BYU: How Will They do Without Brandon Davies?
Can the Cougars Advance?
After a heartfelt, deep, emotional apology by Brandon Davies to his team and coaches for breaking the BYU honor code, how will his team honor him in their first game today as they take on Wofford at 7:00pm?
BYU comes into the game with a 30-4 and Wofford has a 21-12 record.
As a 14 seed, the Terriers start four seniors and one junior and have to get a gigantic game from their forward Noah Dalhman to pull the upset.
With Davies watching, the Terriers will have a little advantage and an easier time getting to the rim on the offensive side and an easier time getting position in rebounds with the duo of Dalhman and Johnson.
The big question for the Terriers is how will they find a way to slow down the main man Fredette.
The Terriers are ranked eighth in the nation in shooting percentage and sixth from 3-point range, but how will they stop this BYU team?
With every game being televised this year on several stations, this game will be on primetime on CBS.
So will the Cougars be able to honor their forgiven teammate, Davies with a victory?
Yes, they will win, but the Terriers will give them a dogfight.
With Fredette leading the Cougars down the court, they will advance to the second round.
Even Bill Raftery said, "To be courtside to see him play really is going to be an honor," in reference to Fredette.
So the honor will be restored tonight on primetime.