Rankings add to intrigue

1 comment by   |   Monday, February 18, 2008 - 4:31 pm EDT

Coaches say IU is No. 14 and Purdue No. 15.

Media says Purdue is No. 14 and IU is No. 15.

Both polls in their entirety can be found here. 

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#1 Thursday, March 6, 2008 - 8:50 PM EDT

I think that the media and the other coaches are not giving Indiana enough credit for what they did earlier. They might have lost a seriously tough game against a REALLY good team, but think about how the stood up against some bad teams, Northwestern and Ohio State. They gutted those games to a win WITHOUT their head coach, Kelvin Sampson. I am not saying that they are the best team in the country, but are at a disadvantage, but I think they diserve a top 15 rating, and not 18. I think that they diserve a 13 or 14 rank, and that Purdue diserves a lower rate. Remember, the Hoosiers might have had a hard time against easy-to-beat teams, but Purdue, still having their head coach, LOST to a team that they should have won to, to still be in first place, but they let Ohio State slip away from them in overtime! This is why I think that the Indiana Hoosiers are better than the Purdue Boilermakers! They diserve that ranking of 14!

 


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