Best College Basketball Traditions?

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Thomas Ewin » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 00:55:23


In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Stev » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 01:04:33



-In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
-take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
-the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
-the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.
-

For many many years, I have had an individual tradition of not giving
half a shit about basketball.

As The Master, R.W.Lardner once said,
        "I have seen one game of basket ball and I don't need to see another."

Steve

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 01:06:34

Quote:

> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

The human sacrifices at Rupp Arena are pretty inspiring. Good production
values too.

--
It Came From Corry Lee Smith's Unclaimed Mysteries.
http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Bill Lan » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 01:14:48


Quote:
> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that
> fans take part in during college basketball games?  I want to
> know, from the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny
> schools, what are the most original and powerful traditions in
> NCAA basketball.

It's a toss-up between "Waiting for Football Season" and "Being the
victim of other schools' traditions"

--
wjlmuttatyeahwhodotcom

"I before E except after C, and E before N in chicken"

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Sparkou » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 08:38:18


Quote:
> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

My greatest tradition is to ignore it agressively,.
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Trent Woodruf » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 09:23:38

Quote:

>In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
>take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
>the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
>the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

College basketball is gay.

...I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer god than you do.  When you
understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours.
- Stephen Roberts

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by John Roger » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 09:56:03

A flute without holes, is not a flute, Thomas Ewing

Quote:
>In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
>take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
>the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
>the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

The "Intimidation Bleachers" in Auburn's Beard-Eaves Memorial
Coliseum, circa 1980-85.

"Phil Cox? PHIL COX???!?!?! 1Z THAT Y3R NAM3 OR Y3R HOBBY??!?!?!?"

HAW!!!!!

John Rogers
AU Class of 1985
The Al Del Greco of Atlanta
The Nail Gun of Quiet Reflection
Deacon Dr. John Flow
RSFC Lay Eucharistic Minister
The Lost 7th Member of the 'Friends' Cast

"*** ground acquisition games such as football are in fact
a crypto-fascist metaphor for nuclear war."

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Carl Bank » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 09:34:00


Quote:
> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans take
> part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from the upper
> echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are the most
> original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

Having playoffs.

--
Carl Banks

                       1     2     3     4     Total
  --------------------------------------------------
  Appalachian St.      7    21     3     3        34
  (5) Michigan        14     3     9     6        32

                          Mountaineers   Wolverines
  -------------------------------------------------
  First Downs                     21           25
    Passing                        9           12
    Rushing                       11           13
    Penalty                        1            0
  Third Down Efficiency         7-13         7-15
  Fourth Down Efficiency         0-0          0-2
  TOTAL NET YARDS                388          481
    Total Plays                   67           77
    Average Gain Per Play        5.8          6.2
  NET YARDS RUSHING              162          245
    Rushes                        44           39
    Average Per Rush             3.7          6.3
  NET YARDS PASSING              226          236
    Completions-Attempts       17-23        20-38
    Yards Per Pass Play          9.8          6.2
    Times Sacked                   0            0
    Yards Lost to Sacks            0            0
    Had Intercepted                2            1
  PUNTS                            4            3
    Average Punt                33.0         48.7
  PENALTIES                        7            7
    Penalty Yards                 45           55
  FUMBLES                          1            1
    Fumbles Lost                   1            1

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Thu, 04 Oct 2007 12:26:07


Quote:
> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

I like how Penn State has some of their pep rallies for football in the BJC.
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Chris Boy » Fri, 05 Oct 2007 13:17:16


Quote:
> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

LOSING TO THE NON AGGY SCHOOL
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Glen Heima » Fri, 05 Oct 2007 15:37:04

"Unclaimed Mysteries"

Quote:

> > In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
> > take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
> > the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
> > the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

> The human sacrifices at Rupp Arena are pretty inspiring. Good production
> values too.

Are the organs (and I don't mean Baldwin, Yamaha, or ***) harvested and go
to the highest bidder?

Heiman

Quote:

> --
> It Came From Corry Lee Smith's Unclaimed Mysteries.
> http://SportToday.org/

 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Archie Leac » Fri, 05 Oct 2007 15:32:26

Quote:

>"Unclaimed Mysteries"



>> > In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
>> > take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
>> > the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
>> > the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

>> The human sacrifices at Rupp Arena are pretty inspiring. Good production
>> values too.

>Are the organs (and I don't mean Baldwin, Yamaha, or ***) harvested and go
>to the highest bidder?

So that's what ended up happening to Saul Smith.
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Randolph M. Jone » Fri, 05 Oct 2007 22:57:22

Quote:

> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

Winning 11 NCAA championships?
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Jefferson N. Glapsk » Sat, 06 Oct 2007 11:00:09



Quote:

>> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
>> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
>> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
>> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

> Winning 11 NCAA championships?

Basketball does not have a championship. They have bowl games.
 
 
 

Best College Basketball Traditions?

Post by Randolph M. Jone » Sat, 06 Oct 2007 12:12:27

Quote:




>>> In your opinion, what are the best individual traditions that fans
>>> take part in during college basketball games?  I want to know, from
>>> the upper echelon of the top conferences to the tiny schools, what are
>>> the most original and powerful traditions in NCAA basketball.

>> Winning 11 NCAA championships?

> Basketball does not have a championship. They have bowl games.

My bad.