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    Default UW is Turrible................

    Just embarrassingly bad. I was going to wait until the end of the game to post this, but the Fuskies are just phoning it in with 11+ minutes to go.

    Wow, they just stink...................

    I was excited about the renewal of this series, now I'm not so sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaZAG View Post
    Just embarrassingly bad. I was going to wait until the end of the game to post this, but the Fuskies are just phoning it in with 11+ minutes to go.

    Wow, they just stink...................

    I was excited about the renewal of this series, now I'm not so sure.

    Go ZAGS
    its actually quite silly how pathetic Washington Huskies are in terms of skill and effort. Just simply laughable.

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    It's like Romar is saying "what do I have to do to get fired around here?"
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    I'd rather play Wazzu


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Crazy View Post
    I'd rather play Wazzu, in terms of energy and commitment to competing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Crazy View Post
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    Nah.. Cougs are like cousins. Huskies are the McCoys.
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    Not a lot of effort from Romar's boys. Is he just not that good? Don't the assistant coaches come up with game plans?

    The Fultz kid is good. Nice stroke. Had some nifty moves.

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    Daejon Davis should have been at the game tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by U Zig, I Zag View Post
    Not a lot of effort from Romar's boys. Is he just not that good? Don't the assistant coaches come up with game plans?

    The Fultz kid is good. Nice stroke. Had some nifty moves.
    That was the most shocking thing to me, total lack of effort.

    And by the way, thank you for the fishing hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzagafan62 View Post
    It's like Romar is saying "what do I have to do to get fired around here?"
    Really...even Obama's brother in law wasn't untouchable.

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    Shocking how bad they are defensively. Interesting what Simon said during the telecast- "I'm literally 15-20 feet from them, and they aren't talking on defense. And that's selfishness- I got my guy and not worrying about anything else" or words to that effect.

    I really thought they'd be better this year. Couldn't have been more wrong.

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    Besides Fultz, which player on that Husky team would see significant time on the court for the Zags? I didn't see one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZigZagger View Post
    Besides Fultz, which player on that Husky team would see significant time on the court for the Zags? I didn't see one...
    Humor me...where in the rotation would Fultz fit? Doesn't pass or play defense.

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    Fultz is a legit top-tier talent who would benefit from our coaching staff and teammates. I'm not going to get into any discussion regarding which Zag player he would replace in the rotation - just saying that his talent level is significant. The rest of his team was underwhelming.

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    Check out Norlander's tweets:

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    Brian Evenson
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    @MattNorlander Lorenzo Romar should not be allowed to coach the talent he brings in. What a waste
    Matt Norlander ‏@MattNorlander · 2h2 hours ago

    Matt Norlander Retweeted Brian Evenson

    Lorenzo Romar’s incoming class next year is elite, too! It boggles the mind how many pros he’s had and yet UW has so little to show for it.






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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagLawGrad View Post
    Nah.. Cougs are like cousins. Huskies are the McCoys.
    Funny and true.

    My wife was yelling at the TV as we stretched our lead.......she yells that for coug football after another 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZigZagger View Post
    Besides Fultz, which player on that Husky team would see significant time on the court for the Zags? I didn't see one...
    Thybulle almost certainly would. Solid player with great size, suffers from the lack of structure in their offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Daejon Davis should have been at the game tonight.
    I see this as the real benefit of renewing this series ... If these kids keep on watching the Zags lay a beat-down on the Huskies AND send guys to the NBA, it's bound to open up that Seattle recruiting pipeline a bit. That's going to be key to taking the program to the next level and surviving the retirement of a certain shoe-in HoF coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DukeSilver View Post
    Thybulle almost certainly would. Solid player with great size, suffers from the lack of structure in their offense.
    Agree, shame Thybulle chose UW over GU because I think he's got talent and could have contributed here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Daejon Davis should have been at the game tonight.
    I don't understand how anyone could watch that game last night and say "Man I can't wait to play for LoRo at UW! That's the kind of basketball I want to play!" Absolutely blows my mind how he recruits like he does. There almost has to be something fishy going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaZagFan View Post
    I don't understand how anyone could watch that game last night and say "Man I can't wait to play for LoRo at UW! That's the kind of basketball I want to play!" Absolutely blows my mind how he recruits like he does. There almost has to be something fishy going on.
    Meh. Would have liked to have had him here, but he chose UW. If he still wants to play there after all this? He's not OKG.


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    UW looked like an AAU team out there. It seemed pretty obvious that GU game planned for UW and stuck to it- they were doing things on offense and defense that they just haven't done before. The other team looked ill-prepared, like they didn't watch film or do a walkthrough or anything. It seems that UW hardly runs any offensive sets. If Romar is acquiring top level talent with his freelance, don't care about structure approach to coaching, I don't know if I would want a player that is attracted to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Agree, shame Thybulle chose UW over GU because I think he's got talent and could have contributed here.
    I'd bet he secretly passed a note to Few during the postgame handshake signaling his interest in transferring!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaZagFan View Post
    I don't understand how anyone could watch that game last night and say "Man I can't wait to play for LoRo at UW! That's the kind of basketball I want to play!" Absolutely blows my mind how he recruits like he does. There almost has to be something fishy going on.
    Well, they get to play in the PAC12 in a big city and watch a really good football team. I am sure Romar makes sure recruits get to football games whenever he can.
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    Assists to TO

    UW: 7 assists to 12 TOs
    GU: 21 assists to 11 TOs.

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