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Real mature Lopes fans:

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GCU played with a lot of intensity to match NMSU energy. But as the game wore on, GCU's legs started to get heavy. They were not getting lift on their shots and clanked a lot of three. NMSU is conditioned to play at a high level for long stretches. It is hard to match NMSU's intensity for 40 minutes.
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(01-11-2018 11:54 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  Real mature Lopes fans:


That corn tortilla gave the Aggies the energy they needed to beat GCU. Thank you Havocs for helping us beat the Lopes.
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To be fair, college kids in AZ have a thing for throwing corn tortillas onto fields of play. When I was undergrad at ASU, we would throw them during football games during warm ups, after scores, etc.
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At least your whole team didn't get told to go back to mexico. Yes that happened against Texas A&M.
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(01-12-2018 12:30 AM)gleadley Wrote:  To be fair, college kids in AZ have a thing for throwing corn tortillas onto fields of play. When I was undergrad at ASU, we would throw them during football games during warm ups, after scores, etc.

Looks like it backfired. Havac's need to make sure your opponent doesn't have a Mexican American on it's basketball team.
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(01-12-2018 12:58 AM)Vaqueronation Wrote:  At least your whole team didn't get told to go back to mexico. Yes that happened against Texas A&M.


To be honest, those Texas A&M folks would probably call to build a wall around New Mexico State.

Yep, idiots probably think New Mexico is Mexico.
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(01-11-2018 11:59 PM)NMSUPistolPete Wrote:  GCU played with a lot of intensity to match NMSU energy. But as the game wore on, GCU's legs started to get heavy. They were not getting lift on their shots and clanked a lot of three. NMSU is conditioned to play at a high level for long stretches. It is hard to match NMSU's intensity for 40 minutes.

At one point, NMSU had to inbound the ball at the opposite end of the court, with only 6 seconds left on the clock. When the Aggie player drove down 90 feet and scored, it was like GCU was just watching in amazement. Absolutely unacceptable.

Toward the end, with just under 3 minutes left, NMSU wisely wound down the shot clock, took a shot, got the rebound and kicked it back out to start draining the clock again. You could see the wind leave Canyon's sails. They didn't foul, and they looked resigned to lose. Then, with under a minute left, they began fouling. It seemed like they just wanted to be finished. On the offensive end, they couldn't buy a bucket... even lay-ups and would-be tip-ins just wouldn't fall.
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I think 3rd or 4th place is where GCU will end up. Utah Valley is going to destroy them too. They have a senior laden ball club with a monster 7 ft. rebounder in the middle that will eat GCU alive. I see Utah Valley sweeping GCU as well. That's already 4 losses for GCU in my book.
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