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    Quote Originally Posted by ASURAM2010 View Post
    I'm just taking the words of the athletes that I personally know that have transferred from D1's and other LSC schools to ASU...everyone of them has said the coursework is much harder here.
    I too heard this often, but not certain of its validity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeTAMUC View Post
    Commerce has been better than expected this year. Looking forward to Tarleton game tomorrow after a long run of road games where we went 6-1 so far including an upset over ASU this week. I guess we will see where we are after tomorrow. 12-2 on the season.
    If recent history continues, Tarleton wins this one to keep psycho Coach from going off.

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    Tarleton State 81, TAMU-Commerce 63

    Looks like the Texans are gelling much better than a lot of people expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techster88 View Post
    If recent history continues, Tarleton wins this one to keep psycho Coach from going off.
    That psycho coach has 634 wins going in to his 28th year at Tarleton... guess it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisdomgymrat View Post
    That psycho coach has 634 wins going in to his 28th year at Tarleton... guess it works.
    The dude can obviously coach, but I don't know that I could handle playing for him. I sat behind the Tarleton bench when they played here last week and the amount of screaming and yelling at players for minor things was over the top. I did like how he benched his best shooter for the rest of the half after he picked up a T though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASURAM2010 View Post
    The dude can obviously coach, but I don't know that I could handle playing for him. I sat behind the Tarleton bench when they played here last week and the amount of screaming and yelling at players for minor things was over the top. I did like how he benched his best shooter for the rest of the half after he picked up a T though.
    Yes the coach spent most of last nights game on the court. I think he even blocked a shot or 2.

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    He definitely yells and has high expectations for his players. You are right, he is not easy to play for, but he gets results doing what he does. Couldn't make the game last night, but it does not surprise me that he was on the court a little. Whatever they are doing behind the scenes must make up for the yelling in front of an audience. If you get a chance to talk to the guy, he's a little different but he is genuinely a good guy as are most coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisdomgymrat View Post
    That psycho coach has 634 wins going in to his 28th year at Tarleton... guess it works.
    Yes, never said he wasn't a great coach just a psycho who cares too much. I miss the days when really good football coaches were like him. I know Bobby Knight would be proud if he ever got to watch LR in action.

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    Just returned from ASU v. WT

    Rambells---really good team----good coach, Wt played their best games of the year and came away with the win. Best "D" of the year by Wt.

    ASU men---over rated.

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    I thought ASU's Men's team has two players who are hurt. These injuries could be impacting their play. Take two key players away from WT right now and the outcome of this evening's game could have been different.

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    If I remember correctly WT has been playing without their second leading scorer from last year and Chavlovich is still playing through an injury. I think ASU played a good game last night but this was the best offensive"team" game I have seen all year by the Buffs. Multiple double digit scorers, tons of assists and most important they were moving the ball around much better.

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    Not sure who you were referring to regarding missing second leading scorer from last year? Only player who has been missing out of WT's line-up since break is Prince. His absence was not related to an injury. He was back on the court last night with limited playing time. The second leading scorer last year was Evans, third was Walton and fourth was Quaid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayman View Post
    I thought ASU's Men's team has two players who are hurt. These injuries could be impacting their play. Take two key players away from WT right now and the outcome of this evening's game could have been different.
    not to make excuses, because right now we just aren't very good defensively which is impacting our ability to get out and run, but our best wing defender is out with a cast on his arm/wrist. That makes a huge difference for us because not only was he our best defender, he was the guy that gets us out of those bad grooves on offense were we try to play hero ball. All that to say, WT is very good offensively and if you try to out score them, good luck.

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    Finally!! Our girls win a Conference game. I know WNMU is down but hopefully the last couple of games will spark a little momentum. ENMU - Sat (Didn't Realize ENMU was #1 in the conf), Cameron- Tues, TWU - Thurs.

    The guys were impressive last night. I think they are figuring it out. Riding a 4 game win streak right now.

    Big game Saturday, MSU vs ENMU - Haggerty vs Segler. Happy coach Seg got a head coaching gig, looking forward to what he may accomplish at Eastern.

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    ENMU Women's Team is solid. Not to be a Debbie Downer, do anticipate ENMU will beat MW.

    Quote Originally Posted by Casual_Observer View Post
    Finally!! Our girls win a Conference game. I know WNMU is down but hopefully the last couple of games will spark a little momentum. ENMU - Sat (Didn't Realize ENMU was #1 in the conf), Cameron- Tues, TWU - Thurs.

    The guys were impressive last night. I think they are figuring it out. Riding a 4 game win streak right now.

    Big game Saturday, MSU vs ENMU - Haggerty vs Segler. Happy coach Seg got a head coaching gig, looking forward to what he may accomplish at Eastern.

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    Did Eastern go and get a bunch of JUCO girls?

    I am assuming so, hard to go from 7th to 1st in one year.

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    Just looked at their roster, they have a lot of height on the roster it looks like.

    4 over 6 ft
    5 at 5'10 or 5'11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual_Observer View Post
    Did Eastern go and get a bunch of JUCO girls?

    I am assuming so, hard to go from 7th to 1st in one year.
    ENMU has not played ASU or TWU.

    I would think ENMU would lose 3 of those games

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    WT men are fun to watch. They are tough to defend because everyone out side of Skylar can shoot a 3. As the year has gone on they have really done a better job of trusting each other and making the extra pass to have that wide open shot. Defensively is where they at times have looked just awesome but with some rotations it can be tough to watch. Having Tommy Gove pack and playing for them is huge. The kid isn't skilled offensively much but he hustles and knows his role. Hopefully they can pack the place this weekend and continue to draw in more and more of a fan base. GO BUFFS!

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    Week 8 National Poll | January 10, 2017
    Rank School (First-Place Votes) W-L Pts. Prev. Last Week's Results
    1 Ashland (16) 16-0 400 1 WH Michigan Tech 82-75; WH Northern Michigan 104-55
    2 Angelo State 12-0 380 2 WH Tarleton St. 81-74 (OT), WH Texas A&M-Commerce 78-71
    T3 Emporia State 13-1 351 4 WH Washburn (75-49)
    T3 Alaska Anchorage 13-1 351 3 WA Western Oregon 105-62; WA Concordia Portland (67-58)
    5 Virginia Union 12-0 334 5 WH Winston-Salem State 68-48, WA Shaw 91-64,
    WA Fayetteville State 73-50
    6 Lincoln Memorial 12-0 315 6 WH vs. Mars Hill (95-51)
    7 Pittsburg State 14-1 292 7 WA Missouri Western (57-43); WA Northwest Missouri (80-54)
    8 Colorado State-Pueblo 15-0 280 9 WA South Dakota Mines 66-64, WA Black Hills State 88-87
    9 Bellarmine 12-1 275 8 WH Rockhurst 81-75; WH William Jewell 70-56
    10 California 13-1 245 10 WA Gannon 87-56, WA West Chester 107-73
    11 Seattle Pacific 13-1 244 11 WH Saint Martin's (72-59); WH Montana State Billings (67-50)
    12 Eckerd 12-2 213 15 WA Palm Beach Atlantic (71-53); WH Barry (71-48)
    13 Adelphi 13-2 211 16 WH Franklin Pierce 66-60; WA St. Michael's 63-25
    14 Cal Baptist 15-2 192 13 WA Hawaii Pacific (81-71); WA Chaminade (111-77)
    15 Drury 13-2 169 14 WH Wisconsin-Parkside 87-50; WH Lewis 70-54
    16 Bentley 12-3 153 12 WH New Haven 73-55
    17 North Georgia 12-1 150 17 WA vs. Flagler (56-38); WA vs. Armstrong State (66-62)
    18 Arkansas Tech 9-1 132 18 WH Southeastern Oklahoma (69-51); WH East Central (68-43)
    19 West Florida 10-2 91 RV WH North Alabama (73-60); WA Shorter (76-54)
    20 Western Washington 11-3 85 22 WA Northwest Nazarene (86-81); WA Central Washington (60-53)
    21 Mercyhurst 13-1 72 RV WH Slippery Rock 79-54, WA Clarion 67-59
    22 Fort Hays State 13-2 53 RV WH Central Missouri (69-59); WH Southwest Baptist (88-63)
    23 Columbus State 9-1 49 23 WH vs. UNC Pembroke (73-56); LA vs. USC Aiken (78-67)
    24 Queens 12-3 46 RV WA Bridgeport 79-62; WA St. Thomas Aquinas 71-66
    25 Regis 12-2 40 RV WA Western State 72-53, WA Colorado Mesa 76-71

    Dropped Out: Wheeling Jesuit, North Alabama, St. Mary's, Lee, Lewis

    Also Receiving Votes: Simon Fraser (24), Grand Valley (11), Glenville State (9), Florida Southern (9), MSU Moorhead (6), Lewis (5), Eastern New Mexico (2), UC San Diego (2), Caldwell (1), North Alabama (1), St. Mary's (1)


    Week 8 Regional Poll | January 9, 2017
    Rank School (First-Place Votes) W-L Pts. Prev. Last Week's Results
    ATLANTIC
    1 Virginia Union (6) 12-0 60 1 WH Winston-Salem State 68-48, WA Shaw 91-64, WA Fayetteville State 73-50
    2 California 13-1 53 2 WA Gannon 87-56, WA West Chester 107-73
    3 Mercyhurst 13-1 47 4 WH Slippery Rock 79-54, WA Clarion 67-59
    4 Glenville State 12-1 44 5 WA Notre Dame 111-81, WA Urbana 112-73, WH West Liberty 102-72
    5 Edinboro 12-2 33 6 WA Seton Hill 58-54, WH Pitt-Johnstown 78-53
    6 Wheeling Jesuit 11-2 32 3 WH Charleston 53-47, LA West Virginia State 90-70, WH West Virginia Wesleyan 79-40
    7 IUP 10-2 22 7 WH Pitt-Johnstown 78-39, WA Slippery Rock 95-72
    8 Bowie State 12-2 17 10 WA St. Augustine's 59-37
    9 UVa-Wise 11-4 7 - WH Fairmont St. 62-54, WH Shepherd 81-42, WH Urbana 74-60
    10 Johnson C. Smith 9-4 6 - WH Chowan 82-71
    Dropped out: (8) Chowan, (9) East Stroudsburg
    CENTRAL
    1 Emporia State (6) 13-1 60 1 WH Washburn (75-49)
    2 Pittsburg State 14-1 54 2 WA Missouri Western (57-43); WA Northwest Missouri (80-54)
    3 Arkansas Tech 9-1 48 3 WH Southeastern Oklahoma (69-51); WH East Central (68-43)
    4 Fort Hays State 13-2 42 4 WH Central Missouri (69-59); WH Southwest Baptist (88-63)
    5 MSU Moorhead 13-1 36 7 WA Minot State (66-52); WA University of Mary (73-53)
    6 Harding 9-2 22 8 WH East Central (74-67); WH Southeastern Oklahoma (72-69)
    7 Northern State 11-3 20 5 LA University of Mary (56-69); WA Minot State (76-66)
    7 Winona State 13-3 20 6 WA Southwest Minn. State (74-65); LA Sioux Falls (51-52)
    7 Central Oklahoma 13-1 20 9 WA Lincoln (66-64); WA Lindenwood (74-58)
    10 University of Sioux Falls 12-2 5 RV WH Upper Iowa (74-41); WH Winona State (52-51)
    Dropped out: Central Missouri
    Receiving votes: Central Missouri
    EAST
    1 Adelphi (4) 13-2 58 t-1 WH Franklin Pierce 66-60; WA St. Michael's 63-25
    2 Bentley (2) 12-3 56 t-1 WH New Haven 73-55
    3 Queens 12-3 48 3 WA Bridgeport 79-62; WA St. Thomas Aquinas 71-66
    4 Caldwell 12-3 42 4 WA Goldey-Beacom 70-66; WH Holy Family 81-76
    5 USciences 14-2 35 5 WA Dominican 58-46; WH Bloomfield 54-43
    6 Molloy 12-4 31 6 WA NYIT 64-61; WH Bridgeport 70-63
    7 St. Thomas Aquinas 12-4 24 7 WA Daemen 65-55; LH Queens 71-66
    8 Assumption 9-4 16 9 WA AIC 66-56; LA Le Moyne 48-42
    9 American International 11-5 14 8 LH Assumption 66-56; WH Southern N.H. 73-67
    10 Le Moyne 9-5 4 NR WH Stonehill 60-50; WH Assumption 48-42
    Also Receiving Votes: Bloomfield, Saint Rose
    Dropped Out: 10, Bloomfield
    MIDWEST
    1 Ashland (6) 16-0 60 1 WH Michigan Tech 82-75; WH Northern Michigan 104-55
    2 Bellarmine 12-1 53 2 WH Rockhurst 81-75; WH William Jewell 70-56
    3 Drury 13-2 49 3 WH Wisconsin-Parkside 87-50; WH Lewis 70-54
    4 Grand Valley 10-3 40 5 WR Lake Erie 50-45
    5 Lewis 12-3 34 4 WR Missouri S&T 66-43; LR Drury 70-54
    6 Southern Indiana 12-2 32 6 WH William Jewell 57-39; WH Rockhurst 84-79
    7 Saginaw Valley 10-3 24 9 WR Findlay 76-55; WR Walsh 70-53
    8 Michigan Tech 9-3 16 7 LR Ashland 82-75; WR Tiffin 80-46
    9 Rockhurst 8-4 9 8 LR Bellarmine 81-75; LR Southern Indiana 84-79
    10 Kentucky Wesleyan 11-1 7 N/A WR Ohio Valley 73-60; WR Cedarville 77-72
    Receiving Votes: Indianapolis (4), Ursuline (3)
    Dropped Out: Northern Michigan
    SOUTH
    1 Eckerd (5) 12-2 50 1 WA Palm Beach Atlantic (71-53); WH Barry (71-48)
    2 West Florida 10-2 44 4 WH North Alabama (73-60); WA Shorter (76-54)
    3 Florida Southern 10-4 40 5 LA Lynn (73-68); WA Nova Southeastern (70-63)
    4 North Alabama 10-2 33 2 LA West Florida (73-60); WH Christian Brothers (68-61)
    5 Tampa 10-3 31 8 WA Rollins (75-62); WH Saint Leo (69-63)
    6 Lee 9-3 26 3 WA West Alabama (67-56); LH Valdosta State (80-78)
    T7 Embry-Riddle 10-4 16 7 LA Florida Tech (73-60); WH Lynn (64-63)
    T7 Valdosta State 8-4 15 10 WH Alabama Huntsville (76-66); WA Lee (80-78)
    9 Nova Southeastern 9-6 13 6 WA Saint Leo (78-66); LH Florida Southern (70-63)
    T10 Union 8-5 2 9 WH Mississippi College (92-69); LA Alabama Huntsville 57-56)
    T10 Rollins 8-5 2 NR LH Tampa (75-62); WH Palm Beach Atlantic (85-54)
    T10 Benedict 9-7 2 NR WA Miles (84-70); WA Tuskegee (90-68); WH LeMoyne-Owen (63-50)
    Also receiving votes: Clafflin
    SOUTH CENTRAL
    1 Angelo State (4) 12-0 58 1 WH Tarleton St. 81-74 (OT), WH Texas A&M-Commerce 78-71
    2 Colorado St.-Pueblo (2) 15-0 56 2 WA South Dakota Mines 66-64, WA Black Hills State 88-87
    3 Regis 12-2 44 4 WA Western State 72-53, WA Colorado Mesa 76-71
    4 Eastern New Mexico 10-3 42 5 WA Western New Mexico 80-67, WA Texas Woman's 60-49
    5 St. Mary's 12-3 32 3 LA St. Edward's 82-65, WA Oklahoma Christian 84-73
    6 Fort Lewis 12-3 29 6 WA Metro State 69-59, LA Colorado-Colorado Springs 75-71
    7 Colorado-Colorado Springs 11-4 28 9t WH Adams State 81-57, WH Fort Lewis 75-71
    8 Texas Woman's 10-4 17 7t WH Western New Mexico 75-46, LH Eastern New Mexico 60-49
    9 Texas A&M-Commerce 9-4 10 9t WA Texas A&M-Kingsville 78-71, LA Angelo State 78-71
    10t Colorado Mesa 9-4 7 7t WH Chadron State 82-56, LH Regis 76-71
    10t West Texas A&M 11 4 7 RV WA Midwestern State 79-53, WA Cameron 77-64
    SOUTHEAST
    1 Lincoln Memorial (6) 12-0 60 1 WH vs. Mars Hill (95-51)
    2 North Georgia 12-1 52 2 WA vs. Flagler (56-38); WA vs. Armstrong State (66-62)
    3 Columbus State 9-1 44 3 WH vs. UNC Pembroke (73-56); LA vs. USC Aiken (78-67)
    4 Lander 9-3 39 4 WH vs. Clayton State (92-71); WH vs. Georgia Southwestern (90-64)
    5 Limestone 9-3 38 5 WH vs. King (79-53); WA vs. Mount Olive (74-65)
    6 Anderson 10-2 32 6 WA vs. Brevard (85-52); WH vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (61-53)
    7 Clayton State 10-3 27 7 LA vs. Lander (92-71); WA vs. Francis Marion (72-69)
    8 Wingate 10-3 19 9 WA vs. Coker (66-51); WA vs. Carson-Newman (80-75 OT)
    9 Catawba 10-3 9 10 WH vs. Queens (81-45); WH vs. Brevard (90-64)
    T10 Mount Olive 9-3 5 NR WH vs. Converse (86-76); LH vs. Limestone (74-65); WH vs. Southern Wesleyan (82-65)
    T10 Newberry 8-4 5 8 LA vs. Lenoir Rhyne (50-36); WH vs. Tusculum (71-56)
    WEST
    1 Alaska Anchorage (6) 13-1 1 60 WA Western Oregon 105-62; WA Concordia Portland (67-58)
    2 Seattle Pacific 13-1 2 54 WH Saint Martin's (72-59); WH Montana State Billings (67-50)
    3 Cal Baptist 15-2 3 48 WA Hawaii Pacific (81-71); WA Chaminade (111-77)
    4 Western Washington 11-3 4 42 WA Northwest Nazarene (86-81); WA Central Washington (60-53)
    5 Simon Fraser 14-2 5 36 WA Central Washington (77-60); WA Northwest Nazarene (101-89)
    6 UC San Diego 11-3 6 30 WA Cal State Monterey Bay (63-62); WA Cal State East Bay (59-47)
    T7 Point Loma 12-2 7 12 WA Holy Names (58-49); WA Dominican (77-54)
    T7 Sonoma State 8-5 9 12 LH Academy of Art (76-78); WA Stanislaus State (71-55)
    9 Chico State 8-5 8 10 LA Cal State San Bernardino (58-63)
    10 Academy of Art 8-5 RV 8 WA Sonoma State (78-76); WH Dixie State (75-50); LA Dominican (82-96)
    Receiving Votes: Cal State San Marcos, Cal State L.A., Cal State East Bay, Hawaii Pacific
    Dropped Out: Cal State San Marcos

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