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    No quick, early cheap fouls by Norvell and Perkins. GU no longer has the depth to go long stretches without either of them. Put up or shut up time for Foster.

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    Gu 92-67

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    I would like to see Foster and Ayayi get some minutes to see if they are going to be servicable backups at the guard spot, problem is I think this is to close to put the ball in either of their hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    I’m just hoping that our wounded backcourt can contain Grant Gibbs. He’s a big, strong combo guard who can light it up from outside or fight through contact to get to the foul line. Ayayi and Foster better be ready to play, if the starters get into foul trouble.
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    Gibbs has slowed a bit since he became a grandfather.....so I see 83 -75 win for Gonzaga....
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    GU 87
    Creighton 79

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    Zags 92
    Creighton 90

    Hard fought game
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    Think if the Zags D can handle Duke's hich octane offense, they should be able to contain the Bluejays.

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    91 Zags
    76 Creighton

    I think it will be a close game in the first half. Zags pull away strong in the second half.
    Norvell is going to make it rain with 3s!

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    I expect Creighton and their fans to fired up for this game. I imagine it will be closer than we like for a large portion of the game but we win out in the end.

    Zags - 90
    Bluejays - 75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    I’m just hoping that our wounded backcourt can contain Grant Gibbs. He’s a big, strong combo guard who can light it up from outside or fight through contact to get to the foul line. Ayayi and Foster better be ready to play, if the starters get into foul trouble.
    Double G for three!!! Gibbs, now in his 15th year, makes it close but the Zags stay unbeaten.

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    GU 91
    Blue Jays 84



    Turnovers and free throws favor the Zags.
    Our starting 5 got some needed rest vs. NDSU - 40% of the game minutes went to bench players. Perk had 22 minutes as did Clarke, with Rui - Kispert - Norvell each having 25 to 26 minutes. I look for Petrusev to be key coming off the bench.

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    Zags - 87
    BJs - 82

    Close game. Bulldogs pull away with FTs in the final stretch.

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    Fewie and cast with 5 days to prepare. GU -18

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    89-78 Zags

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    Gonzaga 75
    Creighton 71
    A barn burner.

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    I think a lot of people are underestimating Creighton. Without Tillie and Crandell I think we lose a tough one 87-85. I hope I`m wrong

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    Zags finally hit free throws down the stretch pull a tight game out and win 93-85.

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    I made the mistake of underestimating GU against Duke. I'm not doing that again.

    Road game and Crandall's injury are problems, but the Zags are really good.

    GU 90-78.

    No more injuries, and Foster and Ayayi keep improving.

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    Us 86
    Them 78

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorzag View Post
    I think a lot of people are underestimating Creighton. Without Tillie and Crandell I think we lose a tough one 87-85. I hope I`m wrong
    With that prediction I think you're underestimating just how good the Zags are. 92-78 GU

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    Creighton's home court & rabid fans worth ~10 pts, and a couple extra fouls.

    Hence the close(r) prediction:

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    Close game that can go either way. We will really miss Crandells defense.
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    I just wanna see Zags play w same intensity & focus they brought vs Duke. For all this team’s weapons and star players, it is their intensity and passion that makes them special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    I just wanna see Zags play w same intensity & focus they brought vs Duke. For all this team’s weapons and star players, it is their intensity and passion that makes them special.
    lets just hope no Creighton players start yelling "SQUIRREL"

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    Playing time for subs with starers. Any more injuries or January flu and we'll need subs who have blended with starters.

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