The Buccaneers of East Tennessee will host the Wofford Terriers for a rematch of the Southern Conference on Thursday.
The game must start at 19 hours. AND. Although it is not broadcast nationally in the United States, you can still watch live streaming of the game on your computer, phone or broadcast device via ESPN +, ESPN's new digital streaming service (no cable required), which covers dozens of college basketball games and several other sports every week.
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The Terriers won 10 times in a row. More recently, they hammered the Citadel 99-61 to improve their performance at 19-4 this year and at 11-0 in the match phase.
Senior guard Fletcher Magee, whose 19 points per game is the second total among SoCon players, led the way with 20 points on 4 shots out of 8. He was one of four players to hit four three points ; Terriers went 20 to 33 deep.
"We watched well," said Wofford head coach Mike Young, according to the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. "When you make 20/3 and have 23 passes with 9 turnovers, you will win a lot of games. It's great to be able to play 10 guys (at least 13 minutes each) and have very little, if any, spinoff. These guys will fight and get rid. "
First-year playmaker Ryan Larson came in for eight assists without turning things around in 13 minutes. The Donovan Theme-Love Junior Reserve added eight points, five boards and three assists. he has not coughed the balloon either.
"A boost from Larson, (Tray) Hollowell and the Theme-Love line," added Young. "If you're able to keep Magee and those guys on the bench for four or five minutes in the first half, that's a big problem. Who helps. Very few teams go as far as us.
Hollowell, a second year guard, scored 4 out of 5 points from the back of the bench for 13 points, a pair of pennies and zero losses.
Nathan Hoover and Storm Murphy, the junior and second year scouts, each scored 12 points, all on three points.
"It's really hard to protect ourselves because we have Nate, Fletch and Storm," said Hollowell, according to the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. "Then we have guys like me, Ryan and Donovan just sitting. When we enter the game, we try to improve what the team has done so far. "
Wofford and ETSU (19-5 in total, 9-2 at the conference) opened their conference programs against each other on December 1. The Terriers won 79-62 at home with a 24-point effort from Magee, who scored five goals. three points.
ETSU has the highest SoCon home attendance rate, with an average of 4,194 viewers per competition. Buccaneers thrive in this environment; they are 10-1 at home.
"All the other players we face are having their best audience, so I think Wofford should also be getting our best audience," said second-year guard Patrick Good. Johnson City Press. "It's a big game and a big crowd would be great. It does not create our energy because we have to create ours. But just to know they are here and we have their support, we want to give something back to Johnson City. "