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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

2/13/07 - News & Notes

  • The Michigan in-state rivalry should intensify when the two teams meet at Michigan State tonight with both teams desperately needing a win to boost their NCAA Tournament resumes. The Spartans have lost 4 straight Big Ten contests, but begin a long 4-game home stand tonight.
  • Indiana and Purdue play the rematch in their rivalry tomorrow night. History shows that the Hoosiers can expect a much closer game this time around after they won the first meeting 85-58 in January. The team that has won their first game in the series by 10+ points is only 6-7 in the second meeting.
  • Minnesota Center Spencer Tollackson broke two bones in his hand last time the Gopher's faced Wisconsin and missed the next seven games. Minnesota is a much different team with him back in the lineup and could cause some problems for the Badgers tomorrow night in the Barn.
  • X-rays on Iowa's Tyler Smith's right pinky were negative and the Freshman is expected to play tomorrow night when the Hawkeyes host Northwestern.
  • Penn State has lost 9 straight games and it is not going to get any easier in the near future. The Nittany Lions host Ohio State tomorrow night, travel to Wisconsin on Saturday, and then take a trip to Columbus to battle the Buckeyes again next week. OUCH!

Comments on "2/13/07 - News & Notes"

 

Anonymous Bo said ... (February 13, 2007 at 11:22 AM) : 

Who you got taking the regular season crown? I think the Badgers are going to take OSU down again on the 24th and finish in 1st.

 

Blogger Brad said ... (February 13, 2007 at 3:25 PM) : 

Looking at both teams remaining games, I'd have to pick Ohio State. They get the Badgers at home and Wisconsin has a much tougher remaining schedule. Wisky still has to travel to Michigan St and Ohio State.

 

Anonymous Mike said ... (February 13, 2007 at 3:30 PM) : 

Is anybody worried about MSU right now? That haven't looked good at all. Does that still count as a tough game, especially for a team as good as Wisco?

I think Wisco is better, but OSU is at home. They will call the game after it is still tied in the 10th overtime and just let the Big 10 tournament sort it out. Mark my word.

 

Blogger Brad said ... (February 13, 2007 at 4:02 PM) : 

I'd be careful writing MSU off for good. Their offense has struggled massively on the road, but still their only home loss this year is to Ohio State. I also think that at this point Wisconsin is probably the better team, but with their matchup being in Columbus I'd pick the Buckeyes to be the 1-seed in the Big 10 Tourney.

 

Anonymous Izzo said ... (February 13, 2007 at 10:03 PM) : 

Michigan State looked pretty good tonight in High Definition. They put the clamps on Michigan - held them to 44pts.

You'd have to say that Michigan is officially done... and so is Amaker.

 

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