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    Default GU vs Oregon - Predictions/Thoughts/What you do hope to see

    Ducks come from behind and beat Myles and the Pirates. Will the euphoria translate into a let down or momentum? Zags came in a did the work.

    What are you hoping to see tomorrow? Expecting to See? Thoughts? Predictions?

    Have at it boys and girls!

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    Can't make any prediction until we know who will dress and walk on the floor. Scary part is that Few likely doesn't know until warm-ups, either.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
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    I see that Payton Pritchard was the high scorer tonight with 16 points. Good for him. Anyways, we got the matchup we wanted, and my wish is that we send Payton home crying to his mommy, after Drew and Pet school him with their awesome defense. Maybe Tils too, if he plays. A 1 pm game, but it's 5 o'clock somewhere. I plan on being trashed well before halftime.

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    90-80 Zags
    It's not funny.

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    UO 77
    GU 76

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    83-74 Zags

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagsGoZags View Post
    UO 77
    GU 76
    We have our first upset call of the season. With all the questions on who will be playing I like the call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    Can't make any prediction until we know who will dress and walk on the floor. Scary part is that Few likely doesn't know until warm-ups, either.
    This

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    Zags 84-77

    It is not in my DNA to ever pick any team over our Zags.... My Zags glass is always half full

    Go!! Zags!!!
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    Going to assume at least one of the two starting guards plays, and really hoping Tillie gets in this game.
    GU 79
    OR 72

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    Zags 76

    Oregon 74
    Love the zags for life

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    Zags 74
    Ducks 80

    What I hope (and pray) to see:

    I hope to see 5 Zag starters none of whom have the last name 'Lang'.
    I hope to see Tillie as GUnit of the Game with a double-double.
    I hope I come in dead last with my score prediction!
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    Zags 82 Ducks 76.
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    Gonzaga=80, Ducks=74. The game of the season...so far. Happy Thanksgiving!

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    I hope to see Ayayi continue to shine. He is so fluid and sneaky athletic.
    Kispert keep scoring and being tough as nails
    Petrusev a force.
    Timme keep scoring and bringing the intensity.

    If these 4 guys play great then I like Zag’s chances vs Ducks regardless of who else is healthy.
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    Timme will step up big time tonight with an offensive explosion.
    Zags 85
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    I'm hoping Oregon doesnt press as much as they did vs Seton Hall.

    It was effective and Seton Hall had numerous ball handlers.

    Obviously would like to see Tillie, Watson, Gilder, & Woolridge return.

    If our entire backcourt sits out, we get blown out.

    If they are good to go, we win by 6.

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    Methinks the Zags are well suited to be in the top 10 and stay there - with or without Tillie on the floor. Oregon will be tough but I feel these Zags are at their best when the competition level goes up. I believe Tillie will play and be at his best. With Kispert, Petrusev and Ayayi also playing well Oregon will have their hands full. Both Woolridge and Gilder have the experience and smarts to play Oregon well too. I hope to see a Zag powerhouse frazzle Oregon. The Zags have a decent bench .... I hope Watson staying out with his ankle was more cautionary than actually needed. To get the score I'm predicting will take the whole team and a good bench to keep starters fresh.

    Zags 90
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    Put me in the oh sh!t I'm nervous catagory. I don't think I'd put Tillie, Watson, or Woolridge on this court again, whether they're ready to go or not. I think Gilder's injury prior to this season was blood clot issue, so if his knee is okay...maybe he can play, but I'm wary there too. Arlauskas, Zakharov, and Lang should get a good run today.

    Somehow, the Zags get it done with Ayayi, Gilder, Kispert, Timme, and Petrusev. No one else gets hurt and we win 90-82.
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    Zags 81
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    ZAGS 71 ducks 68

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    Is CJ Walker going to play after tripping Powell from the bench yesterday? I honestly hate Dana and the Ducks more than any other college basketball program.

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    Default Complete bush league

    I saw that too. No reason or need for that in sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladyzag12 View Post
    Is CJ Walker going to play after tripping Powell from the bench yesterday? I honestly hate Dana and the Ducks more than any other college basketball program.
    It was Lok Wur who stuck out his leg from the bench to trip Powell.

    Unbelievable. But not for the cheap shot Zeros.

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