Saturday, January 23, 2010

Saturday night's game outcomes

Utah State didn't allow host Idaho to get a glimmer of an upset and won in Moscow 60-48. Travis Mason-Bushman has a game report here, including a nine-minute video post-game press conference with Coach Don Verlin.

TM-B also blogged the game here, providing a play-by-play account of the matchup.


A Paul George-less Fresno State took down visiting Nevada 87-77. Freshman center Greg Smith produced a double-double of 25 points and 11 boards, shooting 8-12 from the floor and 9-15 at the foul line. The other four Bulldog starters scored in double figures and the squad shot 59% from the floor, 7-14 from three-point range.

Luke Babbitt led the Wolf Pack with a double-double of 29/10 but Armon Johnson shot 5-16 and Ray Kraemer 1-5 (all trey attempts).

Chris Murray has a game report here.


Host San Jose State was down by nine points, 41-32, at the half but ended up bagging a win 93-84 against New Mexico State. Mac Peterson scored 25 points and Adrian Oliver 22 as the Spartans went 12-20 from long distance. Jahmar Young went for 34 as the leading scorer for the Aggies. Jonathan Gibson contributed 19 but shot 6-20 overall. The Spartans shot 56% overall for the game to New Mexico State's 39% although the Aggies got up 16 more shots.

Alex Pavlovic has a game report here.


Louisiana Tech took down host Hawaii 65-60 on the strength of Magnum Rolle's 23/17 double-double. UH's Brandon Adams just missed his own with 20 points and nine boards.

Here is an early game report from the Honolulu Advertiser.

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