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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigeddysprings View Post
    Here is one two posts up from yours. LoL


    Quote Originally Posted by BarnBall View Post
    One good sharp elbow to the nose would serve this tool right!
    How about you direct your anger at Davison as well then because he has actually done things to other players (or has tried).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigeddysprings View Post
    Here is one two posts up from yours. LoL


    Quote Originally Posted by BarnBall View Post
    One good sharp elbow to the nose would serve this tool right!

    Lol nice try. Not really a threat though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigeddysprings View Post
    Here is one two posts up from yours. LoL


    Quote Originally Posted by BarnBall View Post
    One good sharp elbow to the nose would serve this tool right!
    That actually isn't a threat. Here is the definition in case you're interested in what that word means: https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/threaten

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    Players should start "unintentionally" trying hurt Davison.

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    I think Davison is worse than Grayson Allen. It seemed Allen would just get frustrated like a petulant child and try to trip someone. Everything Davison does looks premeditated or at the very least opportunistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GophersInIowa View Post
    Former player trying to defend this. No one is coordinated enough to look up and stick their leg out at the same time I guess.

    Get out of here. He’s looking up. Totally unintentional.— Zak Showalter (@ZShowbball333) February 7, 2019
    **** Showalter. The prick prances around Madison still today living off his past.


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    Last edited by StCroix; 02-07-2019 at 07:31 PM.

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    Last few games he had no incidents so I thought he had perhaps made a change. Davison is fortunate Murphy didnt come down and break an ankle. The crowd would have respnded very negatively to him (understatement) and the damage done to his reputation would have been irreversible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigeddysprings View Post
    It is very instructional to learn that the moderators of this board would condone the many physical threats to Brad Davison over a silly game played by boys in shorts. To allow this type irrational and dangerous talk is telling. This is not a good look for the Gopherhole and it relects poorly on Gopher fans most of whom do not deserve it.
    Damn near rolled one my eyes right out of my head.

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    Seeing young people like Davison makes you realize how important it is to raise your kids right. You do a bad job and you get people like this kid.
    Last edited by WoodburyTim; 02-08-2019 at 12:27 PM.

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    per Marcus:

    No foul was called by the officials when Wisconsin’s Brad Davison appeared to step intentionally under Gophers’ Jordan Murphy on a rebound in Wednesday night’s game at Williams Arena.

    The Gophers athletics department contacted the Big Ten on Thursday for clarification on whether Davison should have been penalized for the play, according to a U spokesman.

    The following statement was sent to the Star Tribune on behalf of the Big Ten about the request: “As is normal practice, the Big Ten reviews every play. If there was to be any action taken, that would be the first and only comment.”

    Gophers coach Richard Pitino addressed Davison’s play on Murphy on the Gophers Coaches Show on Thursday.

    “When things like that happen the league’s got to look at it,” Pitino said. “They’ve got to make decisions. It’s kind of out of our hands. My thoughts on what it was or what it wasn’t are kind of irrelevant. I’m a really, really big believer in focus on what you can control.”

    http://www.startribune.com/gophers-a...ame/505573402/

    Go Gophers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedGopher View Post
    per Marcus:

    No foul was called by the officials when Wisconsin’s Brad Davison appeared to step intentionally under Gophers’ Jordan Murphy on a rebound in Wednesday night’s game at Williams Arena.

    The Gophers athletics department contacted the Big Ten on Thursday for clarification on whether Davison should have been penalized for the play, according to a U spokesman.

    The following statement was sent to the Star Tribune on behalf of the Big Ten about the request: “As is normal practice, the Big Ten reviews every play. If there was to be any action taken, that would be the first and only comment.”

    Gophers coach Richard Pitino addressed Davison’s play on Murphy on the Gophers Coaches Show on Thursday.

    “When things like that happen the league’s got to look at it,” Pitino said. “They’ve got to make decisions. It’s kind of out of our hands. My thoughts on what it was or what it wasn’t are kind of irrelevant. I’m a really, really big believer in focus on what you can control.”

    http://www.startribune.com/gophers-a...ame/505573402/

    Go Gophers!!
    Am I interpreting this right? Sounds like the league looked at it and said there will be no action taken

    "If there was to be any action taken, that would be the first and only comment.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodburyTim View Post
    Seeing young people like Davison makes you realize how important it is to raise your kids right. You do a bad job and you get people like this kid.
    Only to a point- seen plenty of families where one kid is just wired differently and behaves completely opposite of the others. Hate to blame the parents without knowing the family dynamics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon Gopher View Post
    Only to a point- seen plenty of families where one kid is just wired differently and behaves completely opposite of the others. Hate to blame the parents without knowing the family dynamics.


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    Perhaps you are right, but I know if I acted like that, especially on national television, my old man would have not so subtly told me to quit acting like a piece of garbage. 8, 10, 12 or 20 years old, wouldn't have mattered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongLiveMilesTarver View Post
    I think Davison is worse than Grayson Allen. It seemed Allen would just get frustrated like a petulant child and try to trip someone. Everything Davison does looks premeditated or at the very least opportunistic.
    Absolutely agree with this statement, it sure appears to be his game plan.

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