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Mike Singletary was really good Wednesday night

Posted on: March 12, 2009 10:47 am
 

Mike Singletary scored 29 consecutive points for Texas Tech late Wednesday night.

Turns out, that almost never happens.

From Rob Carolla in the Big 12 office ...

-- CONSECUTIVE POINTS WITH NO TEAMMATES SCORING --

54 - Bill Mlkvy, Temple vs. Wilkes, March 3, 1951

29 - Mike Singletary, Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M, March 11, 2009

25 - Adam Hess, William & Mary vs. Hampton, February 3, 2003

Category: NCAAB
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Since: Mar 1, 2009
Posted on: March 12, 2009 3:50 pm
 

Mike Singletary was really good Wednesday night

Man that Navin guy is something like a stalker. 

Gary,

What is going in with the Big 12?  Two of the top 5 seeds have already gone down, and Oklahoma plays a very good OKST team today while Texas plays the number 5 team Kansas St..  If the Cowboys upset the Sooners, who they barely beat in Norman a week ago, and Texas can take care of the Wildcats I like the Horns to go ahead to a pretty easy Big 12 automatic bid.  Who do you think is going to take the Big 12 title home?

Mike Singletary was really impressive especially since one, he came off the bench and two he averaged 11 points a game before this exciting show.  But I feel bad for Tech because everyone knows after a big win a loss is not far away, in fact it's usually the next game.  Unfortunately for the Raiders their playing a good Mizzou team that is coming off a week's rest. I think their tournament hopes end tonight.

 




Since: Jan 27, 2009
Posted on: March 12, 2009 1:12 pm
 

Mike Singletary was really good Wednesday night

 

 Parrish, I was at MSG last night and I didn't see you. I was disappointed.

 

Do you think it is wise of my Big Ten loving friends to be talkin' trash since they are likely on pace for 8 bids? I keep warning them that the B10 teams are almost all going to be in the unprotected seeds... which means there is a good chance that there will be 8 B10 teams entering the tournament and only 2 or 3 still playing in the round of 32. Maye less. Isn't that losing record in the tourney going to overshadow any potential bragging rights they may have?

 

Also, stop ignoring me.

 

Navin



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