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Central Region / Re: WBB: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
« Last post by iwu70 on Today at 08:27:14 pm »
Thanks for the update on the Titans injury lists.  Yes, I assumed that Shanks might be out for the season.  Hope Hughes is able to recover, get back, not needing any surgery on the knee.  We'll see in the coming 1-2 weekends.

I hope the Titans get to host one or two weekends at The Shirk, too.

Good luck to the Titans and to Wheaton in the tournament.  Make some noise for the CCIW.

'70
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Pick-ems, fantasy leagues, etc. / Re: MARCH MAYHEM: Tournament Draft League
« Last post by ronk on Today at 08:18:14 pm »
Selection Monday is tomorrow around 10:30? I'd like to have a full list of posters by 9:00 am Eastern time so I can set the draft order...

12:30 EST - I'm in
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Delmore was great, killed us on threes. Baushelt and crew, picked to ref championship game by evaluations throughout the season, are not letting any player scam the system.
 Good luck to Point. Game was ugly with 19 t.o. by RF, 16 by SP and low shooting percentages by both. Defense was tough both sides. RF had a very good season, but do not think they can get in with 9 losses, including one to Stout.
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Central Region / Re: MBB: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
« Last post by BBJones on Today at 08:13:14 pm »
NCC was unimpressive in the last 5 minutes last night.  I've watched them 4-5 times this year and feel they are rated a little higher than deserved.
Might still be in.

Have you watched them for 5 minutes at a time? Iím pretty sure you can watch any team in the basketball world for only 5 Montes and See some very good and/or very bad basketball.  I think a full resume rating requires a closer look.

Yes, as I stated, 4 or 5 times.  Just saw the last 5 last night.  Sorry if I was unclear.  Good luck in the tourney to your team.
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Northeast Region / Re: MBB: NESCAC
« Last post by Colby Hoops on Today at 08:12:51 pm »
Mike Greenman is nails. That kid plays his biggest games when it matters. Last year he was only okay during the regular season and then excellent in the postseason run. This year, he struggled to meet expectations early in the year, was injured and presumed out for the year. Now, he's back hitting huge shots and playing a critical role in the biggest game of the season. Impressive.
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: 2018 NCAA Tournament
« Last post by augie77 on Today at 08:04:20 pm »
Assuming they're assigned to a close by regional, they might be able to travel after sunset on Saturday for a late semi-final tilt. 9:00 pm, perhaps?.  Championship would need to be scheduled for Sunday. 
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Central Region / Re: MBB: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Last post by BBJones on Today at 08:03:28 pm »
Watched the Oshkosh at Point game Friday and walked away thinking MJ Delmore was a flopper.  Another slide in play just before half today vs. River Falls confirms that.  Has a unique way of dragging a leg to take/get undeserved fouls both as a defender and as an offender.  Effective but causes mild irritation, unless you are a Dawg fan.  Reminds me of the Showalter kid who played for Wisconsin in this regard.   

Delmore carried Point on Friday--and will have to do so today to beat this pesky River Falls team.  23-21 RF at half.

If he is able to sell the foul how is that undeserved??

At any rate, Point WIAC champ 59-44 over RF

Hr sells and sells and sells it....kinda like Crazy TV Lenny.  WIAC ref Peter fell for it Friday night, multiple times.  My point is MJ gets too many of these calls. Wow, he had a great tourney regardless.

Good luck to Point in the tourney.
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: 2018 NCAA Tournament
« Last post by augie77 on Today at 08:01:27 pm »
Yeshiva is Pool A.  They're in!
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: 2018 NCAA Tournament
« Last post by Mr. Ypsi on Today at 07:59:18 pm »
I'll be interested to see how the NCAA schedules Yeshiva's inaugural appearance in The Big Horah. The Maccabees cannot play or travel between Friday sundown and Saturday sundown.

Interesting question.  They do accommodate the schools that will not play on Sundays.  (And, fortunately, during basketball season sundown comes pretty early! ;))  Since I'm 69, I somehow doubt I'll live long enough to see the actual real-life resolution of your question. ;)

On the other hand, Yeshiva has been pretty darn close to copping a bid the last few years, so we may get an answer sooner than I had expected.
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: 2018 NCAA Tournament
« Last post by Caz Bombers on Today at 07:48:54 pm »
I'll be interested to see how the NCAA schedules Yeshiva's inaugural appearance in The Big Horah. The Maccabees cannot play or travel between Friday sundown and Saturday sundown.
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