Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The scores from tonight (Wednesday)

Utah State proved tougher at the end and took the measure of Louisiana Tech 67-61 in Logan.

Our stream of consciousness thoughts: After the first five or six minutes -- when will LA TECH get an open look with a shot? ... Then the game became weird as the Aggies began missing the shots they were making earlier ... The Bulldogs got a little warmer but not much and continued with Olympic-like degree-of-difficulty attempts ... Is Bill Sproat related to Jack Spratt or do they just have the same costumer? ... Uh-oh, it looks like part of the Spectrum is going to have to be named Pooh Corner as the junior from Washington is going Gumby on Tech ... towards the end, it was LA Tech making the mental errors that sealed the game for the Aggies ... Nate Bendall sure has a nifty and difficult-to-detect left forearm push ... finally, please, please, please, let's retire the shots of students "going wild" for the camera ...


Nevada was just better than visiting Fresno State at 74-70. FSU led 43-37 at the half.

Luke Babbitt's 24 points (plus 12 boards) and Armon Johnson's 19 led Nevada. The Bulldogs' Paul George led the Dogs with 26 and teammates Sylvester Seay contributed 22. George and Seay also nabbed nine boards apiece.


Host Boise State took care of Cal State Bakersfield 81-62 behind 57% overall shooting and a dozen treys.

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