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BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: KSR 2010 Survey (Part 3 of 5)

Evan Daniels does the John Wall.  See, he loves Kentucky.  Don’t hate on the man. 

Before we get started with the 3rd question of the KSR survey, I did want to convey something that I found out this morning.  Evan Daniels of called me up and said he wanted to “revise” his prediction for the Marquis Teague decision.  He said the 60-40 comment he made during his KSR Live Blog appearance was a snap judgement, and he wanted to make a correction.  So, it the past 15 minutes, Evan tweeted this message.  And I just checked, and Evan just put up an article about the Teague recruitment.


OK, now that we have that out of the way, let’s get to question #3:


Patrick Barker

Louisville, Tennessee, Duke, UNC, Indiana
Dustin Rumbaugh

Louisville, Duke, North Carolina, Indiana, Tennessee
Christopher Johns

North Carolina (snobby bastards), Duke, Tennessee, Louisville, Indiana (I hardly consider them a rival anymore.)
Hunter Campbell

Duke, Louisville, Tennessee, North Carolina, Indiana
Kate Martin

Louisville, North Carolina, Indiana, Tennessee, Duke

Louisville, Tennessee, North Carolina, Indiana, Duke
Combination of the 6 writers
1) Louisville: 26 points
2) North Carolina: 19 points
3) Duke: 18 points
4) Tennessee: 17 points
5) Indiana: 10 points 

Do the 6 of us have it right?  Is Louisville hands down the team you want to beat the most?  Is Duke ahead of Tennessee in your book?  Is Indiana even a rival anymore?  Give us your say.

(NOTE: For those of you who were tricked at the beggining of this post, I am sorry.  Not really, but I will at least say I am sorry.  I just know that Evan’s 60-40 comment in the live blog has been twisted and turned 80 different ways, when all Evan really meant was the competition was very close and its basically a toss-up.  I know nothing has really changed on that front.  Point being, just let the chips fall where they will on announcement day, and leave it at that.  Agonizing over every comment a recruiting analyst says is just silly.  But what I am most interested in is this: those of you who got Rick Rolld’ by the first link, how many still went ahead and clicked the second link?  Cmon, be honest.)

Article written by Bryan the Intern