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Thread: Shifting Gears: How Many States Have Been Represented on Zag Rosters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoZags View Post
    Trying to remember, BD. Were you and I having lunch before the game at Tulsa? Is that where we met Stephen Gentry’s
    Mom and Dad? They’d driven in from Kansas.
    I visited with them at some time but not with you. It seems like it was in Memphis I spoke with them. I remember they said how proud he was of his ability to dribble while the clock ran out. They were great folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    I didnít have Arizona or New Mexico on my list. Who represented Arizona? Who represented New Mexico?

    I think this brings the count to twenty-two or more.
    Skinner and Jimmy Tricco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    I visited with them at some time but not with you. It seems like it was in Memphis I spoke with them. I remember they said how proud he was of his ability to dribble while the clock ran out. They were great folks.
    Got it .... I met them at a restaurant in Tulsa and hadn’t hooked up with TZF at that point (saw him at the game). I must have been “Han” Solo at lunch. They were very nice people, and I’ve stayed in touch with Stephen over the years.

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    I missed on Gentry but had a member of last years squad; Alex Martin from Overland Park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    I also had Virginia (Winston Brooks)and Massachusetts (Gerard Coleman).

    Point of order (found by my obsessive Zag daughter):


    https://247sports.com/Player/Gerard-Coleman-59355/
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    Wisconsin - Greg Foster Jr

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDevilGolfZag View Post
    I believe Felix McGowan was from Montana
    Yes Felix was/is from the tiny Indian Reservation town of Poplar, MT. Not a lot of D1 players matriculate from the Class C ranks in Montana but there have been a couple. Felix was an excellent Zag during the Dan Fitzgerald era.

    Speaking of which, I think itíd be fun to brainstorm Zag Mbb players from the 50 states, regardless of whether they played during the Few coaching years.

    Iím in Alaska and I canít think of any GU players from the 49th state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exclusivelee View Post
    Wisconsin - Greg Foster Jr
    Believe Greg played his Sr. year in Vegas.
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    didn't we have someone from Alaska?
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingon50 View Post
    Believe Greg played his Sr. year in Vegas.
    That's where it gets tricky. Perkins played his last season in West Virginia, but he's from Colorado. Petrusev played his senior year in Florida, so check another state off the list. Even Ballo finished school in Mexico, so another country we can cross off.

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    How about Arkansas and #44

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    Greg Foster Jr was living in and playing basketball in Wisconsin for years before he transferred to play his senior year in Nevada. And Wisconsin is his home state

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    Quote Originally Posted by exclusivelee View Post
    Greg Foster Jr was living in and playing basketball in Wisconsin for years before he transferred to play his senior year in Nevada. And Wisconsin is his home state
    Yeah, I know lee. Thanks. Our rules have been a bit fuzzy on a few guys.

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