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2014-02-20 01:18:57 AM
That's what they get for wearing those ugly-ass Halloween uniforms. No treats for you.
 
2014-02-20 01:29:22 AM
I did.

Now I only owe my bookie 23,800.

I win.

/esoteric bets are as awesome as I suddenly realize my thumbs have always been without appreciation.
 
2014-02-20 01:33:15 AM
Bob Ryan of Boston sports writing actually quasi anticipated this a few days back. He was discussing college basketball and was asked if Duke had any chance of losing to Georgia Tech in a trap game before the big Unc matchup. His response was that there was no chance of Duke losing the game to GT, but in fact it would be much more likely for Syracuse to lose to BC, a team which subby points out is 7-18.

He didn't have a particularly compelling reasoning for why, but still I find it to be damn impressive. I would have laughed at him for the suggestion that a undefeated team in the ACC was going to lose this game and not upcoming road games at Duke or Virginia.
 
2014-02-20 01:37:03 AM

inclemency: I did.

Now I only owe my bookie 23,800.

I win.

/esoteric bets are as awesome as I suddenly realize my thumbs have always been without appreciation.


"Charlie, they took my thumb, man!"
 
2014-02-20 01:49:07 AM
And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us
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2014-02-20 02:01:34 AM

cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us


Hell yes
#PlayAngry
 
2014-02-20 06:34:48 AM

fastbow: cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us

Hell yes
#PlayAngry


Schedule better non-conference opponents first.
 
2014-02-20 06:56:24 AM

cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us


Looks like "Fark's resident fat chick expert" knows a thing or two. She should have posted in the readhead thread too!
 
2014-02-20 07:05:41 AM
Purdue beat BC, and now BC beat Syracuse.  Therefore, due to the transitive property Purdue is the best team in the country.  That's how it works, right?
 
2014-02-20 07:28:43 AM

Incorrigible Astronaut: fastbow: cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us

Hell yes
#PlayAngry

Schedule better non-conference opponents first.


They've got wins over St. Louis, BYU, Tennessee, NC Central, and Davidson.  That's 3 wins against the RPI Top 50 and 3 against the top teams in the SoCon, MEAC, and Atlantic 10.  Not shabby at all.
 
2014-02-20 07:30:09 AM

Ted_Crisp: Purdue beat BC, and now BC beat Syracuse.  Therefore, due to the transitive property Purdue is the best team in the country.  That's how it works, right?


Wow, the rarely seen Purdue transitive.

I'm so much more used to the old hat Michigan transitive.
 
2014-02-20 08:00:55 AM
For anybody that picked 7-18 Boston College

well, no one did since they were 6-19 coming into the game
 
2014-02-20 08:21:49 AM
A buddy of mine is a Duke grad who is driving down to Durham for the Duke-Syracuse game...  Over beers after work, I said to him, "would be a shame if Boston College stole your thunder..."

Absolutely hate Boeheim and Syracuse...almost as much as Florida State..
 
2014-02-20 08:30:20 AM

UNC_Samurai: Incorrigible Astronaut: fastbow: cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us

Hell yes
#PlayAngry

Schedule better non-conference opponents first.

They've got wins over St. Louis, BYU, Tennessee, NC Central, and Davidson.  That's 3 wins against the RPI Top 50 and 3 against the top teams in the SoCon, MEAC, and Atlantic 10.  Not shabby at all.


How does that compare to Florida, Duke, and Kansas again?
 
2014-02-20 08:36:00 AM

Incorrigible Astronaut: Schedule better non-conference opponents first.


Sadly, and I say this as a Jayhawk alum, those better non-conference opponents have zero interest in playing Wichita State (or SLU or Akron or whoever).  No upside for them, major potential downside.

/ really want a KU-WSU tourney game
 
2014-02-20 08:40:25 AM
As far as WSU, Not gonna get #2 much less #1.
W don't have the clout of the other teams.
Spoke to a writer in Atlanta when he was discussing his bracket on Twitter and he said he hasn't even watched them, but would probably stick them in the sweet 16 or maybe elite 8... I would think a sports writer would like to know what the top teams out there are doing... but hey that's just me..


static6.businessinsider.com
 
2014-02-20 08:42:16 AM

Incorrigible Astronaut: UNC_Samurai: They've got wins over St. Louis, BYU, Tennessee, NC Central, and Davidson.  That's 3 wins against the RPI Top 50 and 3 against the top teams in the SoCon, MEAC, and Atlantic 10.  Not shabby at all.

How does that compare to Florida, Duke, and Kansas again?


Ha. I mean, even Kentucky schedules heavy hitters OOC.

Even if you lose those games it helps your RPI.

Tennessee? How do you seriously be like "Thats a tough game!"
 
2014-02-20 08:48:46 AM

Sirboss37: I would think a sports writer would like to know what the top teams out there are doing...


There's not a lot of chances to see them play. I watch a ridiculous amount of college hoops and I've only watched them once.

I mean, you go down their entire schedule and there's not a single team with a number next to them. They aren't exactly a prime candidate for a super Tuesday airing.
 
2014-02-20 08:57:21 AM

cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us
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Sure you will. And Virginia'll get a #1 seed, too.
 
2014-02-20 09:05:10 AM

cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us
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If you mean a #1 seed in the tournament, assuming they enter the tournament undefeated, Wichita State will get one of the 1 seeds.

If you mean will they be the #1 team in the polls , or the "alleged" #1 in the tournament (I guess there are supposedly the real "rankings" 1-68 in the tournament, although those are never really very much promoted anyway).... this isn't BCS football... being #1 in the polls doesn't really mean much in college basketball.... if you are good, you'll be near the top at the tournament, and you can take care of it on the court.

/also they haven't played anyone
//not saying WS isn't really good, but, they'd probably have at least 1-2 losses playing an ACC, Big Ten, etc regular season schedule.
 
2014-02-20 09:12:47 AM
I had 'Cuse winning by 15+ in Streak for the Cash. :(
 
2014-02-20 09:17:59 AM

skybreaker: Sirboss37: I would think a sports writer would like to know what the top teams out there are doing...

There's not a lot of chances to see them play. I watch a ridiculous amount of college hoops and I've only watched them once.

I mean, you go down their entire schedule and there's not a single team with a number next to them. They aren't exactly a prime candidate for a super Tuesday airing.


If you want to watch a team, you can watch a team. It isn't really that hard. I had no problem, for instance, finding a feed of SLU/George Mason last night. Watched the very end of that after BC/Syracuse went final, and then watched most of the Arkansas/South Carolina game.
 
2014-02-20 09:32:15 AM

Incorrigible Astronaut: fastbow: cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us

Hell yes
#PlayAngry

Schedule better non-conference opponents first.


Gregg Marshall has been quite public and clear about our scheduling policies. Wichita State will play anyone, as long as the other team is willing to play at Charles Koch Arena as well. Unfortunately, most of the college basketball world won't touch us with a ten foot pole right now.

Take Kansas, for instance. Two top programs in the same state. Two legendary arenas. Or if home-and-home isn't appealing, two "neutral" site games in Kansas City and Wichita. Marshall wants the series. Self doesn't. I won't claim to have an inside line on how the schedule gets put together, but I would imagine Kansas isn't the only team scared to death of playing the Shockers.

/It is completely fair to criticize WSU's tournament this year. Such a crap event, and they could have done better...
 
2014-02-20 09:37:39 AM
All us SU fans (esp. alums like me) are very happy SU lost last night. Now they can concentrate on the game against Duke. Face it, the Orange are playing very well this year. And if Carmelo drives up to talk to them, well...
 
2014-02-20 09:47:43 AM
better to lose now than in the tournament.

besides you look at the last two games...a three point buzzer beater at pitt and a squeaker at the end with nc state...they were on the path to lose.

/wife is a rabid cuse fan
//she also says wichita state should win out in their happy subshine bullshiat conference
 
2014-02-20 09:55:11 AM

fastbow: Gregg Marshall has been quite public and clear about our scheduling policies. Wichita State will play anyone, as long as the other team is willing to play at Charles Koch Arena as well.


Scheduling big time home and homes is one of the most difficult things to do. MSU has dealt with it forever with Izzos "Anyone, anytime, anywhere" mantra.

If they really wanted to upgrade their schedule, getting into good preseason tourneys and scheduling neutral site games isn't as hard. If they aren't doing it, it's on them.

Demanding home and homes makes you a black sheep in scheduling when you don't belong to a power conference. You need them, they don't need you.

Boise State dealt with it in football.
 
2014-02-20 10:13:16 AM

jpo2269: A buddy of mine is a Duke grad who is driving down to Durham for the Duke-Syracuse game...  Over beers after work, I said to him, "would be a shame if Boston College stole your thunder..."

Absolutely hate Boeheim and Syracuse...almost as much as Florida State..


Why? The coach and team are one of the most respected in College Basketball.

UNC_Samurai: Incorrigible Astronaut: fastbow: cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us

Hell yes
#PlayAngry

Schedule better non-conference opponents first.

They've got wins over St. Louis, BYU, Tennessee, NC Central, and Davidson.  That's 3 wins against the RPI Top 50 and 3 against the top teams in the SoCon, MEAC, and Atlantic 10.  Not shabby at all.


Wichita hasn't played a ranked team all year. SU beat: #18 Baylor, #8 Villanova, #22 Pitt, #17 Duke, #25 Pitt (later ranking), as well as unranked UNC, Cal (RPI top 50's). 

SU will remain #1.
 
2014-02-20 10:39:37 AM

Ted_Crisp: Purdue beat BC, and now BC beat Syracuse.  Therefore, due to the transitive property Purdue is the best team in the country.  That's how it works, right?


Well, the B1G has completed the transitive circle in conference play this year.

So B1G is best ever!
 
2014-02-20 10:39:40 AM

Incorrigible Astronaut: UNC_Samurai: Incorrigible Astronaut: fastbow: cheap_thoughts: And Wichita State still won't get the top seed! farkers.


/watch us

Hell yes
#PlayAngry

Schedule better non-conference opponents first.

They've got wins over St. Louis, BYU, Tennessee, NC Central, and Davidson.  That's 3 wins against the RPI Top 50 and 3 against the top teams in the SoCon, MEAC, and Atlantic 10.  Not shabby at all.

How does that compare to Florida, Duke, and Kansas again?


Florida has 6 wins against 5 RPI Top 50 teams (Tennessee twice), but they've also lost twice.  Kansas has 10 wins against the Top 50, but they've lost 6 times.  Duke has only 4 wins against The Top 50 and they've lost 4 times.  How do you balance the wins and the losses?
 
2014-02-20 10:44:10 AM

phimuskapsi: Wichita hasn't played a ranked team all year.


To be fair... ranked at the time..... Wichita beat the St. Louis Bilikens, who are currently ranked 10th and that is 1 of their only 2 losses.   On the other hand, that is by far and away the best team they've beaten..... their next best wins are BYU, Tennessee and sweeping Indiana State, and the quality of teams only goes down quickly from there.
 
2014-02-20 11:40:55 AM
Witchita State, the new Gonzaga.
 
2014-02-20 11:53:12 AM
Yeah, I'm not understanding the Wichita State "we're the only undefeated now so we should be #1" train of thought. Look at their freaking schedule:  http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/team/_/id/2724/wichita-sta t e-shockers   LOOK AT IT!

The only leg to stand on is the SLU win, who is now ranked, but wasn't at the time... Honestly a 3/3 ranking is generous.  If you have to start saying "we'll we beat these guys and they beat Duke and we beat these other guys that have a high RPI" you're really stretching.  By that logic BC beat Cuse, Cuse beat Duke so BC is better than both Syracuse and Duke.

Cuse used to always get beat up (and still does) about their soft non-conference schedule.  We beat a top 20 Baylor team and a top 10 Villanova team.  On top of an ACC conference schedule.  If the Shockers want more credibility you've got to put it on yourself as organization to schedule tougher opponents, even if you need to go on the road to do it. Or move to a power conference so your conference schedule isn't the wad of marshmallow fluff that is the Missouri Valley Conference.

If Cuse pulls out a win at Cameron Indoor Saturday I wouldn't be surprised if they stay #1, I would actually say there's a strong case for it.  I really don't get all the Cuse hate either.  Because we win a lot but don't win championships?  I hate Louisville and Pittsburgh, mostly because they like to beat us regularly and Pitino and Dixon look like a sleazeballs, but I'll be the first to admit they're a great teams/programs/coaches and my reasons for hatred are mostly unfounded. Haters gonna hate I guess.

/Duke sucks
//Go Cuse
 
2014-02-20 12:41:21 PM

skybreaker: fastbow: Gregg Marshall has been quite public and clear about our scheduling policies. Wichita State will play anyone, as long as the other team is willing to play at Charles Koch Arena as well.

Scheduling big time home and homes is one of the most difficult things to do. MSU has dealt with it forever with Izzos "Anyone, anytime, anywhere" mantra.

If they really wanted to upgrade their schedule, getting into good preseason tourneys and scheduling neutral site games isn't as hard. If they aren't doing it, it's on them.

Demanding home and homes makes you a black sheep in scheduling when you don't belong to a power conference. You need them, they don't need you.

Boise State dealt with it in football.


Wichita State would have been on the slate for the season tip-off event in Dallas this year. Great neutral-site game, right? Nobody wanted to play us. Your criticism of the tournament is fair. I have no idea what possesses us to keep scheduling with those fly-by-nights in Kansas City, especially when it was rumored we had an offer from Battle 4 Atlantis. Thankfully, we have much better tournaments lined up for a few years. I think we're going back to Hawaii next year.

The problem with scheduling in our situation is that we've got to have home games too, and we're good enough now that only a fool would offer us a buy game. So what are we supposed to do? Fill our home slate with Directional Techs at 200k a pop, only to have people like you crucify us for it later? Play nothing but away games until conference play?
 
2014-02-20 12:58:01 PM

fastbow: The problem with scheduling in our situation is that we've got to have home games too, and we're good enough now that only a fool would offer us a buy game. So what are we supposed to do?


The issue is, you're a mid major. Like I said, the power conference teams don't have to schedule you, they don't need you, so demanding a home and home is basically setting yourself up to play the victim.  You know they aren't going to agree to it, but you can say later you tried.

You only really need 2 big time OOC games, maybe 3, so bite the bullet and schedule them away from your place.
 
2014-02-20 02:15:18 PM

fastbow: The problem with scheduling in our situation is that we've got to have home games too, and we're good enough now that only a fool would offer us a buy game. So what are we supposed to do?


Options:
1 - preseason tourneys
2 - schedule home and homes with other good mid-majors
3 - schedule semi-neutrals with major programs that will consider that
4 - suck it up and play away on less than great terms

Your SOS is your problem, not someone else's.  Show consistency (a la Gonzaga) and things get easier.
 
2014-02-20 02:20:49 PM

brnt00: The only leg to stand on is the SLU win, who is now ranked, but wasn't at the time... Honestly a 3/3 ranking is generous. If you have to start saying "we'll we beat these guys and they beat Duke and we beat these other guys that have a high RPI" you're really stretching. By that logic BC beat Cuse, Cuse beat Duke so BC is better than both Syracuse and Duke.

Cuse used to always get beat up (and still does) about their soft non-conference schedule. We beat a top 20 Baylor team and a top 10 Villanova team. On top of an ACC conference schedule. If the Shockers want more credibility you've got to put it on yourself as organization to schedule tougher opponents, even if you need to go on the road to do it. Or move to a power conference so your conference schedule isn't the wad of marshmallow fluff that is the Missouri Valley Conference.


Come on, you don't get to claim Baylor as a Top 20 win when that team has spent the last two months losing to everybody but TCU and Oklahoma State.  For the record, Ken Pomeroy has Syracuse's non-conference strength of schedule at 218th in the country and WSU's at 124th.  Obviously, Syracuse has had a tougher conference schedule, giving them a tougher overall SOS, but the difference isn't that stark.  Consider that Pomeroy has Syracuse 14th in the country in adjusted offense and WSU 15th.  On defense, WSU is 14th and Syracuse 15th.  Oh, and the Shockers didn't lose to a team that's 7-19.  At home.  Did I mention that?

And you do realize that schools need to be invited to conferences, right?  You don't just get to jump ship whenever you want.  Wichita would have loved to join Creighton in the Big East, but they weren't invited.  And without a football team, where else could they go?
 
2014-02-20 03:04:47 PM

bacongood: fastbow: The problem with scheduling in our situation is that we've got to have home games too, and we're good enough now that only a fool would offer us a buy game. So what are we supposed to do?

Options:
1 - preseason tourneys
2 - schedule home and homes with other good mid-majors
3 - schedule semi-neutrals with major programs that will consider that
4 - suck it up and play away on less than great terms

Your SOS is your problem, not someone else's.  Show consistency (a la Gonzaga) and things get easier.


1 - They did schedule a preseason tourney, the CBE classic which has, in the past few years, been attended by Kansas, Missouri, and Duke, all of whom finished the season ranked 3rd and by a host of other highly-ranked, prominent programs like Syracuse, UCLA, Pittsburgh, and Michigan State.  And yet, oddly enough, when a Wichita State program fresh off a Final Four appearance shows up, they can only get BYU, and down-in-the-dumps Texas and DePaul to sign on.

2 - They actually scheduled home-and-homes with decent major programs, but Tennessee's program imploded and Alabama is just terrible this year.

3 - Saint Louis

And WSU's schedule isn't even all that bad.  Pomery and Sagarin both have it rated better than Louisville's and nobody's complaining that the Cardinals ranked only two spots behind Wichita in the Coaches' Poll despite having four losses on a worse schedule.

I'm not saying that WSU deserves to be the unquestioned #1.  In fact, if Syracuse wins at Duke this weekend, I'd probably put them up there (despite that terrible loss).  But the Shockers at least deserve to be in the conversation.
 
2014-02-20 04:26:40 PM

rugman11: bacongood: fastbow: The problem with scheduling in our situation is that we've got to have home games too, and we're good enough now that only a fool would offer us a buy game. So what are we supposed to do?

Options:
1 - preseason tourneys
2 - schedule home and homes with other good mid-majors
3 - schedule semi-neutrals with major programs that will consider that
4 - suck it up and play away on less than great terms

Your SOS is your problem, not someone else's.  Show consistency (a la Gonzaga) and things get easier.

1 - They did schedule a preseason tourney, the CBE classic which has, in the past few years, been attended by Kansas, Missouri, and Duke, all of whom finished the season ranked 3rd and by a host of other highly-ranked, prominent programs like Syracuse, UCLA, Pittsburgh, and Michigan State.  And yet, oddly enough, when a Wichita State program fresh off a Final Four appearance shows up, they can only get BYU, and down-in-the-dumps Texas and DePaul to sign on.

2 - They actually scheduled home-and-homes with decent major programs, but Tennessee's program imploded and Alabama is just terrible this year.

3 - Saint Louis

And WSU's schedule isn't even all that bad.  Pomery and Sagarin both have it rated better than Louisville's and nobody's complaining that the Cardinals ranked only two spots behind Wichita in the Coaches' Poll despite having four losses on a worse schedule.

I'm not saying that WSU deserves to be the unquestioned #1.  In fact, if Syracuse wins at Duke this weekend, I'd probably put them up there (despite that terrible loss).  But the Shockers at least deserve to be in the conversation.


Thank you! Good to see someone else on here can see the whole picture.
 
2014-02-20 05:07:19 PM

Lawnchair: Incorrigible Astronaut: Schedule better non-conference opponents first.

Sadly, and I say this as a Jayhawk alum, those better non-conference opponents have zero interest in playing Wichita State (or SLU or Akron or whoever).  No upside for them, major potential downside.

/ really want a KU-WSU tourney game


Most non conference is scheduled years in advance. How good were they 4 years ago?
 
2014-02-20 05:36:58 PM

fastbow: rugman11: bacongood: fastbow: The problem with scheduling in our situation is that we've got to have home games too, and we're good enough now that only a fool would offer us a buy game. So what are we supposed to do?

Options:
1 - preseason tourneys
2 - schedule home and homes with other good mid-majors
3 - schedule semi-neutrals with major programs that will consider that
4 - suck it up and play away on less than great terms

Your SOS is your problem, not someone else's.  Show consistency (a la Gonzaga) and things get easier.

1 - They did schedule a preseason tourney, the CBE classic which has, in the past few years, been attended by Kansas, Missouri, and Duke, all of whom finished the season ranked 3rd and by a host of other highly-ranked, prominent programs like Syracuse, UCLA, Pittsburgh, and Michigan State.  And yet, oddly enough, when a Wichita State program fresh off a Final Four appearance shows up, they can only get BYU, and down-in-the-dumps Texas and DePaul to sign on.

2 - They actually scheduled home-and-homes with decent major programs, but Tennessee's program imploded and Alabama is just terrible this year.

3 - Saint Louis

And WSU's schedule isn't even all that bad.  Pomery and Sagarin both have it rated better than Louisville's and nobody's complaining that the Cardinals ranked only two spots behind Wichita in the Coaches' Poll despite having four losses on a worse schedule.

I'm not saying that WSU deserves to be the unquestioned #1.  In fact, if Syracuse wins at Duke this weekend, I'd probably put them up there (despite that terrible loss).  But the Shockers at least deserve to be in the conversation.

Thank you! Good to see someone else on here can see the whole picture.


Seriously, go look at the CBE Classic lineups: Every year one Kansas school (or Missouri) hosts the tournament.  Let's see what kind of teams it normally draws.

2012: Kansas, Saint Louis (Sweet Sixteen previous year, Sweet Sixteen and finished #16 that year), Washington State (22-13, NIT semifinalist previous year)
2011: Missouri, Notre Dame (Sweet Sixteen and finished #5 previous year, finished #23 that year), Georgia (21-12 and NCAA bid previous year)
2010: Kansas State, Duke (Reigning National Champs, finished #3 that year), Gonzaga (Ranked #22 previous year, Sweet Sixteen that year), Marquette (22-12 previous year, Sweet Sixteen that year)
2009: Wichita State (17-17 previous year), Pittsburgh (Elite Eight and finished #4 previous year, finished #18 that year), Texas (21-11 and NCAA bid previous year)
2008: Kansas, Syracuse (21-14 previous year, Sweet Sixteen and finished #13 that year), Florida (24-12 previous year, 25-11 that year), Washington (Finished #16 that year)
2007: Missouri, UCLA (Final Four and finished #7 previous year, Final Four and finished #3 that year), Michigan State (23-12 and NCAA bid previous year, Sweet Sixteen and finished #19 that year), Maryland (25-9 and NCAA Bid previous year)

And this year?

2013: Wichita State, BYU (24-12, NIT bid last year), Texas (16-18 last year), DePaul (11-21 last year)


I know that's a lot of numbers and not organized terribly well, but the point is that the CBE Classic is generally a pretty high-class tournament, drawing at least two, if not three 20-win teams (aside from the local host) every year.  Even in the year when Wichita State wasn't very good and hosted, teams didn't seem to be too scared.  But the year that Wichita State is coming off a Final Four and is actually good?  Good teams won't come near them, unless they're mid-majors too.  This is the kind of thing that WSU faces in its entire schedule.
 
2014-02-20 07:08:41 PM
WSU isn't any good, they don't schedule anyone...blah, blah, blah, blah.

Guess what, only one team is undefeated.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
 
2014-02-20 07:43:46 PM
Torn; I mean, I'm still annoyed at BC for starting this whole farking mess with college realignment.  On the other hand, I farking hated Suck-a-cuse when they were in the Big East, and I hate them just as much for leaving it.

I guess I have to go with BC on this one.  I mean, seriously, Coach K Jr. is still the most overrated coach ever, and a horrible douche on top of it.  And they had plenty to do with the NCAA thinking they could hold games in football stadiums when they belong in arenas.    So fark Suck-a-cuse.
 
2014-02-20 11:15:12 PM
Go Hoos!

/That is all.
 
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