View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: USF - 02. 20. 20 ?

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  • Kispert

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  • Petrusev

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  • Tillie

    88 88.89%
  • Woolridge

    8 8.08%
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    Default BZ Bulldog of the Game - USF - 02. 20. 20 ?

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    Zags outscore the Dons 49 - 23 in the second half and win 71-54 after trailing 31 - 23 at the half.

    Zags clinch at least a share of the regular season title. Tough game to watch in the first half. . .It won't break my heart if they don't play the Dons in Vegas.

    Who was the Gonzaga difference maker tonight and earned your vote ?


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    Tillie, no doubt about it.

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    Tillie.
    Woolridge was good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Tillie.
    Woolridge was good too.
    Woolridge had a great game except 5 turnovers is not good
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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Tillie.
    Woolridge was good too.
    Kispert also came alive in the 2nd half, but Tillie all the way.
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    Tillie for sure, ZAGS are a different team with him in there and healthy.

    On a larger note...............Way too many TO's (14) and terrible FT shooting (8/15, 53.3%). 10-12 minutes of good BBall (starting the 2nd half) was good enough tonight. Not going to be good enough Saturday or in the Dance. Starting to play down to competition, need to keep the pedal to the metal throughout the entire 40 minutes.

    But..................a win is a win.

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    TILLIE fer sure, not that close even.
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    Without Tillie, I dunno who even played in that game.
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    Sir Tillie, it's not even close.

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    I gotta go with Woolridge, just seemed to be on a mission tonight....a senior playing his last few games kind of mission

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    33 reminded this team to have some fun out there. In a game when everyone else seemed oddly uptight, his energy and smile lifted the rest of the team.
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    Tillie! As he goes, so go the Zags.

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    Savoring Tillie his last few games as a Zag .... It's been wonderful, big guy!

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    Tillie - played two great halves 22 pts and 9 rebounds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopaholic View Post
    Woolridge had a great game except 5 turnovers is not good
    True, though a couple of those came from teammates having butterfingers in the first half.

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    Tillie did play great. One of his best games this year, and it came in a game when we really needed him. One of the analysts said he was the best 4 in the country. I agree. Dang he can play. The guy also said he's going to make a great pro...I think it was Fran Frachella saying those things. I agreed with everybit of the praise he gave Tillie. He is just so hard to stop, as he has point guard skills. ...then Woolridge. Glad to see he got a few votes. Kispert had a very good second half, hitting 3-5 three's

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    I almost gave it to Kispert just for making that 3 at the end of the game. The smell of Rex Walters still lingers around this Dons team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZagNative View Post
    Savoring Tillie his last few games as a Zag .... It's been wonderful, big guy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPtheBeasta View Post
    I almost gave it to Kispert just for making that 3 at the end of the game. The smell of Rex Walters still lingers around this Dons team.

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    Tillie - Tillie, but boy Woolridge is electric running this team.

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    Tillie, easy decision tonight. Woolridge had some great moments, played the full 40. I am concerned lately with his turnovers, but without him, who drives the bus that goes beep-beep? Petrusev had a poor start tonight, came alive after intermission. He can play much better than he did tonight ... and he will need to for Zags to go deep in March.
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    Tille had the flash... but Corey had the grit. Dude was diving for balls, getting steals, blocking shots, assists... everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by All Weather Fan View Post
    Tillie - Tillie, but boy Woolridge is electric running this team.
    Yeah, Ryan can really give my heart a jolt when he's flying out of control!

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    VersaTILLIE. He's back! Loved the statement dunks. Amazing how he has a way of both calming down and firing up the team. Kispert was honorable mention. Loved his 3 at the end of game. "You're not quitting? Well, neither am I."

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