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Chuck Taylor last won the day on June 7 2018

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  1. I believe the injury factor only applies if the player returns. So the committee will excuse Duke's losses while Zion was out. But I don't think we get "bonus points" because we'd be better with Cope.
  2. Jeez, I first read that and thought Ernie Kent was tweeting about the job! @!*)$*#$)*! OK, now I get it.
  3. And yet we're still favored by 1.5. Time for a run!
  4. I just picked a random bubble team in TCU and ran the CBS comparison thing. Two wins in the BIG tourney would at least get us a hard look, three for sure. https://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/bracketology/team-comparison/NEB/TCU edit: sheesh, meant to put this in the bubble thread.
  5. Not excited about it, but I'd go to an NIT game.
  6. Not that anyone cares, but a win Sunday could secure an NIT bid. Currently a 7 seed here: https://www.dratings.com/predictor/bracketology/
  7. I’m sorry your Twitter account with your anonymous message board poster identity didn’t provide your psyche with the satisfaction you sought, so you had to come back here and read my obtuse post. Have a nice day.
  8. The Huskers' downfall began when Miles couldn't get a consultant to fix his team's psyche? I can't believe that this is even a thing. There are seven years of evidence one way or the other of Miles' ability. I'm absolutely fine if you think things are going to be better by keeping him, and I'll support him if he stays. But I really resent the idea that he's somehow a victim in this season's collapse.
  9. On the other hand, some people will go to any lengths to not blame Tim for the product on the floor.
  10. Not arguing with your choice, but he's paid to tell you what you want you hear. He's never critical, because he's paid not to be.
  11. You've hit on one of the less obvious problems of lack of depth: inability to limit playing time to correct mistakes. It's all taken a toll: too many minutes means physical fatigue, mental fatigue, foul trouble, declining morale, etc., etc. etc.
  12. The fact that cherry picking stats still only gets him to 15.9 ppg tells you about his reality vs. his potential. I just don't see the high upside when the current production of a college junior is where it is. He's shooting .317 on 3s and he should be shooting more? Maybe he's showing good shot selection, while some of his teammates aren't?
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