Indiana drops interest in Beejay Old Susana Anna he is yours wolfies no one else wants him

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  • SpartanDude Nov 12, 2012

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    Ah, that makes even more sense.

  • FAN72 Nov 12, 2012
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    Indiana dropped the offer to Anya when they found out that UNC recruit Vonleh was going to commit to Indiana. They are now out of schollys.

  • SpartanDude Nov 11, 2012

    The only interpretation I can make is that Indiana, like many other schools, backed off their official level of interest when they became aware that their target is no longer interested in their program and is leaning or about to announce commitment to another school. I see no negative here for IU or NCSU. I recall both UNC and Duke backed off interest on Shabazz last year when he decided to go with UCLA. It's probably for the best as Shabazz is not eligible this season due to impermissible agent benefits for travel to perhaps both Duke and UNC last year.

  • Unc r Hypocrits Nov 11, 2012
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    Amen, brother!

  • buckets112 Nov 11, 2012
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    just goes to show you far state bball has come if the other team's leftovers that we sign are in the top 50. i can accept that.

  • 903 mens national championships Nov 11, 2012
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    Now we know why IU dropped him:

  • WolfPackInTheHizzouse Nov 11, 2012
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    they're (pastel U fans) not the brightest bunch around.

    Gott's only signed ONE class so far at State, and it was a class that rated HIGHER than napoleon's.

    their ire, is understandable... just don't expect them to be rational.

  • Wolfpackalypse Now Nov 11, 2012
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    Only a T-hole could be so cognitively deficient to believe he was somehow insulting NCSU by pointing out that this gives us the #3 center in the class of 2013. Wow...

  • WolfPackInTheHizzouse Nov 11, 2012
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    yeah... poor Gott's having a rough time getting the nation's best hoops stars to take a look at State.

    whatever, shall we do????


  • packalum10 Nov 11, 2012

    Indiana's lost interest had nothing to do with Anya's comments that NCSU is a good fit, perfect place for him or the fact that Noah Vonleh committed to Indiana last night. None at all. Reports indicate UNC had no interest in Noah V.

  • BigPapaWolf Nov 10, 2012

    Been off a while. Been sick and working too much when i can. I see some things have not changed while i was gone. Sport is still trying to bring down state with his off the wall claims. I could swear my IQ went up since i have not had to read the mindless garbage sport and other trolls bring to this board.

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  • Unc r Hypocrits Nov 10, 2012
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    A 4 star player? Ranked 31st in the nation? Darn right we'll take him.

    No body else wants him? Yeah, right sporty. Whatever floats your boat.

  • Dreamchaser Nov 9, 2012
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    Yet you felt the need to respond. Consider the pot stirred.

  • Jared Fogel Nov 9, 2012
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    That's weak and you're really reaching for bites on this one. Why would you link an article praising the kid's game while you claim "no one else wants him"?

    Nice try, but consider the pot not stirred.

  • swedish.chef Nov 9, 2012

    HA!!! I love it. He was offered by Ohio St, Arizona, Florida, Pitt, Indiana, UCLA and many more, but now, because he likes State, nobody else wants him. You're the guy who called girls "slvts" when they wanted to dance with everybody EXCEPT for you, aren't you?

  • Hans Nov 9, 2012
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    Only 14th? I assumed it was #1 from listening to the thumpers around here.

  • Coach Doherty Nov 9, 2012
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    It's just a game nut job!

  • UConnrulz Nov 9, 2012
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