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    Quote Originally Posted by LynetteG View Post
    Heytvelt turned up the heat in the 2nd half and ignited this team!
    what?? i already had my 666 post on 11/30...what gives?

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    Default Pargo

    When Jeremy started to attack the basket, the cougs defense fell apart.

    I think for overplaying defenses, Jeremy is major trouble with so many ZAG THREATS.

    The discipline to get everyone going vs. scoring 20 himself gets my vote.
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    1 - Pargo
    2 - (tie) Heytvelt and TEAM DEFENSE (32.7% FG's for WSU)

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    Josh.

    Great game, plus his maturity is really showing. I liked how he just palmed the ball and gently handed it to an official after a foul call. No drama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynetteG View Post
    what?? i already had my 666 post on 11/30...what gives?
    The dastardly thread pruning that does on behind the scenes.
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    Default Master power

    Master: JOSH

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    Default I am callin a split GUNIT

    JP set up JH for everything he did on offense.

    I really thought they found a way to get it done.

    Split the GUNIT between JH and JP.

    Props to Few for some great coaching.

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    Default Congrats to Josh

    Heyfelt--he is Buddha on the court

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    Concensus is: Jeremy or Josh. Can't go wrong picking either of them, both were on a mission tonight. Can't help but think what the idiot coug fan who said we're not the best in the state is doing right now.

    My vote: Pargo. He ran the show.
    It's peanut butter jelly time!

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    No Question One of those rare co-Gunits:

    PARGO AND JOSH

    anything less would be a travesty.


    Hey Guys and Gals - WE REALLY COULD GO ALL THE WAY THIS TIME!!!! I COULDN'T BE MORE EXCITED!!!!

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    Food for thought:

    If ESPN's stats are correct, Pargo's up to 7.6 assists a game and 5.3A/TO (which is tops in the nation or damn close to it). Not only that, his assist numbers this season are now palindromic...10/8/7/3/7/8/10. Is Pargo messing with our minds? Is he purposely getting a certain number of assists each game?
    Go Zags!!! Just Foo'in around.

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    Default I kinda like the three stars approach

    1. Pargo
    2. Josh
    3. Team defense

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    lol in the post game conference he didn't know his numbers (he was asking huddybuddy XD)
    Maybe he want's to "act" out of the know.

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    Going with Josh for this one. Great effort by lot's of Zags though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubbadub View Post
    Food for thought:

    If ESPN's stats are correct, Pargo's up to 7.6 assists a game and 5.3A/TO (which is tops in the nation or damn close to it). Not only that, his assist numbers this season are now palindromic...10/8/7/3/7/8/10. Is Pargo messing with our minds? Is he purposely getting a certain number of assists each game?
    There is only one thing Pargo guarantees: Pain.
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    My choice starts with a J and ends with a P/H.
    Jeremy/Josh for G-unit of the game!!!
    "Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck..."

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    Pargo, nuff said
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    Based on the efficiency statistic, the GUnit of the game was Pargo.

    Pargo 24.5
    Heytvelt 17.5
    Bouldin 15
    Daye 15
    Gray 9
    Downs 9
    Goodson 5
    Sorenson 0
    Brown -1

    Zag Total: 94
    Coug Total: 44

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    Going against the grain, I am going with Gray. Those two 3-pointers after the half were clutch. Got the ball rolling, and it never stopped.

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    While Josh and Pargo are the men of the hour. I gotta say that Austin Daye playing against tough D with only 2 fouls and some bold moves and aged a year since last game.. That said, I saw so many great things from every member of the team out of the floor tonight....

    I am going to give Mark Few the GU unit of the game for believing in Joshua Heyfelt, when I know he did not want to at points in time and for his excellent thinking in getting this team together to practice cougar style. Mark Few... GU Unitof the game. Joshua and Pargo, great game. Refs, you keep Micah out of it. Matt, your the man too!. Steven, oh yeah! I like what Sacre is bringing to. When we face UNC, you will be needed.
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    Pargo!
    Great seats... great show... best thing about watching the game in person is that you see SO much more. Pargo 10 assists against this type of D is incredible. The way he sets up the offense is great...but the way he sets up the Defense is unbelievable. Cant see that stuff on TV. Pargo gets my vote for the rest of the year (sarcasm...kinda).
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    Quote Originally Posted by azzagfan View Post
    Based on the efficiency statistic, the GUnit of the game was Pargo.

    Pargo 24.5
    Heytvelt 17.5
    Bouldin 15
    Daye 15
    Gray 9
    Downs 9
    Goodson 5
    Sorenson 0
    Brown -1

    Zag Total: 94
    Coug Total: 44
    Sorry forgot Sacre (3), so the Zag total was 97

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    Default I am telling you that you have to give co GUNITs

    What was Josh without Pargo....

    What was Pargo without Josh....

    They found a way to get it done.....

    Co GUNITs!!!

    Great effort under tough circumstances all the way around.

    This is a huge win for us, things didnt go as planned at first, and we figured it out.

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    Default Pargo

    Jeremy had 11pts, 10 assists and 1 TURNOVER against a team that prides itself on defense!!!!! You can't ask for more out of a point guard. He also had a bunch of steals.

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    Thumbs up Wow.

    Pargo.

    Whew. At the beginning of the 2nd half, when he was back on the court after that silly foul trouble thing, he just put his foot on the Coug's jugular and kept on pushing. Man.

    If you watch the first 5 or so possessions on either side of the ball at the beginning of the 2nd half, you can see the maestro at work. He just stood up and took that game by the throat. Whew. GUnit to Pargo, no question in my mind at all.

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