Cleveland State just took a shot at the dreams of bubble teams everywhere by beating Butler. Whatever, we still need to keep winning.
Pomeroy Ranking- 9th
Record- 21-10 (10-8)
Quality Wins- @ Ohio State, @ Georgetown, Villanova
Bad Losses- None
Previous Meeting- WVU 79-68
#1 Da'Sean Butler- 6'7", 225 lbs.- 17.1 PPG, 6.1 RPG, 35.5% 3PA
#22 Alex Ruoff- 6'6", 220 lbs.- 15.7 PPG, 3.4 APG, 3.6 RPG, 37.6% 3PA
#3 Devin Ebanks- 6'9", 205 lbs.- 9.8 PPG, 7.4 RPG
West Virginia controlled the offensive glass, with 15 to our 5.
Alex Ruoff scored 24 with 9-16 (4-8) shooting.
19 points for Butler, but only 2-10 beyond the arc.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
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So, is this the Louisville game or the first St. John's game?
I like the idea of playing WVU on a neutral site. I believe that they have no sense of urgency.
Do note: Huggins' teams tend to be front-runners. They don't come from behind late in the game. My sense is that he is discouraging to his players once his team falls behind in the second half.
Thanks for the good work on your blog throughout the year.
We just need to be worried about our games, forget Cleaveland State.
Sure it would be nice if all the other bubble teams lost, but we can't control that.
The Irish need to go out and win there games, I think 2 more wins will get them in but their goal is 4 more games. All the Irish have to do is keep winning and they will make it.
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