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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Cajuns/McNeese has tGOAT broadcast crew.

Bob Licht and Deuce McAllister. Yes, that Deuce McAllister. And if that’s not enough for you, Smacker Miles is the sideline reporter.

Cox Sports. Do yourself a favor.


hendersonshands
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
I was listening to Bob Licht mess up like 16 calls in the first half and it made me love Joel Myers even more.

I kept thinking "no way this is actually Deuce McAllister in the first half. What a wild team.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action went 4-2 last night.

ULL got a win in Lake Charles over McNeese 80-67. The Cajuns got big scoring nights from Malik Marquetti and Marcus Stroman who scored 29 & 20 points respectively. Double digit scoring efforts were also turned in by Jerekius Davis with 12 and Justin Miller with 11 in the win. The Cowboys got double figure scoring efforts from Malik Hines (also had 13 rebounds), Jarren Greenwood and Roydell Brown who all scored 14 points in the loss. The Cajuns improve to 8-4 this season while McNeese falls to 3-8.

In the other in state match up, ULM took care of Nicholls 95-68 in Monroe. ULM had a balanced scoring attack with five players reaching double figure scoring. Daishon Smith scored a game high 23 points. Michael Ertel (17), JD Williams (15), Tyree White (11) and Travis Munnings (10) were the other high scorers for the Warhawks. The Colonels also had five players reach double figure scoring led by Jeremiah Jefferson and Elvis Harvey who scored 13 & 11 respectively. Brandon Moore, Jr., Daniel Regis and Jeremiah Buford each scored 10 points in the loss. ULM goes to 6-4 on the year while Nicholls drops to 5-6.

Northwestern State picked up a win over Louisiana College 84-64. The Demons were led in scoring by Ishmael Lane (17), Larry Owens (14) and DeAndre Love (10) in the win. Northwestern State is now 4-8 overall.

UNO cruised past Williams Baptist 90-62. High scorers for the Privateers were Gerrale Gates with 17, Jorge Rosa with 14, Troy Green with 13 and Scott Plaisance with 12. UNO goes to 5-4 this year.


The are 2 games involving state schools tonight including another in state match up in Grambling. Schedule below.

Wednesday, December 19th
Grambling vs Southeastern – 7:30pm
Southern vs California Baptist – 2pm
This post was edited on 12/19 at 8:22 am


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action went 1-2 last night.

Grambling overcame a late double digit deficit to top Southeastern 69-68. The Tigers were led by Ivy Smith, Jr.'s 17 points and got good contributions from Prince Moss who scored 14 and Dallas Polk-Hillard who scored 13 in the win. The Lions got a huge night from Moses Greenwood who scored 28 points & grabbed 14 rebound and a 12 point effort from Marlain Veal in the loss. Grambling gets back to .500 on the season at 6-6 while Southeastern drops to 4-7.

Southern came up just short against California Baptist losing 76-79. Aaron Ray (21), Richard Lee (18) and Eddie Reese (10) all turned in double figure scoring efforts for the Jags but it wasn't enough. Southern falls to 1-11 on the year.


There's only one game tonight, see below.

Thursday, December 20th
UNO @ Pittsburgh – 6pm (ACCN Extra)


redfishfan
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
It's sad what Southern has become. Under Banks they had a shot at the tourney almost every year.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
The only team in action last night was UNO and they had a rough one at Pittsburgh falling 57-99. Bryson Robinson led the Privateers with 11 points while Damion Rosser and Gerrale Gates each scored 10 in the loss. UNO drops to 5-5 on the season.


There are three games involving state schools tonight including a ranked team heading to Baton Rouge. There aren't any games from Sunday until Friday. Not sure how often I'll be updating throughout the holidays (not that it matters ) so I'm going to go ahead a post the schedule of games for state teams through Sunday, January 6th. Schedule below.

Friday, December 21st
LSU vs #24 Furman – 7pm (SECN+)
Tulane vs Towson – 4pm (Boardwalk Battle, Atlantic City, NJ)
ULM vs Coppin State – 7pm

Saturday, December 22nd
Tulane vs La Salle/Alabama A&M – TBD (Boardwalk Battle, Atlantic City, NJ)
Louisiana Tech vs Texas A&M–CC – 4pm
Southeastern @ Bradley University – 1pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls vs University of Mobile – 2pm
McNeese @ UTPA – 7pm
Grambling @ #16 Wisconsin – 11am (Big Ten Network)

Sunday, December 23rd
NO GAMES

Monday, December 24th
NO GAMES

Tuesday, December 25th
NO GAMES

Wednesday, December 26th
NO GAMES

Thursday, December 27th
NO GAMES

Friday, December 28th
LSU vs ULM – 7pm (SECN+)
Southern @ #20 Marquette – 7pm (FS1)

Saturday, December 29th
Louisiana Tech vs Southern Miss – 4pm (ESPN3/+)
Southeastern vs ULL – 4pm
UNO @ Baylor – 5pm (FSSW Plus)
Nicholls vs Campbellsville Harrodsburg – 7pm

Sunday, December 30th
McNeese vs Campbellsville Harrodsburg – 4pm
Northwestern State vs Champion Christian College – 4pm

Monday, December 31st
NO GAMES

Tuesday, January 1st
NO GAMES

Wednesday, January 2nd
Tulane @ Cincinnati – 5:30pm (CBS Sports)
McNeese @ Incarnate Word – 7pm
Northwestern State vs Nicholls – 6:30pm
Southeastern @ Stephen F. Austin – 6:30pm (ESPN+)
UNO @ Abilene Christian – 7pm

Thursday, January 3rd
Louisiana Tech @ North Texas – 7pm (ESPN3/+)
ULL vs Arkansas State – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Little Rock – 7pm

Friday, January 4th
Tulane vs SMU – 6pm (ESPN2)

Saturday, January 5th
Louisiana Tech @ Rice – 2pm (WatchESPN)
ULL vs Little Rock – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Arkansas State – 2pm
Southeastern vs Central Arkansas – 4pm
Nicholls @ Incarnate Word – 7pm
UNO vs Houston Baptist – 2pm
Northwestern State vs McNeese – 3pm
Grambling @ Alabama State – 7:30pm
Southern vs Prairie View A&M – 7:30pm

Sunday, January 6th
NO GAMES



Good luck to all teams over the next couple of weeks. We're getting close to the start of conference play and the fun really gets started. Also, Merry Christmas to the MSB and college hoops fans in Louisiana. Hope everyone has a great holiday season.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Ended up coming back into the office today so I figured I might as well update the games from last weekend.

*Friday, December 21 Results*

LSU gave Furman their first loss of the year 75-57. The Tigers were led by Tremont Waters who scored a game high 20 points. LSU also got good contributions from Skylar Mays who scored 16 points and Kavell Bigby-Williams who scored 10 points & pulled down 10 rebounds in the win. LSU improves to 9-3 this season.

Tulane had a tough one losing to Towson 55-73. Connor Crabtree and Samir Sehic were the only Wave players in double figures with 13 & 10 points respectively. Tulane falls to 4-7 on the year.

ULM beat Coppin State 80-63. Travis Munnings had a huge night for the Warhawks scoring 32 points in the win. Daishon Smith with 19 and Michael Ertel with 13 also reached double digit points in the win. ULM goes to 7-4.

*Saturday, December 22 Results*

Tulane lost to Alabama A&M 59-67. Caleb Daniels scored 14 and Samir Sehic had a double double with 13 points & 11 rebounds for the Wave but it wasn't enough. Tulane drops to 4-8 overall.

Louisiana Tech topped Texas A&M-CC 73-68. The Bulldogs had a very balanced scoring attack from Amorie Archibald (21), Dequan Bracey (15), Anthony Duruji (14) and JaColby Pemberton (11). Louisiana Tech reaches double digits in the win column at 10-3 this season.

Southeastern came up just short against Bradley losing 60-63. Marlain Veal scored 14 and Kajon Brown had 11 as they were the only Lions to reach double figures. Southeastern drops to 4-8 this year.

Nicholls beat University of Mobile 84-67. Jeremiah Jefferson had a big night scoring 31 for the Colonels in the win. Kevin Johnson, Elvis Harvey and Danny Garrick all reached double digits with 16, 15 & 12 points respectively. Nicholls gets back to .500 at 6-6.

McNeese lost a close one to UTPA 64-68. Shamarkus Kennedy was the only Cowboy to reach double figures in the scoring column as he scored 21 points in the game. McNeese drops to 3-9 on the season.

Grambling lost at Wisconsin 53-84. The Tigers got a 17 point, 10 rebound effort from Dallas Polk-Hillard and 14 point effort from Lasani Johnson in the loss. Grambling falls to 6-7.


Those are the last games that have been played and there aren't any games involving state schools until Friday night. Records, RPIs & NETs updated in OP. Will update player rankings at some point.


hth52
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Thought I’d bump. Tech beat USM 71-56 Saturday afternoon. Tech plays UNT next.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Alright, hope everyone had a good new year. Been busy with the holidays but that's all over now. Below is a recap of the games played since Christmas.

*Friday, December 28th*

LSU beat ULM 81-69. The Tigers had five players in double digit scoring led by Naz Reid's 19 points & 12 rebounds and Tremont Waters' 11 points & 10 assists. The Warhawks got big scoring nights from Daishon Smith with 22 and Michael Ertel who scored 21 in the loss. LSU goes to 10-3 while ULM dropped to 7-5.

Southern had a rough one losing at Marquette 41-84. Sidney Umude scored 10 points for the Jags and was the only player to reach double figures in the loss. Southern falls to 1-12 this season.

*Saturday, December 29th*

Louisiana Tech opened up CUSA play with a 71-56 win over Southern Miss. Louisiana Tech was led by Anthony Duruji, JaColby Pemberton & Dequan Bracey who scored 23, 14 & 11 points respectively. Louisiana Tech improves to 11-3 overall and 1-0 in conference.

ULL edged Southeastern 73-72. Malik Marquetti scored 19 points and Trajan Wesley scored 10 points for the Cajuns in the win. Also, the Cajuns lost Malik Marquetti for the season with a knee injury in the game. Southeastern got 19 points from Marlain Veal, 10 points from Von Julien and an 18 point & 11 rebound effort from Moses Greenwood in the loss. ULL improves to 9-4 while Southeastern falls to 4-9.

UNO struggled at Baylor losing 44-84. Bryson Robinson was the only Privateer in double figures with 11 points in the loss. UNO drops to 5-6 on the year.

Nicholls beat Campbellsville-Harrodsburg 88-63. The Colonels were led in scoring by by Jeremiah Jefferson (18), Kevin Johnson (17) and Daniel Regis (14). Nicholls goes to 7-6 for the season.

*Sunday, December 30th*

McNeese beat Campbellsville-Harrodsburg 91-73. The Cowboys got huge games from Roydell Brown (24 points, 17 rebounds) and Shamarkus Kennedy (30 points, 12 rebounds) and also got a 15 point night from James Harvey in the win. McNeese is now 4-9 this year.

Northwestern State defeated Champion Christian College 86-65. LaTerrance Reed and Ishmael Lane were the high scorers for the Demons with 17 & 13 points respectively. Northwestern State improves to 5-8 overall.


Ok, so that covers everything to current. Below is the schedule for tonight and the rest of the week. Everyone is getting into conference play. This where it starts to get fun.

Wednesday, January 2nd
Tulane @ Cincinnati – 5:30pm (CBS Sports)
McNeese @ Incarnate Word – 7pm
Northwestern State vs Nicholls – 6:30pm
Southeastern @ Stephen F. Austin – 6:30pm (ESPN+)
UNO @ Abilene Christian – 7pm

Thursday, January 3rd
Louisiana Tech @ North Texas – 7pm (ESPN3/+)
ULL vs Arkansas State – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Little Rock – 7pm

Friday, January 4th
Tulane vs SMU – 6pm (ESPN2)

Saturday, January 5th
Louisiana Tech @ Rice – 2pm (WatchESPN)
ULL vs Little Rock – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Arkansas State – 2pm
Southeastern vs Central Arkansas – 4pm
Nicholls @ Incarnate Word – 7pm
UNO vs Houston Baptist – 2pm
Northwestern State vs McNeese – 3pm
Grambling @ Alabama State – 7:30pm
Southern vs Prairie View A&M – 7:30pm

Sunday, January 6th
NO GAMES

Records, RPIs & NET Rankings updated in OP. Will update stats at some point today.


chew4219
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
The Cajuns season is toast. Malik Marquetti tore his ACL. We have zero depth. A decade of mediocre basketball under Bobby Big Fish will continue.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
It's going to be really bad next year without Gant, Stroman & Marquetti.

I'll still be there every home game though. Guess I'm a crazy person


BCMCubs
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
SLC play starting tonight. Geaux Colonels


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Yes indeed. All 5 SLC teams in the state are in action.


hendersonshands
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
There's a lot of high school talent coming in. Kobe Julian is redshirting after his torn ACL at the end of last high school season. We also have Mylik Wilson who will be a freshman next year. I have high hopes for those two. RJ Gladney could also end up being a good player.

Jalen Johnson is sitting out this year after transferring from St. Louis.


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BCMCubs
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Colonels dub 78-72


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 2-4.

Tulane had a rough conference opener losing 61-93 at Cincinnati. Jordan Cornish with 19 points and Caleb Daniels with 16 points were the only Wave players in double figures. Tulane falls to 4-9 and 0-1 in AAC play.

Nicholls topped Northwestern State 78-72 in an in state SLC opener. The Colonels were led by Gavin Pepper's 24 points and Brandon Moore's 16 point, 13 rebound effort. Jeremiah Jefferson also chipped in with 11 points. The Demons got 14 points from Ishmael Lane, 12 from Jacob Guest and 10 from Brian White in the loss. Nicholls goes to 8-6 and 1-0 in conference while Northwestern State drops to 5-9 and 0-1.

Southeastern lost their SLC opener at Stephen F. Austin 60-65. Double figure scorers for the Lions were Brandon Gonzalez, Von Julien and Marlain Veal who scored 16, 13 & 10 respectively in the loss. Southeastern is now 4-10 overall and 0-1 in SLC play.

McNeese started their conference schedule with an 88-77 win over Incarnate Word. The Cowboys had a balanced attack led by another double double from Roydell Brown who had 23 points & 11 rebounds and a good scoring night from Shamarkus Kennedy who scored 20 points in the win. James Harvey with 18 points and Trey Touchet with 13 points also provided solid contributions. McNeese goes to 5-9 and 1-0.

UNO lost to Abilene Christian 58-68. Scott Plaisance scored 18 points and Ezekiel Charles scored 14 points as they were the only Privateers to reach double figure scoring. UNO falls to 5-7 overall and 0-1 in the SLC.


There are three teams in action tonight. See schedule below.

Thursday, January 3rd
Louisiana Tech @ North Texas – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULL vs Arkansas State – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Little Rock – 7pm
This post was edited on 1/3 at 10:02 am


burdman
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Member since Aug 2007
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 1-2.

Louisiana Tech came up short at North Texas 59-63. The Bulldogs got a 22 point effort from Dequan Bracey and 11 points from JaColby Pemberton in the loss. Louisiana Tech falls to 11-4 overall and 1-1 in CUSA play.

ULL lost their Sun Belt opener to Arkansas State 83-94. The Cajuns had four players reach double figure scoring in the game with Marcus Stroman leading the way with 25 points. JaKeenan Gant and Justin Miller both scored 19 and PJ Hardy added 11 points but it wasn't enough. ULL drops to 9-5 and 0-1 in conference.

ULM beat Little Rock in their conference opener 97-84. Daishon Smith had a huge night dropping 42 points including 10 threes for the Warhawks. Michael Ertel and JD Williams also reached double figures with 16 & 13 points respectively in the win. ULM goes to 8-5 overall and 1-0 in the SBC.



The only team in action tonight is Tulane. I believe every team is in action this weekend besides LSU. See the schedule below for the rest of the games this weekend.

Friday, January 4th
Tulane vs SMU – 6pm (ESPN2)

Saturday, January 5th
Louisiana Tech @ Rice – 2pm (WatchESPN)
ULL vs Little Rock – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Arkansas State – 2pm
Southeastern vs Central Arkansas – 4pm
Nicholls @ Incarnate Word – 7pm
UNO vs Houston Baptist – 2pm
Northwestern State vs McNeese – 3pm
Grambling @ Alabama State – 7:30pm
Southern vs Prairie View A&M – 7:30pm

Sunday, January 6th
NO GAMES


NCAA finally updated their individual stat leaders yesterday so individual stats are updated in the OP.

Good luck to everyone this weekend.


TulaneFan
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Member since Jan 2008
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Tulane probably has their worst team ever this year. Not sure if they will win any American Conference games


burdman
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Louisiana
Member since Aug 2007
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
You think it'll be worse than Dunleavy's first year?


TulaneFan
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Member since Jan 2008
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
It already is. We’re losing with regularity to shitty sun belt teams and the southland, just recently lost to a winless SWAC team. Most American conference teams will beat us by 20-30


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