Kansas beating Mich. St...is NOTHING!

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  1. gracetoyou

    gracetoyou Senior
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    I get so sick & tired of folks looking at a team & because of their Coach & history wrongly assessing them. That Michigan St. team sucked! Plain & simple. Bridges was the alone bright spot on that team. I'm still not sure they did enough to deserve a bid.

    With that said, on "Around the Horn" talking about how impressive it was that Kansas beat a Tom Izzo team that bad. What??? What's impressive?

    Kansas will be the new Duke. Get ready for the Kansas "HYPE".
     
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    Yep told my friend the same thing. They were playing a 9 seed.

    That was possibly the worst Michigan St team in the last 20 yrs.

    Seriously.

    Not impressed ...

    At all.
     
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    Didn't even realize they made it into NCAA. how many losses did they have?
     
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    bookerfan66 Sophomore
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    Izzo did a good job to get the amount of wins he had.Injuries killed them this year.Bridges is awesome but he's all they have.
     
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    He's did, but they had a lot of talent. Cal would certainly be scrutinized with the same talent & same results.

    The big issue is IZZO himself said he's not used to so much young talent playing. Said he had a new appreciation for what Cal does.
     

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