Friday, March 20, 2009


How awesome was that?

Chris Wright plays the game of his life, the game he and the rest of us dreamed about when he signed with the Flyers. Charles Little decides to become the go-to guy in the clutch and delivers the dagger. Even Kurt Huelsman came up with some big rebounds down the stretch. 

And defense, boy was there some defense being played by the guys in red today. 

This might only be the second or third time in the BG era that I've felt the Flyers were in complete control of a game against a big-time opponent. And they've never been in control quite like this. 

They picked a hell of a time to do it. 


BroadcastingFool said...

I've never been so happy to miss a game by a 19-point swing in my entire life (I had said WVU by 11, UD won by 8, thus, 19 point swing).

Very impressive win for the Flyers. I couldn't be happier for them.

baskiceball said...

That. Was. Awesome. Go Flyers!

Stonemill said...

From the blog of the Louisville Courier-Journal's Rick Bozich:

"Strange scene in Dayton.

On the court, Pittsburgh is huffing and puffing to hold off East Tennessee State. ETSU is trying to become the first 16 seed to topple a one seed.

But in the arena, Dayton fans are up in the concourse watching TV where the hometown Flyers are on the brink of upsetting West Virginia."

Love it.

rockchalktalk said...


Congratulations on the win. It was pretty sweet.

Anyways, I run a Kansas blog,, and was hoping to exchange questions with you all for our game Sunday morning.

If you're interested, email me at: rockchalktalk -at gmail -dot- com.

Thanks a billion. And, again, congratulations. I'm officially scared as hell to play you all.

Just let me know.



DiSab said...

Amazing. From the beginning to the final buzzer, that was our game. Excellent win. Take that, all you nay-sayers!

Hoping to see the same intensity Sunday. I'm not as confident, but if we play that well, nothing but good will happen.

Anonymous said...

Good thing the AD is smarter than some of the writers here who wanted BG fired - many fans saw what he was building and knew patience would be rewarded