Utah transfer Both Gach commits to the Gophers

builtbadgers

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Disagree. B1G top to bottom is much more competitive than the ACC and has a much tougher road environment.
Will just disagree. At Duke , at UNC, at UVA, at LOUISVILLE,at Syracuse , FSU is unequaled in our conference. Look at the ranked non cons that go into those places and check their records. I suppose if your a mediocre program you could say the bottom half of the big 10 is tougher but the best programs have no problem with those games against the bottom teams. Teams that win their conference beat those teams in the bottom half at a very high %. To win the conference you have to beat the other best teams. It is in the research.
 

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Will just disagree. At Duke , at UNC, at UVA, at LOUISVILLE,at Syracuse , FSU is unequaled in our conference. Look at the ranked non cons that go into those places and check their records. I suppose if your a mediocre program you could say the bottom half of the big 10 is tougher but the best programs have no problem with those games against the bottom teams. Teams that win their conference beat those teams in the bottom half at a very high %. To win the conference you have to beat the other best teams. It is in the research.
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per Sid:

• The Gophers and Richard Pitino getting a commitment from Austin’s Both Gach to transfer from Utah was huge, and now the next step is getting Gach eligible to play this fall, because the Big Ten is looking like the toughest conference in the country. ESPN ran a preseason ranking that had Iowa fifth, Wisconsin sixth, Michigan State eighth, Ohio State 20th, Rutgers 22nd and Indiana and Michigan just outside of the Top 25.


Go Gophers!!
 
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