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Date Posted: 11:10:07 01/08/04 Thu
Author: J.J.
Subject: Pikiell at GWU

Was able to see the Temple/GW game last night. What an interesting game, my first A-10 conference game and a chance to see Hall of Famer Coach John Chaney. The Smith Center was a nice venue, but with students still on break they drew only about 3,000. While Pat Sellers' team may be young and struggling in Amherst, former CCSU assistant Steve Pikiell is on the bench of a very good team here DC. (maybe we can get a game down here next year)

GW snapped a 4 game losing streak and pulled off what is historically an upset over Temple (TU had won 7 in a row over GW and have only lost once at the Smith Center). But more than that, GW could be the real deal this year. They have now beaten the Charlotte (CUSA), West Virginia (BE), and Temple. Three of their losses are to ranked teams; Gonzaga (24), @ Texas (17), and @ St. Joes (10). In this game they were unable to go inside on TU zone defense. They beat them from the outside. For the game GW was 14 for 32 from 3 pt. range with 5 different players scoring from behind the arc. Its going to be hard to win the A-10 with St. Joes as the favorite, but an at large might be a possibility. If not, I'm sure of an NIT invite for Colonials.

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