I think Nevada will be a tough match up. They are high scoring, averaging 83 per game. But the real issue about that is how they score. They shoot the three at 40%. They are very comfortable sitting at the arc and jacking it up. Which means Mo, Sims, and O being big down low, with two of the three being shot blockers, really won't help us defend them that much. Nevada isn't going to depend on in the paint scoring. Roach, Coleman, Young, and Febres will have their hands full playing defense at the arc. Coleman has to stay out of foul trouble. The upside is we should be able to have our way inside. We should be able to feed our big three all night long. That is, if we can play disciplined offense and not go brain dead and start jacking up long jumpers. I'm really rooting for the good guys. And this group, and the coach, are genuinely good guys. This is going to be a very close game (what's new) and I am afraid our tendency to play undisciplined, go to the three point shot needlessly, will be our downfall. I wouldn't put any money on the Horns to win. Please Horns, bring me a nice slice of crow Saturday morning for breakfast.