Where You Can Hear the Pitter Patter of Little Feet…

College Hoops Net has begun its annual summer gasfire–the ranking of 144 teams in 144 days. The list is certainly a conversation starter for the summer months, when less-evolved sports fans are following NFL training camps. They’ve reached #123 (Albany) and no CAA squad has seen the light of day.

Of course this “poll” is more interesting than scientific, but they’ve done some research and they have the guts to publish it. For those reasons alone you should keep popping by to see what strikes you.

Today it hit me that High Point, at #137, is ranked one spot ahead of Iowa State. (That puts the Cyclones at #138 for those of you that went to ODU…)

High Point sounds like a hotel chain. Or a low end vodka. Maybe an organic olive oil. Iowa State plays in the Big Freaking 12.

Whatever. The point is that you learn stuff with this poll, so keep going back. And I learned High Point won 22 games last season and finished second in the Big South. That knowledge will be unveiled in my next convo with Whelliston.

Side note: lighten up, Monarchs fans. It’s been months since I took a shot at you. You had to know it was coming. Are we even if I tell you I’ve been hearing some very good things about Marsharee Neely?

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~ by mglitos on July 12, 2007.

3 Responses to “Where You Can Hear the Pitter Patter of Little Feet…”

  1. Thank you, Michael. I’m glad to see that the love puddle that was Buffalo is officially over now and we can get back to the best rivalry in the conference.

  2. We are even if you tell us what you have heard about Nealy. By the way, it did take me a while to figure out the joke.

  3. Bravo, Old Monarch. You get it. You are welcomed to heckle me anytime.

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