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just thought it was strange that you would resort to name calling, which is language used to agitate others, the very same thing you're accusing others of.
name calling is against board rules so tread lightly or i will have no choice but to report you. we must strive to maintain the quality of this board.
My words were meant to agitate you and your multiple personalities. TZ irritates the entire board. I'm sure if all posters were polled, majority would say your an idiot and TZ does nothing but attempt to bring negativity.
Report away. Please copy and paste this and send to Nut.
multiple personalities? huh?
tz doesn't irritate me, because i respect people with opinions different from mine
Smith Jr. and Thompson never show up versus elite competition especially Smith Jr. It is time to put in Ross over Thompson or Smith Jr.. Thompson can dunk but that is about it. Oladipo blew Thompson off the ball so many times it was pathetic. Indiana shot the ball well and beat an OSU team who didn't have anything defensively today. Indiana has more offensive weapons than OSU right now. Indiana is a flat out better shooting team than the Buckeyes right now. IU had three extra helpers on the court in the refs. OSU would have lost with a fair game today but when Craft, Ravenal (fouled out) and Williams had 4 fouls with ten minutes of game play and Zeller had two fouls the whole game.
Duke 11 points
Michigan 4 and 10 points
Kansas 6 points
Illinois (when UI was #11 in the polls) 8 points
Indiana 6 points
Michigan State 6 points
This is over thirty minutes of play for every single game.
He doesn't produce versus the elites.
Duke 4 points
Michigan 7 and 9 points
Indiana 4 points
MSU 8 points
Wisconsin 0 points
Illinois 1 point
Kansas 9 points
Thompson played around 20 to 25 minutes in those games.
I disagree. We are hands down better than Wisconsin and I honestly believe we are better than Scum. Hardaway had to have the game of his life just to barely beat us in OT at their place.
IU beats tOSU 6.5 times outa 10
Refs were calling it close which obviously is not in our favor
-- I'm not saying by any means they threw it for us, unlike the Scum game.
-- Another note I just want to get off my chest it's irritating when Zeller chest bumps but because "He has his hands straight up" no call. But that only happened maybe twice or something but it got on my nerves lol.
IU played Good
tOSU played below average
23% from 3....
I just don't think we match up well with IU pretty much because of Zeller. Any big that has some skill has always given us problems. IU Kansas Mich St Duke.
I hate to say it, but as much as I like Thompson I'm starting to agree with the negative nancy's that Ross should start. He has really improved his game and IMO played better than Thompson yet again tonight. Lenzelle is just a hit or miss guy really. I think he should split a little more with Scott. I love seeing Scott bolting in a fast break with the ball in his hands.
I also agree with the negative comment someone made about Amir not having the greatest basketball IQ. Don't get me wrong I'm not saying it like a douche like that other guy did but it's tuff for a guy who seems like he doesn't have as much experience with basketball vs a Zeller who i don't think I have to justify how he has IQ. But to say he has 0 IQ??? Fuck you, you try to guard Cody Zeller.
I'll end on that comment.
Another classy bucknuts user with the f word
iowa is starting to rub off on the others
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