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RenoZag
02-26-2010, 04:29 AM
. . .pretty much sums things up for Saturday:




``We don't want to share the title with anybody,'' Sacre said. ``We have to get back at San Francisco.''



AP Story Link (http://msn.foxsports.com/cbk/story/No-18-Gonzaga-88-Santa-Clara-51-32977266)

RenoZag
02-26-2010, 04:32 AM
It was Gonzaga’s defense that paved the way for the blowout. Santa Clara (11-19, 3-10) made just six field goals in the first half. The Broncos’ shooting percentage was in the 20s most of the night before they finished at 34 percent. Santa Clara had 15 turnovers, which GU converted into 22 points.

LINK (http://www.spokesman.com/blogs/sportslink/2010/feb/25/zags-clinch-least-share-wcc-crown/)

Zagdawg
02-26-2010, 06:10 AM
Big Rob was giving me some Casey flash backs last night-- "Anything close to the hoop and I'm gonna dunk it on you."

Thomas_Sutpen
02-26-2010, 06:15 AM
I thought for sure you were talking about this quote:


“It’s the puzzle,” center Robert Sacre said of Gray’s torrid shooting. “He’s working on like a 1,000-piece puzzle. It must be stimulating his mind.”

MickMick
02-26-2010, 06:56 AM
Rob needs to score when Steven doesn't.

I have come to the conclusion that when Steven doesn't have to work extremely hard on the defensive end, his offense flourishes. The Zags have been using him as a second "lock down" defender frequently this season (Meech being the primary) and Gray's offense has suffered on occasion.

Hopefully, next season, the Zags will use Gray as a primary offensive weapon and Arop can assume that secondary "lock down" role.

As for post season this year, the opposing teams will be to good for Gray to be a great offensive threat. In other words, Steven will be called upon again to concentrate on defensively mitigating a great offensive player. For the offense, Matt will need to play his usual game and Rob/Elias need to consistently play at the level we saw against Michigan State.


Especially Rob. Zags really need him to be an offense threat that teams must spend time game planning on.