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first_img Photos Box Score (PDF) Story Links Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats 1350 ESPN Mediacom MC22/ESPN+ Listen Live Watch Live Next Game: Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Box Score (HTML) SIU Edwardsville 12/17/2018 – 7 p.m. Full Schedule Roster The Drake University men’s basketball team dropped a tightly contested game 77-68 to Iowa State Saturday afternoon in the final Hy-Vee Classic at Wells Fargo Arena.Nick McGlynn led Drake (6-2) with 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting. Nick Norton added 11 points as well as reaching 10 assists for the second time in the past three games.Norton’s double-double was his second in the last three games, and at six rebounds he was just short of another triple-double while also not committing a turnover in 38 minutes.Anthony Murphy narrowly missed a double-double with 12 points and eight rebounds in 22 minutes. Murphy led the Bulldogs’ bench, which scored 22 points as a group.”We took a lot from the growth we’ve made and we’re getting closer,” “We’re still growing and we made mistakes together tonight. We’ll continue to grow and I love their approach. If they stay with that mindset and are willing to work and believe in each other, we’ll continue to grow.”Early in the second half, Drake took the lead on an acrobatic layup from Murphy. After stretching the lead to four with 12 minutes remaining, the Bulldogs gave up a pair of baskets to Shayok.In just 53 seconds, the Bulldogs rattled off seven-straight points to take a five-point lead going into the under-eight media timeout at 61-56. The run was capped off with a D.J. Wilkins three-pointer, his first points of the game. The Cyclones took back the lead with four minutes remaining after holding Drake scoreless for nearly three minutes. With four minutes to play, the Bulldogs trailed 67-63. Drake ended the drought on a McGlynn layup with 2:14 to play.Turnovers plagued the Bulldogs late, they had four in the last six minutes and weren’t able to string together another run and get back into the game as Iowa State held Drake to just four points in the final eight minutes of the contest until a Wilkins three-pointer accounted for the final tally.”We put ourselves in a great position, and we just gotta learn from that moving forward,” Norton said of the team’s showing against a good Cyclone team.The Cyclones (9-2) were led by Michael Jacobson who had 22 points and four rebounds. Marial Shayok had 18 points, 16 of which came in the final 17 minutes of the game.At the first media timeout, the Bulldogs trailed 15-12 but had been down by as many as eight early. Out of the timeout, Brady Ellingson hit his second-straight three-pointer to tie the game at 15-15. On their next trip down the court, a Liam Robbins layup gave the Bulldogs their first lead of the game. After being held scoreless for more than four minutes, the Cyclones made the first shot out of the under-12 media timeout. With just under four minutes remaining in the first half, the game was tied at 32. Iowa State began to pull away, but Drake was able to keep the deficit at just four at halftime.Ellingson led the Bulldogs at halftime with 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting, and McGlynn was close behind with nine. As a team, Drake assisted on 12 of its 13 first-half field goals, including five from Norton.The Bulldogs host SIU Edwardsville at the Knapp Center as part of the Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic Monday, Dec. 17. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m.The Drake University men’s basketball team dropped a tightly contested game, 77-68, to Iowa State Saturday afternoon in the final Hy-Vee Classic.Drake (6-2) was led by Nick McGlynn with 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting. Nick Norton added 11 points as well as reaching 10 assists for the second time in the past three games. Norton’s double-double was his second in the last three games, and at six rebounds he was just short of another triple-double.Anthony Murphy narrowly missed a double-double with 12 points and eight rebounds in 22 minutes. Murphy led the Bulldogs’ bench, which scored 22 points as a group.The Cyclones (9-2) were led by Michael Jacobson who had 22 points and four rebounds. Marial Shayok had 18 points, 16 of which came in the final 17 minutes of the game.At the first media timeout, the Bulldogs trailed 15-12 but had been down by as many as eight early. Out of the timeout, Brady Ellingson hit his second straight three-pointer to tie the game at 15. On their next trip down the court, a Liam Robbins layup gave the Bulldogs their first lead of the game. After being held scoreless for over four minutes, the Cyclones made the first shot out of the under-12 media timeout. With just under four minutes remaining in the first half, the game was tied at 32. Iowa State began to pull away, but Drake was able to keep the deficit at just four at halftime.Ellingson led the Bulldogs at halftime with 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting, and McGlynn was close behind with nine. As a team, Drake assisted on 12 of its 13 first-half field goals, including five from Norton.The difference in the first half was on the offensive boards, where the Cyclones led 8-2. Those second chances led to just seven points for the Cyclones, since the Bulldog defense didn’t give Iowa State many open looks.Early in the second half, Drake took back the lead on an acrobatic layup from Murphy. After stretching the lead to four, the Bulldogs gave up a pair of baskets to Shayok.In just 53 seconds, the Bulldogs rattled off seven-straight points to take a five point lead going into the under-eight media timeout. The run was capped off with a D.J. Wilkins three-pointer, his first points of the game. The Bulldogs led 63-58 with just over seven minutes left to play.The Cyclones took back the lead with four minutes remaining after holding Drake scoreless for nearly three minutes. With four minutes to play, the Bulldogs trailed 67-63. Drake ended the drought on a McGlynn layup with 2:14 to play.Turnovers plagued the Bulldogs late, they had four in the last six minutes and weren’t able to string together another run and get back into the game.”We put ourselves in a great position, and we just gotta learn from that moving forward.” Norton said of the team’s showing against a good Cyclone team.The Bulldogs host SIU Edwardsville at the Knapp Center as part of the Las Vegas Classic on Monday, Dec. 17 with tip-off scheduled for 7 p.m.last_img read more


first_imgWhat does Warmack bring to the table that makes him the number one prospect on my Cardinals board?The GoodExcellent pass and run blockerWhile Warmack has made his name as a road grader in the run game, his exploits in pass protection often go woefully underrated.Warmack is a bit undersized at only 6-2 320lbs, but he has extremely long arms at 34¾”, and shows an elite explosiveness to his initial movements.In pass pro, Warmack uses a strong punch to initially stun his defender then locks them out and “holds” them at bay with his length.Warmack has quick enough feet in the short area to move into and take on blitzing linebackers and defensive backs. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Three more prospects that could hear their named called when the Arizona Cardinals walk up to pick on April 25th.On my big board, I have Warmack ranked one, and most of you are well aware of my feelings about him. I want him to be the pick, but I don’t see it happening if the Cardinals stay at seven. His foot quickness in space isn’t great, although he doesn’t appear to be a plodder. But when asked to get out and block defensive backs in space, he typically will look to cut them instead of taking them on in their chest like he does with defenders in the box.His lack of foot speed and athleticism means he is strictly a guard prospect, and that could turn off some teams, especially in today’s evolving NFL game.The UglyHe’s a guard Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Cardinals must be sending out a lot of signals. Heard these names in last 24 hours: Lotulelei, Warmack and Fluker. #ThatTimeOfYear— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) April 17, 2013 Top Stories Gets across the defender’s face when need to reach block with an explosive first step, then gets his body around and fights the defender instead of just walling them off.When asked to trap or pull, Warmack shows good feet and a comfort level in moving in space — but isn’t at his best.Warmack wins at the second level consistently by getting his helmet in the defender’s chest and continuing to drive the defender off and away from the ball.The BadNot elite in spaceIn today’s NFL, many of the run game schemes ask for their guards to be able to pull and win in space. That isn’t Warmack’s forte. It is something that he can do, but you won’t be utilizing his strengths to their fullest. In the ever-changing NFL one thing remains a constant: guards get no love.The Cardinals’ guard play over the last couple of seasons has been bad. Warmack provides an immediate upgrade at a position of “need” but he doesn’t play a position of premium value.This may not seem like a big deal to us, the fans, but the reality is NFL teams don’t draft interior offensive linemen in the top 10.OverallWarmack is one of the best overall prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft, and the best combination of ability, scheme fit and need fulfillment in the draft for the Cardinals, in my opinion.The Alabama All-American can come in and immediately upgrade the Cardinals’ running game by teaming with an elite run blocking tackle like Levi Brown or a guy who showed in the second half of 2012 that he can hold up pretty well in run blocking, in Bobby Massie.The problem will be — does that impact hold enough value for the Cardinals to pull the trigger at seven? I don’t see it, no matter how much I want it to happen. Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo What Warmack does so well is maintain excellent technique and footwork. He consistently stays square to the line of scrimmage, keeps his feet in a solid base, and doesn’t bend at the waist, but instead shows a solid balance and a good ability to move laterally and mirror a defender in pass protection.In the run game, Warmack makes you understand why so many have him as a top-10 prospect in this draft class.Warmack does a great job at firing out and locking onto his assigned defender and then driving him out of the play.last_img read more