Being a Big Monday game and all, at least most of the folks on the selection committee know what happened. A lot of the "eye test" folks (that usually get on my nerves) were the first to point out how atrocious the officiating was at the end there, and the Big 12 has pretty much said they were right with this statement. There may be an asterisk on this game in the minds of many on the committee. But ISU still needs to get two of these last three to lock it up.
The committee is under sensory overload during the process so I can see them easily forgetting all about it when the time comes. Let's just hope that the Big 12 representative (OU AD) makes sure to remind everyone about it when the time comes to evaluate ISU's resume. I'm not sure that will happen if OU and ISU are fighting for one of the last at large berths.
Hey Coach Bill Self! Can I have a word with you sir?
It is on the record that There was a HUGE mistake in your so-called victory up in Ames last night... This has been verified by the Big 12 and the league of officiating, Technically, you didn't win the game, but as it played out, you won under a few botched calls, and a big no call. ...any response?
I smell asterisk for the expected conference winner.
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
Send them to K-state for a game, I am sure the mildcat fans would enjoy that. Then can their butts and let them work the big 10 and catholic 7 games. I will be shocked if they work an ISU game for awhile.
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