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  1. Here's the closest player-to-player comparison possible for 2009, trying to match players who match the same roles. Ade Dagunduro 6-5 200 Sr. Haanif Cheatham 6-5 195 Sr. Cookie Miller 5-7 165 So. Cam Mack 6-2 175 So. Ryan Anderson 6-4 205 Jr. Shamiel Stevenson 6-6 245 Jr. Sek Henry 6-3 200 Jr. Dachon Burke 6-4 180 Jr. Steve Harley 5-11 180 Sr. Jervay Green 6-3 210 Jr. Paul Velander 6-2 200 Sr. Matej Kavas 6-8 200 Sr. Toney McCray 6-6 205 Fr. Thorir Thorbjarnarson 6-6 205 Jr. Brandon Richardson 6-0 190 Fr. Samari Curtis 6-4 190 Fr. Chris Balham 6-8 235 Jr. Yvan Ouedraogo 6-9 260 Fr. Alonzo Edwards 6-7 225 Fr. Kevin Cross 6-8 240 Fr. Cole Salomon 6-5 220 Jr. Akol Arop 6-6 190 Fr. Nick Krenk 6-0 185 Sr. Charlie Easley 6-2 190 Fr. Ben Nelson 6-8 230 Sr. Bret Porter 6-6 215 Fr.
  2. Thor had as many assists in the last two games of the season as Nana had the whole year. The wrong guy was playing.
  3. Dachon looks quite a bit heftier in that picture...
  4. Ed is probably about 6’5.5”. If Ed was actually 6’7” then he’d be listed on a roster at 6’8”.
  5. Woodbury’s arms were long enough to reach people’s eyes...
  6. I'd wish both of them good luck, if I gave a crap. So, whatever.
  7. Maybe the longest first sentence that did not include a semi-colon; which, when one is deliberately trying to lengthen a sentence, can be considered cheating; even if it is technically grammatically correct?
  8. Once upon a time the youth of America were not a bunch of snowflakes...
  9. Digging through the archives, I found that an event that has crossed over to legend actually did happen...Yes, the band Tad really did play at Duffy's.
  10. If he isn't successful - given that we still have a newish arena and facilities, an apparent upswing in in-state talent, a full share of Big Ten money, and that he is the highest profile coach we've ever had and the only reason we had a shot at getting him was because of family connections - if he isn't successful, it would probably be time for everyone to make peace with the fact that we'll probably never be any good. I'm betting on success, though. Two hundred and seventy other schools have won an NCAA tournament game (or some number around that), so it really can't be that difficult, especially if you have a reasonable level of competence. I'm not disagreeing with anything stated above, but I am saying that this doesn't work, probably nothing will.
  11. So... who's going to be the better prospect, Brennon Clemmons Jr. or LeBron James Jr.?
  12. He's a year too late to hang out with Penny Marshall...
  13. Sometimes they get shorter after they've been on campus. In Danny Nee's first year, every single returner got shorter - Bill Jackman went from 6'9" to 6'8", Brian Carr went from 6'1" to 6'0", Bernard Day went from 6'5" to 6'4", Anthony Bailous went from 6'3" to 6'2", Keith Neubert went from 6'7" to 6'5", Joel Sealer went from 6'2" to 6'1", and Mike Martz went from 6'6" to 6'5". Magically, though, the guys Danny recruited from junior college all grew an inch over the previous year.
  14. If Brennon Clemmons Sr. could have consistently hit a 15 foot pull up off the bounce and been a little better 3 point shooter, he'd have been an All-American. He'd probably been an All-American for the University of Indiana if those things were the case, but he had a lot of talent regardless. A great rebounder for his size, maybe the best defender Collier recruited, handled the ball well, just a really solid player.
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