Monday, March 14, 2016

33 42 137 | Oklahoma Sooners, Coach Lon Kruger & why a Kansas vs Oklahoma Final Four match makes sense



The Oklahoma Sooners basketball program are in their 109th year of existence, and have a current tournament record of 37-29.  What is interesting, is that if they made it to the Final Four, and won, they would earn their 42nd win, on April 2, 2016.

4/2/2016 = 4+2+20+16 = 42
Sooners = 33/42

They would likely have to play and defeat Kansas for that to occur.  Despite the numerological alignment, I see Kansas winning that game.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lon_Kruger

Lonnie = 3+6+5+5+9+5 = 33 (Lon = 3+6+5 = 14)
Duane = 4+3+1+5+5 = 18
Kruger = 2+9+3+7+5+9 = 35/44 (Championship on 4/4)
Lonnie Duane Kruger = 86/95
Lon Kruger = 49/58

Lonnie = 12+15+14+14+9+5 = 69 (Lon = 12+15+14 = 41)
Duane = 4+21+1+14+5 = 45
Kruger = 11+18+21+7+5+18 = 80
Lonnie Duane Kruger = 194
Lon Kruger = 121

4/19/1952 = 4+19+19+52 = 94
4/19/1952 = 4+19+(1+9+5+2) = 40
4/19/1952 = 4+1+9+1+9+5+2 = 31
4/19/52 = 4+19+52 = 75

It is interesting that Lonnie's birthday is 137-days after the championship.  137 is the 33rd prime, fitting nicely with the gematria of his first name, 'Lonnie'.  Sooners also has gematria of '33'.

Sooners = 1+6+6+5+5+9+1 = 33/42/51
Lonnie = 3+6+5+5+9+5 = 33

5 comments:

  1. So do you think these college athletes are in on the rigging as well? I have no doubt the pro players are, but the student-athletes? I know these guys aren't really students even though they're called such, they're there to play their respective sport and make money for the school and ncaa. But could they really be in on the rigging? It's not like they're paid beyond free meals and scholarships. I'm sure the coaches and refs are in on it...

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    1. College is more like the farm league for the pro teams. They're definitely in on it. I have predicted the sports championships correctly using the same methods as I do for the pros, so I don't see how else it could be.

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    2. And lots of college players who are destined for the big-time are paid well beyond what you said.

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    3. Interesting, thank you for informing me. Makes sense then how these seemingly broke college athletes suddenly end up with money before they reach the pros in their respective sport. So the only sport that's true competition is high school and small college? At d3 schools the players are almost guaranteed to not be in the pros.

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  2. Maybe the 33 and 42 connections mean they will be the "sacrifice" to Kansas on April 2nd; 4/2?

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