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Just because a guy used to coach at a rival school, doesn't mean you need to have your head up your ass about it
You guys are doing revisionist history about that Skiles team. He was not some galactic superhero who could bleed green his way to a national championship. That team was a one man show.
I'll never forget the 05 team for the regional weekend alone. Duke and then Kentucky to go to the FF? It doesn't ever get much better than that.
For the Izzo era I have to say 09. Think about this....if we win the NC game against UNC I think it would've only been the 2nd time in the history of the tourney of a team beating 3 #1 seeds. I'm pretty sure Zona did it in 96 or whatever year it was they won.
1. He's not a good coach
2. He was accountable for the biggest scandal in NCAA basketball
3. He never won anything despite having a boatload of paid talent
4. Kindly remove Opies' little shriveled balls from your chin. Get him a drink of water too, since he always looks parched.
Yep. In my biased opinion, if we beat that UNC team of pros, it would have been the greatest moment in the history of sports. The Miracle on Ice wouldn't have shit on MSU winning the national championship in Detroit and beating 3 #1 seeds.
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