Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Wednesday WAC roundup

Finally located the whereabouts of former Utah State wing/guard Steve Thornton. It's Citrus College in southern California, a perennial contender for the state community college championship.


Andy Glockner offers some 'mid-major' players to track and Preston Medlin is listed:

Learn the name because he has the game and the Aggies may splash back onto the national scene come March as their young roster has started to mature. The Aggies usually run very efficient offense, but it helps when you have a guy who shoots 50 percent from the field and 42 percent from the arc.
Under 'Breakout Stars' comes Denver's Chris Udofia:
The overall stats won't blow you away because the Pioneers play so slowly on offense, but he's a major athlete who can score and board. Joe Scott's men could win the WAC in their debut season.

Sean Kramer writes that Idaho's playing rotation is firming up very early.


Jason Groves offers his latest on New Mexico State's depth chart.

Teddy Feinberg checks in with his Aggie player and team take.


Michael Eldridge/Texas Arlington athletics previews the Mavs.

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