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gozagswoohoo
03-24-2009, 08:34 AM
In the last 10 years, if you happen to know?

Someone posted this last year, I tried searching for it but came up empty.

Is there a site that would show our record against all the other power conferences?

former1dog
03-24-2009, 08:38 AM
10 to 12 wins vs. 2 to 4 losses is my recollection. GoZags or other similarly well informed Zag fan will be along to set the record straight.

Off the top of my head, we've lost to Maryland back in '95 and Duke a couple season's ago and the rest have been wins.

Most pertinent, we are 1-0 against UNC.:D

Snagglezag
03-24-2009, 08:41 AM
Let's not forget that shellacking at Virginia a couple years ago...

ZagNative
03-24-2009, 09:00 AM
See gmo's thread from a couple of days ago here (http://www.guboards.spokesmanreview.com/showthread.php?t=19700&highlight=virginia).

gozagswoohoo
03-24-2009, 09:01 AM
So a guy was texting me that the zags are always overrated, and THEN said this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!--------

"If Coach K was at Gonzaga, they would be a national powerhouse".


O............M................G...........


Come on now...that pissed me off, so I went off on him, and here are my texts back to him word for word.

"First off, comparing a 10 year coach to the best coach in the ncaa is....RIDICULOUS. But if you want to go there...How about comparing both of their first 10 seasons as head coaches for their current teams? Few has over an 80% win percentage, somewhere around 10-4 against your beloved ACC, and been to the ncaa tourney EVERY year, 4 of those being Sweet 16 appearances! All with a school that has an enrollment of somewhere around 7,000!! He took a nobody school that brings in 2 and 3 star recruits to a school that has had no less than a 23 win season and is pulling in 4 and 5 star recruits.....again...all in less than 10 years! In his first 10 seasons, Coach K lost 43 MORE games than Few has. Now, attribute that to him being in the ACC, that's fine. But, put the zags in the ACC and I GAURANTEE they could average 4 conferences losses or less! Big f**** deal! And here is the kicker!! The big schools DO want Few, but he doesn't want them because he HAS built his powerhouse and they are only going to get better! A DOWN year for Gonzaga is 23 losses and an ncaa appearance. How many teams in the country wouldn't take that??"


He hasn't written back....hehe.


PS- I had more to type to him, but my fingers got tired.

CodeCobalt
03-24-2009, 09:01 AM
quoting ZagNative from another post

"Wins:

1. 3/16/2001 Virginia
2. 12/17/2002 NC St.
3. 12/6/2003 Maryland
4. 12/18/2004 Georgia Tech.
5. 11/21/2005 Maryland
6. 12/17/2005 Virginia
7. 11/22/2006 North Carolina
8. 11/24/2007 Virg. Tech.
9. 11/28/2008 Maryland


Losses:

1. 12/21/2006 Duke
2. 1/3/2007 Virginia"

but thats not including the loss to maryland in '95. So 10-3 all time, 10.2 the last 10 years

gozagswoohoo
03-24-2009, 09:06 AM
Beautiful, thanks CodeCobalt.

rawkmandale
03-24-2009, 10:56 AM
Good to keep this on the front page this week, in order to frighten casual observers from "elsewhere."

GoZags
03-24-2009, 12:18 PM
ACC is 3-10 alltime vs Gonzaga and 0-3 when ranked in the Top 5

GU Wins:

1. 11/24/97 #5 Clemson
2. 3/16/2001 #12 Virginia
3. 12/17/2002 #25 NC St.
4. 12/6/2003 #24 Maryland
5. 12/18/2004 #3 Georgia Tech.
6. 11/21/2005 #23 Maryland
7. 12/17/2005 Virginia
8. 11/22/2006 #2 North Carolina
9. 11/24/2007 Virg. Tech.
10. 11/28/2008 Maryland


GU Losses:

1. 3/16/95 #10 Maryland
2. 12/21/2006 #6 Duke
3. 1/3/2007 Virginia"

kdaleb
03-24-2009, 12:50 PM
So we haven't beaten a ranked ACC team in over two years! Yikes, that's embarassing!

BTW, I feel it's also worth mentioning that exactly one of those GU vs ACC games was in Spokane.

lothar98zag
03-24-2009, 12:55 PM
...BTW, I feel it's also worth mentioning that exactly one of those GU vs ACC games was in Spokane.
exactly!

1-0 in Spokane. 9-3 for N or R games.

kitzbuel
03-24-2009, 01:31 PM
So with that loss to Duke, the Zags owe them three whuppins, following the Maryland model.