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Posted on: March 10, 2010 5:26 pm
Edited on: March 10, 2010 5:46 pm
 

Corn, Tigers Husked in Big 12 Tourney

C.M. TOMLIN


The Big 12 Tournament (or, as I like to call it, "The Cowboy Tournament") sees Missou riding off into the sunset after a besting by Nebraska. Guard Ryan Anderson led the charge for a 75-60 Huskers victory over the Tigers with sixteen points and nine rebounds, which means Doc Sadler's (note: not a licensed doctor) boys will progress to take on Texas A&M tomorrow in Kansas City (note: not in Kansas). The chips will be stacked against the boys in red as they take on the Aggies -- and we all know that there's only one time of the year when the student body of Texas A&M stops looking inside cow rectums and starts lovin' basketball, and that's when March tourney play begins. They take it seriously, and as a four-seed may have the Huskers' number tomorrow. You're just going to have to not-sleep and obsess endlessly about this matchup until tomorrow, America.

Elsewhere in the last hour, the MEAC wrapped up a first round game in Coppin St vs. Maryland Eastern Shore, proving 64-58 that Shorebirds are scrappier than Eages (not in real life - so calm down, bird scientists!). However, in typical MEAC fashion, it's a half hour after the game and still no box scores are available, so it's entirely possible that while no one watched this game on television, no one watched it in person either. You know as much as I do about this game, America. Apparently, unless you played in this game, you don't know anything about it.
Posted on: March 9, 2010 2:48 pm
Edited on: March 9, 2010 3:23 pm
 

MEAC Preview: An Interview with Sean Combs

Drew Franklin

 

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament tips off tonight in Winston-Salem, NC and Joel Coliseum will be rocking.  I'm exciited for great postseason basketball but admittedly oblivious to the MEAC basketball experience.  I know of the participating universities and what's at stake, but outside of that, I am clueless.

In order to fully grasp the MEAC, I sat down for an EXCLUSIVE interview with Howard University grad Sean "Diddy" Combs:

CBS: Puff Daddy, let me start by thanking you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me today.

Diddy:  Don't call me Puff Daddy.

CBS:  Oh, excuse me... Puffy?

Diddy:  NO.  It's P. Diddy.

CBS:  Ah, I apologize.  So, P. Diddy...

Diddy: Call me Diddy.

CBS:  Ok now I'm just confused.  Diddy, as a Howard University alum, tell me a little bit about the MEAC.

Diddy:  The MEAC is made up of twelve historically black conferences.  We got Hampton, Delaware State, Morgan State, South Carolina State, North Carolina A&T, Winston-Salem State, Florida A&M, North Carolina Central, Maryland-Eastern Shore, Bethune-Cookman, Coppin State and my Bisons at Howard University.

CBS:  Are all of these teams participating in the MEAC Tournament?  Who do you have winning it all?

Diddy:  Nah, Winston-Salem is sitting out the postseason and going back to D-II next year.  As far as the champs go, my Bisons are winning it all from the #8 spot. 

CBS: Do you really think Howard can win it all as the #8 seed?  Morgan State seems like a lock.

Diddy:  The sun don't shine forever.  So as long as it's here then we might as well shine together.  Better now than ever, business before pleasure.  Howard University, who you know do it better?

CBS:  Well, I'd say Morgan State does it better.  They went 15-1 in conference play and they're the defending conference tournament champs.

Diddy: Don't make a ass outta yourself by assumin', what are you provin'?  You know that I'm two levels above you, baby.

CBS:  Two levels, indeed.  I still like Morgan State as the favorite but anything can happen in March, I guess.  There are a lot of strong teams in this conference.

Diddy:  Yeah, there's a couple teams that have the stremf they need to proceed.  Stremf they need to believe.

CBS:  I agree, lots of stremf.  It's going to be a great tournament.  Any key players to watch out for?

Diddy:  Reggie Holmes from Morgan State leads the conference.  Look out for Norfolk's Michael Deloach, too.  Both are dropping 20+ points per game.  Plus, they are future pro players, which means they'll have mo' problems.

CBS:  Because they'll have mo' money, right?

Diddy:  (silence)

CBS:  Ok, that'll do it.  Diddy, any last words?

Diddy:  Yeah, I wanna say R.I.P. Biggie.  Today, March 9th, is the thirteenth anniversary of his death.

CBS:  I didn't realize that.  I, too, read Word Up magazine.  We'll keep him in our thoughts.

Diddy:  My thoughts so big I just can't define.  Wish I could turn back the hands of time.  Us in the 6, shop for new clothes and kicks...

CBS:  That'll be enough.  Thanks again for your time.

Diddy:  One.

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