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#6 UND (15-17) vs #1 NDSU (24-8) 3/10 800 PM


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Just now, cowboys5xsbs said:

On the bright side we made a summit league championship with a rookie head coach the future is bright 

Yes, while this result tonight sucks like no other.... I agree.  This won't be the only trip under Sather. 

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9 minutes ago, SWSiouxMN said:

Did the moment get too big for the squad?

Don’t think so. 

Third game in three days to go along with fact that they aren’t real good.  They did finish 6th in the league. 

Looked like their legs were tired from the start.  Can’t make shots, missing free throws, poor defensive play.  If they wanted any chance to win this game they needed to get off to a good start, instead it was a horrible start. 

Hopefully there will be better years in the near future.  I believe UND has finally got a good head coach and will have them moving in the correct direction fairly soon. 

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Clearly need depth, but also need guys that want to make something happen.  Brown drove once and scored but never even attempted it again.  Not hard to shut down a single option offense.  Defensively we must know they are going to throw up 3s. Cant give 6 feet of space to let them spot up time and time again...

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Would like to see UND up the defensive tempo by full court pressing.  NDSU can just use up most the shot clock right now. NDSU is way too comfortable on offense.

On offense try to draw contact on every trip and try to get them in foul trouble.

Too far down to have any realistic chance but at least try something.

 

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24 minutes ago, SiouxBoys said:

You couldn't be more wrong but thanks for stopping by.

Didnt know the state of ND was filled with such die hard college basketball fans. Wouldn't know from looking at either schools' attendance average lmao.

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