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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #200 on: February 20, 2012, 04:51:50 PM »
Almost correct.  It put them in the Sweet 16.  We were playing Cuse and Moten in that Erwin shithole in Austin (right after we sweaked by Texas Southern).  They were playing Missou in Boise which probably still holds record for ugliest floor.

I was at that game.  While I hated Texas fans prior to this game, and pretty much have hated Texas fans SINCE that game, that day, I never hated Texas fans more.  We were what, 4 or 5 seasons removed from the SWC and man those mothertruckers hated us.  They showed up EN MASSE just to root for Syracuse against us.  And after the game, they trash talked as if their team was playing.  My dad and I went to the game and afterwards, he had to restrain me numerous times when I wanted to go beat the aMm out of some trash talking Longhorn fan.  Somehow, we made it to the car without any physical contact with anyone.  My fists were very mad at me because they wanted action so bad.  :)

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #201 on: February 20, 2012, 06:23:59 PM »
90's starting 5
Mayberry
Day
Thurman
Williamson
Miller

Bench:
Beck
McDaniel
Crawford
Hood
Roosevelt Wallace. Position: enforcer
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« Reply #202 on: February 20, 2012, 06:40:28 PM »
90's starting 5
Mayberry
Day
Thurman
Williamson
Miller

Bench:
Beck
McDaniel
Crawford
Hood
Roosevelt Wallace. Position: enforcer

You better get Lenzie Howell in there somewhere.
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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #203 on: February 20, 2012, 06:50:30 PM »
You better get Lenzie Howell in there somewhere.

And Ron Huery.
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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #204 on: February 20, 2012, 06:59:04 PM »
90's starting 5
Mayberry
Day
Thurman
Williamson
Miller

Bench:
Beck
McDaniel
Crawford
Hood
Roosevelt Wallace. Position: enforcer

Great list.  Only differences I would make would be Howell and Hawk in for Crawford and Rosie.  Although, there's nothing wrong with your list.  I loved me some Rosie.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #205 on: February 20, 2012, 07:30:20 PM »
90's starting 5
Mayberry
Day
Thurman
Williamson
Miller

Bench:
Beck
McDaniel
Crawford
Hood
Roosevelt Wallace. Position: enforcer

you don't have a pg on the starter's list.  day/thurman play the same position, I'd take Day and put thurman on the bench.  starting pg would be arlyn (sp?) bowers.  I think he was better than beck

starters
bowers
mayberry
day
williamson
miller

bench
beck
mcdaniel
thurman
heury
stewart

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« Reply #206 on: February 20, 2012, 07:37:03 PM »
no way.  both are overrated as Razorbacks, pargo due to his NBA success
You are insane.

Pargo essentially carried the team... Nolan got pissy with him because he always decided to take the shot, but he looked around at those teams and realized that the only baller was him. 

Pargo, to me, is the most underrated basketball player we've had in my time following the Hogs. 

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #207 on: February 20, 2012, 07:53:45 PM »
you don't have a pg on the starter's list.  day/thurman play the same position, I'd take Day and put thurman on the bench.  starting pg would be arlyn (sp?) bowers.  I think he was better than beck

starters
bowers
mayberry
day
williamson
miller

bench
beck
mcdaniel
thurman
heury
stewart
Uh, Lee Mayberry is my PG.

Ron Huery post flat tire/coke/Memphis was the same.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #208 on: February 21, 2012, 08:46:31 AM »
And Ron Huery.

And Ron Huery's fellow Tennesseer...Cannon Whitby.  He and Dillard would have defenses starting at half court.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #209 on: February 21, 2012, 11:11:54 AM »
You are insane.

Pargo essentially carried the team... Nolan got pissy with him because he always decided to take the shot, but he looked around at those teams and realized that the only baller was him. 

Pargo, to me, is the most underrated basketball player we've had in my time following the Hogs.

I never thought he was that good.  He had a day against Florida that I'll never forget, but other than that, I can't name even one other game where I remember him.  He could shoot, but was inconsistent and couldn't drive and pull up real well.  But maybe it's because he played with marginal talent.  He definitely would have been much better on the mid-90's teams or even this year's team.
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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #210 on: February 21, 2012, 05:58:14 PM »
I never thought he was that good.  He had a day against Florida that I'll never forget, but other than that, I can't name even one other game where I remember him.  He could shoot, but was inconsistent and couldn't drive and pull up real well.  But maybe it's because he played with marginal talent.  He definitely would have been much better on the mid-90's teams or even this year's team.

Pargo was phenomenal, and Adebayo was the real deal before the NCAA fricked us.  That kid had a future until he got uprooted and sent to the non-coaching morons at Memphis.

I almost put Pate on that list, as well.  With four years under Nolan and Mike's coaching he might have been a phenom.  We'll never know.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #211 on: February 21, 2012, 06:12:36 PM »
I never thought he was that good. 

How many years has he played in the NBA? 

Yeah, he's not that good.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #212 on: February 21, 2012, 06:48:34 PM »
Mayberry not a PG?

Wow, look at the aMm that resulted from the thread I started.

There's a lesson in here somewhere.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #213 on: February 21, 2012, 07:27:11 PM »
Mayberry not a PG?

Wow, look at the aMm that resulted from the thread I started.

There's a lesson in here somewhere.
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« Reply #214 on: February 21, 2012, 07:29:07 PM »
Not only that, but SeaBass thinks Truck was better than Beck.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #215 on: February 21, 2012, 07:48:26 PM »
all you guys saying mayberry was a pg...

you serious clark? 

i was in jr high but i still paid a lot of attention to the hogs and watched them on teh teves religiously.  i'm pretty damn sure that 89-91 starting line up was something like this most of the time

1. bowers
2. mayberry
3. day
4. heury/credit/howell
5. miller

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #216 on: February 21, 2012, 07:51:16 PM »
all you guys saying mayberry was a pg...

you serious clark? 

i was in jr high but i still paid a lot of attention to the hogs and watched them on teh teves religiously.  i'm pretty damn sure that 89-91 starting line up was something like this most of the time

1. bowers
2. mayberry
3. day
4. heury/credit/howell
5. miller

Yes, I'm seriously saying Mayberry could play the 1.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #217 on: February 21, 2012, 08:01:59 PM »
When push came to shove Mayberry played the 1.

And he was the best MFing PG we've had. Ask Tom Penders.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #218 on: February 21, 2012, 08:02:35 PM »
all you guys saying mayberry was a pg...

you serious clark? 

i was in jr high but i still paid a lot of attention to the hogs and watched them on teh teves religiously.  i'm pretty damn sure that 89-91 starting line up was something like this most of the time

1. bowers
2. mayberry
3. day
4. heury/credit/howell
5. miller
That offense was run through Lee Mayberry. Bowers was a defensive spark plug and a nightmare for other teams, but the pill was either in Mayberry or Days hands.
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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #219 on: February 21, 2012, 08:59:36 PM »
all you guys saying mayberry was a pg...

you serious clark? 

i was in jr high but i still paid a lot of attention to the hogs and watched them on teh teves religiously.  i'm pretty damn sure that 89-91 starting line up was something like this most of the time

1. bowers
2. mayberry
3. day
4. heury/credit/howell
5. miller

Mayberry was the best point we've had since Boot.  Period.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #220 on: February 21, 2012, 09:06:16 PM »
We've had some pretty retarded arguments on this board, but debating Mayberry was the best PG takes the cake.  This is not even a conversation, much less an argument.  Move on.  Nothing to see here.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #221 on: February 21, 2012, 09:11:40 PM »
Most underrated player from the 90's IMO was Roger Crawford


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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #222 on: February 21, 2012, 11:14:35 PM »
What song?

The rap song that was featured prominently throughout the documentary. 

I had never heard that song until the documentary, but it needs to be played pre-game.  Loudly.  Every game.

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« Reply #223 on: February 22, 2012, 09:14:11 AM »
The rap song that was featured prominently throughout the documentary. 

I had never heard that song until the documentary, but it needs to be played pre-game.  Loudly.  Every game.

Per the director, Kenan Harris-Holley:
Song was by a group from Carolina called "Dying Breed." Song called "Pressure Makes." On iTunes soon.

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Re: "40 Minutes of Starkville" ESPNU, 8p.m. Official Thread
« Reply #224 on: February 22, 2012, 09:20:30 AM »
all you guys saying mayberry was a pg...

you serious clark? 

i was in jr high but i still paid a lot of attention to the hogs and watched them on teh teves religiously.  i'm pretty damn sure that 89-91 starting line up was something like this most of the time

1. bowers
2. mayberry
3. day
4. heury/credit/howell
5. miller


Mayberry left the UA with 729 career assists.  At the time, that was the school record (only now surpassed by Kareem Reid's 748 from 1995-1999). 

He couldn't play PG?
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