Washington Post used Scotty quote. This is pure thug life.
But if anyone thinks the Cyclones are shaking at the thought of Thursday’s second-round NCAA tournament game against Connecticut, well, think again.
“Kemba Walker’s not coming back, is he?” Scott Christopherson said with a smirk, Chris Allen giggling beside him.
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
I'm guessing that the press conference was attended mostly by the Kentucky and Connecticut media. Knowing that it's normally beat writers covering Iowa State all season long, those guys probably had a little bit better access to the guys and either didn't need to ask questions in the press conference or talked to them separately on their own.
The ESPNU guys talked about how Scott shouldnt have said the Kemba comment due to the fact that it would "fire up" the UCONN crowd. Im not sure they would take that as ammunition but the ESPNU guys seem fairly positive that UCONN is going to run away with this game.
ESPN completely biased in favor of the school just up the road? No way.
I felt they all did a great job answering questions from an all Conn group! Wow couldn't believe they (Conn reporters) felt ISU should be intimidated and seemed to ask it 3 or 4 different ways ? Great job Representing ISU Royce , Chris and Scotty!
I'm about as shocked at UConn asking dumb questions, and ESPeeiNg rattling it off as "New News", as I am when I watch the ISU v Iowa game and the network opens it up showing a field of corn with a harvester running through it....it is sooooo tired.
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