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Friday, December 18, 2009

Aggies split in Cali

Good win for the Aggies. I never felt like the Wave would get over the hump and that says something about the Aggies holding them off each time they came back. Young and Gibson did what they needed to do and what they will continue to do. Rahman had a career high 17 boards and Watson continued to play well. Hopefully Watson continues to get minutes because Rahman is eventually going to need some help.

Good win for the Aggies after tuesday night. I guess the road trip was a success, splitting two games, but as GS said in a previous post, the inconsistency is about the only consistent thing about this team so far.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just your typical Menzies team, win one, lose two, another .500% season for the 3rd year in a row.

But hey, Dr. Boston says were in the up & up!

Anonymous said...

I agree with you that it was a good win and also agree with the problem with any consistency from game to game. We now have 3 winnable games at home before we start conference play. I do have a question about a statement made by Dr. Boston in the sun news. What did he mean when he said the issue about WM and TG's eligibility was still up in the air and nothing final would be decided until 1/14 when students came back to campus? What is going on?

Anonymous said...

As a faculty member, I can say that it is not that unusual for tehre to be grade changes. Sometimes an F wakes up the student and they get their butt into gear and finish work that is missing. If the faculty member is willing, he or she can change the grade based on the added work.

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:32, that's certainly correct but when it comes to student athletes, change of grades after the end of the semester is bound to raise questions, especially when we are talking about two high profiles players whose failure to regain academic eligibility at the end of the semester has generated plenty of publicity.