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Old 12-17-2013, 10:36 AM   #31
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Not much shaking this week, as finals are in full swing and some teams have entire weeks or more between games.

#16 Florida travels to #15 Memphis tonight in the Jimmy V Classic at MSG in NYC. Florida is coming off their win over then-#13 Kansas, while Memphis shot 39% and trailed by 7 at halftime, at home against Arkansas-Little Rock on Friday. Their seniors shot a combined 11-40 from the field but the Tigers won anyway.

#8 Duke hosts #26-or-so UCLA on Thursday, also part of the JVC.

Things pick up again on Saturday, with 15 games featuring top-25 teams. Notably, #20 Colorado will try to stay undefeated at home when they host #7 Okla St.
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Old 12-18-2013, 07:35 PM   #32
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WTF UNC? Y U NO FT?

No top tens tonight, but here's something interesting I didn't see coming. Didn't get to see this game, but #14 UNC couldn't beat Texas in Carolina, even though Marcus Paige scored 23. He also went 5-9 from 3-pt AND 8-8 on FTs. All that and still a team fifty-one percent from the free throw line? Daaaag. Not that Texas shot much better there, but wow. Is there anything more frustrating? OK, maybe a team hitting 20 3-pointers against yer team. That and Ed Hightower.

Texas had four guys in double figures--one less than on average. Late theatrics as Paige hit two free throws and a three pointer in the last 26 seconds to get the Heels within one, then Texas's Demarcus Holland missed TWO FTs, but got his own and scored to put the Horns up 3. Twas insurance, as Paige's tying 3-pt shot missed with 4 sec to go.

Take it from a Roy Williams fan: fiddy-one percent does not play basketball in April, son.

Speaking of April basketball, the jersey worn by Christian Laettner when he made *that* basket in 1992 (ya it was in March but it meant that Duke could (again) play in the Final Four, which was in April, see?) aaaanyway that jersey is up for auction. According to espn.com, reserve at online auction house lelands.com is a cool $100K.
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Old 12-21-2013, 09:22 AM   #33
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Two weeks ago, #5 Michigan State lost by 14 points at home to North Carolina. Three nights ago, Texas beat #14 North Carolina in Chapel Hill. So could be a good game today between the Spartans and the 10-1 Longhorns, who are still unranked. That will change if Texas wins today in Austin.

Another Tarheel killer, unranked Belmont (beat UNC in the Dean Dome in November) takes on the second of the schizophrenic schools, #19 Kentucky, at Rupp Arena.

The young #18 Kansas Jayhawks, with three Ls (all against currently-ranked teams) in their last 5 games, are under way at Allen Field House against unranked Georgetown. Game just reached the 12-min TV timeout with G'town on a 9-0 run to go up by 6. FFS, the Hoyas are already 3-3 on 3-pointers. FFS! Did I mention how frustrating that is?

Edit: Listening to the KU game on the radio in the workshop. Hoyas go cold from outside, hit some foul trouble, go just 7-13 on FTs, and KU outscores G'town 27-11 the rest of the way to take a 44-34 halftime lead.

But down in the land of bluegrass, Belmont is up by one at half! Haven't seen any of that game. Now, after my lasagna lunch (oh lordy that SchnickelBabe can cook!), I have to get back to the carpentry.

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No surprises in the top twenty today.

#3 Ohio State had to come from 8 down in the last two minutes to beat Notre Dame in the Gotham tourney in NYC.

Texas is not on a roll--they lost big at home to #5 Mich. St. Close game until MSU went on a 12-2 run with about 8 min left, went up by 10 and didn't look back.

#6 Louisville beat FIU, whoever that...oh yeah, that's Enfield's old team...anyway, L'ville won by 29.

#8 Villanova over Rider 88-67.

Outside the ten:

#14 UNC almost lost at home, but got 11 points from Marcus Paige in overtime and survived a 33-point performance by Davidson soph guard Brian Sullivan. Dude hit 7 threes and missed the winner at the end of regulation.

#15 Memphis, #16 Florida, #18 Kansas, #19 Kentucky all win.

KU crushed Georgetown 86-64, had 4 guys in double figures, and got 33 points from the bench, led by senior forward Tarik Black, who shot 5-5 from the floor and 7-9 from the FT line. Meanwhile, G'town shot 40% from the floor and went 1-12 after a 3-3 start from the 3-pt arc. They also hit only 57% of their FTs.

Josh Smith struggled against the Jayhawks today. He was in foul trouble early (as were several Hoyas), scored just 5 points, had 2 turnovers in 19 minutes, and fouled out with over 5 minutes left. Not the usual game for Smith, who averages over 14 ppg and is shooting over 70% from the floor this season. I listened to the Hoyas radio team during the second half and enjoyed the broadcast.

Couple mild upsets in the last five as #21 Gonzaga, #22 UMass, #23 Missouri all lose, which means #24 San Diego State, who beat McNeese St. by 29, is looking at a place in the top 20 if current #20 Colorado loses at #7 Okla St. They're at the second timeout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas with OSU up 13-11. Also #13 Oregon is in a dogfight in Eugene, trailing BYU by 5 with six minutes left.

Snowing here in Kansas. 5-8" predicted tonight and tomorrow.

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Old 12-22-2013, 08:51 AM   #35
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Schnickelfritz's Week 8 Top Ten

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1 - Syracuse (11-0) #3 RPI, big test vs. 'Nova on Sat.
2 - Arizona (12-0) #99 in non-conference strength of sked. No kidding…you beat Duke? Wow. Be happy with #2 here.
3 - 'Sconsin! (12-0) #1 RPI, only AP top ten team with top-ten overall strength of sked (#9).
4 - Ohio St. (12-0) Have not played a top 25 RPI team
5 - Mich. St. (10-1) 2-1 vs. RPI top 25
6 - Villanova (11-0) 2-0 vs. RPI top 25, with a scoring margin of 18.5 points. Plays at #2 Syr on 12/28.
7 - Okla. St. (11-1) Avg. margin of victory = 22.9
8 - Oregon (11-0) 2-0 vs RPI top 25, 2nd-highest scoring team in US
9 - Louisville (11-1) Avg. margin of victory = 26
10 - Baylor (9-1) Beat then-#3 Kentucky, only loss was to Syracuse.

Expanding on the strength of sked, the only AP top 20 teams also having top 20 SOS: #4 'Sconsin! (9th in SOS), #12 Baylor (14th), #14 Carolina (15th), and #18 Kansas (1st).

All pending a few games in the mid-rankings today, with Wichita State, UConn, Iowa St. and Baylor in action. Duke would creep back into the top ten in the unlikely event that both UConn and Baylor lose.

And what about Wichita State? Frankly, with their weak schedule, in their weak conference, they could go undefeated and still might not make my top 10 (coaches/USA Today have them at #9 this week, though). Everybody's darling.
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Old 12-29-2013, 01:35 PM   #36
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UK has two games against top-25 teams before hosting Louisville on Dec. 28. Since they can't both lose, I'm gonna hold my nose and root for whichever team is ranked lower at game time. Pee-yew.
Which seems to work sometimes. #18 Kentucky upset #6 Louisville yesterday at Rupp.

A light week in NCAA hoops. My #1, Syracuse (#2 AP), beat #8 Villanova to remain undefeated at 12-0. The Orange won the second half by 12 points to coast home to a 16-point win.

Syracuse will face #9 Duke twice and #19 UNC once in the ACC conf. sked. Meanwhile, AP #1 Arizona (#2 in my rankings) will face #12 Oregon and #21 Colorado twice each in their Pac12 season. Syracuse is my #1 because they've played a harder schedule so far.

AP #4 'Sconsin!, #5 Mich St., and #9 Duke all won yesterday, and #10 Wichita State is up 9 early in the second half against 4-8 Davidson today. Senior forward Cleanthony Early has 16 pts for the undefeated Shockers.
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Old 12-30-2013, 10:41 AM   #37
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Schnickelfritz's Week 9 Top Ten

1 - Syracuse (12-0), now #1 in RPI, beat #8 Villanova two days ago.
2 - 'Sconsin! (13-0) #3 RPI. Other than hosting #22 Iowa (Jan 5) and going to Indiana (Jan 14), not much on their sked till they host #3 Ohio St. and #5 Mich. St. on Feb 1 and 9, respectively.
3 - Arizona (13-0) Whatever. Now at #91 RPI...no, wait, that's NORTHERN Arizona. The real Arizona is #112 in RPI. Am I reading too much into that, or not enough?
4 - Ohio St. (13-0) Still have not played a top 25 RPI team, but will have 5 games vs. current AP top-25s in their conf sked, starting next Tues with #MSU.
5 - Mich. St. (11-1) See above. 2-0 vs. RPI top 25, only because UNC (beat MSU on Dec 4) dropped out of that list.
6 - Okla. St. (11-1) Idle all week, host Robt. Morris tonight.
7 - Oregon (12-0) Now the highest-scoring team in US. Will be tested at #20 Colorado on Jan 5.
8 - Baylor (10-1) Beat then-#3 Kentucky, only loss was to Syracuse.
9 - Duke (10-2) Freshman all-everything Jabari Parker is averaging over 22 pts/gm.
10 - Villanova (11-1) 1-1 vs. RPI top 25 after losing to Cuse. Scoring margin of 22.6 points should hold up, as they have no further games against ranked opponents.

In the battle of schizophrenic ranked teams having 3 losses, #15 Kentucky (10-3, 3-1 vs AP top 25)) beat Louisville and jumped over idle #16 Kansas (8-3, 1-3 vs AP top 25). Meanwhile, #19 North Carolina, (9-3 and still 3-0 vs. AP ranked teams), travels to Syracuse on Jan 11.
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114-12; 44-0 to start the game.....who matched those teams up? That makes the Saban whiners lose all hope.
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114-12; 44-0 to start the game.....who matched those teams up? That makes the Saban whiners lose all hope.
Wow. Imma guess a buncha dead presidents got together and decided. I have no idea if the outcome is a surprise or not, but it's not a good look for a D1 team even if they win. To their credit, Southern doesn't shy away from big games--they've played (and lost to) Arizona, Baylor, Florida and Marquette. But dayum. Money talks, so there it is.

That said, Michigan State rolled New Orleans 101-48 on Saturday. Fun fact: ESPN's index lists 3-5 New Orleans as #1 in strength of schedule, just ahead of Kansas.

On Friday, San Diego St. romped in a 118-35 win over the mighty Firebirds of St. Katherine College, which is fielding a basketball team for the first season ever. It was the third game in a row in which SDSU held the other side to less than 40 points, which isn't as impressive as it sounds, since the first two were 1-8 Southern Utah and 2-10 McNeese St. 'Nother fun fact: McNeese is ranked #5 in the nation in strength of schedule.

Something tells me SDSU's next two games will not be so easy: they start Mountain West conference play at 9-4 Colo St. tomorrow, then travel to Allen Field House to play the #16 Kansas Jayhawks on Sunday. KU still has 7 games against currently-ranked teams--after the #21 Aztecs, the Jayhawks' Big12 conference sked features 2 games each vs. #6 Okla St., #9 Baylor, and #13 Iowa St.
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Enfield vs. Alford tomorrow, 2 bigs go down today

#6 and #7 lose on the road today.

#6 Oklahoma St. lost 74-71 to the Kansas State Wildcats at Bramalage Coliseum in Manhattan, KS. With the win, KSU has won 9 straight games and could make the jump into the AP rankings on Monday. OSU all-everything Marcus Smart scored 15, but went just 1-6 on 3-pt shots, including a potential tying shot at the buzzer. KSU travels up I-70 to visit Kansas next Saturday. OSU, now the 7th-highest scoring team in the nation, will travel to Lawrence one week later.

#7 Duke visited Notre Dame for the first-ever ACC conference game for the Irish. And now the Irish are undefeated in their ACC history. They beat the Blue Devils 79-77 as Duke's star freshman Jabari Parker shot just 2-10 and scored 7 points. Duke got 22 pts from guard Quinn Cook and 27 from forward Rodney Hood, who went 5-10 from the 3-point arc, but that was about it. Notre Dame went on a 20-4 run to go up 6 with under 4 min to go and Duke twice managed to get back within 1 and even got a steal with 1 sec left, but ran out of time.

Enfield vs. Alford: tomorrow, 9-4 USC travels to 11-2 UCLA. Trojans coach Andy Enfield will face the difficult task of keeping his mouth shut. Hard to know which will be tougher: closing his yap or winning the game against the Bruins at Pauley, where UCLA has already played (and won) 11 games--the real WTF is that they've only had 2 away games! BTW they've lost both.

#1 Arizona, #2 Syracuse, #3 OSU, and #5 Michigan State all won today. #4 "Sconsin! gets #22 Iowa in Madison, and #8 Wichita State hosts N. Iowa U.
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#10 Oregon lost to #20 Colorado yesterday. The Ducks scored 91 (just over their then best in the nation 90 ppg) but the Buffaloes scored 100. CU's Askia Booker, who hit a running, half-court, game-winning shot to beat Kansas in Boulder on Dec 7, scored 27 to hand Oregon its first L of the season.

#4 'Sconsin! beat #22 Iowa to remain undefeated as Iowa coach flips out. Badgers looking good, I'd say: they're still my #2. The Wichita State University Shockers are now #8 in the AP poll at 15-0 after they beat Northern Iowa by 14.

Two of the schizoid triplets lost in the second tier:

#16 Kansas lost at home to a very strong San Diego State team, and had to scramble to lose by only 4. Jayhawks shot UNDER 30% were outrebounded 51-39 by the Aztecs, who jumped to #13 in the AP today. Honestly, with their inside game and defense, they might be better than that. Meanwhile, the Jayhawks slipped another 2 spots to AP #18 at 9-4. KU is the only 4-loss team in the AP top 25.

#19 North Carolina lost at Wake Forest and slipped out of the rankings.

Oh, and the whole USC/UCLA thing turned out to be not much of a thing: UCLA by THIRTY-FOUR! The coaches in the USA Today poll liked that enough to rank the Bruins at #25. If Trojans coach Andy Enfield thinks they play slow at UCLA, then his team is a lump of molasses in a midwestern winter shitstorm, which should abate tomorrow hereabouts. The shitstorm, not USC's travails. Plenty of travails impending for them starting this weekend, because Arizona is coming to LA for a barnstorming tour: they play at UCLA on Thurs and at USC on Sunday. Ariz will win at least one of their games. Goin out on a limb here, I know.

Duke slips out of my top ten. Iowa State slips in at 8. Okla St. and Oregon drop to 9 and 10 with their losses.

Huge games in Big10 and Big12 tomorrow: Ohio St/Mich St and Baylor/Iowa St, all top ten teams.
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#8 Iowa State now looking the class of the Big 12 at 14-0. They opened up a can o' whoop-ass in the second half on #6 Baylor and won 87-72 tonight behind DeAndre Kane's 30 pts, 9 rebs, 5 steals. With Kansas playing like the Many Bloody Spurting Wounds of our Savior grade school girls' team and Okla St. center Michael Cobbins out for the season (achilles), the door may be opening for ISU and BU in the Big 12.

In tonight's other marquee matchup, #5 Mich St. was up 17 at home with 7 min to go, but #4 Ohio St. has come back huge to tie it! They're going to OT in East Lansing!

#1 Syracuse, Duke and K-State won tonight.

Rankings are mine.

Edit: Mich St. holds on for the OT win, 72-68.

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Nothing unusual last night in the top 20. Eleven ranked teams all beat non-ranked teams. AP #4 Wisconsin clobbered #23 Illinois by 25 to lead a parade of lopsided wins, except for #20 Colorado's 1-point OT win over Wash. St., and #13 San Diego St's 3-point win at home over Boise St.

But tonight in Westwood, the UCLA Bruins have just scored 13 in a row, capped by Jordan Adams's 3-pointer, to tie the #3 (#1 in AP) Arizona Wildcats with 2 minutes left. Arizona's Branden Ashley missed the front end of two consecutive 1-and-1s to open the door, but U of A settled down and started hitting their FTs to pry open a 4-point gap, holding on to win 79-75 and remain undefeated at 16-0.

In a mild upset, AP #24 Memphis traveled to Louisville tonight and went on an 18-6 run in the last 5 minutes to beat the 12th-ranked Cardinals 73-67.

#1 Syracuse hosts North Carolina on Saturday. Could be a good game if the good UNC team shows up.

#8 Iowa State travels to Oklahoma on Saturday, then hosts #18 Kansas on Monday.

Speaking of Kansas: with K-State now in the rankings, KU just got two more games vs. ranked teams. The two teams will play Saturday in Lawrence.

#4 Ohio State hosts #20 Iowa on Sunday.
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Schnickelfritz's Week 10.5 Top Ten, West Coast Follies

Oops, Orygun!

The Ducks lost by THIRTEEN at home to unranked Cal after my lights-out last night. The 96-83 setback was the second loss in a row for U of O. AP dropped them to #17 after their loss at Colorado--I thought that was a little harsh, but maybe not. I have them just outside the top ten after last night. The calm waters of their easy PacHoweverMany conference sked should allow them to steady the ship before meeting UCLA on Jan 30 and Arizona on Feb 9.

#22 Gonzaga suffered their third loss of the season, beaten 82-73 at unranked Portland.

Let's see here...what the hell, let's have a pole:

1 - Syracuse (15-0)
2 - 'Sconsin! (16-0)
3 - Arizona (16-0)
4 - Mich. St. (14-1)
5 - Ohio St. (15-1)
6 - Iowa St. (14-0)
7 - Villanova (14-1)
8 - San Diego St. (13-1)
9 - Baylor (12-2)
10 - Oklahoma St. (13-2)
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Helluva weekend of hoops.

#3 goes down today at home, and three AP top tens needed OT to win yesterday.

#3 Ohio State lost its second in a row, a ten-point loss today at home to #20 Iowa. Iowa led by as many as 13 in the last minute, turned 5 OSU fouls into 8 straight points, and finished the game on a 22-9 run to take their first win in Columbus in forever. What a conference!

Couple upsets in the second tier as #15 Colorado lost to Washington and #17 Oregon lost to Stanford. Bottom may be falling out for the Ducks, still the third-highest scoring team in the country at 89ppg--it was Oregon's third consecutive loss. Arizona finishes their LA tour with a predicted romp over USC tonight. Is it piling on Enfield to root for Zona? I don't think so. Edit: Final score = Zona by 20 to go 17-0 on the season.

In yesterday's action:

Big news was #9 Iowa State lost 87-72 to the Oklahoma Sooners in Norman. Ryan Spangler scored 16 and grabbed 15 rebs for OU. It was ISU's first loss of the year, suddenly leaving Kansas as the only Big 12 team still unbeaten in conference play. IT"S GOING TO BE CARNAGE in the Big12, but the same could be said of the Big10 and, now that Cuse is in the mix, of the ACC. Iowa State hosts Kansas on Monday night.

#5 Michigan St., playing without injured Adreian Payne, was down 10 at home against Minnesota with about 16 min to go, but went on a 15-0 run to go up 5 with 8 min left. UM made a 3-pointer and a layup in the last 20 seconds to tie it at 71, but the Spartans slammed the door in OT, scoring the first 9 points and going on to a 12-point win.

#6 Wichita State was down 18 at halftime to Missouri State U. in Springfield, MO. but was just as good in the second half as they were bad in the first. WSU's Fred VanVleet scored the last 5 points of the game to send it to OT, where the Shockers got 6 FTs and one jumper to win by 3, WSU was led by Cleanthony Early's 22 pts and 14 rebs. Still nobody on their schedule until March.

#10 Florida beat Arkansas in OT in Fayetteville, 84-82. Florida trailed by 7 with just over 4 min left, but came back with 7 unanswered points, including Michael Frazier II's 3-pointer with just under 2 min left to tie the game. After a Razorback score, the Gators' Scottie Wilbekin hit a jumper with 2 sec left to send the game to OT, then iced the game with two FTs with 6 sec left.

Among the other top tens yesterday, #2 Cuse beat Carolina by a dozen, #7 Baylor crushed TCU by 26, and #8 Nova beat St. John's 74-67 after trailing by 2 at the half.

Outside the ten, #16 Duke lost big at Clemson, joining Kansas among ranked teams with 4 losses. #11 Oklahoma State won 73-72 at West Virginia on a 3-pointer by Markel Brown with 12 sec left. Marcus Smart scored 22 and had 13 rebs for the Cowboys, now 14-2. #12 Louisville beat SM, #14 Kentucky beat Vandy, and #18 Kansas crushed #25 K-State by 26 at Allen Field House, a rude welcome for the Wildcats in their first week in the AP rankings.

Biggest games of the upcoming week: Kansas at Iowa State tomorrow, then Oklahoma St at Kansas, and Michigan State at #23 Illinois on Sat (edit: Illinois just lost to Northwestern, so they and K-State are in danger of dropping out of the AP ranking tomorrow). 'Sconsin at Indiana on Tuesday and 15-1 Pitt at Syracuse on Sat could be interesting. Most other ranked teams don't have ranked opponents this week. Kansas will face 5 teams ranked #11 or better in its next 7 games.
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