Big East Conversation

Discussion in 'Around the League' started by gmoser1210, Sep 5, 2013.

  1. mizebl

    mizebl Active Member

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  2. seadawg

    seadawg Well-Known Member

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    That's why the Princeton game was important to BU. They had plenty of veteran players.
     
  3. xfan1989

    xfan1989 Active Member

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    We'll see what happens Thurs. I'm kinda expecting a loss but our guys shouldn't be too shocked by the environment.
     
  4. MilkSteak

    MilkSteak Well-Known Member

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    Not very optimistic about Marquette’s chances tonight. Bad matchup for MU. Purdue covers.
     
  5. butlernut

    butlernut Well-Known Member

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    Watched a few minutes of that game. After I got over the fact Macura has been playing for X since I graduated HS in the 1980's, I just watched. They look very impressive.
     
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  6. Title

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    Seton Hall, Providence, and Xavier to a lesser extent are really the only Big East schools equipped for Purdue.
     
  7. MSUDawg

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    Thanks for your deep insight.
     
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  8. theenforcer13

    theenforcer13 #barlowing

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    Butler dominated Purdue in 2016 with really only Wideman as our big. Purdue started Swanigan and Haas, and had Hammonds off the bench. Dunham/Martin were 2-21. Are you wrong about literally everything?
     
  9. Tentozen

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    Yeah, Villanova wouldn’t stand a chance.


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  10. the_speakers_lab

    the_speakers_lab Well-Known Member

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    O/U: 9,000 Northwestern fans in All State Arena for their game vs Creighton
     
  11. Daddysmack

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    Way under. Maybe paid at 7000 but actual attendance about 6000.

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  12. MSUDawg

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    The Creighton game starts at 9pm, why are there people there now?
     
  13. Hinkle

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    There's more than 2000?
     
  14. Hinkle

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    The Big East has been disappointing so far, with the beatdowns from Purdue and Minnesota. Tonight could be redemption time (or knock our conference rank down to fifth in a hurry).
     
  15. Daddysmack

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    That picture is not from the game that starts tonight at 9pm

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  16. Hinkle

    Hinkle Well-Known Member

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    I'm an idiot. Thanks.
     
  17. bmradio99

    bmradio99 Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    I know they just went on a run to go up 9, but Seton Hall was only up on IU by 1 at the break. I'm honestly surprised they're not trucking them.

    Am I the only one that thinks the Gavitt matchups are kinda weird this year?

    I'd have LOVED to see Seton Hall battle Purdue. Rankings are similar. Both old teams with good frontcourts. Are the home teams/road teams *always* determined before the matchups? e.g. if Hall played on the road last year, they're *guaranteed* to play at home this year?

    Anyway, hope the Big East comes through the next few games, though it may be tough sledding. I thought Providence had a good shot against Minnesota. Oh well.
     
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  18. bmradio99

    bmradio99 Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    Okay now it's the result I expected with Seton Hall and IU.
     
  19. bmradio99

    bmradio99 Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    Creighton won on the road at a hot-shooting Northwestern team. I'm a little more worried


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  20. Irishdawg

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    Why?
     

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