-If Ejim and Niang get in foul trouble early we will lose.
-If those two stay out of foul trouble we will win by 5.
It has stuck out to me the most that when those 2 guys are producing both by scoring points and rebounding the ball we are a very good team. It opens up the 3 ball for us and that is our bread and butter to winning games...
I will record the game Wednesday night and then I will wait to hear the outcome. If I hear that we got blown out, I will simply hit the delete button and go to bed with a normal blood pressure. I encourage those who went into meltdown mode after the Tech loss to do the same.
I think we come out flat after the big game yesterday. We lose by 10+.
Wait, I thought everybody said we were supposed to come out flat against UT after the KU loss? I think this team has too much senior leadership to let something like this happen. This team has had bad games but I haven't seen them come out flat after a big win yet.
Also, when have you seen ISU come out flat after a big win in the Fred Hoiberg era?
I think he will have the guys mentally focused for the task at hand and we will see a good game from our guys. I won't predict a win though because I believe OSU is a very dangerous team.
Which Le'Bryan Nash will show up? That'll go a long way towards determining the winner. If he's active and hitting shots he's a matchup nightmare. If he's sluggish or out of the flow of the game, ISU steals a good road win in Stillwater for the first time since I was in elementary school.
LeBryan Nash will spend 40 min getting anal probed by Babb
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