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Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:40 am
by Mvemjsunpx
Vidav wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:
Nice to know they can put their foot on the throat of the worst team in FCS and keep it there...


12 different players were in the game for the Griz and only one didn't score. I don't follow much outside of the Griz but Idaho seems pretty terrible.


They're 4-18 and they only have one healthy upperclassman.

2/9 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 7:31 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    ISU 72-78 SUU; T-Birds win despite Brandon Better going 0/8 from three
    WEB 86-71 NAU; Jerrick Harding & Cody John combine for 54 points
    EWU 74-75 UMT; The Griz barely eke it out despite leading for ≈36 minutes
    IDA 72-86 MSU; Five Bobcats score in double figures on an otherwise somber day for MSU basketball
    SAC 59-65 UNC; The Bears pull it out after shooting 33% in the first half



    Women

    UMT 64-67 EWU; Violet Kapri Morrow scores 25 as the Eags get their first DI home win of the season
    UNC 66-85 PSU; The Bears suffer their most lopsided conference loss in 6 years
    MSU 65-90 IDA; The Vandals get 56 points from Ferenz & Pierce & set a school record with 19 treys
    SUU 47-80 ISU; Suutah falls to 1-11 on the road as they lose shooting 53%-34%
    NAU 75-64 WEB; Lumberjacks win the boards by 16

Re: 2/9 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:15 am
by kalm
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
    Men

    ISU 72-78 SUU; T-Birds win despite Brandon Better going 0/8 from three
    WEB 86-71 NAU; Jerrick Harding & Cody John combine for 54 points
    EWU 74-75 UMT; The Griz barely eke it out despite leading for ≈36 minutes
    IDA 72-86 MSU; Five Bobcats score in double figures on an otherwise somber day for MSU basketball
    SAC 59-65 UNC; The Bears pull it out after shooting 33% in the first half



    Women

    UMT 64-67 EWU; Violet Kapri Morrow scores 25 as the Eags get their first DI home win of the season
    UNC 66-85 PSU; The Bears suffer their most lopsided conference loss in 6 years
    MSU 65-90 IDA; The Vandals get 56 points from Ferenz & Pierce & set a school record with 19 treys
    SUU 47-80 ISU; Suutah falls to 1-11 on the road as they lose shooting 53%-34%
    NAU 75-64 WEB; Lumberjacks win the boards by 16


I know Akoh was out but I’m still encouraged by how we’re playing. Might make some noise in the conference tournament.

Re: 2/9 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:48 am
by AZGrizFan
kalm wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
    Men

    ISU 72-78 SUU; T-Birds win despite Brandon Better going 0/8 from three
    WEB 86-71 NAU; Jerrick Harding & Cody John combine for 54 points
    EWU 74-75 UMT; The Griz barely eke it out despite leading for ≈36 minutes
    IDA 72-86 MSU; Five Bobcats score in double figures on an otherwise somber day for MSU basketball
    SAC 59-65 UNC; The Bears pull it out after shooting 33% in the first half



    Women

    UMT 64-67 EWU; Violet Kapri Morrow scores 25 as the Eags get their first DI home win of the season
    UNC 66-85 PSU; The Bears suffer their most lopsided conference loss in 6 years
    MSU 65-90 IDA; The Vandals get 56 points from Ferenz & Pierce & set a school record with 19 treys
    SUU 47-80 ISU; Suutah falls to 1-11 on the road as they lose shooting 53%-34%
    NAU 75-64 WEB; Lumberjacks win the boards by 16


I know Akoh was out but I’m still encouraged by how we’re playing. Might make some noise in the conference tournament.


Akoh being out was huge. Griz are a mediocre team without him in the lineup. Next year scares me.

Re: 2/9 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:01 am
by Mvemjsunpx
AZGrizFan wrote:
kalm wrote:
I know Akoh was out but I’m still encouraged by how we’re playing. Might make some noise in the conference tournament.


Akoh being out was huge. Griz are a mediocre team without him in the lineup. Next year scares me.


Well, we already figured the team would be down next year. It'll be near impossible to replace Rorie, Oguine, Moorehead, and Akoh (& Dorsey if he doesn't get a 6th. year) without missing a beat, and it'll be even more impossible if DeCuire gets poached. Next year's team looks like it could end up in a similar situation to what we saw Tinkle's final year.

There's reason for hope, though. Dorsey seems like a good candidate for a 6th. year, Miller &/or Selchuk could be good, Kramer could find some skill, Anderson could figure out how to play more than 5 seconds without fouling somebody (seriously, he's averaging 11.8 fouls-per-40-minutes :shock: ), etc.

Re: 2/9 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:57 am
by AZGrizFan
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:
Akoh being out was huge. Griz are a mediocre team without him in the lineup. Next year scares me.


Well, we already figured the team would be down next year. It'll be near impossible to replace Rorie, Oguine, Moorehead, and Akoh (& Dorsey if he doesn't get a 6th. year) without missing a beat, and it'll be even more impossible if DeCuire gets poached. Next year's team looks like it could end up in a similar situation to what we saw Tinkle's final year.

There's reason for hope, though. Dorsey seems like a good candidate for a 6th. year, Miller &/or Selchuk could be good, Kramer could find some skill, Anderson could figure out how to play more than 5 seconds without fouling somebody (seriously, he's averaging 11.8 fouls-per-40-minutes :shock: ), etc.


Falls/Pridget/Dorsey/Miller/Manuel & Kramer/Anderson....they better outscore people...lol

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:41 pm
by css75
Real sad to see Vandals misfortune.


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Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 2:52 pm
by AZGrizFan
css75 wrote:Real sad to see Vandals misfortune.


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Yeah, I shed a real tear for them last night... :coffee: :coffee:

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:06 pm
by SDHornet
css75 wrote:Real sad to see Vandals misfortune.


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They are playing a very young team this year, right?

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:40 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
SDHornet wrote:
css75 wrote:Real sad to see Vandals misfortune.


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They are playing a very young team this year, right?


Trevon Allen is their only healthy upperclassman.

2/11 Scores

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:33 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    PSU 67-78 SAC; Hornets win shooting 59%-36%



    Women

    UNC 71-61 SAC; Savannah Smith scores 30 while Ali Meyer gets 16 rebounds

Post-Week-7 Standings

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:50 am
by Mvemjsunpx
      Men

      1. Montana _____________10-2_____17-6_____ W7
      2. Northern Colorado___10-3_____16-8_____ W2
      3. Weber State___________8-4_____15-9_____ W1
      4. Montana State ________8-5_____11-12____ W3
      5. Southern Utah ________7-6_____12-10____ W3
      6. Eastern Washington___6-6______8-15____ L2
      7. Northern Arizona _____5-8______7-16____ L3
      8. Idaho State ___________5-8______9-13____ L1
      9. Sacramento State _____4-8_____10-11____ W1
      10.Portland State_________4-8______9-14____ L3
      11.Idaho _________________1-11_____4-19____ L9



      Women

      1. Idaho ________________10-2_____13-8_____ W6
      2. Northern Colorado___10-3_____15-7_____ W1
      3. Idaho State __________10-3_____15-7_____ W1
      4. Portland State_________9-3_____17-4_____ W2
      5. Montana State ________7-6_____12-11____ L1
      6. Eastern Washington___5-7______6-15____ W1
      7. Montana ______________5-7_____10-11____ L3
      8. Sacramento State _____4-8______8-12____ L2
      9. Northern Arizona _____4-9______8-14____ W2
      10.Southern Utah ________3-10_____6-16____ L3
      11.Weber State___________2-11_____5-18____ L1

POTW - Week 14

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 3:41 pm
by Mvemjsunpx

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:24 pm
by ALPHAGRIZ1
Its sad when BSC bball is better than the football.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 8:58 pm
by Vidav
Griz beat Weber 83-80. :thumb:

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 10:04 pm
by SDHornet
Hornets roll SUU 84-73.

Thanks for the drive by post on SB dbj. :lol: :thumb:

2/14 Scores

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 6:58 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    NAU 94-103 PSU; Woods gets 27 points and 10 assists while Sal Nuhu gets 20 points, 8 boards, and 6 blocks
    SUU 73-84 SAC; Joshua Patton gets 22 points and 13 rebounds
    UNC 75-47 IDA; Bears win points-off-turnovers 32-2
    MSU 84-76 ISU; Three Bobcats actually scored more points than Tyler Hall in this one
    UMT 83-80 WEB; Griz win consecutive games over Weber in Ogden for the first time since 1991-92



    Women

    SAC 75-69 SUU (OT); Kennedy Nicholas & Hannah Friend each get 22 points and 10 rebounds
    PSU 74-59 NAU; Kaleigh Paplow scores a season-low 2 points for NAU
    WEB 56-64 UMT; Jace Henderson shoots 70% from the field and 9% from the line :? :lol:
    ISU 62-49 MSU; Bobcats finish with 0 second-chance points
    EWU 76-72 UNC; Violet Kapri Morrow scores 29 in this battle of the Big Sky's two most enigmatic teams

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 8:19 am
by AZGrizFan
One again the Griz open up a 20 point lead, 40-20, then hang on by their fingernails for the win. I just don't get it...EVERY. SINGLE. GAME. My heart can't take much more of this...

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 8:45 am
by Mvemjsunpx
AZGrizFan wrote:One again the Griz open up a 20 point lead, 40-20, then hang on by their fingernails for the win. I just don't get it...EVERY. SINGLE. GAME. My heart can't take much more of this...


Well… I didn't expect them to win this game at all coming in, so I'm not gonna complain.

It was a big win, too. The Griz are now heavy favorites to win the regular-season title even if Akoh's out (we know he won't play Saturday) since they already hammered NoCo on the road and Weber's effectively out of the race.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:33 am
by AZGrizFan
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:One again the Griz open up a 20 point lead, 40-20, then hang on by their fingernails for the win. I just don't get it...EVERY. SINGLE. GAME. My heart can't take much more of this...


Well… I didn't expect them to win this game at all coming in, so I'm not gonna complain.

It was a big win, too. The Griz are now heavy favorites to win the regular-season title even if Akoh's out (we know he won't play Saturday) since they already hammered NoCo on the road and Weber's effectively out of the race.


Akoh is done. He had surgery already on his knee.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:38 am
by Mvemjsunpx
AZGrizFan wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
Well… I didn't expect them to win this game at all coming in, so I'm not gonna complain.

It was a big win, too. The Griz are now heavy favorites to win the regular-season title even if Akoh's out (we know he won't play Saturday) since they already hammered NoCo on the road and Weber's effectively out of the race.


Akoh is done. He had surgery already on his knee.


I didn't see that post on eGriz until just now. Assuming it's correct, that's bad… but I think the Griz are still the favorite to go to the NCAAs and the heavy favorite to win the regular-season title. The biggest threat is Weber with a healthy Braxton in the tourney. I'm not too worried about NoCo, especially since they don't seem to be a zone team under Linder.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2019 4:34 pm
by Mvemjsunpx
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
AZGrizFan wrote:
Akoh is done. He had surgery already on his knee.


I didn't see that post on eGriz until just now. Assuming it's correct, that's bad… but I think the Griz are still the favorite to go to the NCAAs and the heavy favorite to win the regular-season title. The biggest threat is Weber with a healthy Braxton in the tourney. I'm not too worried about NoCo, especially since they don't seem to be a zone team under Linder.


A poster on eGriz is saying they saw Akoh running up & down stairs at the Lady Griz game today. I doubt he'd be doing that if he just had knee surgery.

Re: 2018-19 Big Sky Basketball

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2019 4:46 pm
by AZGrizFan
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
Mvemjsunpx wrote:
I didn't see that post on eGriz until just now. Assuming it's correct, that's bad… but I think the Griz are still the favorite to go to the NCAAs and the heavy favorite to win the regular-season title. The biggest threat is Weber with a healthy Braxton in the tourney. I'm not too worried about NoCo, especially since they don't seem to be a zone team under Linder.


A poster on eGriz is saying they saw Akoh running up & down stairs at the Lady Griz game today. I doubt he'd be doing that if he just had knee surgery.


Huh. Conflicting stories on eGriz. Never heard of that before! :lol:

2/16 Scores

Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2019 8:40 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    UNC 78-88 EWU (OT); The Bears lose despite getting six players in double figures
    SUU 69-78 PSU; The Vikings go to 6-0 at home against Southern Utah in Big Sky play
    NAU 78-66 SAC; The 'Jacks shoot a season-high 57%
    UMT 80-68 ISU; Montana wins their 17th. straight over ISU
    MSU 82-94 WEB; Weber goes 13/26 from the arc



    Women

    PSU 81-56 SUU; The Viks shoot 54%, their best mark on the road this season
    SAC 69-71 NAU; The 'Jacks win a game they led for only 29 seconds
    ISU 59-60 UMT; Lady Griz win despite only scoring 2 points in the second quarter
    WEB 59-72 MSU; Weber shoots 22% in the second half after shooting 53% in the first
    IDA 72-77 UNC; Savannah Smith gets 35 points, 6 assists, and 6 steals

2/18 Scores

Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 5:08 am
by Mvemjsunpx
    Men

    IDA 57-82 EWU; Eagles win second-half shooting 62%-38%



    Women

    IDA 75-74 EWU; EWU made a layup with :02 left, then Ferenz hit a trey that counted after a lengthy review