View Poll Results: The BZ Bulldog of the Game - Sweet 16 vs. Creighton - 03. 28. 21 ?

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  • Kispert

    1 0.91%
  • Timme

    11 10.00%
  • Nembhard

    84 76.36%
  • Ayayi

    9 8.18%
  • Watson

    4 3.64%
  • Suggs

    1 0.91%
  • Other. . .(and why )

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Thread: The BZ Bulldog of the Game - Sweet 16 vs. Creighton - 03. 28. 21

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    Default The BZ Bulldog of the Game - Sweet 16 vs. Creighton - 03. 28. 21

    Zags move on to a Tuesday evening Elite 8 match-up vs. the winner of USC / Oregon, after notching a dominating 83 - 65 win over the Creighton Blue Jays.

    Who's your Bob Zag Bulldog of today's game ?

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    Nembhard was silently the most efficient and consistent all game. Well done sir.
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    Andrew did it all. Assists etc.

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    I'm going with Andrew Nembhard. Ayayi was there too.

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    Nembhard. Wow!
    Bonjour tristesse.

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    Nembhard for me, with an honorable mention to Ayayi...
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    8 assist, 1 turnover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSERE View Post
    8 assist, 1 turnover.
    And some big shots and good defensive to boot
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    Andrew Nembhard, as if teams didn't already have to plan for the other starting 4!

    He played an excellent game and defended pretty well as well.

    I just don't think that most fans realize how well the team plays defence.

    PPG against is not an accurate yardstick as due to the pace the Zags play, their opponents get more opportunities to score.

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    The Ballad of Andrew Nembhard (modified from Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story:

    Nemb-hard
    Hard
    Down life's
    Rocky road

    Walk bold
    Hard
    At my creed
    My code

    I've been sworn and slandered and ridiculed too
    Had to struggle everyday my whole life through
    Seen my share of the worse that this world can give
    But I still got a dream and a burning rage to live

    Walk hard
    Hard
    When they say
    You're all done

    Walk bold
    Hard
    Though they say
    You're not the one

    Even if you've been told time and time again
    That you're always gonna lose and you're never gonna win
    Gotta keep that vision in your mind's eye
    When you're standing on top of a mountain high
    You know when I was a boy

    Folks used to say to me
    "Slow down Drewey, don't walk so hard"
    And I used to tell them
    Life's a race, and I'm in it to win it
    And I'll walk as damn hard as I please
    How do I walk boys?

    {HARD}

    When I meet my maker on my dying day
    Gonna look him in the eye and by god I'll say
    I gave my word and my word was good
    I took it in the face and walked as hard as I could

    Nemb Hard
    Nemb Hard
    Nemb Hard
    Nemb Hard


    ETA: ***Nemmmmmbhaaaaaaard!!!***

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    Nembhard

    Bhar none


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    Going with the Opinel..............Joel Ayayi. He made Creighton pay for leaving him open. Honorable Mention to Nemby, made them pay also.

    Quiet game for CK, still won by a bunch!!

    Go ZAGS

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    Nembhard was absolutely fantastic. I don't know how you stop us if he's playing that well.

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    Nembhard really led the way in setting the tone for the game. He made the team work for good shots instead of taking available shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPtheBeasta View Post
    The Ballad of Andrew Nembhard (modified from Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story:





    ETA: ***Nemmmmmbhaaaaaaard!!!***
    If that doesn’t seal the vote for Andrew, nothing will.

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    I also went for Nembhard. 7-9 shooting and 3-5 from the 3 point line. He came out hot and stayed hot. Was so glad to see him hitting those 3's. Yes. That's exactly what happens when an opposing team forgets about one player, or two. Ayayi also came out hot shooting the first half.

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    You are right. We are underestimated on Defense even though we average in the 80's including the Tourney.

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    Nemby all the way. He's like the silent assassin. You can bet USC or the Ducks will be checking out game film to try to find ways to stop him.
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    Nembhard. 8 assists to go along with his 17 points and 4 rebounds. He came out on fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Worthington View Post
    Nembhard was absolutely fantastic. I don't know how you stop us if he's playing that well.
    - some call anton the x factor, but i've always thought, when nembhard plays his 'A' game, we are unstoppable.
    - 8 assists and 1 turnover. he has the best ast-to ratio on the team hands down.
    - his best game since west virginia
    - love suggs, i know he is more the point guard, pushing tempo which is our style, but if he could just go at about 90% instead of 110% he'd avoid 6 turnovers games.

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    Tough choice. Really a team win. Nembhard started us out early and settle the team down. Without this the first half would have looked different and momentum might have turned. Happy to see him be the star of the game.

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    Nembhard for sure


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    I am so happy for Nembhard well deserving of all the high praise he gets for today and what he has given to the team all season. He is, and has been, a solid guard. the 2-man point guard rotation is devastating and motors this team. Loved the early 3-point shooting by Joel.

    Only concern was the turnovers. I get some of that results from the pace of play, but the guys really need to tighten that up.

    But, celebrate the day and win; get back at it and take care of the next-team up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10 Piece Bucket View Post
    I am so happy for Nembhard well deserving of all the high praise he gets for today and what he has given to the team all season. He is, and has been, a solid guard. the 2-man point guard rotation is devastating and motors this team. Loved the early 3-point shooting by Joel.

    Only concern was the turnovers. I get some of that results from the pace of play, but the guys really need to tighten that up.

    But, celebrate the day and win; get back at it and take care of the next-team up.
    Timme and Suggs combined for 10 of our 16 turnovers. Ouch
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