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Wow, Wiscy fans would be pissed.
Home Depot has an elbow to the jaw coming up down the road. Crean should not be happy
i only care about spartans --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqsAJQc-NCY
Crean didn't look happy when they showed him right after the dunk.
One thing I like about playing hockey is that the next game, viktor would not see the second period
I liked it.
I'm sure if it happened against the Spartans you would think otherwise.
It didn't. It happened against the WE ONs. I liked it.
LOL this +1.
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The shot did not count. No one should be getting their panties in a bunch.
This post was edited by tVargMan Prime 14 months ago
Oladipo apologized at the presser, fwiw.
Just saw that they changed the score back to 81 for IU.
I think he was confused as to what had just occurred.
The score never counted in the first place. Vitale stated that the basket was waved off and the official score was 81-73. It was 81-73 on the scoreboard when Crean was being interviewed post game. ESPN had the score 83-73.
I'm wondering why the score didn't count, though...it was clearly made before the clock hit zero.
I haven't decided how I feel about it. On one hand, it was completely unnecessary. The game was over, and he could have just dropped the ball at that point and called it good. On the other hand, he was the star player for a team that just beat the No. 1 ranked team in the country in front of thousands of his own fans. If I had that athleticism in that situation, I would have hung on the rim, pulled myself up, stood on the rim and taken my shorts off.
Michigan will probably take it personally, and that's fine. I probably would too if it happened against MSU. Without a dog in the fight, though, I don't think it's really that big of a deal.
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