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The torrid coronavirus summer across the Sun Belt is easing after two disastrous months that brought more than 35,000 deaths. Whether the outbreak will heat up again after Labor Day and the resumption of school and football remains to be seen.
UT Arlington coach Chris Ogden needs no introduction to Gonzaga’s program. The second-year coach’s team lined up against the Zags a year ago, and the Mavericks lost by 34 points. They lined up again Tuesday and Gonzaga dug out a 72-66 win.
Killian Tillie’s belated entrée into the 2019-20 basketball season came at precisely 6:05 Tuesday evening, greeted with a clamor that made up in volume what it may have lacked in duration.
Gonzaga finally faced adversity, a serious challenge and a physical foe that didn’t back down. The eighth-ranked Zags didn’t back down either.
Offensive MVP, defensive MVP and key moment from Gonzaga’s 72-66 win against UT Arlington.
Two important things happened in Gonzaga’s 72-66 victory Tuesday night over visiting Texas Arlington: Killian Tillie returned to the court after his knee surgery and the eighth-ranked Zags were tested.
The 6-foot-10 senior forward was in the starting lineup against UT Arlington at the McCarthey Athletic Center. He replaced freshman Anton Watson, who started the first four games.
Correction: Gonzaga’s first test of the season, thought to be on the agenda last Friday against Texas A&M, could come against UT Arlington on Tuesday.
If you had Josh Perkins’ first dunk coming in the second half of his 128th career game at Gonzaga, take a bow. Maybe. Perkins made a steal, raced down court and kinda sorta forced the ball over the rim, one of many highlights in No. 8 Gonzaga’s 89-55 blowout over UT Arlington on Tuesday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
The key moment, offensive player of the game and defensive player of the game from Gonzaga’s 89-55 win against UT Arlington at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.
There is something comforting about being home for the holidays. And that’s true even in college basketball, though the atmosphere in the McCarthey Athletic Center is always different this time of the year.
Gonzaga wins their 10th game of the season after beating UT Arlington, 89-55 behind Brandon Clarke's 17 points. Here's a look at the highlights plus post game reaction:
Idaho senior running back Aaron Duckworth, senior defensive end Aikeem Coleman and junior linebacker Tony Lashley were named to the All-Sun Belt Conference’s first team, the conference announced Wednesday.
As the University of Idaho concludes a disappointing, 3-8 season against Georgia State on Saturday, the lone remaining team goal is to send the seniors out with a win.
As Idaho searches for fuel to fire its efforts in the final two games of a season in which it has no hope of going to a bowl, New Mexico State is adopting a different tactic.
All the external motivators have faded away. There is no longer the prospect of qualifying for a bowl for the University of Idaho Vandals. The final home game has been played.
After losing 13-7 to Coastal Carolina Saturday in its final home game, Idaho’s record is 3-7 with two games remaining. There is no chance to win the six games necessary to qualify for a bowl game.
Idaho fell to Troy, 24-21, when it could not extend a fourth quarter comeback and recover an onside kick after scoring a touchdown with 23 seconds to play.
In future years, when all the games have been played and all the statistics that are making Kaden Elliss an anomaly in Idaho football have been compiled, the origin of the effort to add offense to the standout linebacker’s resume may be recalled differently.
After making a goal-line stand in the final minute to turn away Louisiana-Monroe 31-23 and end a three-game losing streak, the Idaho Vandals (3-5) head to Troy (6-2) on Thursday with less desperation and more momentum. “We knew we had what it took to win. We got our backs off the wall a little bit,” UI linebacker Tony Lashley said.