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  1. 2017-18 Season

    Mr. Shanks is tearing it up in Chicago - 6 PTS. in 4 games. Would still be a good plug in the middle when avants needs a rest.
  2. 2018-2019 Recruiting

    I can't find anything on the Wichita St. board talking about this?
  3. 2017-18 Season

    Josh Collins is still listed on the Active Roster
  4. 2017-18 Season

    I could see only Moody playing much this year. Al depends on the new faces. If they all play well, he could also redshirt. He is a scorer and three point shooter.
  5. Coordinators & Position Coaches

    I vote for this guy. UND Quarterback 2007-2011 Jake Landry is in his second season as an assistant football coach in 2017. He serves as UW-La Crosse's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach while working in the sports performance center in the intercollegiate athletics department.
  6. FIRE RUDOLPH

    For what it worth, Paul and Renae Rudolf purchased a house in Grand Forks on 6-30-2014. Not sure if it is the same Paul Rudolf, but I would bet it is.
  7. 2017-18 Season

    Looks like UND/NDSU Men's/Women's BB games will be a split doubleheader Dec. 9 in the Betty. Women at 2:00 Men at 7:00. I would much rather move both games to REA and play an old fashioned double header with 7,000+ fans in the stands?
  8. Former Players

    Nice article on Kenny Golladay: Winner: Kenny Golladay looks like the next small-school kid turned NFL star The Detroit Lions appear to have uncovered a diamond in the rough. Golladay, a third-round pick out of Northern Illinois, was the most explosive player on the field Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts hosted the Lions. Though he only caught three passes, he went for 53 yards and caught two touchdowns, outscoring the home team all by himself. Those who have been watching this young man during training camp are not surprised, however. He’s been dominating his teammates in practice and appears to have all the physical tools to be consistently successful in this league.
  9. 2017 Season

    My son tore his a year ago. Playing pick up Basketball. Played 3 games and was sitting down taking off his shoes to quit. Got talked into one more game to 10. Pulled down a rebound, turned to go up court and tore the Achilles. Said it hurt like a mother ?????. 3 months of no weight and 3 months of rehab and is doing fine now.
  10. 2017 Season

    MY Bad, moved to Men's BB
  11. 2017-2018 Recruiting

    Nice Article on Dale Jones. Should be a nice fit and replacement for Brinstine: skip navigation Player Finder JC Recruiting Class Breakdown: What is Iowa getting in Dale Jones from Tyler JC? 06/21/2015, 12:00pm EDT By Brad Winton We will break down many of the top 2015 division one junior college recruiting classes over the next several weeks. Some D1 programs rely heavily on JUCO transfers, while others may only pick up one every few years. Today we will take a look at Iowa’s JC recruiting class, which features one of the top junior college players in the country in the 2015 class. Dale Jones committed to Iowa after completing his sophomore season at Tyler JC. He is currently ranked as the #8 player in our www.JucoRecruiting.com 2015 Top 100 Player Rankings. Our final 2015 rankings will be released in June. What is Iowa getting in Jones? Dale Jones is a 6’8 3 man, who was very impressive when we watched him multiple times throughout the season. Jones is very versatile on the offensive end of has deep range on his jumper. He creates matchup problems for defenders with his unique ability to score in the low and mid post while also being able to sretech the floor and score off the dribble from the perimeter. Jones can create his own shot and has very good footwork on the perimeter. He uses his size well to face up smaller defenders and use a jab series to create space before shooting over smaller defenders. Jones sees the floor very well and is a good passer from the perimeter and from the high-post. He has a smooth and fluid game that should translate very well to the next level. Quality shooters are hard to come by, especially shooters who are 6’8, and Iowa did a very good job of recruiting Jones heavily throughout his sophomore year. On the defensive end, Jones does a solid job of keeping perimeter players in front of him and uses his body well in the low post. He will most likely have to guard threes and stretch four men in the Big 10. Jones does a nice job on the glass on both ends of the floor and has the ability to rebound the ball and initiate the transition break. Jones suffered a knee injury at Tyler, but looked to be almost fully recovered during regional tournament and national tournament play. He still has some issues with lateral mobility on the defensive end when guarding on the perimeter, but his knee did get stronger as the year went on. He should be at full strength by the time the 2015-16 season roles around. 0 Delete Share this post Link to post Share on other sites
  12. 2017 Season

    Nice Article on Dale Jones. Should be a nice fit and replacement for Brinstine: skip navigation Player Finder JC Recruiting Class Breakdown: What is Iowa getting in Dale Jones from Tyler JC? 06/21/2015, 12:00pm EDT By Brad Winton We will break down many of the top 2015 division one junior college recruiting classes over the next several weeks. Some D1 programs rely heavily on JUCO transfers, while others may only pick up one every few years. Today we will take a look at Iowa’s JC recruiting class, which features one of the top junior college players in the country in the 2015 class. Dale Jones committed to Iowa after completing his sophomore season at Tyler JC. He is currently ranked as the #8 player in our www.JucoRecruiting.com 2015 Top 100 Player Rankings. Our final 2015 rankings will be released in June. What is Iowa getting in Jones? Dale Jones is a 6’8 3 man, who was very impressive when we watched him multiple times throughout the season. Jones is very versatile on the offensive end of has deep range on his jumper. He creates matchup problems for defenders with his unique ability to score in the low and mid post while also being able to sretech the floor and score off the dribble from the perimeter. Jones can create his own shot and has very good footwork on the perimeter. He uses his size well to face up smaller defenders and use a jab series to create space before shooting over smaller defenders. Jones sees the floor very well and is a good passer from the perimeter and from the high-post. He has a smooth and fluid game that should translate very well to the next level. Quality shooters are hard to come by, especially shooters who are 6’8, and Iowa did a very good job of recruiting Jones heavily throughout his sophomore year. On the defensive end, Jones does a solid job of keeping perimeter players in front of him and uses his body well in the low post. He will most likely have to guard threes and stretch four men in the Big 10. Jones does a nice job on the glass on both ends of the floor and has the ability to rebound the ball and initiate the transition break. Jones suffered a knee injury at Tyler, but looked to be almost fully recovered during regional tournament and national tournament play. He still has some issues with lateral mobility on the defensive end when guarding on the perimeter, but his knee did get stronger as the year went on. He should be at full strength by the time the 2015-16 season roles around.
  13. First Three Games 2017

    31-41 Win over Utah, they overlook us in 1st half and our defense holds them in 2nd half 38-0 Win Pound them like they did us a few years ago. We are much improved and they have fallen off 42-31 Win Our defense is better than theres
  14. Let's Go To Vermillion

    Lets hope they don't have room to stop in Fargo and Fargo Fans can then put together another bus.
  15. 2017-18 Season

    IF the 6'10" Cashman had not get kicked off the team last summer, Walters most likely would have red shirted. With him gone Walters was forced to play. Billy Brown is too slow with his feet and shot release to ever be much of a D! player. If he were playing against UND's quick guards, he would get eaten up.
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