And I wasn't effin there! Home in Jersey b/c I had an interview in NYC yesterday
Good game btw UConn and USF too
C- Arinze Onuaku
PF- Donte Greene
SF- Paul Harris
SG- Eric Devendorf
Donte's going to be on the perimeter a lot so Rick Jackson can come in when we need another big man in the middle. Rautins off the bench as a shooter? I'll take that. The future is so bright for this team, hopefully I get a good NCAA tournament run before I graduate.
As for our chances this year, the Georgetown win made things a lot more interesting. I'll steal this from Andy Glockner on espn.com
He had Syracuse in his "Work left to do" category for the Big East:
Syracuse [17-9 (7-6), RPI: 47, SOS: 18] It was a crazy week for Syracuse, which dumped a bad one at South Florida before finding redemption in the form of a home win over Georgetown. The Cuse should be one of the most interesting teams to watch down the stretch. The Orange's last five are at Louisville and Notre Dame, home to Pitt, at Seton Hall and home to Marquette. There's no given win in there anywhere, but there are also multiple opportunities for additional big wins. If Syracuse gets to 9-9, the Orange would have a pretty good shot to get into the NCAAs. In nonconference play, their road win at Virginia is the best on an OK slate, and the Cavaliers aren't helping matters by sinking in the ACC. Home losses to UMass and Rhode Island are no disgrace, but certainly don't help.
SU has alot of work to do, they have ONE win over a top 50 team and it came at home and they have a number of bad losses. I don't think they even belong on the bubble at this point but they can still play their way in.
W/ today's loss SU is done unless they can have a deep run in the BE Tourney.
It all means nothing now anyway. What a bad bad loss today. How do you shot 60% from the field at home and lose.
That run would have to be real deep and there is really no reason to believe they can win more then 1 game in NYC.