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Brett Vito

DRC (updated): UNT falls to old nemesis WKU in C-USA tourney

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WKU has success in their DNA.  It gets to be infuriating sometimes.

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1 hour ago, CMJ said:

WKU has success in their DNA.  It gets to be infuriating sometimes.

And their basketball fans care. They had just about as many fans as us there and they're 12 hours away and we're 30 minutes away. Embarrassing. 

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3 hours ago, CMJ said:

WKU has success in their DNA.  It gets to be infuriating sometimes.

More like envious.

1 hour ago, NorthTexasWeLove said:

And their basketball fans care. They had just about as many fans as us there and they're 12 hours away and we're 30 minutes away. Embarrassing. 

That's what 50 plus years of continued success brings. I sat in the middle of red last night and their average age of fan was 60+.

 

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2 hours ago, RiseUNT said:

More like envious.

That's what 50 plus years of continued success brings. I sat in the middle of red last night and their average age of fan was 60+.

 

Their fans are also very knowledgeable about the game. You have to at least respect their fan base. If it wasn’t going to be us I was hoping to see La Tech and Western in the finals. Hopefully Western takes it all.

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2 hours ago, RiseUNT said:

More like envious.

That's what 50 plus years of continued success brings. I sat in the middle of red last night and their average age of fan was 60+.

 

That has a lot to do with who can attend a basketball game in the middle of the week. 

WKU has a lot of success because they have invested more in their programs much longer.   NT now is making that kind of investment, but it is going to take some continued success to build up the program to something near what some of conference competition enjoys.  

Not to mention buying their star player and probably a few more. 

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