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Each week, just like with football, we’ll bring you the AP’s college basketball rankings along with serious, measured, professional analysis. Let’s get to Week 3!
These Allegations Against The Wisconsin-Green Bay Basketball Coach Are The New Standard For Horrible
Just when you thought it was safe for your child to play college basketball, look again. Brian Wardle, head coach of the Wisconsin-Green Bay basketball program, is under fire for allegedly making one of his players run until he “lost control of his bowels,” as well as calling the player names, humiliating him in public, and a few other mean nasty horrible things that make Mike Rice look like Gandhi.
The kid has comedy chops.
If you don’t know Michigan freshman Nik Stauskas, know that he is Canadian and an ungodly 3-point shooter. According logic, this means he is also a nice human being. However, his 6-foot-6, shooting-guard frame proves that he is not, in fact, Steve Nash.
Canadian shooters are likable people, so watch Nik drain 45-of-50 3-pointers in 25-degree weather on Christmas Eve, and hop on the bandwagon before everybody loves him come March. He somehow slipped under the recruiting radar, just a three-star recruit when Michigan signed him, though he rose later on. He’s inarguably been one of the top freshmen in the nation.
In case you can’t do the maths like I can, 45-of-50 is 90%. I can’t even get 90% of my pee in the toilet.
As the brackets unfolded in real time yesterday, each team gathered together to watch the selection show. And as each team was filmed reacting to their seeds, we were privy to some fantastic reaction shots. But all seed celebrations pale in comparison to N.C. State, which went absolutely nuts over their selection. See what it feels like to be an 11-seed after the jump.