Discussion in 'College Basketball Forum' started by JohnU, Nov 8, 2018.
Looks like we need a Missouri Valley hangout.
Loyola has a lot of talent back and their freshman kaifes looked fantastic in his debut. I’m going to the Nevada/Loyola gm. Looking forward to it
It's them or Ill. State this year, evidently.
The bottom of the league is Evansville and Drake.
Aces at Illinois tonight. I don't expect much but it's a real game.
You bastards are tricky, I think you beat us a few years ago
Yeah, they are still talking about that one. Valley and Mountain had a challenge series that is coming to an end this year.
Anyhow, I think U of E probably isn't quite ready for the B1G.
I did see that, I won't miss it personally...mostly because we kept taking losses during this challenge
We did finally have a bright spot from it last year because we somehow beat Loyola-Chicago by 30....I'll never understand where that came from, because immediately after they ended up beating Florida while we promptly faded towards being a middle seed NIT team
Psh Ohio Valley is where it is at
I know when they play each other, the Valley usually wins.
But I thought this was where it was at.
Loyola getting their asses handed to them in the first half against furman. Siu up 1 with 9 minutes left against Kentucky
Furman is a decent team but a brutal loss for Loyola. They were up 10 late and choked it away
Sort of wish SIU could get Kentucky in Carbondale instead of Lexington.
That's a real good team this year.
Early on, there will be a lot of this. These teams aren't sharp yet and their benches are what separates them down the stretch. Loyola will probably win 13 in the conference.
I like beach valley ball the best.
So much fun watching them last March in Dallas for round 1 and 2. Mo
valley championship they looked awesome too. Hope they can keep it up
Valley looking like a second tier mid-major league right now but I suppose it's better than being 12-0 against the SWAC road kill/Sierra Valley Teachers College teams. Play up, eventually get more cred.
Separate names with a comma.