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Friars Lose: DePaul 80, Providence 63

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Stat Leaders

Points
Rebounds
Assists
DePaulMaric: 18McCallum: 10Cain: 5
ProvidenceWatson: 14Young: 9Jackson: 3

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Friars Win: Providence 71, DePaul 64

1H 2H Final
Providence 34 37 71
DePaul 35 29 64

Stat Leaders

Points Rebounds Assists
Providence Lindsey:18 Diallo: 9 Cartwrigh:4
DePaul Maric: 15 Strus: 9 3 with 4

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Friars Win: DePaul 64, Providence 73

1H 2H Final Score
DePaul 23 41 64
Providence 34 39 73

Stat Leaders

Points Rebounds Assists
DePaul Cyrus/Gage: 12 McCallum: 7 Garrett: 6
Providence Cartwright/Holt: 14 Bullock/Diallo: Cartwright: 6

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Friars Lose: Providence 63, DePaul 64

Final Score
Providence 63
DePaul 64

Stat Leaders

Points Rebounds Assists
Providence Bullock: 18 Holt: 8 Cartwright: 7
DePaul Garrett, Jr: 14 McCallum: 8 Garrett, Jr: 5

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Friars Win: DePaul 66, Providence 87

Final Score
DePaul 66
Providence 87
Leading Scorer Leading Rebounder
DePaul Cain: 22 Hamilton: 6
Providence Bentil: 28 Bentil: 8

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Thoughts from the Road: Friars Drop First Road Game at DePaul

This Thoughts from the Road: Laying in Bed Edition is brought to you by tweets from Dr. Vance Morgan and fueled by lasagna from Louie’s Pizzeria and Restaurant. 

  • I was trying to decide if this game was harder to watch than the game at Creighton that Providence won, 50-48, at the buzzer. My conclusion was that the losing nature of the game did make it harder to watch. The in-game reasons that made each game hard to watch were the same: Providence couldn’t hit shots and they couldn’t clean their defensive glass. The overall rebounding disparity was much worse in this DePaul game, but the offensive rebounding numbers were similar. DePaul’s 18 offensive rebounds led to 22 second chance points against Providence’s 9 offensive rebounds leading to 8 second chance points. That 14 point differential was massive. The Friars are now 6-1 on the road this season.

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