We Need To Show Crybaby Izzo That These Gophers Are The Real Deal

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Sick and tired of Izzo’s crying and pouting whenever a call doesn’t go his way. The guys need to play like SOB’s from the opening tip, and never let up, a lead at half would be a welcome start to a victory tomorrow night. This is an especially important game as they need to protect home court the rest of the season, to open the door to the post season, NCAA, or NIT who cares.
 


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He really is annoying and the number of calls he gets because of his endless complaining is the refs job to shut down. Hope Goldy makes him crazy tomorrow. Go Gophers !
He’s become a crabby old man. The goal of any professional should be to downsize or get out before we get to that stage. He’s too late.
 

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Izzo acts out the same exact tantrum that Collins did last week and there is no second T, and no fine. That is a problem, we know, but will never be solved.
 



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He’s become a crabby old man. The goal of any professional should be to downsize or get out before we get to that stage. He’s too late.

He's not quite as old as I thought (just turned 69 last week) but, yeah, he should call it quits soon. Prominent old men (and women) hanging on too long even though they don't need to seems to be a curse of our times.
 


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He’s become a crabby old man. The goal of any professional should be to downsize or get out before we get to that stage. He’s too late.
Won’t stop. It’s a strategy that he thinks benefits his team. Can’t argue
 




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no matter what you think of him, Izzo has probably been the top B10 coach for over the last decade considering he primarily gets players from Detroit and coaches them up and wins.
 

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no matter what you think of him, Izzo has probably been the top B10 coach for over the last decade considering he primarily gets players from Detroit and coaches them up and wins.
He’s easily the second best Big Ten coach of all time. But as others have pointed out the numbers haven’t been nearly as good post-COVID. Spartans have lost some of their “toughness”. Very “gettable” game tonight.
 

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Sick and tired of Izzo’s crying and pouting whenever a call doesn’t go his way. The guys need to play like SOB’s from the opening tip, and never let up, a lead at half would be a welcome start to a victory tomorrow night. This is an especially important game as they need to protect home court the rest of the season, to open the door to the post season, NCAA, or NIT who cares.
Mission Accomplished
 

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He’s easily the second best Big Ten coach of all time. But as others have pointed out the numbers haven’t been nearly as good post-COVID. Spartans have lost some of their “toughness”. Very “gettable” game tonight.
John Beilien was the better coach for about a dozen years just wasn’t in the conference as long.
 






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