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UMKC gets routed by Creighton 89-53 on FS1.

UT Rio Grande Valley plays at #11 Texas Tech on Friday.


On Saturday...

Utah Valley at Fresno State
Grand Canyon at San Diego
Seattle U at California
Cal Baptist vs. DII La Verne

On Sunday...

New Mexico State at Colorado State
TTU over RGV by 25
Fresno will beat UVU by 15
USD over GCU by 13
I think Seattle sneaks by Cal by 5
CBU over whoever that is by 25
CSU is terrible. NMSU wins that one by 20+
(12-28-2018 11:48 AM)Brillio Wrote: [ -> ]TTU over RGV by 25
Fresno will beat UVU by 15
USD over GCU by 13
I think Seattle sneaks by Cal by 5
CBU over whoever that is by 25
CSU is terrible. NMSU wins that one by 20+

Wins by Seattle, GCU and UVU would make this a very successful non-conference season for the WAC. NMSU and CBU should both win easily. UTRGV should at least get paid well for their appearance in Lubbock. The same for CSUB when they travel to Gonzaga Monday.
UVU upsets Fresno State on the road 64-60. Fresno State came into the game with a Net Ranking of 43 and an RPI ranking of 36. Good win for UVU and the WAC!
That’s gotta be one of UVU’s better OOC wins in program history. I just saw that they’ve also quietly have won 10 of 11 too. Are they going to be a player in the WAC this year?
Fresno St was without their best player (former UMKC player) Desean Taylor... but IDC let’s go BABY!!! I would probably put this 3rd in Pope era of biggest wins. Road W against NMSU and win AT BYU are top 2 IMO.

Last weekend we can say go WAC! This is a good win for the conference, good luck to the rest this weekend.
(12-29-2018 09:38 PM)MCanaday9 Wrote: [ -> ]Fresno St was without their best player (former UMKC player) Desean Taylor... but IDC let’s go BABY!!! I would probably put this 3rd in Pope era of biggest wins. Road W against NMSU and win AT BYU are top 2 IMO.

Last weekend we can say go WAC! This is a good win for the conference, good luck to the rest this weekend.

Oh yes. I forgot about that BYU win a few years ago. That’s definitely better than a Fresno win
Seattle improves to 12-3 with a 82-73 win over Cal. That broke a Seattle 12 game road losing streak to the Pac-12 Conference. Another good win for Seattle and the WAC.
New Mexico State beat Colorado State by 20 points in Fort Collins today... 88-68. CJ Bobbitt led NMSU with 22 points. Eli Chuha did not play today.

NMSU is now 11-3 with one last non-conference game to play against Texas A&M-International (DII) in February. Now, its time to focus on WAC play.

BTW, I noticed Michael Finke (GCU), Matej Kavas (Seattle), and Dejon Davis (CBU) failed to play for their respective teams this week. Any timeline for their return?
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