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Official 2013-2014 Basketball Thread

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View PostJoeGator, on 10 January 2014 - 01:40 PM, said:

Wilbekin also missed Thursday and Friday practices after spraining his right ankle against South Carolina. He will likely play against Arkansas, though he probably won't start and could get limited minutes.
"Patric did not practice today, so I mean he's cleared to play but I don't know how much we'll be able to get out of him the way he's looked the last couple days just dealing with sore knees."
The senior doesn't expect to miss any playing time as a result of his tendinitis.
"A lot of big guys get tendinitis and it’s just something I’ll have to deal with the rest of my career," Young said. "I expect to be full go. When the buzzer sounds, I think I’ll be ready to go and be able to get myself ready with full warmup and stretch and whatever I have to do tonight to get myself prepared to go."

Down 1 starter and two guys at half-strength.
Would love to beat Arkansas but this is one of three road games I was already worried we'd lose.

I hate it for this kid.Tendinitis hurts like hell.I had it in my elbows and it's no joke.I don't wish it on anybody in any circumstance.

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Why are SEC refs always just straight ass?
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View PostShaunMac, on 11 January 2014 - 12:36 PM, said:

Why are SEC refs always just straight ass?

I am getting sick and tired of the attitude that most refs have.  A well officiated game is one where you never even notice the refs.  

Regardless of what they THINK...

They are NOT bigger than the game.  
They are NOT bigger than the coaches.  
They are NOT bigger than the players.

It's NOT about them!  It's about the kids.  LET THEM PLAY!

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View PostSECats, on 11 January 2014 - 12:51 PM, said:

I am getting sick and tired of the attitude that most refs have.  A well officiated game is one where you never even notice the refs.  

Regardless of what they THINK...

They are NOT bigger than the game.  
They are NOT bigger than the coaches.  
They are NOT bigger than the players.

It's NOT about them!  It's about the kids.  LET THEM PLAY!

This UF-Ark game these refs are missing the simple Posted Image and calling the stuff that makes you shake your head. An arkansas player was on a UF players back but they called it on the UF player. Theres probably been some UF calls but im not paying attention to it. It's just annoying when theres a whistle every five seconds for a bullPosted Image call but the stuff that needs to be called is shrugged off.
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Oh yeah....it's both ways.  It is very frustrating at times.  They ruin the game by their inconsistency and their egos.  Rarely do I thnk it was a well officiated game.  Rarely.
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Posted Imageing Arkansas.

I legitimately expect them to make every 3 they take.

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It's being called poorly both ways.

Officials are stupid, but Arkansas is just hot. As always.
I hate playing here.

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So many hand check fouls.
It's really affecting the game for both teams.

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Gonna be too busy watching the saints to care about the msu/om game.
But if we lose, I won't be surprised.
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I wish Bama fans would take notes from the Arky ones. Great crowd involvement,
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View Postadfalcon, on 11 January 2014 - 01:47 PM, said:

Gonna be too busy watching the saints to care about the msu/om game.
But if we lose, I won't be surprised.

Well I'm glad in not watching it with you haha. I have money on Seattle -9.5

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