Here we sit with a sparkling 12-0 home record and a filthy 4-5 road mark. The most important of those five road losses are the three conference ones including a horrible one last night at ULL. All that good feeling about getting Tony Mitchell is gone after such a letdown. OH GOD WE ARE DEAD!!… Read more »
Category: Basketball Recaps
Arkansas State’s Martavius Adams came into this game averaging 12.6 points per game. He scored 4 tonight. I can’t say much for the other games he has played this year as I am not a Ark State fan. I can say that I watched him loaf around the Super Pit tonight and look all kinds… Read more »
It feels like we lost by more. With Troy carrying that sad little 3-13 record coming in and big bad North Texas with the 14-3 mark I was thinking that we should go and handle our business. Well, Troy did the business-handling. For whatever reason NT couldn’t stop them in the second half, allowing them… Read more »
There really is a whole week before Johnny Jones gets his troops back on the court again. It is a good time to reflect on some things.
Shawn Jones: Slump Buster So I might have jixed us.
For whatever reason UALR has the ugliest uniforms thus far in the season. Not only did the grey-on-purple look whack, but they were wearing ill-fitting digs that reminded me of the 1999 NY Knicks. Some (The Woman) say they looked like they came straight out of 1993, complete with the dude rocking a flat top…. Read more »
Can we have this gain?
A loss. A win. A loss to Sam Houston on the road in which the Bearkats never trailed. A win vs Jackson State at home in which we never trailed. It is good to see the guys bounce back from that ass-beating to hand out their own. This is the good and bad of college… Read more »
Nope. Didn’t bring this guy The good news: North Texas controlled the game fairly well, played good defense, knocked down their shots and won the game. Tristan Thompson continued his scoring tear this year. The bad news: Grambling got back into the game a little bit before UNT took back control and pushed the lead… Read more »