Pittsburgh at Washington St. (03/26/2012)

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Posted: 3/22/2012 9:40:15 AM

Away:  Pittsburgh [15-16 ATS]
Home:  Washington St. [16-16 ATS]

Game Time: 10:00 PM
Stadium: Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum

Recent Meetings:
11/29/08 - WAST 43 vs. PITT 57

Team Leaders:

Pittsburgh:
Points: Ashton Gibbs (14.8)
Assists: Tray Woodall (6.1)
Rebounds: Nasir Robinson (6.8)

Washington St.:
Points: Brock Motum (18.0)
Assists: Reggie Moore (5.3)
Rebounds: Brock Motum (6.4)

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Posted: 3/24/2012 11:08:33 AM
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Posted: 3/26/2012 8:09:47 AM
MOTUM OUT!!!! All my  going on Washington!!!!
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Posted: 3/26/2012 10:15:34 AM
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Originally Posted by pepa192:

MOTUM OUT!!!! All my  going on Washington!!!!

If Brock Motum is out who is one of Washington State's best players, then why would you want to go with Washington State?  With him out I'm leaning on Pitt +2

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Posted: 3/26/2012 12:20:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Bearp56:

If Brock Motum is out who is one of Washington State's best players, then why would you want to go with Washington State?  With him out I'm leaning on Pitt +2

   Cougs lost Motum early last game at Ore St. and still managed to win on the road against a hot Beaver team that's always tough at home.  Pitt traveled from Butler, practiced away from Pullman, and arrived late in Pullman. Haven't slept in their own beds since early last week. Gibbs and Woodall were basically absent in the last win, with Patterson's late 3, and Butler's follies from the foul line, the only reason the game went to OT.  Panther's will find scoring just as difficult if not more tonight against the Cougars lock down defense. In a one game scenario, maybe Pitt, but the next two are at Pitt and they haven't come close to recovering the cash they spent to play in this tournament. That's right these teams pay big money to play in the CBI.  Two games at home with the students back home and maybe they break even. Cougs tonight, Pitt game #2, and probably game #3.  BOL
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Posted: 3/26/2012 6:46:41 PM
When a player goes down during the game, it will bring a team closer together, to try and get a win for their fallen soldier... When a team comes into the game knowing they are with out their best player, they have had time for it to sink in and they panic, wondering where they will get those contributions from...

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Posted: 3/26/2012 7:04:07 PM
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Originally Posted by GucciGucci:

When a player goes down during the game, it will bring a team closer together, to try and get a win for their fallen soldier... When a team comes into the game knowing they are with out their best player, they have had time for it to sink in and they panic, wondering where they will get those contributions from...

PITT

Okay... I like that theory I guess that's what happen to North Carolina against Kansas... Or did it? hmm

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