Big wins for Aggie opponents recently

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Big wins for Aggie opponents recently

Post by AggieFBObsession » November 22nd, 2019, 6:50 am

New Mexico won last night at NMSU. 78-77
Both teams struggled from 3 but NMSU couldn't stop shooting them. This snapped a 5 game losing streak for the Lobos to NMSU. Before that I recall NMSU rarely winning those games. NMSU plays Colorado State soon. New Mexico is now 5-1.

OOC game idea. Play NMSU on a neutral floor in Las Vegas?

Boise State won a home game against BYU. This is a good win for the conference also. 72-68 in OT.
BYU was just coming off a buzzer beater win at Houston. Boise State previously had been a disappointment in OOC.

Saint Marys recently won at Fresno State. I was hoping that the Bulldogs would pull the upset based on the Winthrop common opponent, but no. SMC is now 4-1.

SDSU is now 4-0 after a win at San Diego.

On a negative note, Colorado State (Lost at home to Arkansas State) and UNLV have disappointed in OOC so far. CSU is 3-2 and UNLV is 2-4. Those are two teams that I thought would improve.

Florida won last night and is now 3-2.
Montana State lost at Grand Canyon and is now 3-2.
UVU is now 3-3 after losing to Lamar and Kentucky. They gave Kentucky a good game.
South Florida is now 2-2 after beating Wofford.
North Texas is now 2-3 after beating NC A&T.



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Re: Big wins for Aggie opponents recently

Post by slcagg » November 22nd, 2019, 7:06 am

Good stuff.

Love the suggestion about playing NMSU but that should be a home and home.

Also Fresno and st Mary’s was played in Sacramento.



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Re: Big wins for Aggie opponents recently

Post by AggieFBObsession » November 22nd, 2019, 7:12 am

slcagg wrote:
November 22nd, 2019, 7:06 am
Good stuff.

Love the suggestion about playing NMSU but that should be a home and home.
I can't stand the idea of playing in the Pan Am. Makes me want to :puke:



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Re: Big wins for Aggie opponents recently

Post by rAggie » November 22nd, 2019, 8:53 am

Would 100 percent support a home and home with the NewMags. They continue to have a competitive team, it's probably they end up in the tourney relatively often given the WAC has very few real contenders, and I simply think there's a lot more storyline and history to intrigue us fans in playing NMSU versus playing a Denver or a UTSA.
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Re: Big wins for Aggie opponents recently

Post by OKAggie » November 22nd, 2019, 9:29 am

AggieFBObsession wrote:
November 22nd, 2019, 7:12 am
slcagg wrote:
November 22nd, 2019, 7:06 am
Good stuff.

Love the suggestion about playing NMSU but that should be a home and home.
I can't stand the idea of playing in the Pan Am. Makes me want to :puke:
That's the same attitude that about 300 teams have about playing in the Spectrum, which is why we're "enjoying" the likes of Eastern Oregon and St. Katherine (fun fact: USK has 275 full-time equivalent students enrolled this year).

I'd love to see a long-term Aggie v. Aggie series.
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