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Watching the Michigan game now and realized I haven't watched many big 10 teams start to finish this year besides Iowa. I watched the Indiana/UNC game all the way through, and IU is definitely worthy of their #1 ranking. Just a great team and will probably get better each week.
It's obviously a stacked conference this year and it's going to be a really tough road. So, who have you watched and what are your opinions of the other teams?
BTN showing 5 straight games today. Right watching OSU blow out Long Beach.
The only BIG teams I have not watched this year are Ill and Minn. Have watched Purdue and NW the most so far.
I've watched almost all of them but not start to finish.
Right now on BTN, it's Cully Payne and Loyola at MSU.
I've watched Indiana a few times. I watched Nebraska, MSU, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan as well. If anyone wants to check Illinois they have Gonzaga tonight.
Edit: also watched Purdue-Nova.
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"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
Anyone really watched IL? They are a curious bunch at 10-0, barely beating Gardner-Webb but blow Gonzaga out by 11 pts. They are making the BTN stronger as a conference but I think the early schedule seemed favorable to them. I am really curious on how they will fare when the BTN comes around.
Other note of interest is how bad Purdue seems this year. Wisconsin is struggling without good guard plays as well. Minnnesota is surprisingly stronger than I expected and MSU is weaker than expected as well.
My new prediction for the BTN leaders: IND, Mich, OSU, MN, , MSU, IA, ILL, NU, WI, NE, PUR, and PSU.
Anyone else's prediction before conference plays?
I have watched Indiana, MSU, Michigan, OSU, and Wisconsin. The other day former Hawkeye Cully Payne was playing against MSU, got to watch that marvelous jump stop again. What a joke, when he left saying that him being the great talent he is, he will attract more recruits to go to Loyola.
I watched the last 10 minutes of Illinois-Gonzaga last night. The Illini seem legit. Brandon Paul was playing really well.
I agree with you. That's a tough place to play late at night on a Saturday, and a great win for them (and, in turn, the conference).
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