Iverson reportedly headed to Colorado St.

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  • Updated: April 21, 2011 - 12:20 AM
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Daniel888Apr. 21, 1112:24 AM

He might do better with less competition.

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hockeyguy612Apr. 21, 11 1:37 AM

best of luck to you Colton, hope you find whatever it is you're looking for

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bradplakeApr. 21, 11 7:57 AM

Sorry to see you go Colton! You're much better off getting away from our so called coach Tubby. As you know, he's not a coach.

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notsidApr. 21, 11 9:51 AM

Seems like a nice kid who works very hard. He didn't develop all that much under Smith but maybe he will during his two years at Colorado State, the latter of them as a roster player.

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rogermarisApr. 21, 1111:47 AM

With Tim Miles coaching him up, should see some dramatic improvement.

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dhayenApr. 21, 1112:05 PM

Colton Iverson = Stiff. See ya, Never Been.

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krb1maxApr. 21, 1112:34 PM

Colton could not make a shot from 3 feet away last year after a promising big ten tourney the year before. He was a stiff last year, if he would have played better he would have started end of story. Good luck though, you will look better against weak competiton

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teacher5Apr. 21, 11 1:47 PM

Colton did not play enough. Five minutes here and five minutes there is not going to get you in the flow of the game. If he made a mistake he would be taken out. You can't play that way. He played hard and was hard nosed unlike the other big man.

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Harry_PotterApr. 21, 11 2:37 PM

Iverson saw the writing on the wall and knew he wouldn't be getting much playing time. He would be behind Sampson, Trevor, Walker and even Eliason. Hope he does well at Colorado St.

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hobie2Apr. 21, 11 6:06 PM

"Five minutes here and five minutes there is not going to get you in the flow of the game. If he made a mistake he would be taken out."... You have hit the nail on the head as to why no one develops on that team as well as other players develop on other Big Ten teams... Iverson developed a lot on defense, and he was constantly given over-extended assignments for any 5 player, setting him up for failure.. but he rarely failed defensively even then... Word is Iverson was an embarrassment to Tubby's big man coach who kept messing him up with offensive changes, and that Iverson was a basketball savvy player who was a threat to Tubby's control of the team by asking very good questions to which Smith had no answers. Watch any game and you could tell Tubby was not his fan - even when Iverson carried the team in those games last year - not one congrats.

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