 0.6066  Sec7-0 

2  Oregon 17-2 0.68590.6150  Pac127-1 

3  Louisville 20-1 0.678626 0.5818  Acc9-0 

4  Iowa 17-3 0.676211 0.6130  Big108-1 

5  Stanford 18-2 0.675117 0.5925  Pac128-1 

6  UCLA 18-1 0.671035 0.5734  Pac127-1 

7  Connecticut 18-1 0.666829 0.5784  Aac8-0 

8  Maryland 16-4 0.663110 0.6143  Big107-2 

9  Baylor 17-1 0.661940 0.5711  Big126-0 

10  Gonzaga 20-1 0.659859 0.5566  Wcc9-0 

11  Mississippi St. 18-3 0.654618 0.5889  Sec6-2 

12  Missouri St. 15-3 0.654034 0.5736  Mvc5-1 

13  Indiana 15-5 0.65200.6247  Big105-3 

14  Oregon St. 16-4 0.65160.6168  Pac124-4 

15  Northwestern 17-3 0.650816 0.5934  Big107-2 

16  Florida St. 17-3 0.649427 0.5796  Acc6-3 

17  DePaul 19-2 0.646255 0.5620  Bige9-0 

18  Texas A&M 17-3 0.645622 0.5856  Sec5-2 

19  N.C. State 19-1 0.645183 0.5387  Acc8-1 

20  Kentucky 15-3 0.638137 0.5730  Sec4-2 

21  Princeton 13-1 0.6336101 0.5267  Ivy1-0 

22  Cent. Michigan 14-4 0.633436 0.5732  Midam7-0 

23  TCU 14-4 0.627724 0.5849  Big125-2 

24  LSU 14-5 0.620538 0.5722  Sec4-3 

25  Ohio St. 11-8 0.61760.6293  Big104-4 


 

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Badger Courtney Fredrickson is headed to DePaul.

 

 Estella Moschkau a 6' 1" wing will be a grad transfer from Stanford. wouldn't surprise me if she ends up as a Badger. has her degree and i think it was between Badgers and Stanford in the beginning.

 

ex-Gopher Destiny Pitts has been pretty quiet. would have to believe coach tested the waters there. 

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MSU adds post player:

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State head women's basketball coach Suzy Merchant announced that Lauren Rewers has been added to the 2020-21 roster.

Rewers comes to Michigan State as a transfer from the University of Hawai'i and is a native of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

"Lauren is a versatile post player that will help us add depth to our center position. Her ability to block shots, score with her back to the basket, as well as face up and extend the defense will make an immediate impact on the court." Merchant said.

Rewers is a 6-4 center, who played three seasons for the Rainbow Wahine. Last season as a junior, she averaged 6.6 points and 3.9 rebounds per game. She led the University of Hawai'i in blocked shots last season which was ninth in the Big West Conference.

A graduate of Lake City High School, Rewers was a four-time first-team all-state selection and four-time first-team all-Inland Empire League. As a senior, she averaged 16.9 points, 9.7 rebounds, 5.9 blocks, 2.1 assists and 1.0 steal per game.

Rewers joins Kendall Bostic (Kokomo, Indiana) and Matilda Ekh (Västerås, Sweden), Alisia Smith (Lansing, Michigan) and Jayla James (Upper Marlboro, Maryland), as the newest members of MSU women's basketball team.
 
 

 

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sorry bugs, posted this in the wbb blog. for whatever reason, this didn't come up highlighted for me as a new post. anyway, this news is a little odd to me. kinda strange it comes this late.
No apologies I didn't think anybody had posted it so I went ahead and did it I guess we got a double post huh

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