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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

    We will win by 6-8. Ridley will get in foul trouble because refs love to call fouls on the road team (especially the bigs) and the ridiculous, unforced turnovers from the game in Austin won't happen.


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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

    Quote Originally Posted by twocoach View Post
    I do think so. Ridley and Holmes combined for 39 points, 18 rebounds (including 7 offensive) and 7 blocks. Their interior presence forced ISU to attempt 32 three pointers, seven more than their average. They fact that they were able to knock down 11 of them kept ISU in the game. With lots of long shots come long rebounds and ISU was able to get hold of many of those, which also helped. But the superior size of Texas pounded ISU on the interior, drawing lots of fouls, which sent them to the line for high percentage free throws and putting an ISU team that isn't very deep in foul trouble. I alos remember the length of Texas defenders being a big reason ISu had so many turnovers. I think ISU has to get Ridley and/or Holmes out of the game in foul trouble for long stretches to have a good shot at winning. They were close in Austin, but Texas prevailed. Since Texas isn't getting any smaller, ISU needs to figure out what changes can be made. They'll either need to get the Texas bigs moving more side to side and drive past them or make more threes. I am cheering for ISu to win this game to help KU out in the standings, but I think it will very very hard. Until ISU proves thay can beat a team with big strong post players I will pick Texas.
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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    I think they'll be up for UT after losing to them down there. I predict one of their most complete games since Baylor (barring big foul trouble).

    ISU 88-79
    On the button as far as spread /tooting of own horn



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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

    Quote Originally Posted by CyTwins View Post
    Ok
    To be fair, Kansas fans don't understand the magic, and rightfully so.



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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

    Will people please stop predicting home losses now? Only reason to predict a home loss is if we are playing KU or some other nationally elite team from another conference.


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    Re: Texas at Iowa State predictions.

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    Will people please stop predicting home losses now? Only reason to predict a home loss is if we are playing KU or some other nationally elite team from another conference.
    Yep. 36/36 against non KU opponents.



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