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Date Posted: Sun, November 28 2004, 15:58:02
Author: Grump Dogg
Subject: Re: Eddie's Remarks
In reply to: Duck_Mav 's message, "Eddie's Remarks" on Sun, November 28 2004, 14:09:37

>"Anytime you can come on the road and get a victory,
>especially non-conference because we play one of the
>toughest non-conference schedules in the country. It
>is really a big win for us," said McCarter of the
>88-67 win over New Mexico State Nov. 24 in Las Cruces,
>N.M. It marked just the eighth non-conference win away
>from Texas Hall in McCarter's 12-plus year tenure at
>UTA.
>
>"(Wins) are tough to come by, especially when we are
>in the situation we are in where we go and play so
>many guarantee games and we go into situations where
>so many things are against you, it just makes it awful
>tough on us. For us to go and do what we did at New
>Mexico State was just a tremendous feat. It is maybe
>the sweetest win I have had since we beat Wyoming in
>the opening round of their tournament in Casper (Wyo.)
>my first year."

Nice byte from Eddie, but I'm not sure where he got his information on the us having one of the toughest non-conference schedules... Last time I checked UTPB and UT-Tyler were no basketball powerhouses. Anyway, it was a good win for us. It's too bad we couldn't pull another one out against Wyoming, but at least we were competitive and it wasn't a blowout like so many other of our non-conference games against the so-called "bigger" programs.

I'm going to do my best to catch the TWU game on Tuesday so I can try to get some pics of the banner raising.

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