College Basketball 2022-23

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by jumpkutz, Nov 12, 2022.

  1. jumpkutz

    jumpkutz Well-Known Member

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    College hoops season officially started this past week. It’ll be interesting here around the former Bermuda Triangle of D-1 basketball. Kentucky has two wins at home vs. Howard and Duquesne, but have been less than impressive. But…they’re missing POY Oscar Tshiebwe, out with what was termed a minor knee procedure Oct. 13th. He was supposed to be ready for the opener but is still having some swelling. Not good. They’ll be better, but how much better? Cal’s one and done system has hit the skids in recent seasons. They’ve got Michigan State in Indy Tuesday.
    Louisville will struggle. They’ve lost an exhibition to Lenoir-Rhyne and home games that count against Bellarmine, a Louisville Catholic school, and Wright State. Scoring has been the Cards Achille’s heel, although they got 80 against Chaminade (W) and 72 in today’s loss against Wright. There’s a 50-50 chance Kenny Payne may not last the season if this trend continues. It’s been ugly.
    Indiana figures to be better under Mike Woodson in year two. They’re 2-0 after beating Morehead State and Bethune-Cookman in Bloomington. They play Xavier in Cincinnati Friday. How much better will the Hoosiers be? Perhaps more importantly, will they become relevant nationally again? It may be possible.
     
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