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  1. The difference with the NBA and college football is that college football cannot live in the "bubble" that the NBA is creating.
  2. It's silly to try to compare Pearl and Calipari here. It's as simple as UK won the regular season championship (by a few games) and so he wins coach of the year. I promise you CBP isn't too bothered that he didn't win. If anything he's probably pretty ticked that Wiley didn't even make the second team. I, for one, feel like Austin got snubbed.
  3. No huge surprise with Cal winning Coach of the Year. Going back to 2000, there have only been 3 years (2001, 2007, and 2019) when the COY's team did not win or share the regular season conference championship.
  4. Doughty deservedly on the First Team and Okoro made Second Team. Okoro also made the All Freshman (duh) and Defensive teams. Calipari Coach of the Year and Quickley Player of the Year. First Team All-SEC Kira Lewis Jr., Alabama Mason Jones, Arkansas Samir Doughty, Auburn Keyontae Johnson, Florida Immanuel Quickley, Kentucky Nick Richards, Kentucky Skylar Mays, LSU Breein Tyree, Ole Miss Reggie Perry, Mississippi State Second Team All-SEC John Petty Jr., Alabama Isaac Okoro, Auburn Kerry Blackshear Jr., Florida Anthony Edwards, Georgia Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky Maik Kotsar, South Carolina John Fulkerson, Tennessee Saben Lee, Vanderbilt All-Freshman Team Jaden Shackelford, Alabama Isaac Okoro, Auburn Scottie Lewis, Florida Anthony Edwards, Georgia Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky Trendon Watford, LSU Jermaine Couisnard, South Carolina Scotty Pippen Jr., Vanderbilt All-Defensive Team Herbert Jones, Alabama Isaac Okoro, Auburn Ashton Hagans, Kentucky Nick Richards, Kentucky Yves Pons, Tennessee Coach of the Year: John Calipari, Kentucky Player of the Year: Immanuel Quickley, Kentucky Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Skylar Mays, LSU Freshman of the Year: Anthony Edwards, Georgia Sixth-Man of the Year: Tyson Carter, Mississippi State Defensive Player of the Year: Yves Pons, Tennessee https://www.secsports.com/article/28877731/sec-announces-2020-men-basketball-awards
  5. Only negative this half was Wiley picking up a (bogus) third foul, which I’m not even sure the announcers noticed.
  6. The way I see this season: We've been playing with house money since we beat Kentucky. If someone had told me in October that this team would finish 25-6/24-7 and be a #3 or #4 seed in the SEC Tourney I'd have taken it in a heartbeat.
  7. Road games in basketball and football are very different beasts.
  8. Sure would have liked to see Wiley get to the free throw line some. But we showed that we can play with them away from Auburn and that’s big.
  9. Don't forget, Dunbar was a starter in our last 12 games last year.
  10. It's pretty ridiculous how jaded some posters on here have become over the past few seasons. Auburn basketball is 24-4 and I swear some of you are mad that we aren't undefeated.
  11. If Okoro is out tomorrow and Purifoy isn't feeling much better -- he'll get more shots.
  12. For people worried that Jamal Johnson hasn't made a shot in the last 5 games -- he's only taken a combined 9 shots in those games. 0/2 0/3 0/2 0/1 0/1 With his stroke he'll be fine if he gets more shots.
  13. I thought it was weird too, but then I started thinking maybe Purifoy isn’t the only one who has been sick. It may be an issue of a lot of tired legs.
  14. The more I watch the replay, I think the initial whistle was because Watford was calling a timeout. The ref looks right at him and blows the whistle to stop play. https://youtu.be/47EryuapkMM?t=1922