Hansbrough could sign with Notre Dame soon

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Former Mississippi State guard Ben Hansbrough was in South Bend, Ind., this weekend visiting Notre Dame.

The junior-to-be, who’ll have to sit out a year due to NCAA mandated transfer rules, said he enjoyed the visit.

“I liked it a lot,” he said. “I just don’t know about signing yet.”

The Irish, who have two scholarships to give, are expected to be pretty good next year, but lose a lot the following season when Hansbrough is eligible.

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10 Responses to “Hansbrough could sign with Notre Dame soon”

  1. bigdraws Says:

    Good luck BENadict.

  2. judwe Says:

    Here’s Ben signing with the Domers then them having an excellent 08′-09′, signing a MONSTER class and Ben being buried on the depth chart.

    Then Daddy will have to B**** to non other than the Pope about how their basketball program is inferior to North Carolina.

  3. cajundawg Says:

    He is going to regret leaving MSU… but I do wish him well.

  4. thingreenline Says:

    Obviously the kid doesn’t have a clue what he wants to do.
    It sure would suck to trasfer to a school, only to lose minutes. Funny as hell, but it would still suck.

  5. theconquistador2 Says:

    I agree with cajundawg. I think he’s going to regret leaving MSU especially if Gordon leaves.

  6. carwwest Says:

    tgl, thats what he is going to to, lose minutes…..he is a good player but we avg something like 33 minutes a game for us….i highly doubt he gets that somewhere else…..

  7. carwwest Says:

    he avgeraged 33 minutes sorry….

  8. msstate1 Says:

    well look at it this way… could be a blessing in disguise with Beckham coming in. I mean this def aint the worse thing that could happen… but yeah he def will regret leaving

  9. imabulldog Says:

    yeah that’s fine, go to a team like ND- who will never do anything in bball.

    He better learn his hail mary’s or he’ll never see the court

  10. hailstate Says:

    Maybe his Mom’s cougar antics won’t shame him into leaving ND, if she even moves there.

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