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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by teel, Aug 21, 2017.
Sorry I didn't share but I heard schiano is using this dead period to do a literal tour around NJ to some of the heavier donors/alum (including alum that aren't donating/in the inner circle yet) to try to recruit support for the facility.
247's post today kinda confirms that's going well.
I also know that he apparently texts some donors nearly daily.
I take back everything I've said about Jacob Young, until next game
he terrifies me but this winning thing is awesome.
We have waited a longgggggg time for this gentlemen
And yes I was very wrong about the team after St. Bonaventure. Very, very wrong.
Two years in a row Pike has rebounded after an atrocious loss. I am incredibly impressed.
We all were. It’s hard not to react that way after a lifetime of underachievement.
Is it really okay to believe?
Even when we were down early and shooting like 10% from the field, I felt like we would win
Even got a mention on 1010 WINS
That’s a lot of hashtags.
He's releasing his top 80 next week
Looks like we have our new Janarion Grant boys
Thanks, appreciate the info
Augie Hoffmann is an incredibly masculine man
Beard goals fr
I think he looks better without the beard.
your new avatar
38 years old, making $275K with $800 for a vehicle. Good work if you can get it.
Imagine losing a game where your opponent shot 28% from the floor.
We just did that.
I don't even care about the tourney, that's a longshot. I just wanted to be ranked one time. Just one time. That's what I wanted. I wanted it so badly.
SPIN ZONE: Our best player was out and our big man barely played because of foul trouble. DANCE DANCE
Beat Indiana and Minnesota both at home and get ranked
I am not too proud to accept a consolation prize
please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead. please dont blow this lead.
Geo just committed murder.
Geo two possessions in a row with incredible plays
The RAC just slaps different
Don't break your fucking finger on the rim, you goon
I like that this season he embraced his inner Corey Sanders and decided that he's just going to try to dunk on everyone
I hate myself for saying this, but shoots like him too.
corey was a hell of a drug. lots of losing and no left hand, but god damn if it wasnt fun.
Many people are saying this
By far my favorite RU player ever.
Maybe not in that order. I would like to be able to put Myles Mack up there, but those teams were just so god awful I can't do it.
big east defensive poy hamady ndiaye will always be a favorite of mine.
We need a bagman
“We want Cliff! We want Cliff!”
Soon enough, the entire RAC was chanting it, with a member of the Scarlet Knights staff waving the fans on. As the chants grew to their most intense point, Omoruyi stood and acknowledged the crowd, receiving a raucous reception.
“That was great,” Omoruyi told NJ Advance Media. “They caught me off guard with that.”
Wednesday was the third time Omoruyi visited the RAC this season. He also sat behind the Rutgers bench during the Scarlet Knights’ demolishing of in-state rival Seton Hall earlier this season, as well as a convincing win over UMass in November.
He was greeted by Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano, who walked over and shook his hand after arriving to the RAC at halftime.
“He shook my hand and said to stay home because the fan loves me,” Omoruyi said of Schiano’s message to him.
Greg just fucking gets it
These are great:
First minute and the half of the game: Myles jump cut past defender and laying it in over another. Thing of beauty.
Geo is so outrageously good at getting his hands in the passing lane.
Geo ONE HANDED NO LOOK SCOOP LOB to Myles in the 2nd half! Get out of town!
Hamady was great, and I truly thank him for giving us an NBA player in the 2010 decade, but Herve was so hilariously inefficient and cocky af. He would swat shots halfway up the stands, bank 3s, and every time he got a contested rebound he would flair out his elbows so hard that if he ever connected with anyone they would have stage IV CTE on the spot.