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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.
90's starting 5MayberryDayThurmanWilliamsonMillerBench:BeckMcDanielCrawfordHoodRoosevelt Wallace. Position: enforcer
You better get Lenzie Howell in there somewhere.
no way. both are overrated as Razorbacks, pargo due to his NBA success
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 beckstartersbowersmayberrydaywilliamsonmillerbenchbeckmcdanielthurmanheurystewart
And Ron Huery.
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.
I never thought he was that good.
Mayberry not a PG?Wow, look at the aMm that resulted from the thread I started.There's a lesson in here somewhere.
Not only that, but SeaBass thinks Truck was better than Beck. lolwtfbbq?
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 time1. bowers2. mayberry3. day4. heury/credit/howell5. miller
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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