Live-Blogging Shish on College Basketball: Mountain West Bubble Bursting Game-San Diego State Aztecs at Wyoming Cowboys 02/28/2022
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging Shish on College Sports’. Tonight, it is a bubble bursting Men’s Basketball game in the Mountain West Conference, between San Diego Aztecs and Wyoming Cowboys.
Here’s What is at stake for both programs. Whoever wins tonight stays with Boise State and Colorado State for the Regular Season Crown for the Mountain West Conference. It will also give the victor a Quad 1 victory and help their tournament chances. The loser of this game will have to put more of an emphasis on winning the MW Tournament Next Week.
Aztecs are led by Matt Bradley in scoring. While Nathan Mensah leads San Diego State in rebounding. While Trey Pulliam leads the California state university in assists.
For the Cowboys, they are led by Graham Ike in scoring and rebounding. While Hunter Maldonado leads Wyoming in assists.
It is San Diego State Aztecs and Wyoming Cowboys. Winner pads their tournament resume. Loser needs to win MW Tournament for automatic bid.
Possible Starting Lineups:
San Diego State Aztecs:
G: M. Bradley
G: L. Butler
G: T. Pulliam
F: N. Mensah
F: K. Johnson
G: H. Maldonado
G: X. DuSell
G: D. Jeffries
F: J. Oden
F: G. Ike
Live-Blogging Shish on College Basketball: Big Ten Men's Basketball-Indiana Hoosiers at Ohio State Buckeyes 02/21/2022
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging Shish on College Basketball’. Tonight, it is a Big Ten Men’s Basketball game, between Indiana Hoosiers and Ohio State Buckeyes.
Hoosiers are struggling. They are looking for their first win in February. They were a 9 seed in Last Week’s Brackets. And they need to win if they don’t want to become a bubble team.
For the Buckeyes, they are playing well. They are having problems trying to shake Rutgers and Michigan State for the double bye in the Big Ten MBK Tournament. As well as a loss behind Illinois, Wisconsin, and Purdue for the Top spot in the Big Ten Regular Season. They need to win this game today to avoid the trap. Because they travel to Champaign, to play Illinois on Thursday.
Hoosiers are led by Trace Jackson-Davis in scoring and rebounds. While Xavier Johnson leads Indiana in assists.
As for the Buckeyes, they are led by E.J. Liddell in scoring and rebounding. While Jamari Wheeler leads Ohio State in assists.
It is Indiana Hoosiers and Ohio State Buckeyes, coming up shortly.
Possible Starting Lineups:
G: X. Johnson
G: T. Galloway
F: R. Thompson
F: M. Kopp
F: T. Jackson-Davis
Ohio State Buckeyes:
G: J. Wheeler
G: E. Brown, III
G: M. Branham
F: Z. Key
F: E.J. Liddell
Live-Blogging Shish on College Basketball: Big 12 Men's Basketball-Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Longhorns 02/07/2022
Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging Shish on College Sports’. Tonight, it is a Big 12 Men's Basketball game, between Kansas Jayhawks and Texas Longhorns.
Jayhawks are coming off a dominating win over Baylor on Saturday. They have a 2-game lead over Baylor and Texas Tech for the Big 12 lead. And have a 3-game lead on tonight's opponent.
Longhorns have a tough stretch, where they lost to Texas Tech, defeated Iowa State. And after the Jayhawks Tonight, they will have a 2-game road stretch between Baylor and Texas Tech.
Jayhawks are led by Ochai Agbaji in scoring. Kansas is led by David McCormack in rebounding. And Dajuan Harris, Junior leads the Lawrence University in assists.
For the Longhorns, they are led by Timmy Allen in scoring and rebounding. While Marcus Carr leads Texas in assists.
Kansas averages 37.3 rebounds per game. They distribute the ball at 16.4 assists per game. Defensively, they block 4.2 shots a game and take 6.8 steals per game.
As for Texas, they average 33.7 RPG. They distribute the ball at 14.1 APG. Defensively, they block 3.4 shots a game and take 8.4 SPG.
It is Kansas Jayhawks and Texas Longhorns, coming up shortly.
G: O. Agbaji
G: C. Braun
G: D. Harris
F: D. McCormack
F: J. Wilson
G: M. Carr
G: C. Ramey
F: C. Bishop
F: B. Cunningham
F: T. Allen
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