Basketball Prediction Open Thread | Razorback Expats

Friday, November 14, 2008

Basketball Prediction Open Thread

Posted By on Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 1:55 PM

The season starts tonight. As you probably know, pre-season expectations, at least among the media, are pretty low. Most prognostications that we've seen have the Razorbacks picked dead last in the SEC West. I'm more optimistic than that, but, then again, I'm … ugh, slightly biased. We're young and small, but I think we have enough talent to surprise some people.

Just to start off the discussion, I'll throw out my destined-to-be-horribly-wrong prediction: I say the Hogs will finish the regular season with an 18-11 mark (8-8 in the SEC) and wind up in the NIT.

What do you say?

(more at www.razorbackexpats.com)

From the ArkTimes store

Favorite

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Razorback Expats

  • Where in the World is Charles Balentine?

    Charles Balentine remains well-known among Razorback fans for hitting the 3rd biggest shot in Arkansas history (we'll give you two guesses as to what #1 and #2 are), but many other details of his storied career are slipping away into the mists of time.
    • Apr 30, 2009
  • Tuesday Hodge Podge

    Razorback news and notes from around the web (warning: some of these links aren't exactly timely, but then again you probably already knew not to count on us for hot-off-the-presses info): * Nate Allen rips Jeff Long a new one (he even busts out the Y-word).
    • Apr 28, 2009
  • Welcome to Expat Status, Jonathan Luigs

    This year's NFL draft has come and gone. ESPN can put Mel Kiper back in the closet, or he can go back to the Pentecostal Church he pastors.
    • Apr 27, 2009
  • More »

Most Shared

  • Industrial hemp pilot program coming soon to Arkansas

    One of the booths at this week's Ark-La-Tex Medical Cannabis Expo was hosted by the Arkansas Hemp Association, a trade group founded to promote and expand non-intoxicating industrial hemp as an agricultural crop in the state. AHA Vice President Jeremy Fisher said the first licenses to grow experimental plots of hemp in the state should be issued by the Arkansas State Plant Board next spring.

Blogroll

 

© 2017 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201
Powered by Foundation