If they do. Then they had it written in stone before the season even started. Just keep proving why Ayo is feared af. Steps on the court and he taps the Illinois and does hIs thing. Maybe not at all once. He does it better than anyone when it comes to his pace and endurance. Wear and tear and then make em dare.Anyone who is still saying Garza leads over Ayo for that honor now, is a hack. You are correct, Ayo's D and all around game is better than Garza.
I am still seeing orange to this day. What an orange blur in my mind's eye, and Jay Bilas saying Wake didn't take the punch - or something like that. Had that complete game on VHS but only seconds on a DVD review of that great season now at least. Thanks for the memory.That was the greatest game ever in the history of the universe. I have the panoramic photo of the Hall framed in my Illinois shrine.
The replay I watched on the local news didn't even show him jumping the pass, which, for me, makes it one of the greatest plays of the season.I am legit offended. They just showed the top 10 plays on Sportscenter and nothing from this game made the cut. I may be a homer with two of Curbelo’s passes and the Kofi block/Ayo fast break slam... but Trent’s steal/half court heave should have been the top play and it wasn’t even a mention. A high school game in the north burbs had a buzzer beater on the list.
The way he just palmed the ball in stride was awesome. Loved seeing his activity early in this game too. Didn't pop on the stat sheet, but he looked good out there. And that pass to Ayo on the break was beautiful.Miller’s dunk, of all the dunks, was my favorite. He went up and some authority. Took me by surprise/