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AmericaEasterBunny

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  1. 2/10/11 vs. Boston U. (@ MSG): 13 points = 1,494 --> #5 (Same)
  2. Just curious - why do you think Billy Allen will graduate this year? Isn't he a junior eligibility-wise?
  3. !!! LOVE HIM!!! Drained a three and two huge foul shots, plus harassed Zeglinski every second. That kid has heart.
  4. I know you can walk...I grew up there. Walking in the cold is no fun and people don't usually do it, especially if it's snowing. And you overestimate students' and professors' interest in UNH basketball. Attendance: 345
  5. The crowd will likely be very small, even for UNH. There is a huge snowstorm headed for Durham as well and UNH has already cancelled Wednesday classes (as did Albany).
  6. Agreed, but don't get your hopes up. Binghamton has been TERRIBLE lately. (I assume that by BU, you mean Boston University. Some people from NY (i.e. my roommate) think/say that BU stands for Binghamton University.)
  7. True that Iati will never be an offensive threat, but I don't think Watts is much of one either at this point as he has a bad shot. Also, I'd rather have Iati's good defense than Watts' crap fouling defense, but we'll have to agree to disagree I was just happy for Iati that he went out there for the first real minutes in a long while and accomplished what he did - the kid has heart. And his height makes you want to root for him!
  8. Think you needed to see the whole game since Ambrose had 15 points and 14 rebounds
  9. Do you mean an embarrassing win? And I think Jacob Iati is progressing - no 3s, no TOs, and great D on Dougher
  10. Replay will be available on espn.com (ESPN3)...likely not until tomorrow though.
  11. I thought UA played great until the last quarter of the game, so I am going to pretend the last five minutes didn't happen and try to be encouraged by how well they played throughout most of it.
  12. Game is on NESN for those of us in New England! The TV lied!!! But the game is on channelsurfing.
  13. We need to put a good defensive player on John Holland - someone who can keep up with him on the perimeter and in the paint. When he doesn't score, BU struggles. I'm afraid that a match-up zone will leave Holland open to knock down threes. Any ideas on who should guard Holland?
  14. UNH fell behind because of 15 turnovers in the first half. They 'adjusted' by hitting six straight threes in 5 1/2 minutes and shooting 67% in the second half. Conley had 33 for the game, 25 in the 2nd. CB said Monday that while we did OK vs. UVM they had a 'flat' 1-3-1 with Accoui out front, Hart had 6'9" Sabia up top and 6'8" Maciel in the middle stopping the drives, and both of them making it hard to pass over or thru. I was at the UNH-Hartford game. As soon as I saw Hartford's zone, I understood why Albany couldn't score. It was unbelievable - no way to get shots that weren't NBA threes (clearly not UNH's strong suit). In the second half, Hartford did go to man-to-man occasionally, but UNH went on a 20-2 run by hitting like 9 threes on their next possessions. They would set a screen to get Conley open in the corner and he could not miss. It was amazing, and he was the only reason that UNH won. Considering Albany had a bad shooting night, there was no way that they could beat Hartford with its zone. So I guess my observation is that, as much as I don't want to admit it, UNH got really, really lucky in that they couldn't miss from the perimeter - and that's the only reason they won. (Also thanks to two missed Hartford FTs at the end.) So I think the Albany-Hartford game said more about Hartford as a great defensive team than it did about Albany as a team in general. (Note: I did not watch or listen to the Hartford/UA game, so I could definitely be wrong.) Edit: UNH-Hartford Highlights - see how UNH beat Hartford's zone: http://www.unhwildcats.com/sports/mbkb/playlists
  15. He's still #12..Todd Cetnar is in 11th place with 1,354 points. Hmm, I just checked the media guide again and it lists Cetnar as having 1,345 points... https://admin.xosn.com/attachments1/88325.pdf?DB_OEM_ID=15800
  16. Didn't get a chance to listen to the game so if anyone knows the answers to these questions, I'd greatly appreciate it! 1. Why did John Puk only play 13 minutes? 2. Who on Hartford got a technical foul and why?
  17. He did it to raise money for cancer, which I think is what his mom died of earlier this year. But now I think he keeps it for the attention: http://twitter.com/#!/FjeldsMustache
  18. 1/2/11 vs. New Hampshire: 16 points = 1,332 --> #12 (same)
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