Anyone else excited for Wiggins to name a school tomorrow? Ive grown tired of him dragging it out for no reason. Hoping he goes anywhere but KU for obvious reasons and hoping UNC so that UK doesnt win it all considering all the hype and that most people in that area think itll just get handed to them. Him going to UNC and still not winning the ACC or a national title would be great because i dont want Roy winning jack squat to prove her under performs with all the talent!
Hope he goes to Kentucky so they have the best class in the history of the world. Then they go on to get beat by next years cinderella mid major full of seniors in the NCAA tourney and then they all go pro
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Florida State, probably. If he goes to Kansas I have to be honest and say I wouldn't be that mad. It'd be fun to watch him play in Hilton. Kansas or Oklahoma State will win the Big 12 anyways so we minds as well get some more talent into the league. I want the Big 12 to be good. I don't think we'll in regardless of where he goes.
I'm not down on Iowa State at all. I think we can be good next year and I can't wait for the season. I just think it will be tough to knock off OSU or Kansas.
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