To be clear I want Bryce McGowens to do whatever he deems to be best for him and the chances that he comes back is slim to none in my opinion unless his brother says he would come back as well. If his brother says he would come back then it might bump it up to 49% chance that Bryce comes back to Nebraska.
Whether he comes back for another year or jumps for the NBA, I still think McGowens will spend a season or two in the G-League just so he can physically develop. The last mock draft had him going toward the end of the first round. Generally, if you aren’t considered a lottery pick then it really becomes a crap shoot on where you end up getting picked.
Heck, you never know. I mean Dalano Banton ended up getting drafted and everybody was surprised about that one. So who really knows.
Bryce has all of the skills needed for the next level. I think it is just a matter of time as he builds his body.
Regardless, I hope success finds him whether he decides to stay or jump to the NBA.
SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
Nebraska Basketball: Major questions remain for Hoiberg, NU heading into critical offseason
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Morning Mash: The QB run convo, Whip's work, and Frost's most telling comment yesterday
Sometimes the hours slip away and the morning mash becomes a midday mash, but when you've committed to a title you stick with it. We already had the posters made for "Morning Mash" after all.
Let's proceed with thoughts that could be had at 8 a.m. or, say, over the noon hour.
After squandering big lead to end season, Hoiberg stresses appreciation for players
There would be no stunning run. As it turned out, they wouldn't get one.
The Huskers outhustled Northwestern for 20 minutes, picking up right where they had left off on a surprising three-game winning streak near season's end. But all of Wednesday's first-half effort was basically erased from the chalkboard over a span of 3 minutes in which Northwestern ratted off 14 straight points to cut a 15-point Nebraska lead to 1 with 12:26 left.
Why Mitch Trubisky will be the biggest free agency winner this year - SBNation.com
The NFL free agency period doesn’t begin until March 16, but we already know who the big winner is going to be. Mitch Trubisky won’t be the highest paid signing this year, but a dearth of QB talent and plenty of needy teams will cause him to earn far above his market value.
Bronny James scouting report: How he can make NBA draft without playing like his dad - SBNation.com
“My last year will be played with my son,” James told The Athletic. “Wherever Bronny is at, that’s where I’ll be. I would do whatever it takes to play with my son for one year. It’s not about the money at that point.”
NFL free agency 2022: Ranking the best offensive players at each position - SBNation.com
With franchise tags behind us, now we get to really dive into NFL free agency in earnest. The official signing window won’t open until March 16, but we’ll know a lot about who is going where prior to that.
Four weeks, three practices a week. A month to forge what this Michigan Football team aims to be in 2022.
For head coach Jim Harbaugh, he’s a mix of enthusiastic and confident — he likes this team.
“Right now, it’s scary good,” Harbaugh proclaimed.
Vecenie’s 2022 NBA Draft Big Board 3.0: Chet Holmgren, Jabari Smith in their own tier; Shaedon Sharpe enters fray – The Athletic
Players who emerge this month have every opportunity to be able to push themselves into the conversation to be taken in Round 1.
This is the most disrespectful foul call I have ever seen a ref make pic.twitter.com/GHmRPYnme7— Hoops (@HoopMixOnly) March 6, 2022
The horns down got pretty aggressive here. pic.twitter.com/t4mgcpzZyS— Connor Happer (@ConnorHapper) March 10, 2022
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
Does My Son Know You? - The Ringer
Waiting for a PET scan is pretty boring. The nurse brings you down a long hallway with a bunch of rooms on each side. Each is just big enough to fit a chair and a sink. They all look the same except for the picture on the wall. I’ve seen a pond, a lake, and some mountains.