Mark Strotman will have the full write-up tomorrow, but after seeing the way West Virginia fans feel the world is out to get them, a quick chart should settle things (ok it won’t settle anything because they love a good conspiracy theory).
Just look at the way Crowder finished the year. He dominated Kevin Jones in the final seven games — including a head-to-head — and left no doubt in the minds of voters that he was more valuable than DJO this season. Jones had a tremendous start to the year, but much like his team, faltered near the end. In most years what Jones accomplished would be enough, but Crowder was just too good.
Congratulations to the Big East Player of the Year, Jae Crowder.