View Poll Results: Who is your GUnit of the season?

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  • Sacre

    46 46.00%
  • GBJ

    9 9.00%
  • Harris

    13 13.00%
  • Spangler

    0 0%
  • Pangos

    25 25.00%
  • Edi

    0 0%
  • Hart

    0 0%
  • Dower

    1 1.00%
  • Coach Few

    6 6.00%
  • Someone else

    0 0%
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    Arrow - - - -GUnit of the Season- - - -

    Which zag gets your MVP vote for the entire season?
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    That was a tough vote. I don't think anyone really stood out above the rest (not in a bad way). I ultimately went with Pangos because he seemed to be the difference in a lot of games. I also wanted to select Sacre, Harris, and Bell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gu03alum View Post
    That was a tough vote. I don't think anyone really stood out above the rest (not in a bad way). I ultimately went with Pangos because he seemed to be the difference in a lot of games. I also wanted to select Sacre, Harris, and Bell.
    Very tough decision!!!


    I actually went with GBJ, he was so consistent, and got better EVERY game!


    It's a good thing when you can barely decide between 3-4 guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gozagswoohoo View Post
    Very tough decision!!!


    I actually went with GBJ, he was so consistent, and got better EVERY game!


    It's a good thing when you can barely decide between 3-4 guys!
    I hope we end up with a 4 way tie. That's about the only kind of tie I'm ok with.
    Bring back the OCC

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    My top three are Pangos, Sacre, and Harris but had to give it to the young freshman.
    Go Zags!!!

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    Default for consistency,

    reliability and leadership -- none of which was predicted nor expected -- EH got my nod.
    Go TEAM Zags !

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    As much as I would like to single out any player, I'm going with Few.
    He had a VERY young team and directed this squad through a fast paced maturation process.

    If not Few, I'd go with Rob - just cus of his spirit and warrior attitude. He will be missed.
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    Rob. Stats aside, he was the heart and soul of this team.

    we'll miss him next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john montana View Post
    Rob. Stats aside, he was the heart and soul of this team.

    we'll miss him next year.
    This... The tears in his eyes at the end of the OSU game said it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john montana View Post
    Rob. Stats aside, he was the heart and soul of this team.

    we'll miss him next year.
    +1

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    Rob really was the soul of the team. I really hope (and I get the sense from their interviews) that Elias has been mentored and can make it his team the way Rob made it his.
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    This year's team was Rob's team.

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    Elias was an absolute monster down the stretch. I went with him.

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    Went with Pangos as the best player because he did it consistently from day one.

    Clearly this was Rob's team but consistency was an issue on the court. Same thing for EH as far as consistency. I wish E would realize how dominant he could be. There's no reason he shouldn't average 18 and 10 next year.

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    There is a strong case to be made for any of Sacre, Harris, Pangos, Bell.

    I went with Harris for his outstanding average of 8.7 rebounds per game.

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    I went with Sacre, but I could have easily chosen Few.......Great season Zags.....
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    WooHoo, gonna do a summary on the year?
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