We are going to miss Scott next year. Feels good to have Clyburn waiting to replace him though :)
I think Babb moves over to the 2 and Clyburn plays the 3. Babb will be able to run off screens more since he's not a great ball handler and Clyburn will be able to slash at the 3. We'll have everyone at their natural positions for once.
While on live TV, Ford used a vulgar term to describe a private part of the female anatomy, adding that he was “happily married” and “got more than enough to eat at home.”
Great play, everyone was drawn to Babb when he threw it in. OSU was totally unprepared.
If I was OSU's fan base, I'd be ticked that they kept Page in for that last 4.8 seconds. Surely OSU had someone taller on defense to challenge shots?? I'm not complaining, I'll take a reasonably uncontested game-winning shot anytime.
Utah Utes, Illinois Illini. The University of Pennsylvania thought about following this pattern by calling themselves the Pennsylvania Pencils. However, they were afraid their students would start chanting "We're No. 2"
I love the fact that a pure shooter like Scotty, will be remembered for a bank 3. Also lost in all the excitement of his buzzer beater was the shot he hit a few mintues earlier to cut the lead from 6 to 3, if we come up empty that trip down the floor the game may have been over. He calmly stepped up and just drilled it. When Scotty plays with a little attitude he can be a game changer, not to mention fun to watch.
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