View Poll Results: Who Messed With Texas?

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  • Timme

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  • Bolton

    3 3.23%
  • Nembhard

    2 2.15%
  • Watson

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Thread: BZ Bulldog of the Game - Texas

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    Default BZ Bulldog of the Game - Texas

    Drew Timme had a career night against the team from his home state: 37 points on 15-19 from the floor to go with seven rebounds and plenty of foul pressure.

    Rasir Bolton hit timely shots from outside and drove through the lane for some tough points at the basket.

    Andrew Nembhard kept his composure in the face of the physical Texas defense and finished the night with eight assists against just one turnover.

    Watson matched the Texas physicality and came away with critical rebounds at opportune moments.

    The Zag defense looked very good for long stretches of the game.

    Who is tonight’s BZ Bulldog of the Game?


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    Timme murdered Texas!

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    Better be unanimous

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    An Ammo-like performance by Drew.
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    Timme in this one. Most obvious unanimous choice ever i think, accept when Morrison played.

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    The best player from Texas is Timme.

    Nembhard was great too. 40 minutes, 8:1. And Bolton.

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    When I saw Drew play for the first time, I could see he was special. I had no idea he'd be in the running for POY.

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    There's always one...

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    - timmie of course
    - but lets give rasir a shout out.

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    Rasir played great, but Bulldog of the Game? C'mon man!

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    Probably hit the wrong box

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    I knew Timme was really good but I confess I didn't expect THAT

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    Zags took the Longhorns on a sight-seeing trip to Beatdown Central, where DREW TIMME is mayor.
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    Fran Fraschila: "and if you don't double him he's going to get 40 tonight, okay?"

    This was 10 minutes in. Timme was a beast the entire game. Almost Morrison-esque out there with the swagger.

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    Easy voting for Timme, I voted for Nembhard... That was the most relaxed performance I can remember from a GU point guard against a nationally ranked team... I loved Stepp and he was a cool customer but last night Andrew had ice in his veins... Drew 's performance was awesome but AN got my vote...

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyberu View Post
    Fran Fraschila: "and if you don't double him he's going to get 40 tonight, okay?"

    This was 10 minutes in. Timme was a beast the entire game. Almost Morrison-esque out there with the swagger.

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    I did not expect Nembhard and Bolton to outplay the Texas guards, but it felt like they were in complete control of that game. They played with excellent poise. They broke the Texas presses with ease. Their shot selection was sound. Their ball-handling was excellent. Their defense kept Texas bottled up for much of the first half.

    Like Texas, this team is blending a lot of new pieces together to try to form a cohesive unit. Gonzaga looks farther along in that process than Texas does at this point in the season. I really liked what I saw out of all four upperclassmen. They looked like they have been in big games before and made the smart, simple plays that win games. We now have 3-4 months to coach up the rest of the team to match their performance. We have the talent. We have great upperclassmen leadership. We have amazing coaches. The best is yet to come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrooner View Post
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    you saw the offer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagceo View Post
    you saw the offer?
    Can someone explain this to me please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSERE View Post
    Can someone explain this to me please?

    end of Dixie state game….GU student in stands yelled at Timme as he was leaving the arena….put 40 on Texas and I”ll Venmo you $100.

    Timme turned around and yelled back…..F*** NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    I did not expect Nembhard and Bolton to outplay the Texas guards, but it felt like they were in complete control of that game. They played with excellent poise. They broke the Texas presses with ease. Their shot selection was sound. Their ball-handling was excellent. Their defense kept Texas bottled up for much of the first half.

    Like Texas, this team is blending a lot of new pieces together to try to form a cohesive unit. Gonzaga looks farther along in that process than Texas does at this point in the season. I really liked what I saw out of all four upperclassmen. They looked like they have been in big games before and made the smart, simple plays that win games. We now have 3-4 months to coach up the rest of the team to match their performance. We have the talent. We have great upperclassmen leadership. We have amazing coaches. The best is yet to come.
    This

    But would add Hickman play second half was not like a freshman. He is going to be a key contributor end of year with his solid on ball defense, ability to relieve ball handling and nice shot selection
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblahla View Post
    Easy voting for Timme, I voted for Nembhard... That was the most relaxed performance I can remember from a GU point guard against a nationally ranked team... I loved Stepp and he was a cool customer but last night Andrew had ice in his veins... Drew 's performance was awesome but AN got my vote...
    I voted for Timme, but I hear ya on Nembhard. He was a superb floor general out there last night . . . and for every single minute of the game.

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    Voted for Timme, but Nembhard, Watson, and Bolton were stellar. Bolton particularly with about 15 minutes in the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopaholic View Post
    This

    But would add Hickman play second half was not like a freshman. He is going to be a key contributor end of year with his solid on ball defense, ability to relieve ball handling and nice shot selection
    I liked Hickmanís play. He looked comfortable, not in over his head.


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