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Keeping the streak going against clemson in baseball, or finally beating a ranked team in basketball? I'm honestly torn, and can't really decide(plus I'm kinda buzzed so that's not helping). On the one hand I like to keep talking sh!t to clemson fans, but at this point they've all pretty much conceded baseball to us...which takes some of the fun out of it. On the other hand, beating UK could be a sign that we're moving in the right direction in men's basketball, and would give us more recognition nationally. Other fan bases feel free to give your opinion.

Instinctively I feel like I'm going with baseball, but that may jus be because I've put up a wall that allows me to not care as much about basketball due to how bad we've sucked lately. Either that or the fact that it's always good to beat clemson.

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Baseball.

Basketball was an aberration.
Sorry.

Martin will eventually get his.

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Your basketball has been good in the recent past and there's no reason to believe it won't be back.

If y'all had never been relevant then my opinion would be different.

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The win in baseball was much more exciting to me.  The UK win means nothing as far as what we do this season, although it's a good sign that Martin has this team on the right track IMO.
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Baseball. The basketball win over UK could help on the recruiting trail I guess, but damn it's satisfying beating those orange hick retards.

Edited by Large Marge, 01 March 2014 - 09:16 PM.

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Yep as with everyone else the baseball means more: not so much because it was Clemson, although that is always sweet - but it's early in the baseball season and there's still potential for so much to be done this baseball season, so winning the big games and series helps build momentum. The win over UK was sweet and should help with recruiting, building momentum for the rest of the season and hopefully helps carry over into the off-season and next season, but as far as this season is concerned it's over with except for playing out the string...

But doing it all with the possible sweep tomorrow, and closing out the regular season for the WBK with a possible win over the Vols on their court, makes for the crazy great weekend and week overall (including USC's win over UGA to clinch sole possession of the SEC reg. season championship)!

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Beating Clemson happens on the reg in Columbia these days. So, I'm gonna go with the basketball win.
I'm certain the national media is relieved. They can kiss State's ass and go back to the old "Ole Miss is Waycist" narrative. Meanwhile I hope Gameday has fun in Morgantown. Look out for burning couches!

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Happier for the basketball players, but I definitely cared more about the baseball win.  I'm just glad the basketball players get this moment because they're constantly Posted Image on, even though there's so much more to like about this team than last year's.

Especially happy for Brenton Williams.  We don't win any SEC games without him, but Frank probably lays into him the hardest....even to the point he once had to apologize publicly for what fans may have heard him scream at Brenton.   Tonight some students literally lifted him up on their shoulders for all to praise.  Kid has certainly earned that moment.

If the trade was 1 loss to Clemson but still a series win, that I would definitely take to get this basketball win.
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seeing as how Clemson hasn't been much of a challenge to beat lately (see football and baseball), im gonna say the win over a ranked Kentucky team.  that win will do more for the program than another win over our rivals in baseball.  it shows what the team is capable of and shows that we are starting to move away from the mess that Darrin horn created.
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