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Dear Wiscy Lurkers...An Apology.

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  • Chitown_Badger said... (original post)

    We don't always lose in the second round or sweet sixteen, but when we do, we prefer to lose to a mid major.

    this post is humorous.

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  • Raytooth Morgan said... (original post)

    When you get bitch slapped all over the court by an Ivy it automatically counts as a 1st round loss.

    lollollol

    This thread is killing me. What brought this beatdown on?????
    H to the Izzo, that initial post is an RCMB classic. It should be pinned to top of the board indefinitely.

    This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by mdm2005 3 years ago

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  • MSU basketball and Vadger basketball have a lot in common (well, not really, but keep reading anyway).

    One of the greatest years in the history of both programs was 2000. Both teams made the Final Four...in fact, the number 4 is key here, because when MSU beat the Vadger team en route to the championship, it just happened to be the 4th time MSU had beat the Vadgers that season.

    Ah, the best year in 50 years for the Vadgers, and MSU beat them 4 times. Ouch. No wonder they print T-shirts if they win the jump ball against us.

  • JazzyGR said... (original post)

    MSU basketball and Vadger basketball have a lot in common (well, not really, but keep reading anyway).

    One of the greatest years in the history of both programs was 2000. Both teams made the Final Four...in fact, the number 4 is key here, because when MSU beat the Vadger team en route to the championship, it just happened to be the 4th time MSU had beat the Vadgers that season.

    Ah, the best year in 50 years for the Vadgers, and MSU beat them 4 times. Ouch. No wonder they print T-shirts if they win the jump ball against us.

    Making the final four and getting upset or not enjoying it because one team beat you multiple times on the way there is about as stupid as getting upset that you lost to a team en route to the Rose Bowl. But if you think that Badger fans are sitting around pining about those two great seasons, you'd be wrong, but more power to you.

    This post was edited by Chitown_Badger 3 years ago

  • Phil McCrackin

    Chitown_Badger said... (original post)

    We don't always lose in the second round or sweet sixteen, but when we do, we prefer to lose to a mid major.

    +1
    Hilarious

  • JazzyGR said... (original post)

    MSU basketball and Vadger basketball have a lot in common (well, not really, but keep reading anyway).

    One of the greatest years in the history of both programs was 2000. Both teams made the Final Four...in fact, the number 4 is key here, because when MSU beat the Vadger team en route to the championship, it just happened to be the 4th time MSU had beat the Vadgers that season.

    Ah, the best year in 50 years for the Vadgers, and MSU beat them 4 times. Ouch. No wonder they print T-shirts if they win the jump ball against us.

    I miss Indy in 2000. so much. I was in a small sea of yippee vadgers.

    They were annoying. So was I.

    "I'm tired of this $#%^ team...we beat you more than OJ beat Nicole!"

    They didnt care for that. Pure joy..

    suck on it.

  • I am sure Wisconsin fans also have a great deal of pride in the fact that their head football coach has a tatoo of another B1G team and a big rival.

  • What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice
    - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back
    - Called timeout to set up a play
    - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes
    - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

  • Watch Out Pylon

    TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back - Called timeout to set up a play - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

    Has your toe healed yet?

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    mriderblue12 said... Your a retard.

  • TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back - Called timeout to set up a play - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

    Wow, you dont get laid much do you?

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  • TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back - Called timeout to set up a play - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

    That's impressive. Do you record and watch every MSU games for purposes of logging incidents of Izzo's late game hypocracy so that you can later blindside Spartan fans with the ugly truth, or did you just dig all this up in the UW library?

  • 5 minutes after ferentz retires, beleima will be named the new HC at iowa, and all the vadgers know this.

    hoke- to alter or manipulate so as to give a deceptively or superficially improved quality or value.

  • HtotheIzzo20422 said... (original post)

    I heard they made a movie about bo ryans career, you probably never heard of it because it was a flop.

    He must be good at hold em.

  • Chitown_Badger said... (original post)

    We don't always lose in the second round or sweet sixteen, but when we do, we prefer to lose to a mid major.

    "Stay jealous, my friends."

  • Bender

    Outstanding.... verging on a classic thread....

    We don't need no freakin badgers....

    It's interesting that most MSU fans dislike the vager team, while most wusconsin fans just hate our coach... strange... but again, they are cheese heads...

    This post was edited by Bender 3 years ago

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  • Ted Brogan

    What the fuck is this thread? Apologizing to Wisconsin? FUCK THEM. They're a rival. They flop the shit out of every game and have an extremely disturbing free throw / foul disparity when playing @ Kohl.

    I hope O$U pounds the shit out of them.

  • TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back - Called timeout to set up a play - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

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  • TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice
    - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back
    - Called timeout to set up a play
    - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes
    - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

    Go Bucks. Please. Solely for the purpose of ruining the asshole quoted above's day.

    Anyone. Anyplace. Anytime.

  • TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back - Called timeout to set up a play - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

    roflmao Greatest. Post. Ever.

    Izzo made that comment over EIGHT FUCKING YEARS AGO! Since then he has said that he was just caught up in the heat of the moment and that it really wasn't a big deal in retrospect and he overreacted. However, you badger fans can't let it go...after EIGHT YEARS! So much so that you have, in writing, a list of times MSU has scored a late bucket in a bunch of meaningless games. I would never even waste my time WATCHING the badgers play Alcorn State let alone keep a running journal of whether or not they scored a late bucket. lol

    This is truly priceless. Izzo is so far up the badgers collective assholes that one little comment made 8 years ago has them seething to this day and to the point of making this time consuming and truly idiotic list.

    This post was edited by Ol Drippy21167 3 years ago

  • TAW said... (original post)

    What I find most interesting about the MSU program is that your coach just loses it completely when referring to Wisconsin. Take his famous "I'll remember that" quote - I wonder if he also remembers the following games when he thinks of that one.

    November 28, 2010 - Tennessee Tech = MSU's Anthony Ianni attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 19-point lead

    November 12, 2010 - Eastern Michigan = MSU's Keith Appling attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 28-point lead, Adreian Payne rebounds the miss and dunks it home

    January 2, 2010 - Northwestern = MSU's Jon Crandell attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    December 30, 2009 - Texas-Arlington = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 21-point lead

    November 28, 2009 - UMass = MSU's Mike Kebler attempts a jump shot with the shot clock turned off and a 40-point lead

    November 20, 2009 - Toledo = MSU's Delvon Roe throws down an alley-oop with the shot clock turned off and an 11-point lead

    November 13, 2009 - Florida Gulf Coast = MSU's Austin Thornton attempts a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 39-point lead

    December 13, 2008 - Alcorn State = MSU's Isaiah Dahlman makes a 3-pointer with the shot clock turned off and a 55-point lead

    February 23, 2008 - Iowa = MSU's Durrell Summers attempts a lay-up with the shot clock turned off and a 14-point lead

    January 27, 2008 - Michigan = MSU's Durrell Summers dunks with the shot clock turned off and a 17-point lead

    And, of course, the latest: February 10, 2011 - PSU In order to get a triple-double for a player, in the final two minutes MSU

    - Fouled Penn State intentionally twice - Missed a FT on purpose to try to get the ball back - Called timeout to set up a play - Attempted 2 length-of the court baseball passes - The final point coming with 26 seconds left and up 12 points.

    I don't mind that you did it, I mind the hypocrisy of Izzo. But, what the hey, it was all in the flow of the game, eh?

    Will the billboard be up shortly?

    Here's another one you forgot to add to your list!

    At the 5:30 mark.

  • Watch Out Pylon said... (original post)

    Flip Flop pic

    Do those come free in a nice Shoe Box?

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    Get off my lawn.

  • What really bothers the Fighting Floppers is that even if MSU doesn't make the NCAA tournament and they do, they will still have the same number of NCAA tournament wins this year.

  • The list provided by the flopper fan is primarily made up of walk ons scoring late in games. Lol. None of them are star players shoving it in the face of their opponent. I just can't believe the guy took all that time to sift through some meaningless games. I can't even watch Wisconsin for more than a few minutes. They pass the ball arond for 30 seconds and then someone falls down.

  • Harry Callahan said... (original post)

    The list provided by the flopper fan is primarily made up of walk ons scoring late in games. Lol. None of them are star players shoving it in the face of their opponent. I just can't believe the guy took all that time to sift through some meaningless games. I can't even watch Wisconsin for more than a few minutes. They pass the ball arond for 30 seconds and then someone falls down.

    Really? What else does wisky bball have to talk about?

    FIRE NARDUZZI- tanfan