MVP for KSU game?

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  1. mcdrier

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    It wasn't Thomas that is for sure...

    But I would vote for Hogue...he was a monster.
     
  2. Gunnerclone

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    Hogue for me as well. Monte and Naz close seconds.
     
  3. CYCLNST8

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    I gotta go with a tie between Threesus & Boss Hogue for picking up the slack once we got into foul trouble today.
     
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  6. mjhavlo76

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    Dustin Hogue undoubtedly! He made some clutch shots for us down the stretch. If it wasn't for him, I'm not sure we would have one.
     
  7. ZJohnson

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    Can't give to just one...Coach, Dustin, Mel, Monte and Georges all had great games. The crowd was great too.
     
  8. SerenityNow

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    Hogue, with an assist from Naz.
     
  9. cyclone87

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    Hogue stepped it up, Ejim had a great game also (especially since he stayed out of foul trouble)
     
  10. cyclone101

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    Hogue. He matched KSU's physical play. Dude played like a man today.
     
  11. Angie

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    Hogue and Ejim both had double-doubles, but I'd give the edge to Hogue.
     
  12. IcSyU

    IcSyU Well-Known Member

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    Ejim & Hogue split it.
     
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  13. mcdrier

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    Am I being negative for starting this thread? Am I showing that I know nothing about ISU basketball?

    Am I being a troll?
     
  14. cyclone87

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    Naz also played well and was clutch on his free throws at the end, Niang was clutch but did get into foul trouble
     
  15. UraMallas

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    Hogue, no question.
     
  16. Angie

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    This response isn't necessary.
     
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  17. Peter

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    Good coaching move by Hoiberg to save Niang for the end. The guy took us home!
     
  18. Rabbuk

    Rabbuk Well-Known Member

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    your napoleon complex is showing.
     
  19. ISUChippewa

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    Hogue gets my vote in a close one. Georges and Naz can have an argument made them for as well.
     
  20. Jacktronic

    Jacktronic Well-Known Member

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    It's so necessary that it's in multiple threads.
     

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