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Discussion in 'Drexel Dragons' started by apiri, Nov 21, 2006.
About that time again.
bump bump bump
They'll go from suck to blow
It's time for...
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(Apologies to DrexelJay for the crappy photoshop)
they really really suck
We need to get the order right.
"It's pronounced Mon-TAY"
a mere 47 game winning streak away from making his career record a .500 winning %.
You mean monty loss?
Wow. I'm sure it doesn't seem like it to Delaware fans, but he hasn't been around that long.
Bump. (You'll see why in the other thread)
Bump ba bump.
Bumpin bump ta dump bump
Cleaning up for DBALL
It bears repeating.
I don't expect much discussion and since this thread clearly applies to both teams. We might as well recycle the thread.
Nice to see some inside scoring for a change. 10 of the first 20 points. It would be nice to see it continue
Hmmmm, whose basketball standing is higher in the Association thus far this school year?
And the Dragons post a victory over the Hens, 66 - 62.
Myles' double-double got me curious about how many times that has been achieved by freshmen big guys at Drexel. Based on the data at StatSheet.com (goes back to 1997) 5 guys have done it: three times each for Joe Linderman and Dartaye Ruffin and 1 time each for Mike Kouser, Samme Givens, and Rodney Williams. After the three in his freshman year, Dartaye would only have two double-doubles the remainder of his career. The jury is still out on Rodney but the others certainly had many more throughout their careers. Here hoping that many more await for Myles as well.
Another tidbit I picked up in doing the research that I didn't realize. Kevin Philips played the last two years for Southern Polytechnic, an NAIA school.
Great gutsy win for the Dragons tonight. After AW fouled out with about 12 minutes left, you could tell that Delaware clearly had the momentum for the rest of the game and the Dragons were just trying to survive and play not to lose. They survived Delaware's zone, held onto the ball, made big free throws when they needed to, took advantage of Delaware's cold outside shooting and poor free throw shooting. The result, a nice road victory against our arch-rival.