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Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

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Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby rogdochar » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:41 am

Now we're down to 6-man rotation of regulars. And that's a "no-go"
says Donovan. D says 'gotta' get minutes from Kurtz, Walker, Ogbueze.
He seems like he doesn't favor any one of them.

Walker ... 6'6" ... in H.S. 23.8 pts/g ... 10.4 rebs/g ... 2.6 assists/g.
Ogbueze .. 6'0" ... H.S. 21.9 pts/g ... 54.2% from 3
Kurtz .. 6'5" ... H.S. 13 pts/g ... 9 rebs/g ... 2 stl/g
Graham .. 6'4" ... H.S. 15.4 pts/g ... bio says "good finisher at rim"

If Graham has that drive to rim "instinct", this team could use that.

As Gators:

Kurtz ... 4/6 FG% = 66.7% ... 3s ..1/1 = 100% ... FT 1/2 = 50%
Walker ... 3/19 FG% = 15.8% ... 3s .. 0/6 = 0% ... FT 11/14 = 78.6%
Graham ... 3/15 FG% = 20% ... 3s ... 0/8 = 0%... 4 TOs
Ogbueze ... 6/19 FG% = 31.6% ... 3s 1/4 = 25% ... FT 4/11 7 TOs

Anybody got more info or hopes for one or another ?
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby GatorJay26 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:55 am

I'm guessing walker cuz of size/athleticism along with his defense. Obgueze is just another small guard and Graham is a 3 pt shooter mainly. This could be good for the team if one of them could develop for the tourney.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby NVGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 3:25 am

Nice breakdown rog. I'm feel the say apprehension you are. I do like Graham's enthusiasm and he does seem to head to the rim for rebounds and tip ins. Being that he's 0/8 in 3s, and we need inside game, let's give him some minutes.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby BostonGator84 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:43 am

I say we temper our expectations for this game. UT is on the rise, having won 5 or 6 in a row. UF is down to six contributing players. Knowing UT's propensity to get to the free throw line, especially at home, this will force more than one of our traditional benchwarmers to play significant minutes. I don't like our chances, unless our 3 point shooters get hot a la Auburn.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby UF_Cheme_Student » Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:55 am

Kurtz is not even a thought, I would say expect Walker and Graham to get the most minutes.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby WhoGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 9:28 am

UF_Cheme_Student wrote:Kurtz is not even a thought, I would say expect Walker and Graham to get the most minutes.

^This... Ogbueze is the reason a lot of our 25-point wins became 15-20 point wins (turnovers, missed free throws, poor defense). With Casey Hill coming in and Frazier jumping him on the "freshman pecking order", look for him to transfer. His older brother has been tweeting since mid-December as well as complaining on his behalf about playing time.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby Kilzyo » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:17 am

We're in deep doo-doo.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby vulcan_alex » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:21 am

Well first I think Prather will get some more time and the starters a little less rest. After all an NBA starter does not rest as much as our players and they have a 24 sec clock so even more running. That said Walker is my first guess since he has already spent some time in games, then Kurtz just because I don't want to get too small.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby Sasquatch Gator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:42 am

What do we do at UT?

In the words of Adrian Balboa...........win.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby GatorBart » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:34 pm

WhoGator wrote:
UF_Cheme_Student wrote:Kurtz is not even a thought, I would say expect Walker and Graham to get the most minutes.

^This... Ogbueze is the reason a lot of our 25-point wins became 15-20 point wins (turnovers, missed free throws, poor defense). With Casey Hill coming in and Frazier jumping him on the "freshman pecking order", look for him to transfer. His older brother has been tweeting since mid-December as well as complaining on his behalf about playing time.


Hill is a potential one-and-done player. If Ogbueze has patience and develops his game a little more, he will be the floor leader for the 14-15 and 15-16 seasons (if Hill leaves after his Freshman season). Hopefully Og sees that as a great opportunity and doesn't start listening to all of the chatter. If he transferred to another D1 school, he would have to sit out next year anyway. So why not get a little more PT, learn and develop, and then apply that in your final two years as the floor leader for the Florida Gators.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby GatorBart » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:37 pm

BostonGator84 wrote:I say we temper our expectations for this game. UT is on the rise, having won 5 or 6 in a row. UF is down to six contributing players. Knowing UT's propensity to get to the free throw line, especially at home, this will force more than one of our traditional benchwarmers to play significant minutes. I don't like our chances, unless our 3 point shooters get hot a la Auburn.


Good analysis. I agree it will be tough to get teh W at UT, but we are due against those guys. They beat us both times last year (and Pearl used to own Billy), so we need to get this series straightened out, starting tomorrow.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby NVGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:45 pm

Since we don't have a official game thread yet, I'll post it here.

Florida is a 8.5 favorite. :eek:
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby WobbleGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:48 pm

NVGator wrote:Since we don't have a official game thread yet, I'll post it here.

Florida is a 8.5 favorite. :eek:

Will not cover.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby NVGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:57 pm

WobbleGator wrote:
NVGator wrote:Since we don't have a official game thread yet, I'll post it here.

Florida is a 8.5 favorite. :eek:

Will not cover.


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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby rogdochar » Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:59 pm

WobbleGator wrote:
NVGator wrote:Since we don't have a official game thread yet, I'll post it here.

Florida is a 8.5 favorite. :eek:

Will not cover.


That's ye ole "WobGator" reverse slychology . :cool:
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby GatorBart » Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:50 pm

NVGator wrote:Since we don't have a official game thread yet, I'll post it here.

Florida is a 8.5 favorite. :eek:


I meant to ask you what the line was. Thanks for posting it.
Based on recent history, we either cover or we lose.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby rogdochar » Mon Feb 25, 2013 6:03 pm

Dang UT gets away too much with pesky defeats of better Gator teams.
Let's win this time at their home with one hand behind our back.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby NVGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 6:09 pm

GatorBart wrote:
NVGator wrote:Since we don't have a official game thread yet, I'll post it here.

Florida is a 8.5 favorite. :eek:


I meant to ask you what the line was. Thanks for posting it.
Based on recent history, we either cover or we lose.


I'd actually like to see us win this one on the road. It's certainly needed.

Just heard on the radio thinga-majig that Ogbueze and Graham are expected to receive lots of playing time this game.

There's going to be a lot of home cookin' officiating in this game. We will need to overcome the adversity on the court.
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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby MJMGator » Mon Feb 25, 2013 6:55 pm

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Re: Sans Yeguete & Frazier, What to do at UT ?

Postby itsgr82bag8r » Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:12 pm

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