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I keep seeing how everyone thinks you all are going to drop in basketball. Is this because you think its going to be tougher road in the B1G?
This post was edited by joshwfo 17 months ago
"In the deed, the glory"
More like Basketball falls second to Football.
In fairness, the money is generated on the football field in the B1G (obviously now you all get to share in it) We do take basketball very seriously... go look at the MSU/tOSU/Indiana boards and you will see that its extremely important.
I don't see the drop in basketball.. In fact, Maryland had already dropped anyway and is now on the road to recovery through Turgeon. Sure the ACC was a sell, but so was Maryland itself. That won't change, neither will the coach.. I think it'll be great, though I'll absolutely miss playing teams I've been comfortable with for so long
I don't doubt that, the Big 10 is a very good basketball conference. Better than the ACC at the moment. But in the ACC (At least for the more traditional schools) Basketball is number one.
Also for the record I'm 100% for this move.
I look forward to watching us play big 10 teams in all sports, especially basketball.
other than playing at penn state, nebraska and iowa... you are going to find the rest of them have good B1G fans playing on the road is as hard as it is in the ACC... the good thing is you do come into the tourny battle tested.....
This definitely puts an interesting spin on the Big Ten/ACC Challenge for the next 2 years doesn't it?
Nebraska will have one of the top arenas in the country next year and it will be packed. We are lacking the talent right now, but the wheels have been put in place for success. This move helps us in bball recruiting immensely.
Nebraska has spent around 500 million on new facilities including new arena/practice courts.
This is an informative video with Exec. Associate A.D. Marc Boehm about the newly-passed Lincoln Haymarket Arena. Originally aired on the Nebraska Basketball Show in March.
Here is the practice facility.
UNL Junior Ryan Mueksch put this story together for BRDC 369 on how the new Hendricks Training Complex is affecting Husker athletics.
I can't wait until we are building a sweet practice facility like Nebraska. Anyone who was against this move just needs to look at the fact that Nebraska basketball was building SICK practice facilities that we don't have the funds to build. Well now we do!
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
So would I be right to guess you're a Nebraska fan?
It's hard to tell by any of your pics.
Because well, lets be honest...Everyone loves a nice ass.
If the basketball recruiting stays on pace, the Terps could be the 2014 ACC Tournament Champs and the 2015 Big Ten Tournament Champs.
Come on out and get your whoopin!
Yes I am a Nebraska fan... lol. I am also a fan of nice ass...
"I think the pros of this are that we're going to a really good league with good coaches,'' Turgeon said. "I have a really good job at Maryland. I don't know if there are any cons to this.''
How will Maryland's move to the Big Ten affect its men's basketball program? The current coach and the legendary one he followed chime in.
This Buckeye fan supports that message.
I came in here with something to say but I got distracted by something.
they think its been built for basketball... in reality it will draw larger crowds for womens volleyball....... lol
The volleyball team has its own arena... close but no cigar.
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