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If Detroit Mercy player could break record w/ tourny, why not count Pete's FR stats too?

Posted on 3/21/23 at 1:58 pm
Posted by AlaTiger
America
Member since Aug 2006
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Posted on 3/21/23 at 1:58 pm
Not saying we should, but if that Detroit Mercy player had gotten into that sham below the NIT tournament, it would have somehow counted and he would have been the record holder while playing 5 years and at least 63 more games than Maravich. Yet, Maravich's record was set in just 3 years because he couldn't play on the varsity team as a Freshman, per the rules of that day. If we're going to count some off-brand tournament that no one has ever heard of, then let's go back and count Pete's FR stats too.

What were they? How much did he average for the Freshman team at LSU that doesn't even count?

In other words, no way should Maravich's record ever fall with something like this. No way.
Posted by lsufball19
Franklin, TN
Member since Sep 2008
65582 posts
Posted on 3/21/23 at 2:33 pm to
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What were they? How much did he average for the Freshman team at LSU that doesn't even count?

43.6 ppg in 19 games on the "junior varsity" team, so approximately 828 points
Posted by SPEEDY
2005 Tiger Smack Poster of the Year
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Posted on 3/21/23 at 2:44 pm to
I wish they would go back and add known stats to their college records

Give Barry Sanders his 222 yards and 5 rushing TDs he ran for in the holiday bowl
Posted by AlaTiger
America
Member since Aug 2006
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Posted on 3/21/23 at 4:23 pm to
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43.6 ppg in 19 games on the "junior varsity" team, so approximately 828 points



Thanks. Pete is still in first, so leave it alone. But, if anyone ever gets close again in this same kind of fake way, just add 828 points to Maravich's record and keep him in first.
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