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warriorchick

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #50 on: January 09, 2019, 04:23:54 PM »
Mid-single digits from Cam Buddy would be a good sign.

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #51 on: January 09, 2019, 05:14:18 PM »
I have another fun stat for Creighton. Because fun stats are fun.

In their seven games against high major opponents, Creighton has allowed 9 different players to score season highs on them. In fact, the only game against a high major where they didn't allow an opponent to score a season high was their game against Providence. Every other team had at least player score a season high.

Butler: Kamar Baldwin 28 points (averages 16.5)
Oklahoma: Brady Mankek 18 points (averages 11.5) & Rashard Odomes 13 points (averages 5.4)
Nebraska: Thomas Allen 18 points (averages 8.7) & James Palmer Jr 30 points (averages 20.1)
Gonzaga: Brandon Clarke 27 points (averages 17.0) & Zach Norvell 28 points (averages 16.2)
Clemson: Marcquise Reed 27 points (averages 19.6)
Ohio State: Keyshawn Woods 19 points (averages 7.9)

For comparison's sake, in 8 games against high majors (and Buffalo), Marquette has allowed 5 different players to have season highs
Indiana: Rob Phinisee 12 points (averages 7.2) & Evan Fitzner 16 points (averages 4.5)
Kansas: Marcus Garrett 11 points (averages 5.8)
Wisconsin: Ethan Happ 34 points (averages 19.3)
Buffalo: Dontay Caruthers 20 points (averages 7.8)

So other than Ethan Happ, Marquette has allowed a couple of role players to have their biggest scoring games, whereas Creighton often lets superstars go off for season highs.

Let's hope the trend continues tonight....and that Markus is the one to do it. Beating a season high of 45 would be hard to overcome.

Now that definitely sounds like us the last few years!!
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Re: Creighton
« Reply #52 on: January 09, 2019, 09:40:35 PM »
Next level research project: how many career highs have they allowed? Markus could be in line for 55+!

Well, any luck with that research project  ;)

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #53 on: January 10, 2019, 08:01:41 AM »
Let's hope the trend continues tonight....and that Markus is the one to do it. Beating a season high of 45 would be hard to overcome.

This post looks pretty genius in retrospect.

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #54 on: January 10, 2019, 01:23:55 PM »
I have another fun stat for Creighton. Because fun stats are fun.

In their seven games against high major opponents, Creighton has allowed 9 different players to score season highs on them. In fact, the only game against a high major where they didn't allow an opponent to score a season high was their game against Providence. Every other team had at least player score a season high.

Butler: Kamar Baldwin 28 points (averages 16.5)
Oklahoma: Brady Mankek 18 points (averages 11.5) & Rashard Odomes 13 points (averages 5.4)
Nebraska: Thomas Allen 18 points (averages 8.7) & James Palmer Jr 30 points (averages 20.1)
Gonzaga: Brandon Clarke 27 points (averages 17.0) & Zach Norvell 28 points (averages 16.2)
Clemson: Marcquise Reed 27 points (averages 19.6)
Ohio State: Keyshawn Woods 19 points (averages 7.9)


Make that 10 now.  8-)

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #55 on: January 10, 2019, 01:35:33 PM »
Did they end up counting Joeys three as a three? Or did it stick as a two?
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Re: Creighton
« Reply #56 on: January 10, 2019, 01:38:36 PM »
Did they end up counting Joeys three as a three? Or did it stick as a two?

They changed it to 3 at the under 4 timeout

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #57 on: January 10, 2019, 02:06:55 PM »
This post looks pretty genius in retrospect.

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #58 on: January 10, 2019, 02:08:49 PM »
I have another fun stat for Creighton. Because fun stats are fun.

In their seveneight games against high major opponents, Creighton has allowed 910 different players to score season highs on them. In fact, the only game against a high major where they didn't allow an opponent to score a season high was their game against Providence. Every other team had at least player score a season high.

Marquette: Markus Howard 53 point (averages 25.8)
Butler: Kamar Baldwin 28 points (averages 16.5)
Oklahoma: Brady Mankek 18 points (averages 11.5) & Rashard Odomes 13 points (averages 5.4)
Nebraska: Thomas Allen 18 points (averages 8.7) & James Palmer Jr 30 points (averages 20.1)
Gonzaga: Brandon Clarke 27 points (averages 17.0) & Zach Norvell 28 points (averages 16.2)
Clemson: Marcquise Reed 27 points (averages 19.6)
Ohio State: Keyshawn Woods 19 points (averages 7.9)

For comparison's sake, in 8 games against high majors (and Buffalo), Marquette has allowed 5 different players to have season highs
Indiana: Rob Phinisee 12 points (averages 7.2) & Evan Fitzner 16 points (averages 4.5)
Kansas: Marcus Garrett 11 points (averages 5.8)
Wisconsin: Ethan Happ 34 points (averages 19.3)
Buffalo: Dontay Caruthers 20 points (averages 7.8)

So other than Ethan Happ, Marquette has allowed a couple of role players to have their biggest scoring games, whereas Creighton often lets superstars go off for season highs.

Let's hope the trend continues tonight....and that Markus is the one to do it. Beating a season high of 45 would be hard to overcome.

Very happy to say, updated!
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Re: Creighton
« Reply #59 on: January 10, 2019, 02:15:34 PM »
Incredible win! Wow.

Can someone confirm- how many wins in a row is that against Creighton? I can think of 7...I believe we have swept them the past 3 seasons and now the win last night makes it 7... right?

Go Marquette!

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #60 on: January 10, 2019, 02:19:28 PM »
Incredible win! Wow.

Can someone confirm- how many wins in a row is that against Creighton? I can think of 7...I believe we have swept them the past 3 seasons and now the win last night makes it 7... right?

Go Marquette!

We have now won 6 in a row. Last night, sweeps in the past two seasons, and we beat them at their place Henry's year. We lost at home Henry's year.
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Re: Creighton
« Reply #61 on: January 10, 2019, 07:25:49 PM »
Very happy to say, updated!

Oooh, the Creighton message boards would enjoy this!

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Re: Creighton
« Reply #62 on: January 11, 2019, 03:03:16 AM »
Amazing game. Hopefully we all remember how we stole this one when we lose one we aren't supposed to.
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Re: Creighton
« Reply #63 on: January 11, 2019, 09:44:33 AM »
Amazing game. Hopefully we all remember how we stole this one when we lose one we aren't supposed to.
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