View Poll Results: GUnit of the Game - UT Arlington - 11. 19. 2019 ?

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  • Gilder, Jr.

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  • Petrusev

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  • Woolridge

    64 63.37%
  • Tillie

    35 34.65%
  • Timme

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Thread: GUnit of the Game - UT Arlington - 11. 19. 2019 ?

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    Default GUnit of the Game - UT Arlington - 11. 19. 2019 ?

    Welcome back, Killian Tillie !

    The Mavericks gave GU a helluva game. Zags were pushed and there's a lot of work to be done to get ready for the Atlantis tourney

    Who was tonight's difference maker in your view ?

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    Might not show in the box score but we don’t win this game without Tillie.

    Only player on the team that can get a bucket by creating for himself. Defensively hes our best player too.

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    Woolridge and Tillie.
    Love the zags for life

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    Tillie made a bunch of clutch plays to close the game out. I voted for No. 33.
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    Woolridge had some fire tonight. He was scoring when a lot of others were cold.
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    Tillie but honorable mention to Woolridge

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    Woolridge — kept us in the game! Tillie (great to see him back) closed the game out. Fine efforts from Gilder and Timme. A ton of teaching points to work on, and everyone needs to shoot free throws til they drop. Only one game until the tournament; not ready by a long way for Seton Hall, Oregon or North Carolina. Without improvement, Zags could easily go 1 - 2.

    Go Zags! Get it together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uZiGiZaG View Post
    Might not show in the box score but we don’t win this game without Tillie.

    Only player on the team that can get a bucket by creating for himself. Defensively hes our best player too.
    Woolridge did.
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    Woops. Accidentally voted for Timme when I meant Tillie. I thought just having Killian on the court, aside from his production, really got the team going.

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    Voted Woolridge with Tils a close second. Timme is a stud

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    Tillie. Great to see him back. He played great. He worked really hard at both ends of the court. He's fine. Really good news.

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    I'm going with Ryan Woolridge. Honestly, if he doesn't make his 3's Gonzaga loses this game to a very tough UT Arlington.

    Honorable mention to Killian Tillie who finished out the game with some clutch play.

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    - went with woolridge with my vote

    - was at the game, and Tillie won the vote of the fan's. great ovation when he was introduced as a starter, and then when he made his first basket of the year, a 3, crowd again went wild.

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    Woolridge .... when other Zags played in some other dimension he was able to outplay UTA.
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    Can't vote for Wooldridge with his ft shooting towards the end of the game. Tillie was the closer.

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    Wooly by a nose
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    I voted Woolridge but I think this was a Tillie Woolridge combo. They made us work and we needed that

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    As almost everyone has mentioned, Woolridge and Tillie were both huge for us.

    My vote went to Tillie for the huge plays he made toward the end of the game when UT was trying to make their runs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uZiGiZaG View Post
    Might not show in the box score but we don’t win this game without Tillie.
    I could not agree more, so that's why I voted for him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gozagswoohoo View Post
    As almost everyone has mentioned, Woolridge and Tillie were both huge for us.

    My vote went to Tillie for the huge plays he made toward the end of the game when UT was trying to make their runs.
    Me too, and because it's the Tillie return party! So much for working him back slowly, he played 27 minutes in his first game back.
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    I voted for Woolridge, but I almost didn't because of his free throw shooting. We could have lost the game without him and we could have won by 15, if he and a couple of others could hit there free throws.
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    Woolridge refused to lose and Tillie was the finisher.....kudos to TA who had a excellent game plan and executed it....the injuries may have cost them the game....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bartruff1 View Post
    Woolridge refused to lose and Tillie was the finisher.....kudos to TA who had a excellent game plan and executed it....the injuries may have cost them the game....
    Besides the obvious poor execution by the Zags overall, UTA had the edge in the coaching aspect last night as well. From my view, Zags did not adjust to UTA defensive scheme until 2nd half.
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