View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ BYU - 02. 08. 21 ?

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  • Suggs

    68 77.27%
  • Timme

    15 17.05%
  • Nembhard

    5 5.68%
  • Ayayi

    0 0%
  • Kispert

    0 0%
  • Watson

    0 0%
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Thread: The BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ BYU - 02. 08. 21

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game: @ BYU - 02. 08. 21

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    There are no bad road wins in the WCC. Zags advance to 19 - 0 with an 82 - 71 victory in Provo over the Cougars.


    The Good: Suggs 24p, 4r, 3a; 2stl; Timme 20p, 13r, 1a, 2stl; Nembhard 15p, 3r, 2a; 4stl; Ayayi 4p, 7r, 4a; Kispert 13p, 1r, 3a, 1stl

    The Bad: Zags were 6 - 18 from 3FG. 12 - 21 from the FT Line.

    Who gets your vote as the Bob Zag Bulldog of tonight's game ?


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    Couldn't vote for Timme, Drew Manchu was 3-9 from the FT line. Jalen gets my vote, though his defense was lacking tonight.

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    Jalen. A no brainer. Timme had a good game.

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    Suggs with an honorable mention to Timme
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    Motivated effort by Jalen tonight, could have been really special if the WCC officials could ever get the block/charge call right. Sheesh.........

    Suggs for sure.

    Go ZAGS

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    My vote goes to the guy with a shot at being the WCC Freshman of the Week (for a change).

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    Timme most consistent but crap free throws. Suggs explosive and talented, but freshman all star minded.

    Our theees sucked. they were only five percentage points better but seemed like fifty percent better.

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    Timme with the double double. He matched Suggs in the other categories, excepting a strange off night at the line.
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    I went with Suggs. His +/- had to be the best tonight.

    Nope. Kispert 1 higher.

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    Suggs, Timme, and Nembhard all played well, but this was Suggs' game.

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    Went with Timme over Suggs, but Suggs would’ve gotten it if not for that BS call which kept him out in the first half. Timme’s rebounding was great!

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    Suggs barely over Timme. If Drew had hit his FT's I would have given him the nod.
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    We won, that's all that matters. I am not a fan of these late starts, I need my sleep before long. Hopefully the caff wears off.

    Oh yeah, I voted for Drew. He was good in the paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SorenTodd45 View Post
    We won, that's all that matters. I am not a fan of these late starts, I need my sleep before long. Hopefully the caff wears off.
    Lol I had my second vaccine shot today after being on shift last night. Let me tell you about just wanting to go to bed...

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    Suggs with an honorable mention to Timme & Nembhard.

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    - my vote is for suggs
    - liked nembhard play, he has the teams most consistent inside the arc jump shot on the team. like to see more of that, less 3 ball shots.

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    Suggs
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    had to go with suggs,
    even though he was determined to plow into 3 defenders
    i wish i could see the first ten minutes of these games

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    Nemby best all round. Tims free throws are worrisome. Suggs still forcing some.

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    Suggs form is coming back. He gets my vote.

    Watson is really playing with confidence and his game is much more complete on both ends.
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