Saturday, January 15, 2011

49ers-Fordham: By the numbers

Charlotte's 71-61 victory Saturday over Fordham by the numbers:

3: Times in last four games Charlotte has outrebound opposition by double digits (41-24 against the Rams).

19: Second-half points scored by Derrio Green.

37: Second-half points scored by Charlotte.

33.5: Green's shooting percentage entering the game (he was seven-of-nine against Fordham).

6: Rebounds by 5-10 49ers guard Jamar Bricoe (only one Fordham player had more than three).

17: Turnovers by Charlotte -- the problem persists.

23-5: Charlotte's advantage from the free-throw line (FTs taken). Yes, there were reasons for that, mostly Fordham needing to foul down the stretch. Just saying, though.


Anonymous said...

Fordham, send the video tape in to the A-10!

Anonymous said...

On the foul count, we did not have to foul down the stretch at St. Bonaventure or Richmond. There's a marked difference. Richmond beat us. We got "zebra'd" at Bonnie.

Good win, shorthanded again.

Just a note about the "Observations: Pecora is not a rookie head coach. He even coached at Halton before with a really strong Hofstra team. He's going to make Fordhm a player.

Anonymous said...

LOL my my. Its all good when the other team gets screwed by refs.

Anonymous said...

Clearly, a couple of you guys have no clue what you're talking about and didn't watch the SBU game or the Fordham game. Charlotte was screwed in the SBU game....period.