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PostPosted: 02/09/19 3:06 pm    ::: Other Games week of 2-9 thru 2-15 Reply Reply with quote

CMU made a big comeback in the 4th quarter but still fell short and lost at home to Ohio: 78-75

Is their win against Miami (FL) enough to get them into the tourney?



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PostPosted: 02/09/19 4:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I thought Ohio was going to have a fourth-quarter collapse, but they hung on, are now 20-2, 9-2 in MAC play, and lead the league. The Chips have had a lot of trouble shooting threes lately, something that they were great at earlier in the season. Four of their starters have played very heavy minutes all season, and they really only go 6 deep. I'm thinking that may be catching up with them now.



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PostPosted: 02/09/19 6:09 pm    ::: Re: Other Games week of 2-9 thru 2-15 Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
CMU made a big comeback in the 4th quarter but still fell short and lost at home to Ohio: 78-75

Is their win against Miami (FL) enough to get them into the tourney?


Right now I would say yes, but it depends on how they finish the season. With the Ohio win today I rank CMU and Ohio almost even, with Buffalo squarely on the bubble and Miami with an outside chance to play themselves into an at-large bid (they would probably have to win the rest of their regular season games and at least get to the MAC semis.)


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PostPosted: 02/09/19 8:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I was a bit surprised to see ODU beat MTSU today: 70-65. I know Rice is pretty much the cream of the crop in CUSA this year, but assumed MTSU wouldn't be too far behind.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 2:24 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Maybe it's a good thing the battle for first in the B1G isn't being televised. Maryland is up 18-4 at Rutgers after the 1st quarter.


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PostPosted: 02/10/19 3:03 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Maybe it's a good thing the battle for first in the B1G isn't being televised. Maryland is up 18-4 at Rutgers after the 1st quarter.


still irritates me that most of their games are 'hidden'



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 3:08 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

tight game going on UCLA at Utah. Utah's Freshman PG Gylton reminds me quite a lot of OrSU's Weiss. You keep thinking she can't really be that good, but she actually is...especially impressive for a Freshman PG.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 3:16 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
dinkytown wrote:
Maybe it's a good thing the battle for first in the B1G isn't being televised. Maryland is up 18-4 at Rutgers after the 1st quarter.


still irritates me that most of their games are 'hidden'


RU playing like garbage. A lose likely drops them out of the top 25.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 4:29 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Maryland beats Rutgers 62-46. Terrible game by RU. Likely dropping out of the top 25. Probably a 6/7 seed now.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 4:42 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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tight game going on UCLA at Utah. Utah's Freshman PG Gylton reminds me quite a lot of OrSU's Weiss. You keep thinking she can't really be that good, but she actually is...especially impressive for a Freshman PG.


UCLA explodes for 40 in the 4th quarter and pulls out the upset on the road 100-90.


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PostPosted: 02/10/19 4:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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myrtle wrote:
tight game going on UCLA at Utah. Utah's Freshman PG Gylton reminds me quite a lot of OrSU's Weiss. You keep thinking she can't really be that good, but she actually is...especially impressive for a Freshman PG.


UCLA explodes for 40 in the 4th quarter and pulls out the upset on the road 100-90.


I thought the turning point was the 4th foul on Huff, which was a pretty iffy O-foul (ie I thought it was a flop). That totally changed the momentum...though it was really even up to that point. And Burke looked like an all-star.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 4:49 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

OrSU @ Cal a two point game at half. Grymek making a difference for the Beavers. I haven't understood why Scottie doesn't play her more. She's not fabulous, but definitely makes a difference in the middle.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 4:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

USC goes from beating Utah to losing to Colorado, 81-76.

That leaves Pitt as the only P5 school without a conference W.


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PostPosted: 02/10/19 5:54 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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OrSU @ Cal a two point game at half. Grymek making a difference for the Beavers. I haven't understood why Scottie doesn't play her more. She's not fabulous, but definitely makes a difference in the middle.


OrSU holds on to win in spite of fantastic 3 shooting by Cal in the fourth quarter. 82-74



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 5:56 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
fancy_daniel wrote:
myrtle wrote:
tight game going on UCLA at Utah. Utah's Freshman PG Gylton reminds me quite a lot of OrSU's Weiss. You keep thinking she can't really be that good, but she actually is...especially impressive for a Freshman PG.


UCLA explodes for 40 in the 4th quarter and pulls out the upset on the road 100-90.


I thought the turning point was the 4th foul on Huff, which was a pretty iffy O-foul (ie I thought it was a flop). That totally changed the momentum...though it was really even up to that point. And Burke looked like an all-star.


Burke was there and Huff pushed off. But yeah, it definitely opened everything up although the Bruins made a bunch of jumpers and the those steals that turned into baskets helped.


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PostPosted: 02/10/19 5:56 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

JMU went over to Hofstra from their win at Northeastern on Friday, and beat the Pride in a very fugly game, 59-44. The Dukes were without leading rebounder and blocking specialist Kayla Cooper-Williams, who took an elbow to the right eye from her own teammate Friday when they both went up for the ball. Don't know whether her eye was swollen shut or whether keeping her out was precautionary, but she was definitely missed.

In other CAA action, Northeastern beat Towson and UNCW barely hung on to defeat William & Mary, while Elon defeated College of Charleston in the battle for the basement. Delaware and Drexel have yet to play this evening.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 6:04 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
myrtle wrote:
OrSU @ Cal a two point game at half. Grymek making a difference for the Beavers. I haven't understood why Scottie doesn't play her more. She's not fabulous, but definitely makes a difference in the middle.


OrSU holds on to win in spite of fantastic 3 shooting by Cal in the fourth quarter. 82-74


There three point shooting and Anigwe chewing up the middle helped keep Cal in the game. It came down to Slocum and Aleah Goodman plus some heady defense from Pivec.

whars up with McWilliams.



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NoDakSt wrote:
myrtle wrote:
myrtle wrote:
OrSU @ Cal a two point game at half. Grymek making a difference for the Beavers. I haven't understood why Scottie doesn't play her more. She's not fabulous, but definitely makes a difference in the middle.


OrSU holds on to win in spite of fantastic 3 shooting by Cal in the fourth quarter. 82-74


There three point shooting and Anigwe chewing up the middle helped keep Cal in the game. It came down to Slocum and Aleah Goodman plus some heady defense from Pivec.

whars up with McWilliams.


yeah, I've been wondering that too. Remembering how good she was as a Freshman and here she is a Senior and just looks like she has regressed. Who knows.



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NoDakSt wrote:
myrtle wrote:
myrtle wrote:
OrSU @ Cal a two point game at half. Grymek making a difference for the Beavers. I haven't understood why Scottie doesn't play her more. She's not fabulous, but definitely makes a difference in the middle.


OrSU holds on to win in spite of fantastic 3 shooting by Cal in the fourth quarter. 82-74


There three point shooting and Anigwe chewing up the middle helped keep Cal in the game. It came down to Slocum and Aleah Goodman plus some heady defense from Pivec.

whars up with McWilliams.


Cal made a 4Q push and hit a batch of 3’s but OSU never stopped scoring so Cal couldn’t close the gap. McWilliams should be playing like a Senior on her last lap. But her nature is to be a deferential team player. That’s why Goodman is taking some of her minutes.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 10:13 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Andddd.....in other headlines: Auburn squeaks by Arkansas, 75-72, but NOT before Chelsea Dungee pours in 41 pts for Arkansas. Only relevant to me cuz Miss Dungee is one of those that walked away from Oklahoma.... Evil or Very Mad (....and 6'9" Miss Mulkey, who's at C-USA leading Rice these days). Ohhh-klahoma, what mighta been.... Crying or Very sad



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Some coaching milestones were cheap today

Robin Pingeton attained her overall 500th victory as Mizzou defeated Vandy.

Kim Barnes-Arico became the women's basketball coach to achieve 150 wins while at Michigan when the Wolvies downed the Niggany Lions.



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PostPosted: 02/10/19 10:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Andddd.....in other headlines: Auburn squeaks by Arkansas, 75-72, but NOT before Chelsea Dungee pours in 41 pts for Arkansas. Only relevant to me cuz Miss Dungee is one of those that walked away from Oklahoma.... Evil or Very Mad (....and 6'9" Miss Mulkey, who's at C-USA leading Rice these days). Ohhh-klahoma, what mighta been.... Crying or Very sad


I wouldn't be surprised to see more defections from Coales and Coales following this season.



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Some coaching milestones were cheap today

Robin Pingeton attained her overall 500th victory as Mizzou defeated Vandy.

Kim Barnes-Arico became the women's basketball coach to achieve 150 wins while at Michigan when the Wolvies downed the Niggany Lions.


Joanne P. McCallie coached her 400th game at Duke yesterday.

Unfortunately, Duke lost to Virginia for the first time since January 2000. The loss snapped Duke's 26-straight win against Virginia and broke an 11-game winning streak for Duke in games played in Charlottesville, Va.

And Duke lost 53-47, with the 47 points being the lowest against Virginia since Duke had 43 in Charlottesville, Va., on Jan. 24, 1987.


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PostPosted: 02/11/19 2:11 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ODU beat Middle Tennessee State at home, 70-65 yesterday. Aziah Hudson scored a career high 23 points as the Monarchs handed MTSU only its second conference loss of the season. It was also a special game for the Monarchs as it was the 17th annual Hoops for the Cure and Coach Nikki McCray-Penson is a breast cancer survivor.

I've been following ODU's rebuilding program with some interest as I met Nikki on several occasions when my dad was on the UT athletic board. I felt when ODU hired her that she could fix what Karen Barefoot broke and she seems to have made a very good start. (Meanwhile, Barefoot has gone to UNCW and made them somewhat respectable, 8-3 in the CAA.)



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Aaaandddd....TX pulls out a squeaky 6-pt victory over Oklahoma State in Stillwater. The Cowgirls are tough at home....I'd not have been shocked to see them win.



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