not that they needed it - or it was the difference
but there had to have been at least 4-5 calls where on replay kellogg commented that it was a bad call going against OU.
when they wanna go though - that team is unstoppable.
How many little shoves and knees and elbows and grabs did Oregon get away with?
Kellogg is a former Oregon coach, and his bias shined brightly.
I read that earlier today, and now that I try to verify it, I can't find anything. Looks like its not true.
He was in the NBA from 1982-1986 and has been a broadcaster since joining ESPN in 1990. So unless he was an assistant between 1986-1990, it didn't happen.
and a physical game is a physical game - that's just the way it is
there just weren't any bad calls that really went against UL tonight - so it goes sometimes.
That was the flattest defensive performance I've seen from UL in a long while.
Give Altman credit, though. Guy can coach. That Kazemi kid can really play.
that Pitino is 10-0 in Sweet Sixteens with an AVERAGE margin of victory of over twenty points. Pretty incredible if accurate.
Pitino is now 11-0 in the S16. The first 10 wins each were by double digits. I guess he's slipping.
1987 -- beat Alabama, 103-82
1992 -- beat UMass, 87-77
1993 -- beat Wake, 103-69
1995 -- beat ASU, 97-73
1996 -- beat Utah, 101-70
1997 -- beat St. Joe's, 83-69
2005 -- beat Washington 93-79
2008 -- beat Tennessee 79-60
2009 -- beat Arizona 103-64
2012 -- beat MSU 57-44
2013 -- beat Oregon 77-69
Something isn't right here.