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We still won't know which team is better. Both of these Games have had too much crazy officiating and bizarre circumstances.
Gonna have to wait and see in the postseason.
Draymond Green, Magic Johnson, and Oscar Robertson are the only players to have two triple-doubles in the NCAA Tournament.
Who are you trying to convince that we still don't know which team is better?
IU is the better team. Take off the green tint glasses.
Crazy officiating? MSU shot 8 more FTs than IU, come on. There were bad calls, but they didn't determine the outcome of this game.
yeah, they're better.
If MSU goes on to beat IU in the postseason, will you still feel that way?
They may have determined the outcome of the game by the simple amount of total time stoppages. It COMPLETELY killed the momentum in the Izzone, in the crowd and on the court.
teams get better/worse over the course of the season
And that's my point exactly.
They were better than us both games. I don't see the point of this thread.
The better team does not always win, but it did tonight. I hope we get another shot (or two) at IU...maybe in the NCAA title game.
Is MSU better than UM?
Slightly, no problem. They have beat us twice.
Did we cover that they can shoot the ball? And play defense?
I think so, but it's to be determined.
IU is better. You can't hype up our home court, then downplay a team that comes in and beats us on it.
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