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    Default RPI Hit Down Goes Red Sweater

    Tech loses to Centenary 70-66.

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    Default Ouch

    ...that hurts. Why I love college hoops though....memory of a lifetime for those Centenary players and coaches. BK Broilers!

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    To me, it's impossible to fathom how Gonzaga was blown out by them.
    "Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees."- David Letterman

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    Quote Originally Posted by zagster318 View Post
    To me, it's impossible to fathom how Gonzaga was blown out by them.
    Not impossible, considering 13 turnovers from Bouldin and Pargo.

    There's a number of TT fans in my area...it's a good thing football is still on, or I'd have received much more ribbing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Not impossible, considering 13 turnovers from Bouldin and Pargo.

    There's a number of TT fans in my area...it's a good thing football is still on, or I'd have received much more ribbing.
    I am in the same boat...attended a high school in Dallas. Oh well, at least we didn't lose to Centenary.
    "Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees."- David Letterman

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    Default Re:

    If you think that TT loss is bad, how about this one:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaab/boxscore?gid=200712010420

    There is absolutely no excuse for an experienced team like WKU to lose a game like this. Hilltopper fans have got be upset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDC84 View Post
    If you think that TT loss is bad, how about this one:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaab/boxscore?gid=200712010420

    There is absolutely no excuse for an experienced team like WKU to lose a game like this. Hilltopper fans have got be upset.
    Had to be the altitude. Isn't Flagstaff a mile high city?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasZagFan View Post
    Had to be the altitude. Isn't Flagstaff a mile high city?
    I could be wrong but I believe Flagstaff is somewhere around 7,000 feet.

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    Default yep, a tad ticked about WKU`s loss...



    can you tell?

    We have no inside game what-so-ever...How the heck we stayed with you guys, even with 2 of your guys out is beyond me...

    Weee...might have a coaching problem also...

    they said it was 12,000 btw...
    There`s nothing mid-major about WKU...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjeep View Post



    they said it was 12,000 btw...
    Nope...Flagstaff is 7000. Mt. Humphreys, which is close by, is 12000

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