Big Ten next year

Discussion in 'Basketball' started by dirtwrap, Mar 24, 2019.

  1. dirtwrap

    dirtwrap Well-Known Member

    What do you all see the conference looking like next year? What seniors are gone? What underclassmen leave? New additions?

    We should be as good or better next year even with the loss of Baer and possibly Cook, with additions of Nunge, Pemsl, Joe T, PMac and assuming everyone else stays.

    MSU: they lose mcQuaid and Goins? What is Winston going to do? Anyone else to add or subtract?
    MICH: Lose Matthews? Anyone else?
    PURDUE: Edwards gone? Lose eifert and cline.
    WISC: lose Happ and Iverson. Anyone else? They cant be good can they?
    MD: you would think bruno and smith are gone right? Anyone else?
    OSU: lose Jackson and Woods, but what about K Wesson?
    INDIANA: Howard gone, is lankford leaving?
    MINN: Jordan Murphy big loss, and McBrayer, anyone else?
    Nebraska: they lose everyone good.
    Rutgers and Illinois probably return everyone but are they going to be any good?
    PSU: lose Reaves and someone else, but still have some good players.

    I dont know anything about what anyone has recruited.
     
  2. NikeHawk21

    NikeHawk21 Well-Known Member

    Langford at IU is almost undoubtably gone.

    Could see Iggy at Michigan going pro. Maybe Poole. Teske certainly could consider.

    Stevens at Penn State might consider. Coffey at Minnesota. Ayo at ILL might go as well.
     
  3. EstronHawkKing

    EstronHawkKing Well-Known Member

    MSU does not rebuild, they just re-load.
     
  4. WindsorHawk

    WindsorHawk Well-Known Member

    I will bump the thread that has the breakdown.
     
  5. Bigtenchamp

    Bigtenchamp Well-Known Member

    MSU is always good.. Michigan should be good again next year also.

    After that it's pretty open.
     
  6. WindsorHawk

    WindsorHawk Well-Known Member

    Iowa, Penn State, Illinois and Rutgers lose the least...if players not ready for NBA return.
     
  7. HaydenHawk56

    HaydenHawk56 Well-Known Member

    IF Iowa is going to have a magical year, next year would be the year to cash in. Assuming all returns and stay healthy.
     
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