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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by GatorGrowl, Mar 30, 2014.
Also after watching the UM/UK game, I appreciate how well Patric handles the paint against them.
I read on UK board that it was a stress fracture so I figured he was out....
Stress fracture. If he comes back in one week from that he's Superman.
How big would Demontre Harris be right now? Can you imagine adding a seasoned 6-10 235 pounder? Big time shot blocker. Would add tremendous depth. What a shame.
Cal is lying. WCS will play next week. Watch.
Here's what happened previously...all of which are positives for UF.
Wisky - On the road. No Scottie, no Dodo. Kurtz played 21 minutes, Eli Carter played 10 minutes. Kasey Hill's 3rd game. Lost by 6.
UConn - On the road. No Kasey Hill, no Chris Walker. Basically rotated 6 players. Lost by 1 via last second shot with Scottie hurt.
UK - Beat three times. Won by 10 on the road, won by 19 at home, won by 1 on neutral court.
Advantage to the senior laden team that has been through more than any of these teams.
He may play but he looked pretty hurt. (just read the stress fracture posts, so yeah, that would be hard to come back from)
If the refs don 't give UK an assist.
he is going to play a week from now with a stress fracture? How is that? Even if he does he will not be close to the monster that nearly had them beat us the last time they played
Keep in mind I have not seen stress fracture in anything official but before the game Friday the fans were posting it on Cat Pause. It has scrolled off the board now. When I posted it I figured it was known thing and not a rumor.
Maybe the UK guys here will have a definitive word.
^^ when i first posted i didn't know about the stress fracture, i was going off the way the injury happened.
Count me as one who has visions of 1985 Nova and 1988 Kansas dancing in my head. Both teams were swept by their national title game opponent from the same conference in the regular season, and both teams upset that same opponent in the finale to win the title. It really is one of the quirks in the system that rarely occurs.
We are without question a better team than Kentucky, all Calipari's "twerks" aside. We defend better, we run the floor better, we pass better, we shoot better, we make better adjustments--about the only things we don't do as well are draw fouls and get offensive rebounds, which it my mind are in fact the only things Kentucky does exceptionally well for all their ballyhooed talent. But in a single game situation when you have seen everything the other team does three times already and you are also at the mercy of the officiating crew, it really does become a toss-up.
I like our odds against both UConn and Wisconsin, though.
Kentucky four times in one season scares me.
I don't know about that ... Lee looked pretty darn good.
Everything being equal, I'd rather be the 3-0 team instead of the 0-3 team in the rematch.
agreed. the 0-3 team is in danger of "here we go again" creeping in
Exactly, UM made Lee look like an all-American. Do they even coach how to block out at Michigan on a defensive rebound?
Wait... what? We beat his stinking a$$ three times...
You know, we have a chance that maybe we'll end up beating every team we played this year.