Come on home, Ray.
Wow. MNU started off the game down 0-11 but came back and laid a beat-down on Mayville State, outscoring them 47-29 in the second period. Final score: 78-60.
That big banner will look real nice hanging in the Cook Center. Congrats to tournament MVP Adam Hepker. He’s probably going to need to sit in the ice tub for a while.
I exchanged e-mails yesterday with David Boyce, the Kansas City Star reporter that’s been following the Pioneers. Here’s something cool he said:
Rocky keeps getting better as a coach. He’s put together an amazing NAIA team this year, one that I think is the best in Kansas City. In a tournament at neutral site, I think MidAmerica would come out on top against UMKC, Rockhurst, Park, Avila and William Jewell.
I especially like that part about Jewell.
MidAmerica went into halftime ahead 36-28 and the only reason it was that close was because the Pioneers looked bored.
C’mon guys…. Gotta stick it to ’em.
There’s no way in the world a 67 year-old guy can outrun me.
— Charles Barkley
In case you missed how this whole thing went down:
Sprignostication #3: Dick Bevetta beats Charles Barkley and Barkley tries to cheat.
Ok, here’s the deal. Sometimes I just have gut feelings about things. So, I’m going to start posting them on here for you, Loyal Reader.
Sprignostication Accuracy Rating: 0%
(BTW, my accuracy goal is Steve Nash’s three throw percentage.)