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Could Cal be orchestrating the events with Wiggins and recruiting and now that UL has all the headlines, Cal wants Wiggins to announce this week in order to steal some the attention back to UK? IF it is possible for UK to get in the headlines by landing Wiggins this week, I say he does it.
Everything Cal does is planned.
Doubt it, but it may work out that way, if he announces in the next week of so.
Does seem like something Coach Cal would do, but I think this has been the plan long before anyone realized that Louisville was the best team in a weak field.
And if anyone tries to argue that point with you, be sure to remind them that the Final 4 was Louisville, a #9, and two #4 seeds. Only one #1, and two #2's even made it to the Final 8. Louisville was the best team this year, and they earned the championship, but it definitely was one of the weakest fields over the last few decades, maybe the weakest.
“People who live in the past are afraid to compete in the present. There's no future in it.” -- Sparky Anderson
I totally agree that it was a weak field, but without the Cats to keep me glued to all the events of the tournament, I felt like it was one of the best as far as match-ups and total entertainment value. I watched many games with really good story lines without any help from my bracket tournament that I was out of the first weekend, as i had Steve Alfords team in the final 4. Thanks Rex for that little bit of western US insight.
This post was edited by bonesTCPx1 12 months ago
Really? I thought the games were pretty poor this year outside of Dunk City.
Ohio State played in the only close games of the tournament. The officiating was terrible. It was just terrible all around basketball with very little suspense.
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