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Hoops Preview: Northwestern 2018 Brian December 4th, 2018 at 3:08 PM
[Marc-Gregor Campredon]

THE ESSENTIALS

WHAT #5 Michigan (8-0) vs
#46 Northwestern(6-2)
WHERE Welsh-Ryan Arena
Evanston, IL
WHEN 9 PM
LINE Michigan –6 (Kenpom)
TV BTN

THE US

This is going very well!

Michigan is undefeated and if they can brave the new Welsh-Ryan there's a very good chance they get through the year unscathed. They've unleashed beatdowns on every opponent so far, but Northwestern provides a couple of potential roadblocks.

One: it's a road game. All basketball teams have weird road games where they shoot horribly and the refereeing seems absurdly tilted. Two: last year Northwestern bottled up Michigan's offense in two ugly  games by playing a lot of zone, and pretty much the last "oh no what if" left in this season is "what if they play a good zone D." As you'll see, the Wildcats have the length to make their zone annoying indeed.

At some point Michigan is going to look mortal, and this is a good candidate. Hopefully their defense carries them through even if that's the case. The alternative is more red flowers down below us.

THE LINEUP CARD

Projected starters are in bold. Hover over headers for stat explanations. The "Should I Be Mad If He Hits A Three" methodology: we're mad if a guy who's not good at shooting somehow hits one. Yes, you're still allowed to be unhappy if a proven shooter is left open. It's a free country.

Pos. # Name Yr. Ht./Wt. %Min %Poss ORtg SIBMIHHAT
G 11 Anthony Gaines So. 6'4, 200 58 15 93 Yes
Never shoots, for good reason. 43/27 last year and worse this year. TO rate of 28 is awful. Blocks a lot of shots for a 6'4" guard though?
G 14 Ryan Taylor Sr. 6'6, 195 79 20 112 No
Evansville grad transfer. Finding life in a major conference much more difficult but still a low-TO guy and shooting is shooting. Early scuffles (31% from three) probably a mirage, must check.
F 21 AJ Turner Jr. 6'7, 188 80 19 99 Maybe?
BC transfer. Decent numbers as a low-usage guy there two years ago; currently getting to the line a ton at 88% and missing all his threes.
F 4 Vic Law Sr. 6'7 200 78 26 117 No
Stretch four with low-ish TO rate shooting 48/45 is most Beilein player on NW roster.
C 5 Dererk Pardon So. 6'8, 250 77 22 125 Yes
I just learned that dude has an extraneous R in his name. WTF! Crushing it so far with top 20 OREB rate, 66% from floor with 22 usage early. Both are big steps forward.
C 22 Pete Nance Fr. 6'10 210 33 18 93 Maybe
Erstwhile M recruit chose poorly. Miniscule rebounding numbers on both ends, shooting too early to tell. Beanpole.
C 25 Barret Benson Jr. 6'10", 240 23 16 109 Yes
Just another backup C. JABC? JABC.
G 2 Ryan Greer Fr. 6'2, 185 21 18 65 Yes
Composite #341 is closest thing to PG on roster. Miserable in all facets so far after reclassifying to 2018.
F 23 Miller Kopp Fr. 6'7, 210 33 25 94 No
Composite #116 FR off to good start from three but miserable inside line, lot of TOs.

[Hit THE JUMP for the rest of the preview.]

THE THEM

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Positionless basketball is all the rage these days and it's not hard to see why. But it's not a great idea to do it on accident, and that appears to be the case in Evanston. Bryant McIntosh graduated, projected replacement Jordan Lathon had his admission mysteriously revoked by the school in May, and Absolutely Nobody stepped into the void.

The team that results from that abrupt about-face is a bunch of wings without a point guard. Everyone in the Northwestern starting lineup is between 6'4" and 6'8". They share the ball—nine different players have assist rates in double digits. But not very well—only two of those players have assist rates higher than their turnover rates.

Thus far things have been middling. Northwestern has a 22-point win over a Utah team that's just outside of the Kenpom top 100, a six-point win at home against #76 Georgia Tech, and some rote walkovers. They also have 19-point loss to #84 Fresno State. A two-point loss to Indiana at Assembly Hall is probably their best performance of the year, and it happened on Saturday.

The twin engines keeping this rickety boat afloat are Vic Law and Dererk Pardon. (Yes, "Dererk." Is it common knowledge that Pardon's got an extraneous R floating around his name? I am flabbergasted right now.)

Anyway: Law is a very Beilein player. He's 6'7" and an excellent three point shooter (39% on almost 400 career attempts) who's just as good at the line; he vacuums up defensive rebounds. His turnover rate is just meh. He's not just a shooter but he's a far worse player once he gets inside the arc. He was 45% from two last year and is at 48% this year despite an early-season schedule heavy on bad defenses. He's not much of an athlete, so he doesn't get to the rim much and when he does he's barely over 50%.

As a senior his usage has shot up; his efficiency has gone up as well as he's added a fair number of assists without bumping his TO rate; he's shooting more free throws and hitting 45% from deep. Michigan's going to test his ability to drive. It's probably not going go well for him, but he's hitting about half his Other Twos so he's got a good backup plan. Law has added a fair number of unassisted threes this year, so Michigan will have to be vigilant.

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holy cow check out the tiny cheerleader [JD Scott]

Pardon is a crafty center who's been an efficient, if low-usage, scorer for the duration of his career in Evanston. He's upped his usage annually once he emerged as a starter and he's up to 22% this year; given the supporting cast that should probably be higher. Pardon's been a top 100 OREB gent the last two years and has a ridiculous 17% in the early going; he's a decent shot blocker and gets to the line a lot. Historically he does not convert very well once there but he's at 67% this year and has steadily risen over the course of his career.

Pardon's most recent outing was a comprehensive clobbering of Indiana in which he went 11 of 15 from two with a series of post-ups usually on Juwan Morgan. Teske's obviously a different beast than the 6'7" Morgan. Last year Pardon struggled against Michigan, going 6 of 14 from the floor with one assist against four TOs. This year it's going to be mostly Teske instead of mostly Wagner, and that'll be a stiff test.

Evansville grad transfer Ryan Taylor is the other functional offensive player. Taylor took an astounding 41% of Evansville's shots last year, which was tops nationally. Despite being a 6'6" guy in a low-major conference, Taylor was allergic to the rim (12% of his shots). He's an excellent shooter both off the bounce and in spot-up situations, but he is very much Just A Shooter even if he took an ungodly number of twos last year. Those were all jumpshots. His sub-20 FT rate is evidence enough of that.

The rest of Taylor's profile is prototypical JAS. Few assists, fewer TOs, nonexistent as a rebounder. He's having some early issues from three (31%) but he was at 38% and 42% the last two years and should rebound to about that level—shooting is shooting.

Possessions used by anyone else on the roster are boons. The only other guy on the roster with an ORTG over 100 is little used backup C Barrett Benson, and he was at 96 last year.

BC transfer AJ Turner is yet another 6'7" wing who might have a case that his early issues are just bad three point luck. He's 5 of 27 on the season; two years ago he hit 37%. But his TO rate is extremely bad and his free throws, which are propping him up, were heavily concentrated in games against three sub-200 Kenpom opponents. Close out and if he wants to drive it's fine, like everyone else.

Sophomore Anthony Gaines is the final starter and is an abominable offensive player. He shot 43/27 last year in about half of Northwestern's minutes. Things have not improved this year; in fact his TO rate has shot up to 28. Gaines has gotten to the line an absurd amount and would otherwise be in the 80s in ORTG. The good news, such as it is, is that he blocks a lot of shots for a 6'4" guy. So he's got that going for him.

Northwestern's bench is mostly freshman Miller Kopp, yet another 6'7" wing. He's started his career hot from three but is shooting 32% inside the arc. Too many turnovers, as per usual for freshmen. The rest of it is Benson, a Generic Backup C, and one-time Michigan recruit Pete Nance. Nance has a lot of potential but is currently listed at 6'10, 210 and has the rebounding stats to match. Too early to say much about his abilities other than he should be redshirting and he's perfectly willing to take threes.

Guards Ryan Greer and Jordan Ash get scattered minutes in which they turn the ball over a third of the time they use a possession and don't do anything else to make up for it.

THE TEMPO-FREE

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Billy Donlon heads up the D after he defected from Michigan and at least early it looks like his teachings have taken hold. The first inklings that Michigan would prevent opponents from launching threes came during the post-Maverick section of Donlon's lone year in Ann Arbor, and that's carried over: the Wildcats are 52nd at preventing launches and in the top 100 at defending those.

They've maintained a good two-point D while doing this, and in this they're a lot like Michigan's defense. Other things not so much: NW is currently a high-pressure, high-risk D that gets a lot of turnovers but also gives up a lot of free throws.

The offense is the clunky thing it usually is. They're getting a lot of offensive boards (61st) and free throws(44th) and hitting those free throws. Anything from the floor is a major struggle. NW hovers around 200th in eFG and has a turnover rate of almost 20. They are vulnerable to steals, as a large team with no point guard should be.

THE KEYS

Prep for zone. Northwestern played a bunch of 2-3 zone last year and had good success with it against Michigan, which put up 0.91 PPP in a loss and 0.98 PPP in a win. This year the Wildcats are shaped even more like a typical 2-3 zone team with a bunch of wings everywhere.

Michigan's early offensive struggles came against low major teams that threw a bunch of junk zones and forced bad threes up; Michigan did do some good work against Providence a couple weeks later. But Northwestern is on another level, defensively.

No help. The only Northwestern player who's able to do anything at the rim is Pardon, and if he goes off for 24 on 15 shots against John Teske I'll eat a lemon. The Villanova gameplan where there's absolutely no help for anyone should be effective.

Nobody is getting to the bucket on this team even against some not great defenses; Michigan should be able to stay in front and force a ton of tough contested jumpers. From two.

Sticky fingers. Michigan isn't a team that forces a ton of turnovers or gets a ton of steals but Zavier Simpson and, uh, John Teske should have some opportunities to pick some pockets against the series of high-TO, loose-handled wings Northwestern will throw at Michigan.

Michigan's transition offense (65% eFG) is deadly. Might be a good way to avoid Donlon's half-court D.

Get downhill on closeouts. NW will close out hard, giving Matthews and Iggy excellent driving opportunities. Pardon is a decent rim defender but not a game-changer.

THE SECTION WHERE I PREDICT THE SAME THING KENPOM DOES

Michigan by 6.

bronxblue

December 4th, 2018 at 3:32 PM ^

I think this will be a lot like the football game between these two schools.  Some ugly stuff early on as NW plays it's one card and Michigan has to adjust, but UM should be able to pull ahead simply because they can make NW move around on defense more than they'd like.  And defensively, I can't see NW getting anything going consistently.

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gosieg

December 4th, 2018 at 3:35 PM ^

I was worried about Michigan facing a zone in this game too, but I'm feeling pretty good after seeing this on UMHoops:

"Northwestern switched its defense to a matchup zone in a mid-season act of desperation last year, but Chris Collins has gone back to strictly man-to-man. Synergy Sports has logged 534 plays of man defense and 3 plays of zone defense."

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Bambi

December 4th, 2018 at 3:48 PM ^

As pointed out above, NW has only played 3 possessions of zone this year. Maybe they break it out today but that doesn't seem likely.

Also a minor point but Kopp starts over Gaines despite Gaines playing a lot more minutes.

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maizenblue92

December 4th, 2018 at 3:50 PM ^

I feel like 60 is the magic number. If Michigan can get above that number Northwestern is in trouble because it is hard to envision them scoring anything higher than that. It feels like a Northwestern win is a 57-55 sludgefart type of a game. 

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username03

December 4th, 2018 at 3:52 PM ^

If Northwestern turns the ball over and misses a bunch of long twos its not going to matter what kind of D they play because Michigan will run them out of the gym.

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The most recent Ken Pomeroy podcast had a brief discussion of the Big Ten's 20-game conference schedule, which got a thumbs down because Pomeroy prefers nonconference games. Nonconference games connect various conferences and are required for ranking systems to make sense, so Pomeroy's got a point.

But what kind of games are being excised by the expanded conference schedule? I looked at everyone's schedules this year and last and divided them into approximate major and non-major categories. There's some wobble in these distinctions. The A-10, Mountain West, and Big East count. Certain programs (Gonzaga and the top of the American) outside of the top 7 conferences also count. I ended up grudgingly including DePaul because they're in a major conference but left out some incidentally top 100 opponents like Montana and South Dakota State on the assumption that these were buy games that were accidentally good opponents. FWIW, if you were to do it the other way and drop out programs like Pitt while including good mid- and low-majors the number of games worth playing would remain essentially equal.

Anyway, the conclusion is that the extra conferences games have almost universally replaced bad buy games:

  2018 2019
  Major-ish Mid-low Major-ish Mid-low
Michigan 5 (LSU, VCU, UNC, UCLA, Texas) 8 5 (Nova, GW, Providence, UNC, SoCar) 6
MSU 5 (Duke, UNC, ND, DePaul, UConn) 8 5 (KU, UCLA, Texas, Florida, Louisville 6
Wisconsin 6 (Xavier, BU, UCLA, UVA, Temple, Marq) 7 6 (Xavier, Stanford, OK, UVA, NCST, Marq) 5
Nebraska 4 (St John's, BC, Creighton, Kansas) 9 5 (Seton Hall, TTech, Clemson, Creighton, OkieSt) 6
OSU 5(Gonzaga, Stan, Butler, Clemson, UNC) 8 4 (Cinci, Creighton, Cuse, UCLA) 7
Indiana 4 (Seton Hall, Duke, UL, ND) 8 5(Marq, Ark, Duke, UL, Butler) 6
Maryland 4(Butler, Bonnies, UNM, Cuse) 9 2(UVA, Seton Hall) 9
Purdue 5(Marq, Tenn, AZ, UL, Butler) 8 5 (Davidson, FSU, VT, Texas, ND) 6
PSU 4(NCST, GW, Pitt, A&M) 9 4(DePaul, VT, NCST, Bama) 7
Northwestern 6(Creighton, La Salle, TTech, GT, DePaul, OK) 7 6(Fresno, La Salle, UT, GT, DePaul, OK) 5
Minnesota 4(Prov, Bama, Miami, Ark) 9 5(Utah, A&M, UW, BC, OkieSt) 6
Illinois 5( DePaul, Wake, UNLV, NMSU, Mizzou) 8 7(GTown, Zags, ISU, Xavier, ND, UNLV, Mizzou) 4
Rutgers 2 (FSU, Seton Hall) 11 3(St John's, Miami, Seton Hall) 7
Iowa 3(VT, ISU, CU) 9 4(Oregon, UConn, Pitt, ISU) 7
    118   87

There are 28 fewer slots for mid- to low-major buy games and 31 fewer mid-to-low-major matchups. Only two teams (OSU and Maryland) are playing fewer major opponents this year.

There's an argument that the increased slate of conference games reduces opportunities for teams like Bucknell, which was three points away from a win at Maryland last year, to establish their tournament bonafides. That may be happening to some degree but teams like Bucknell, Marshall, Belmont, Wright State, Loyola-Chicago, and Bradley still speckle Big Ten schedules.

It's undeniable that most of the games that aren't being played as a result of the 20-game schedule aren't really worth playing.

ak47

December 4th, 2018 at 12:49 PM ^

I think it just puts a lot of importance being in a quality early season tournament. Maryland was in a shitty one this year so they didn't get a good slate of teams. 

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Bambi

December 4th, 2018 at 12:49 PM ^

I was listening to the podcast last night and had the same thought. My thought was to look at non-con SOS this year compared to previous years for B1G teams and see how the numbers look. Are they stagnant, lower or higher? If teams have much harder non-con SOS's, then it looks like we're just cutting out the body bag games and vice-versa. This is a good way of proving that point now.

Side note: I really don't like Pomeroy's co-host for the pod. He doesn't provide anything of substance and is just a yes man who agrees with whatever Pomeroy says.

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Arb lover

December 4th, 2018 at 12:57 PM ^

So this anti-sec model of more conference games and fewer cupcakes will cause conference opponents to have more end of season losses. Does that hurt our record for tournament seeds i.e quad 3 v 2, or can/will rankings like kenpom account for this?

While wins against worthless teams are seen as just that, if Iowa/Wisconsin  have an extra 4 losses from the increased B1G schedule, does that bump them out of a quality quadrant win for Michigan?

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ReCruton

December 4th, 2018 at 1:14 PM ^

I'm always in favor of more accurate rankings within a conference, which I think is accomplished by a more conference heavy schedule.

To me it seems that more conference play will provide for a better conference tournament both in terms of team preparation and proper seeding, which in term is better preparation for the national tournament.

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ScooterTooter

December 4th, 2018 at 1:04 PM ^

Good content.

But gotta be honest, I'm pretty excited to see how half-assed the Florida preview is going to be. Sad we have to wait 3.5 weeks!

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notetoself

December 4th, 2018 at 1:12 PM ^

weird picture. i assume iggy's still on his way up, but it looks like he's at his peak and he's going to whiff on that dunk by like 6 inches.

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twotrueblue

December 4th, 2018 at 1:28 PM ^

While it's good that strength of schedule isn't being hurt, a team's record will be hurt. Those two games were usually two wins for almost every Big Ten team. Now, there's 14 more losses to be spread across the conference because there is a loser in each conference game.

Now, hopefully, the analytics give the Big Ten teams the benefit of the doubt because of the strength of schedule, but losses are never good in analytics either.

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MaizeAndBlueWahoo

December 4th, 2018 at 1:52 PM ^

Not necessarily the case.  True, NET is sort of a fancified RPI that is based on W/L, but stuff like KenPom actually doesn't care an iota about the outcome of a game.  Only performance relative to the opponent.  Losing good is better than winning bad.  Reason being that NET is trying to quantify a team's results, while KenPom is trying to be predictive.

NET and RPI have a reward component for beating Coppin State by 1 and a ding component for losing to Duke by 1.  Other analytics, KenPom specifically, would ding you for the former and reward you for the latter.  Simplistically speaking.

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jmblue

December 4th, 2018 at 2:29 PM ^

It also makes the conference race a bit more equitable.  Now we play seven teams twice and six once, which is still far from perfect but an improvement over the ridiculous situation the last few years (when we had five double-plays and eight single-plays), leading to situations like MSU's last year where they beat one tournament team in league play and still won the title.

A 22-game schedule (nine double-plays and four single-plays) would be better still.

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CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device. Local fans will have to wait just a bit longer to see Justin Timberlake. The pop star's concert originally scheduled for Dec. 5 at Oracle Arena has been postponed “as a ...
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          Grip on Sports: The M's that were will not be the M's of next year      Cache   Translate Page      

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Nothing is final until it’s final. Didn’t Yogi Berra say that? Well, he should have. I do know one thing. If Yogi had been a Mariner this season, Jerry Dipoto would have traded him and his malapropisms to the Nationals or someone. And thrown in money to help cover his contract. Read on.

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• If you are a Mariner fan, you might want to pull out a legal pad and start making notes. The roster the franchise has today looks nothing like the one it had on opening day last season. And probably doesn’t resemble the one it will have on opening day next year.

The Robinson Cano Epoch is over. So is the Jean Segura Era. And the eras of Mike Zunino, Edwin Diaz and almost any other recognizable player you can name.

Dipoto blew it all up. To quote an old TV show, he blew it up real good.

James Paxton? Gone. James Pazos? Gone. Juan Nicasio? Gone.

It’s Dec. 4, the Winter Meetings aren’t even here yet and Dipoto has shed most of the M’s biggest contracts, most-veteran players and even a couple of youngish, under-control guys. In return he’s picked up a few overpaid vets – and a bunch of prospects, a couple of which cause some baseball people to drool uncontrollably. In other words, Dipoto is rebuilding the roster, the farm system and the fans’ expectations.

Will any of those things bounce back? Not this season. It’s going to be a get-folks-experience year.

Oh sure, Kyle Seager will still man third base. We think. It seems, considering how he’s fallen off the planet the past two year, it would be hard to get anyone to take his contract. So he's the starting third baseman.

Dee Gordon will be at second. Mitch Haniger should be in right field, though he’s a tradeable asset and Dipoto seems to be like a guy in Vegas on a hot streak right now. He is in such a zone he may throw Haniger into a trade without even knowing it.

If Haniger survives, we know he’ll be backing up Marco Gonzales, Mike Leake and Wade LeBlanc as they make starts. Maybe even Felix Hernandez, the franchise’s senior member, will bounce back. There is no chance he will be traded, but the other three guys could be.

You just never know with Jerry and this franchise-changing spree. Stay tuned. There is probably more to come.

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Gonzaga: The No. 1 team in the country strengthened its hold on the top spot in this week’s Associated Press basketball poll. Jim Meehan has all the numbers. … Josh Perkins is this week’s WCC Player of the Week. … So is Chandler Smith. Jim Allen has that news within a second look at the Bulldogs’ win over Stanford, which propelled the women into the Associated Press Top 25. … The men have a rivalry game coming up this week. Well, sort of. Washington has been so inept in the series its not much of a rivalry. … Around the WCC, despite some visible votes of confidence recently, BYU’s Dave Rose may need to win some games to stay in his position.

WSU: No, Gardner Minshew is not headed to New York as a Heisman finalist. He didn’t make the cut for the final three, this year’s number of invitees. But he did win the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, an award for the best upperclassmen quarterback. Theo Lawson has stories on both. … The Pac-12 announced its all-academic teams and the Cougars were well represented. Theo runs down those selections. … Theo also explains his AP basketball poll picks. He should. UCLA? C’mon man. (Actually, I agree with his picks but I had to give him a hard time about at least one of them.) … Finally, Theo spoke with Larry Weir about a lot of subjects for the latest Press Box pod.

Elsewhere in the Pac-12, we start with football, a sport in which the conference’s reputation is in tatters, so to speak. It cost WSU and it showed in the attendance and ratings in the title game. … It also showed in how the public reacted to Larry Scott. … The conference announces its awards today. Gardner Minshew seems like a lock as offensive player of the year, but will Kyle Whittingham outpoint Mike Leach as coach of the year? … Colorado is still looking for a coach. … Arizona State will play its bowl game without its best player. … Arizona didn’t make a bowl. That is no surprise. … Ohio State is announcing today former Utah coach Urban Meyer is retiring (again). … Utah faces a familiar-looking foe in the Holiday Bowl. … In basketball, California is helping out the other Bay Area colleges by playing, and in most cases, losing to them.

Seahawks: The Hawks’ playoff chances have improved, but they need to keep winning of course. Yes, there are games with Arizona and the 49ers, but this week’s home battle with Minnesota is important as well, what with the Vikings also vying for a wild-card spot. … The Hawks will be without D.J. Fluker, but get Mychal Kendricks back. … A lot went right against the 49ers.

Mariners: The roster has undergone such a makeover, if I were a free agent, I wouldn’t sign unless I got a percentage of the program sales for the first homestand next season.

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• OK, winter isn’t officially here. But the ice on the deck this morning tells me it is unofficially here. Maybe it’s time to pick up the leaves? (Just kidding. Got them last week. Just in the nick of time.) Until later …


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          How to stream every college football bowl game      Cache   Translate Page      
If it's not on broadcast TV, it's on one of four other channels. And you've got lots of options here. The postseason is set for this year's slate of college football games. And, no, we're not quite ready to crown Alabama yet again. There are games to be played. The question, of course, is when are the college football bowl games, and what channel are the games on? OK, one other question — how the hell do you watch the final college football games of 2018 if you don't have cable? We've got answers for all that. By the way: All times you read on this page are Eastern. You'll have to do the math yourself. Get an over-the-air antenna Normally an over-the-air antenna is the first answer we give folks when it comes to watching sports. But only four of the bowl games are on broadcast TV this year. Which games, you ask? These games: North Carolina A&T vs. Alcorn State, noon, Dec. 15, ABC Fresno State vs. Arizona State, 3:30 p.m., Dec. 15, ABC South Carolina vs. Virginia,...
          "Extraemos al lobo por nuestra propia estupidez": el tuit de Pérez-Reverte que hace temblar Twitter por lo que opina sobre Vox      Cache   Translate Page      
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"Es terrible". El escritor y académico Arturo Pérez-Reverte ha recuperado —en Twitter— la entrevista que concedió al periodista Iñaki López (en laSexta) a mediados de noviembre, para aclarar cuál es su opinión sobre la irrupción de Vox en el parlamento andaluz.

"A petición del respetable", comienza su mensaje Pérez-Reverte, que dos días después de su publicación tiene más de 2.200 'me gusta' y sigue generando todo tipo de reacciones. En esa charla con el presentador del programa laSexta Noche, Pérez-Reverte comenzaba su argumentación en torno al partido de extrema derecha Vox afirmando que "todo nacionalismo es preocupante", ya que "el nacionalismo es el peor enemigo de la modernidad y el futuro".

(La realidad es que el momento en el que habla de Vox es a partir del minuto 49)

Por este motivo, el académico resalta que cuando ve a la izquierda apoyándose y compartiendo mesa y mantel con los nacionalistas, es cuando piensa "ha perdido el control": "Al contrario, la izquierda siempre, comunista, socialista, fueron Jacobinos, mientras que el nacionalismo es el cáncer de Europa y el cáncer de España".

Sin embargo, a su juicio son los errores de la izquierda, "la estupidez, la demagogia", lo que hace que la gente harta y se pase al otro bando: "Ese es el peligro. Somos nosotros quienes extraemos al lobo por nuestra propia estupidez", ha argumentado.

En este contexto, Pérez-Reverte concluye que "el futuro europeo tiene mucho que ver con los nacionalismos", por lo que "vienen tiempos difíciles y eso tiene mucho que ver: "Que Vox crezca es triste, pero lo que es triste es que se le den herramientas, armas, argumentos a Vox para crecer. Eso es terrible".

El argumento de Pérez-Reverte en torno a Vox ha generado centenares de comentarios en la red social:

La España que merece ser demolida

Asimismo, el escritor recordó un artículo que escribió antes de la crisis, que se llamaba La mochila y el currículum (febrero de 2003), en el que hablaba de que un licenciado iba con su mochila, "el pobre", repartiendo currículum por las tiendas buscando trabajo de dependiente: "Decía 'el día que ese chico lleve cóctel molotov en lugar de currículums nos vamos a divertir'. Y eso después ocurrió, vino el 15-M, u entonces yo creía que eso iba a cambiar el mundo".

"La España en la que vivimos era una España que, por muchas razones, merecía ser demolida. Y la Europa también, Y es justo que jóvenes airados quieran demoler esa injusta España y esa injusta Europa", defiende Pérez-Reverte, quien matiza entonces: "Lo que pasa es que luego vinieron otros que no eran jóvenes, que eran otra cosa: eran oportunistas, demagogos, en fin, los profesionales de la política".

Sentencia entonces el escritor: "Pero hay una cosa en eso que es interesante, y es que hay que demoler el sistema, pero después hay que construir otro sistema. ¿Quién va a construir ese sistema después? ¿Quién va a construir tras demoler ese Estado español injusto? ¿Rufián, Tardà, Puigdemont, Otegi, Casado, Rivera, Echenique...? ¿Son ellos quienes van a construir el Estado tras demolerlo? No estoy tan seguro de que pudieran hacerlo".

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-- this post authored by Bradley W. Hart, California State University, Fresno

Hours after Robert Bowers allegedly walked into a Pittsburgh synagogue and killed 11 people, investigators told the media that Bowers appeared to have acted alone and fit what experts call the "lone mass shooter profile."

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Dear Editor, Making voting accessible to everyone is a growing concern that has yet to be fully addressed by Fresno County. Those individuals who are disabled, who have English as their second language or who are unable to visit the polls the day of the election also have the right to make their voices heard. […]

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          Bringing back the glory days, MW win could be a start      Cache   Translate Page      

When Fresno State running back Ronnie Rivers turned the corner, hurdled a defender and charged into the corner of the end zone on that snowy night in Boise, Idaho, history was made for the Bulldogs. The No. 25-ranked ‘Dogs clinched the Mountain West title for the first time since 2013, when the likes of quarterback […]

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          Healthy Bulldogs: Tips for end of semester survival      Cache   Translate Page      

Stress. It’s unavoidable, especially if you’re struggling with exams and due dates during finals week. If you’ve been tempted to complain about all that you need to do or avoid doing your work until there’s no time left to waste, you might have noticed that these strategies don’t really help. The work remains hanging over […]

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          ASI At A Glance: Las Vegas Bowl football tickets available, final donation deadline Dec. 6      Cache   Translate Page      

Don’t miss your chance to cheer on the ‘Dogs at the Las Vegas Bowl! ASI is selling tickets for the Fresno State football game against Arizona State University on Dec. 15 in Las Vegas. The $25 ticket includes transportation and entrance to the game. Tickets are first come, first serve and can be purchased in […]

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          After championship victory, what’s next for the ‘Dogs?      Cache   Translate Page      

With the Fresno State Bulldogs at the top of the Mountain West Conference after their historic victory, it may be hard to imagine a scenario in which the university’s football team can ascend to even greater heights. Well, Fresno State Athletics Director Terry Tumey sees a way to do just that. But it won’t be […]

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Mireyda Barraza Martinez, once a Fresno State student who was better known as Mia, embodied a modern-day Chicana poet and activist hungry for progress, change and art. Barraza Martinez grew up in East Porterville, a low-income community with just over 7,000 people. The unincorporated area in eastern Tulare County is infamous for having been greatly […]

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Live Nation has confirmed the rescheduled dates for the “Man of the Woods” tour. Timberlake’s Dec. 3 concert at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA has been rescheduled to Mar. 13 of 2019. Tickets for the previously scheduled concerts are valid at the respective new dates in each city. For Complete Tour Information, visit: Justin Timberlake […]

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Over 300 people gathered for Swede Fest ‘18 Monday to view 28 sweded films on the big screen in the historic Tower Theatre. Swede Fest is not to be confused with a Swedish festival, which is a common mistake, hosts of the film festival said. According to the Swede Fest website, “a sweded film is […]

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When it comes to holiday theater offerings, the choices can be a bit monotonous. Productions of “A Christmas Carol” and “The Nutcracker” crowd a multitude of holiday calendars. University Theatre plans to break away from the mundane holiday fare when it offers a new holiday play, “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley.” The play was written […]

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Local immigrant rights advocates from the ICE Out of Fresno Coalition and other community members met on Sunday to discuss the cooperation of the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office with Immigrant Customs Enforcement (ICE). The meeting, held at an east Fresno church, aimed to respond to a previously held forum required by law by the Fresno […]

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          Letter: K-pop music gains popularity in America      Cache   Translate Page      

There I am, sitting down, doing my business in the Kremen Education Building restroom. As I sat on the toilet, I looked at the door in front of me and to my surprise, I found a group chat composed of K-pop fans. Graffiti literally plastered all over the door had to do with K-pop, with […]

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          Letter to the editor: Fresno state parking frustration continues      Cache   Translate Page      

To the Editor in Chief of The Collegian, As a student that has been attending Fresno State University for four years, the lack of parking has persisted throughout my undergraduate years and has been a constant frustration. Since my freshman year, securing parking has been stressful and has impacted my daily wellness as an individual. […]

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