It took a while, but once the East Tennessee State basketball team got rolling, The Citadel didn’t have an answer.
Tray Boyd left his conscience back in Johnson City, and that was a good thing for the East Tennessee State basketball team.
Mercer ran cold-shooting East Tennessee State out of the gym for a surprising 71-55 victory Wednesday night in a Southern Conference basketball game as Djordje Dimitrijevic scored 18 points.
Joe Hughley took advantage of a bigger role, and the East Tennessee State basketball team as a whole took advantage of two technical fouls against UNC Greensboro coach Wes Miller in a 64-57 victory Wednesday night.
It was ugly in the beginning. It was ugly at the end. It was even a little ugly in between. But when the final horn sounded, it was a thing of beauty for East Tennessee State basketball coach Steve Forbes.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Steve Forbes gave his players 24 hours to enjoy their thorough victory over LSU, but the effects of East Tennessee State’s accomplishment will last a lot longer than that.
BATON ROUGE, La. — It wasn’t a fluke. It wasn’t lucky. Heck, for the most part, it wasn’t even close.
The tough matchup the East Tennessee State basketball team was expecting came to fruition Saturday night as North Dakota State ended the Bucs’ five-game winning streak.
Tray Boyd is thankful he plays a sport that takes place indoors. He’s especially thankful this weekend as the East Tennessee State basketball team prepares to play at North Dakota State.
Tray Boyd scored 23 of his career-high 25 points in the first half and Jeromy Rodriguez added 26 points and 16 rebounds as the Bucs beat The Citadel 96-84 in a Southern Conference basketball game Wednesday night at McAlister Fieldhouse.
It’s only two games into the season, but it appears as though a couple of questions are being answered for the East Tennessee State basketball team.
When they announced the starting lineup for East Tennessee State’s basketball team Wednesday night, Tray Boyd III’’s name wasn’t called. He sure made up for lost time.
It’s showtime for the East Tennessee State basketball team, and not only are the Bucs about to begin the season, they’re going to try to live up to some pretty lofty expectations.
JOHNSON CITY — Jeromy Rodriguez has spent a lot of time watching the East Tennessee State basketball team over the past three years. He likes it better when he’s playing.
Showtime is just about here for the East Tennessee State basketball team and as far as the Bucs are concerned, it can’t come soon enough.