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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

From Blowout to Throwdown?

The LSU women drop 88 points on Baylor and then Coach Chats and the KM-R almost drop the gloves at midcourt??? How classic would that have been?

If Chats said something before the start of the game, how does Kimmy hang onto to it for an entire game? Get over it! Clearly, Chats got into her head and Baylor got run out of the building. Reminds me of when Baylor won the national championship last year and someone asked Mulkey-Robertson if she ever thought she could win it all in Waco. Kim almost dropped a S-bomb right there on live TV, but caught herself.

Look KM-R, you're the coach of the defending national champions; start trying to act the part.

3 Comments:

Blogger Brian McCallum said...

Michael Messerly is, of course, wrong. What do national champion coaches act like? Are they required to act differently than Final Four coaches?
These are the kind of opinions we get when someone from Nebraska opines on basketball.

4:59 PM  
Blogger Michael Messerly said...

I can't believe you're trying to defend the KM-R. Oh wait, yes I can ... you bleed green and gold.

It was Lil' Kimmy who said, "You just don’t say things like that. You (Chatman) haven’t earned the right to say things like that to me."

Thus, the KM-R is holding herself up to a higher standard than the woman who simply played her to the tune of a 31-point loss. And why does the KM-R do this? It wouldn't have anything to do with the title her teamed earned last season?

And let it be known, Nebraska won the men's NIT tournament in 1996. That's right, we were #65 in the nation that year!

5:16 PM  
Blogger Brian McCallum said...

I bleed black and gold.

5:33 PM  

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