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  1. 5 points
    Nobody really knows who two years off will affect us. We did practice in the spring, but since I couldn't get out there, I'm not 100% sure what this team is going to look like. Everything starts with Juwon Pass. If he's a 6-4, 230-pound Flacco, we should be ok. Still might need one more playmaker on offense. You look at that last game against Elon in 2019 and we had Shane Leatherbury. He was the only real burner and the Phoenix knew that. Not having Caleb Smith in that game was also devastating, because he was coming on. Both Shanes are gone, but Jabari Allen is back. At 6-3, 215 with speed and hands, he has a chance to be special. But he has to stay healthy. He wasn't in 2019. The entire offensive line is back along with Darian Bryant. Who is Darrian Bryant? He's a 6-6, 330-pound Temple transfer, who missed the entire 2019 season due to an ACL. Because he was out, we had to move DeMarcus Gilmore to right tackle. Gilmore at 6-3, 360 is more of a guard. He did a serviceable job there, but having Gilmore and Bryant on the right side should be fun for us and not for our opponents. The entire offensive line is back with Bryant and guys like Brenand Cassells and Jon Desire. Kobe Young and Adrian Platt are the only experienced running backs. With Kobe's injury history and freshman Sabias Folley being talented but raw, I'd assume that they add another RB over the summer. Tight end is a bit iffy only because there are a few new guys including Marcus Joyner, a transfer from ODU. I don't expect another Chris Clark, but hopefully Joyner can provide some red-zone help. At receiver, we have some young guys that could really blossom if Pass or Jeff Miller are slinging it around. Charles Murphy should be a veritcal threat along with Smith. Ty'Shaun Granger has a lot of size and we have another big freshman coming in Isaiah Perkins (6-2, 200). But we also have veterans in Ryan Rutkowski, Darian Street, Allen, D'Ago Hunter ajd Daniel Thompson returning. Defensively, with Bryce Carter transferring, Ron Johnson not returning along with Quahon Alexander and Tibo Debaille coming off back issues, we desperately need to add help. Help is coming from what I hear in the form of at least two players. We still have Jesus Gibbs, Bryce Lauer, Marcus Bowman, Sam Gyeni and Vinny Shaffer returning, so we have some talent back, but need more depth and for guys to stay healthy. Kenjuan Manuel (6-1, 300+) arrives from St. John's as a three-star nose guard, but will have to beat out veterans in summer camp. At linebacker, the loss of Ricky DeBerry was softened by the addition of senior Darien Reynolds from Garnder-Webb. Thought that was a great pickup for a proven guy. I think Nygil Johnson finally gets his chance this season at OLB. Christian Dixon started in 2019 for DeBerry, so expect him to be better. We also added Michael Robinson Jr. from Ball State. He should have a role somewhere. Ryan Kearney should be involved as well. Obviously considering the tough circumstances with Chizz, that opens up another spot in terms of depth and on special teams. Watch out for Keyvone Bruton. He's a hard-hitting safety from Temple, who could also play in a Rover-type of a role. The secondary is usually the biggest question mark, but it should be a strength. Brandon Shuman is back. He missed the second half of the season in 2019 and you could tell we really struggled in the back end. We added Mark Collins Jr. (South Dakota), 6-3 D.J. Pratt (UVa) Charles Peoples (Juco/Ga St) and Makai Self (Penn State transfer). Shuman and Peoples could be the starters, but Collins, Self and freshman Shaeek Smith, the No. 2 corner in PA, who could also return kicks. At safety, Jamal Gay returns after an ACL injury that cost him 2019. He's back along with S.J. Brown, who had a pretty good 2019. We lose Coby Tippett, but also should get some help from Robert Topps, the Kansas transfer, who came off the bench in 2019. Bruton could also be moved back there if needed. I wonder if they move a big corner back there but they do have some young guys like Ubayd Steed, who sat out last season, who could be in the mix. It's a long way of saying, we could be pretty good or very good if Pass is the real deal. A little worried about the D-line. In other words, a lot rests on Pass to be the guy.
  2. 5 points
    The question I have for the numbskulls who made this decision (cough, Tim Leonard, cough) is what is the cost in dollars to have a moribund basketball program, no hope, no alumni engagement, just a worthless activity run by a failed regime. Whatever money is guaranteed to this guy is already wasted - there is no chance of success. If that is the only cost, then go ahead, let him run this program further into the ditch for 5 more years. But if it is worth anything to the institution to have a basketball team that brings alums together, provides a positive social activity for people based on their connection to the school then its high time to stop throwing away seasons and make a change. I'd love to care about Towson basketball again, but as long as the school doesn't care there is no point in anyone else investing their time or interest either. It won't happen, of course, because the Fordham playbook that dictates decisions these days says athletics are unimportant, a waste of resources, and simply an expense that must be managed to lowest possible number. It not whether you win or lose, but how much you paid to play the games.
  3. 4 points
  4. 4 points
    Opening "A lot of encouraging things. The intent of this group is off the charts. We have to get healthy, but I can't complain about work ethic, attitude, coachability. Our bodies are getting back to what our teams normally look like. I thought last year during the pandemic, I didn't think we look like we normally look. We have some guys that look the part." On Curtis Holland "I thought he looked good yesterday. I'm not a doctor. He's a good enough player to help us. Timberlake comes back tomorrow. We know he's going to help us and has helped us, because he's as competitive as they come." On versatility "For Tiger Fans, Rizzuto and Nolan bring talent, toughness, energy, leadership. They're everyday guys. As a staff, we're encouraged by Charles (Thompson) and Chase Paar playing together and looking good. That is is in the equation. Chase has looked really good the last couple of weeks. He arrived here with a bit of a quad injury. His body has been changing. He has some skills with shooting and dribble handoffs. He's 6-10 and is a wall. He's doing a good job with changing his body. We also have Gibby on the court during workouts and he such a good shooter. Cam (Holden) will be a better shooting threat than people realize. He looks good. He never really lifted so he's benefitting. He can deck it and pass it. Until you are healthy, then you can put it together. We decided to play the veteran guys more together. There is some spacing that can help us. Charles has been great. He's such a worker. He's as tough a guy as we've had. He's a leader. I can't say enough about the type of guys they are. You want everybody to be 100%. That has a lot to do with your success. I can't complain about intent, work ethic, accountability, toughness. It's been awesome." On this summer We had a great summer in Fobbs' senior season. We had our best offensive year. We played more because we weren't as banged up. I appreciated being able to do what we normally had done (no Summer in 2020). We haven't done it in so long. It sounds simple. It's hard to build habits when you don't have a routine. It makes you appreciate what you had. We're out recruiting here. The veteran guys we brought in they look differently. That makes you feel good. You have four guys that have played a lot and you still have Nick, Juwan, Gibson. Juwan is working his tail off. He has skill and is bigger than he ever has been. Played at under 220 last year. Will play at a little under 230. Hick has played well before he got hurt. Gill is a worker. Tyler Coleman is making strides with his body. Has a high IQ. Played for some good coaches. As his body changes, his game will evolve into that. Chris Biekeu is an older freshman. His body looks great. He has to take care of the ball. I've been pleased with Darrick Jones. If he takes care of the ball and continues to work, he is a heck of an athlete. He has to be solid from 3. He has the tools. He's had a good spring. He didn't have any of that last year. There is a path for him ane he controls that. He's doing a good job. Objectives on finishing up practice: 1)Get Healthy. 2)Continue to build habits. 3)As we are playing around with a couple of different concepts, do we do a good enough job evaluating that minus some key guys. It's a little like spring football. Two years when we changed our offense, we used it all summer. We're trying to play with a little better spacing. It would help if we had everyone on the floor. I have four guys that played a lot on a good team. The four transfers we brought in late I trust those guys. We have a freshman in Hicks who has a good path. Curtis Holland is talented enough to play. He has a high IQ. He's very strong, athletic and can shoot. There's going to be competition. We know Nolan, Rizzuto and Timberlake are going to play. As far as the freshmen (along with Jones and Biekeu) can they be everyday guys. Paar moves better than we thought. We're going to play a skilled lineup with two guards, but we can play two bigs. We have some versatility.
  5. 4 points
    100% agree with your post. All of the kids that are transferring in to Towson would be/are impact players at their respective schools. The landscape of top tier FCS has changed. The portal will now become an even bigger part of creating the depth needed to compete for a national championship. Easily the most depth that Towson has ever had. I expect this team to challenge for the National Championship.
  6. 4 points
  7. 4 points
    Really made Towson look fun
  8. 4 points
    We missed out on the playoffs thanks to that crooked AD from UNH that kept putting his team in the playoffs (for like 15 years), when they had no business being there because he had a seat on the selection committee (Marty Scarano). We pasted UNH like 66-35 on the final game of the season to end up with the same record as them, yet they got the bid. That LSU game was fantastic. I wouldn't trade it for the playoffs. We had the lead for a chunk of the game. We rushed for more yards than ANYONE did on LSU that entire season. We had 4 sacks vs. 0 for LSU. We played outstanding. Too bad we didn't get in the playoffs though, to your point, as that might have been our best team ever. If we had Enders the next season, I think we would have won it all. We were featured on 60 Minutes b/c of that game, we made some show like hard knocks for LSU, etc. That was so memorable.
  9. 4 points
    Funny how everybody says "PS is a great guy, but blah, blah, blah" Maybe he is and maybe he isn't. you only know him from afar, but that is neither here nor there. You don't get an extension for being a great guy, just like you don't get an extension for having a team get a 3.0 GPS. maybe you should....but you don't.....So talk about the stuff that matters. The teams have failed to perform at the moments that matter. That is all that matters. It is all that mattered when he got extensions based on numbers of wins....nothing to do with being a "great guy". Keep your eye on the ball......what's good for the goose is good for the gander. You don't need to soften the blow....other coaches have been fired for not winning and they have far less resources that PS. We don't need reasons...we don't need explanations...we need a new coach....period.
  10. 4 points
    Where I stand... I'll start by saying that despite the mess this season was and the no-show today in Harrisonburg, I don't feel like anyone should lose their job after the circumstances of this season. The fact we actually finished the season after three (!!) pauses is a credit to the players and the staff for keeping it together. But that's pretty much where my 'praise' ends. Let's start with Skerry. He's a great guy, very personable, changed the culture with Towson basketball especially academically, and I think he could be an asset as an assistant for a program. But let's face it, this program is bottoming out. The peak ended when we lost to W&M in the semis with Benimon and the second smaller peak was after we won in Belfast to start that season 11-1. Since then, we're 40-62 with 4 straight one-and-dones in the CAA Tournament. That's not continuing to build a program. That's having it infested with termites and mold and watching it fall apart. The reason for this is simple -- recruiting and scheme. Skerry has one way to play and that's defense and rebounding. Unless you're Michigan State or Virginia or Texas Tech (among others), you're not gonna get away with that philosophy with too much success for too long. The modern game has changed too much and we have failed to adapt. As a result, we have NOBODY who can reliably create their own shot and when we do have drive-and-kick situations, it leads to various clanks and clangs from the 3-point line. While Gibson and Timberlake are serviceable players, they are wildly inconsistent from a scoring standpoint. Would they start elsewhere? Highly doubtful. That's not to slight them. But to even an untrained basketball eye, they are not the players you build your team around. Let's look at the transfers that we've brought in -- Holland was a waste for this year and maybe altogether if he doesn't stick around. Allen was very meh. Victor didn't show all that much promise either. We sit in a very fertile HS basketball area between Maryland, DC, Northern Virginia, Philly, and Central Pennsylvania. Surely, we can get into the living rooms of players who are stars on their high school teams rather than taking players who are on nobody's D1 radar. We're a school that the expectation should be come March, they should be one of the three favorites to win the conference tournament EVERY YEAR. With the exception of maybe 2 of those Marchs, we haven't been able to say that. Hell, we're just hoping to stay out of the play-in game. More importantly, let's look at the transfers under Skerry. We've lost Four (grad transfer), Zane (should have never taken him back this year, which I said when it first happened), Gorham, and Betrand. I know there are others but these are the main ones I want to focus on. When you lose players like these, guys who were starters and key contributors, there has to be an underlying reason besides 'I want to play in a bigger conference'. And you look at what happened with Betrand last year with him torching Drexel in Philly and then going completely AWOL on the court the rest of the way, how does that occur? I suspect it all comes back to the leader of the program and the schemes involved. So, it's time for Skerry to be put on notice and if there isn't a significant improvement in 21-22, it's time to eat that buyout and find someone a little bit more dynamic who can inject some life into the program and whatever is left of the fanbase. I'm not gonna stop there. @Royal Tiger brings up a terrific point about the administration. Certainly, I don't even pretend to know the goings-on in the department but if a coaching change is made, I don't really think I want Tim Leonard making that hire. He has gotten women's basketball, women's lacrosse, and volleyball right and extending Nadelen on the men's lax side was the right move. But if you truly want to bolster this athletic department, you have to hit a home run with a hire in your two big-revenue sports. When fans return to games (hopefully next school year), what is going to give anyone any incentive to come to SECU? The athletic department has largely failed at getting people into the seats and it's truly pathetic that a state school with the enrollment that Towson has can't regularly get 60% capacity in a 6,000-seat arena. And before we start with the 'oh there's other stuff to do blah blah blah', go talk to some friends at Grand Canyon and ask them how they do it. I know I've harped about GCU before but their results both on the court and in the stands support my argument. If you can improve the product on the court, you will improve the attendance in the stands and the excitement within the program. But as Royal asked, do they even care? If they don't, then we might as well be Kennesaw State or Delaware State or Mississippi Valley State -- teams that put warm bodies in uniforms with the school name on it and trot them out to get slaughtered on a nightly basis. The title of this thread is 1,491 days. What it should be is 10,950 days....the length of time since we were in the NCAA Tournament. That's a little more than a week short of *30 YEARS*. I've tried to be patient and see the bright side of things because I know how tough it is in a one-bid league, especially with the amount of luck involved in the conference tournaments (look at what happened to both Vermont and UMBC today). But I'm sick and tired of getting to March and having virtually nothing more than a mathematical chance to win the conference and get our name called on Selection Sunday. It's time that this school shares my frustration and gets serious about its basketball program and makes significant improvements.
  11. 3 points
    We always have something new. We also have a lot of new players
  12. 3 points
    We will finish better than #7. I think our quality transfers aren't being fully valued and it still looks like not playing last year is being held against us. Yes, I am definitely a bit of a homer but I see this team competing for #3 / #4 spot in the CAA next season and a solid place in the playoffs. FWIW, I will post a thread on this later. I sincerely believe Towson will be a consistent contender going forward. Also, we are completely capable of beating JMU. Among other things, their QB play is a huge question mark this year. Not trash talking, just being pro TU. Our defense looks stacked.
  13. 3 points
    I like how he said “not my job to bring fans to the game I’m hoping my admin team is doing that” lol
  14. 3 points
    It has been a few days since anything was posted here so I thought I would say hi and post an introduction and thank you from our family. My name is Dan and I am the dad of Connor Maloney. We are all very excited to be a part of the Tiger family. Connor is an incoming freshmen PWO who is an OLB. He's 6 1 1/2 and 210 lbs. He can definitely put on a lot more weight with a college lifting program. He played at St Vincent Pallotti HS in Laurel, MD and was a big part of their 2019 MIAA-B championship. His senior season was cut down to only 3 games but included a win against Calvert Hall (MIAA-A) and a gut-wrenching double overtime loss to Mt St Joseph (MIAA-A). He was named MIAA Defensive Performer of the week all 3 weeks. In 2 varsity seasons at Pallotti he started in all 15 games and racked up 114 tackles with 34 TFLs, 8 sacks and 49 QB pressures. He also recorded 1 safety, 3 forced fumbles and 3 fumble recoveries with 1 blocked 1 PAT and FG. He also scored 2 Def TDs while handling all punting and place kicking, which he definitely will not be doing at TU. He was even invited to join the Big 33 team as a late replacement at OLB but turned it down so he didn't risk coming into the TU football camp with an injury. We have no idea what this upcoming season will bring or if he will even see the field but I know that he is excited to work hard and learn from the coaches while making some lifelong friendships. My wife and I (Melissa) look forward to meeting everyone at the first tailgate......we'll be the couple with the Towson Maloney jerseys on! https://www.hudl.com/profile/9500855/Connor-Maloney
  15. 3 points
    So, we finally know who the elusive transfer quarterback of 2021 will be. There could be another addition or two, but I think this team is pretty well-set in terms of starters. Sure, there will be competition at running back, on the defensive line, maybe on the right side of the offensive line, at safety. Ok, so we're not completely set and nothing is etched in stone, but I have a pretty good idea. I know I'm off on the heights and weights, but going by the internet roster mixed with what I heard. Also wasn’t there this spring so I did the best I could. That broke a string of nearly 20 straight years of watching spring practice. QB 1 Chris Ferguson (6-3, 235)-Liberty/Maine transfer, Grad transfer Backups R-Fr. Vincent Amendola (6-3, 240)-North Carolina transfer, R-Soph Jeff Miller (6-6, 250), frosh Nathan Kent (6-2, 190), frosh Scott Smith (6-4, 210). RB Jerry Howard (6-0, 230)-Grad transfer GTech RB2 R-Jr. Kobe Young (6-0, 210), Fr. Sabias Folley (6-0, 235) FB Luke Hamilton-R-soph. (6-0, 245) TE Sr. Jason Epps (6-3, 235), Sr. Marcus Joyner (6-2, 245)-ODU transfer, Rr-Jr. Robert Schwob (6-7, 240)-Md. transfer LT Sr. Andrew Garnett (6-5, 325), R-freshman Rick Santiago Espinal (6-6, 345) LG Sr. Aaron Grzymkowski (6-3, 300), R-freshman Jean Germain (6-6, 355) C - Jr. Cole Cheripko (6-4, 300), Sr. Brendan Cassels (6-3, 300) RT-Grad transfer Darian Bryant (6-6, 330)-Temple transfer, Jr. Roman Warheit (6-6, 335) RG-Sr. DeMarcus Gilmore (6-4, 360), Soph. Alex Desire (6-4, 310) WR1 -Jr. Jabari Allen (6-4, 210), Sr. Ryan Rutkowski (6-2, 200), Sr. Caleb Smith (6-1, 195). WR1-Jr. Darian Street (6-2, 190), Soph. Daniel Thompson (6-3, 210), R-Fr. Charles Murphy (6-2, 175) (there are several other good young receivers that could make their mark in summer camp) DL R-Soph Jesus Gibbs (6-4, 290)-South Carolina transfer, R-Soph. Bryce Lauer (6-3, 290), Sr. Marcus Bowman (6-1, 260)-juco transfer NG R-Jr. Mason Cholewa (6-7, 305) -JMU transfer, Sam Gyeni (6-0, 285), Jr. Vinnie Shaffer (5-11, 305) DT Grad Tramar Reece (6-4, 265)-Indiana transfer, R-freshman Oly Okombi (6-2, 260)-Kent State transfer ILB Sr. Darien Reynolds (6-0, 230)-Gardner-Webb transfer, soph Ryan Kearney (6-1, 230) ILB R-Jr. Christian Dixon (6-0, 225), Junior Amir Murray (5-11, 230), juco transfer, R-fr Marcellus Gaines (6-0, 225) OLB R-Jr. Michael Robinson (6-1, 225)-Ball State transfer, R-Fr. Stefan Hackshaw (6-3, 240) OLB Grad transfer Elorm Lumor (6-3, 245), Rutgers transfer, Jr. Nygil Johnson (6-3, 230)-Nevada transfer S R-Soph. Jamal Gay (6-1, 200), Sr. Keyvone Bruton (5-11, 210)-Temple transfer could play some Bandit/hybrid LB S Sr. S.J. Brown (5-11, 200), Jr. Robert Topps III (6-3, 205)-Kansas transfer CB Jr. Charles Peoples (6-0, 185)-juco transfer, SR. Mark Collins Jr. (5-11, 190) South Dakota transfer led nation in PBU in 2018 CB Sr. Brandon Shuman (6-0, 180), Soph. Makai Self (5-9, 170)-Penn State transfer, Jr. D.J. Pratt (6-3, 185)-Virginia transfer could move to safety (also depth at corner with Soph. Robert Javier (6-1, 195), Jr. Jirhe Love (6-0, 195)). KR/PR D/Ago Hunter (5-8, 160) P Shane McDonough Kickers? Competition between Arizona State transfer Gabriel Gomez and three freshmen in Eric Bernstein, Keegan Vaughn and Josh Cupitt.
  16. 3 points
    This is a very talented and deep team and yes, it could come down to Ferguson. Is he the 2018 version or the 2019 version? He won't need to be a star here. As for the rust factor, there could be some on offense, though Ferguson did play some for Liberty last season. Howard hasn't played running back in a few seasons. But guys on the D-line played either in the fall or spring as did Lumor. Most of these teams that played in the spring will have some carry-over effect from the wear-and-tear. It's just not natural to play that many games in March and April and then get ready in August. For example, Delaware played eight and could have played 10 had two games not been canceled. We have a cynical bunch. I get it. If that 2019 team had a healthy Shane Simpson, Ricky DeBerry and Brandon Shuman, we would have won at least two more games and would have been in the playoffs. But they weren't. This team is better at almost every position. Probably not at running back or quarterback. Shuman is back. We also added about five more guys that are similar to Shuman in the secondary or possibly better. That 2019 team overachieved in some aspects due to the injuries and still finished 7-5. Ferguson doesn't have to be Flacco, but in some ways, maybe he'll be better in terms of a quarterback who won't run around in circles, looking for the big play, instead of just taking what the defense is giving you. Having a strong running game will take that pressure off of Ferguson and the addition of Howard and possibly Folley, will give us two beasts in the power running game that might be able to play in the same backfield. Exciting possibilities.
  17. 3 points
  18. 3 points
    Starting to get excited for the season!
  19. 3 points
    Yesterday's double-header sweep of Hofstra put us at 15-22. Doesn't sound impressive till you consider that this team started out 2-13. We're 13-9 since then. You have to hand it to the players and coaches for hanging and resurrecting the season. We're 5-1 in the CAA, so who knows what's ahead.
  20. 3 points
    I agree that whether or not he’s a good guy and has players with a 3.0 GPA isn’t relevant, in the world of D1 basketball. Whether these factors should be relevant is a topic for another day. Also agree we need a new coach. Unfortunately, we’re not getting a new coach until the end of the 2024-2025 season. The reality is quite simple-the university is not going to buy him out. No if’s ands or buts. It ain’t happening. It didn’t happen with Pat Kennedy and that was before covid wreaked havoc with the budget. There are no well heeled alum who are going to ride in and rescue us. I doubt anyone has 2 million dollars lying around like so much loose change under their couch cushions that they’re willing to buy Skerry out. So, other than grumbling about it for the next four years (which I will do from time-to-time, to vent my frustration) I’m out of scenarios in which we divest ourself of Skerry before his contract runs out, which is quite a depressing thought
  21. 3 points
    Playing in the Missouri Valley Conference (certainly better than the CAA) he avg’d 11ppg in 27mpg. Is he a savior? No. Is he more than a role player/bench piece for a bad team in the CAA? Almost assuredly
  22. 3 points
    I can't speak to discipline or lack of management off the court when it comes to making sure no one in the program gets a positive COVID test, so I won't go there. I will say that to this point, we have somehow tied for playing the third-most games overall and have played the second-most conference games (that will probably change after this pause) in the CAA. We have only played four less games than Maryland (same total as UMBC, 2 less than Coppin State, same as Morgan State and two more than Mt. St. Mary's, I won't bring up Loyola because the Patriot League has been extra careful), who has a heckuva a lot more resources at their disposal to get through this than we do. My point being is it when it comes to testing players and coaches are in a really tough spot, and it is way too simplistic to blame this solely on them when this is going on all over the country (especially at the mid-major level where there are less resources). If you want to bash something, go back to bashing the on-court product, because the coaches and players have a lot more control over that and we can at least criticize what we can see in front of us rather than wildly speculating on stuff we don't know. I wonder what they will do with the conference tournament. At this point, Charleston, Northeastern, JMU and Hofstra are probably the only teams that deserve to play for a bid. As much as I want to see Towson play more games, I really could not argue with a limited conference tournament from a planning and safety standpoint. I hope they get to play again. I am fine with everyone who is critical of the coaching and wants a change (I can't disagree), but I will say Sunday was the first time this group actually played to the usual strengths of a Pat Skerry team. Prior to that, we were showing all the bad characteristics his teams had shown in his time here and none of the good ones (good defensive rebounding, toughness and athleticism). I would like to see if they can build off that in any way.
  23. 3 points
    Pat Skerry should be fired. This is unacceptable. Offense has been miserable to watch
  24. 3 points
    Is this the “player to be named later” in the Shane Simpson trade?😆
  25. 3 points
    This entire NCAA MBB season has absolutely no rhythm to it, with these ceaseless pauses. I never thought I’d say this, but I’ve completely lost interest. Let’s see a show of hands of anyone who doesn’t believe that the continuation of the season represents nothing more than a transparent effort to secure the TV 📺 money 💰 that goes with March Madness, player & staff safety be damned. (Especially in view of the fact that there was no tournament last year). If anyone out there believes otherwise, I have some swampland property I’d like to interest you in

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