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72 - 66 OKLA
Kind of puts things in perspective. We had struggling year, and even we didn't have 3 losses in a row.
Don't think I'd rush the court for beating a team on a three game losing streak...
I thought the very same thing and that definately wasnt a court rushing moment.
didn't see that,
if ur 14-7 and need a signature win and ur on the bubble and beat the number 5 team in the country y not storm the court...thats a huge win...who cares if they lost the previous 2 games kansas was 19-3 first in there conference and number 5 in the country...teams have rushed the court on kentucky when we ranked like 15th lol...i dont see anything wrong with it
I just feel court storming should be saved for special moments.
Also costs the school money when fans storm and often puts some in danger.
yeah, i agree.
Special moments, which is usually like winning a championship. :-D
Another rule: if you're Kentucky, don't storm. UK fans expect victory.
I'd love to see a team storm after beating St. Mary's Sister's or something.
Which is exactly why it irritates most UK fans.
I agree completely that it should be reserved for special moments, but what we consider special often times would be considered unimaginable for a lot of programs.
exactly...that was a special moment for oklahoma basketball...mayb wouldnt be so special to us but to them it was a huge win
I think if Andrew Wiggins commits to UK then they should open Rupp up and we all can rush the court b/c that would definately be a special moment.
i actually agree with this!!! LOL
So what do you think guys, three in a row and they will still be ranked what? I say 15th. We lose 3 early and out of top 25.
They dropped to 14th and 15th in the two polls. Pretty funny.
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