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Miles Bridges will Return to Michigan to Decide his Future

USA Today

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Miles Bridges will leave his Huntington Prep School for his home of Flint, Michigan to announce his college choice on October 3rd.  The move to decide comes not long after Bridges took his official visit to Michigan State, where he allegedly met some of the Spartans’ infamous Flintstones, the 2000 Championship team that was built around Flint natives.

Matt once believed Bridges was a lock to become Cal’s next elite scoring forward.  Now, all signs point to Michigan State.

It goes to show that even when Calipari is recruiting, there’s no such thing as a sure thing.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

7 Comments for Miles Bridges will Return to Michigan to Decide his Future



  1. Tim
    9:29 pm September 23, 2015 Permalink

    “It goes to show”? He hasn’t announced. Nothing has been shown. His family lives in Flint. Maybe he just wants to share the moment with them?



  2. Tim
    9:30 pm September 23, 2015 Permalink

    And the 2000 MSU wasn’t infamous. Unless they robbed a bank or something that I’m unaware of.



  3. Leuther
    9:32 pm September 23, 2015 Permalink

    My sources say he’s headed to dook…



  4. BAdams
    8:03 am September 24, 2015 Permalink

    Will suck to lose him, but you cant blame a kid for staying home. However, he needs to look at Izzo’s track record lately and compare that closely to Cal’s and see who will prepare him better for the NBA. And Tim, they won the title that year.



    • Megan
      9:38 am September 24, 2015 Permalink

      Tim was pointing out how Nick misused the word “infamous,” which means having a reputation of the worst kind: notoriously evil.

      When FDR said that December 7, 1941 was a date that would live in infamy, he meant that the bombing of Pearl Harbor was a bad thing. A really bad thing.

      In what way do you think the Michigan State championship team of 2000 was notoriously evil?



  5. 8 god
    8:34 am September 24, 2015 Permalink

    Same happened with Adriean Payne, look how he turned out!



  6. TKAT
    11:36 am September 24, 2015 Permalink

    These recruiting misses in the past have generally worked out for UK as Cal’s 2nd choice turns out to be even better.