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Thursday, April 3, 2008

Its not delivery, its C-Rhodes!!!

The 2008 DiGiorno College All-Star game (for Seniors only) in San Antonio as part of this week's NCAA Final Four. He will play for the American All-Stars coached by Dave Odom (former SC coach) against the National All-Stars coached by Oliver Purnell (Clemson). Joining Rhodes will be Sundiata Gaines (GA.), David Padgett (Lousiville), Mike Green (Butler), and Brian Butch (Wisc.). For the National All-Stars will be Ramel Bradley (KY), Shan Foster (Vandy), Jonathan Wallace (G-town), DeMarcus Nelson (Duke), Cliff Hammonds (Clemson) nd Josh Duncan (Xavier). The game is scheduled to be played Friday at 5PM CT at the Alamodome and televised on CSTV. Go get 'em Charles.

13 comments:

Computadores said...
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Anonymous said...

I hope Rhodes shows out and gets taken in at least the late first round. Of all the forwards that have come through MSU lately (Austin, Roberts...) he is definately the most talented. I hope that Osby can pick up where he left off.

captaindawg

Anonymous said...

Rhodes played very well.

Anonymous said...

Mute,mute,mute!!!! Have you ever heard anouncers pull harder for a team thats getting it handed to them. Why cant they just anounce the great game of basketball. Bruins got them right where they want them. Right.

Anonymous said...

I would rather watch Jamont and Charles than Love and Collison.

Anonymous said...

Ucla in basketball and oklahoma in football should never be allowed to play in another championship game!

Anonymous said...

The night they drove ole dixie down, the south will rise again! Go tigers. I'm going to have my raisin bran Arliss, no meat for me. Memphis may go up in flames monday night. Gonna be a track meet,train I ride............

What do the experts have to say now. Messes up there dream Ucla,Unc matchup. Im going to watch my tape of MSU and memphis, best matchup so far!

Anonymous said...

From what I hear Jamont is GONE. 2nd round, Russia, Europe whatever.
What I'm looking for next year...

1) Dee Bost gets the keys (Point Guard)
2) Ravern gets 30 minutes (2,3)
3) Elgin Bailey's conditioning (20-25 min.)
4) Kodi Augustus learns team ball/defense.
5) Ravern totally locks down the UT freshman
in Knoxville.
6) Barry Stewart's confidence.

-Panhandle

Anonymous said...

Romero Osby plays several positions. Very talented.

Anonymous said...

D'oh !!!

How could I leave out Osby?

January Depth chart?

5> Varnado/ Bailey
4> Osby/ B. Johnson/ Augustus
3> R. Johnson/ Randy
2> Hansbrough/ Turner/ Randy/ Benock
1> Bost/ Randy

I just hope Rick doesn't throw the "Hopson" scholarship away. Sit on it... the talent in Mississippi is deeeep for the for seeable future.

Anonymous said...

How did Charles do? How may points and RBs?

Anonymous said...

I thought someone said Kodi was best athlete on the team. If that is true there has to the potential for a pretty good player considering the athletes we had.

If Jamont returns and Kodi bulks up and takes Charles place we could be a contender. Light a fire under Kodi, stans.

Anonymous said...

Arliss,

It's time to continue blogging... in your absence of pontification the program gets one blurb of bad news after another. Ben just got on the bus that ran over his (former) coach.

I don't think we call it "Exodus" yet ... just APRIL !

-Panhandle