PLEASE NOTE…TIME CHANGE!!!
I remember when on the https://uhcougars.com/ site on the schedule they would list the television outlet.
Back when we would get 1 espn2 game and a CSTV game.
…And things change so much now just keeping up with game times
@pray10…get well brother!
I second that. @pray10 hope you are doing better. I am pretty sure I saw you at one the basketball games (prior season) and was going to stop to chat but figured I would do it at a later date… carpe diem.
When Tulane (6-2, 1-2 American Athletic Conference) faces No. 11 Houston (8-1, 3-1) on the road Saturday, it will be the Wave’s second game in 18 days and first against anyone other than East Carolina since facing Grambling on Dec. 19. With a midweek open date coming up, the Wave will not play again after facing the Cougars until Jan. 16 at Cincinnati.
I do miss CSTV. Loved that channel.
CBS Sports Net is basically CSTV with an expensive wrapper. Personally, I miss watching games on the iON channel. Those were the days!
Disagree. They were pretty much exclusively college programming. No rodeo, no car auctions, just college sports.
Coogs opened at -18 favorites.
Line has jumped to -19.5. Yikes!
Tulane has played only one road game this season? And they have only played two games in three weeks – both against ECU? I don’t know about 20 points but, if the Coogs come ready to play and are not looking past Tulane, I would think 12 to 16-pt margin of victory is a reasonable expectation.
Add to that: in the 4 home games against Boise St, S Carolina, Temple and Wichita St (threw out Lamar and Alcorn St), the average margin of victory is +13 points and the Coogs have scored 70 points in 3 of the 4 and 68 in the other.
This feels like another Temple like game and that was 76-50. Maybe Vegas is right but, man, I would be nervous laying 20 points in this one after that dogfight against Wichita St.
Looking to buy a ticket for the Tulane game. Anyone has 1 available?
If I remember correctly Tulane’s coach said some very unkind things about the Coogs when he was at Georgia Southern.