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« Reply #270 on: January 21, 2014, 11:09:39 am »

Its a thread to capture the numbers. As usual , it detoriates into this imbecilic discussion about the guys on the 1971 team.   How many freaking times can some of you post about Tom Sullivan being undersized or how guys only played 3 years of varsity, or how great Charlie Y was...... this thread is to capture the numbers and point out who is moving up.....period..
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« Reply #271 on: January 21, 2014, 11:28:12 am »

I thought Yelverton was listed at 6'4" but maybe he was only 6'2"?  Anyone really know?

I thought that Charlie Y. was listed at 6'1" or 6'2," but am not totally sure of that.  Whatever he was listed at, he was in fact was nowhere near 6'4"—though he played as if he was that height or bigger. Charlie had fantastic leaping ability, and I'll never forget how he repeatedly blocking shots by Marquette's 6'11" Jim Chones in the classic showdown at MSG during the year of Digger.   
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« Reply #272 on: January 21, 2014, 11:31:00 am »

I thought that Charlie Y. was listed at 6'1" or 6'2," but am not totally sure of that.  Whatever he was listed at, he was in fact was nowhere near 6'4"—though he played as if he was that height or bigger. Charlie had fantastic leaping ability, and I'll never forget how he repeatedly blocking shots by Marquette's 6'11" Jim Chones in the classic showdown at MSG during the year of Digger.   


Chalk it up to Oldtimers but I sure thought he was an amazing player.
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« Reply #273 on: January 21, 2014, 11:34:10 am »

I am 100% in disagreement with the thread having run its course.  The numbers are what they are, they get published in the media guide of every school (I am making a bit of an assumption there).  I mentioned a few weeks ago that Frazier passing Yelverton was going to lead to controversy and therefore I tried to nip it in the bud.  That's the post you replied to with your comment about 3 vs. 4 years.

Nobody has said that Frazier is better than anyone.  They are numbers that show our all-time leading scorers, nothing more, nothing less.  In what way has the thread run its course?
Ace, I am not comparing players.  Difficult at best but if CY id have 4 years he would be way up there.   And thanks for the Woytowicz Post- that sounds about right.
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« Reply #274 on: January 21, 2014, 11:39:02 am »

I thought Yelverton was listed at 6'4" but maybe he was only 6'2"?  Anyone really know?
I thought Charlie Y. was listed at 6'1" or 6'2," but can't say for sure.  In any case, he was definitely nowhere near 6'4," though his leaping ability allowed him to guard/shoot over considerably bigger guys.  I'll never forget the classic MSG showdown with Marquette in "the year of Digger," when Charlie repeatedly blocked shots by 6'11" Jim Chones.   

   
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« Reply #275 on: January 21, 2014, 11:52:21 am »

charliet…as would Cunningham & Charles    Wink
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« Reply #276 on: January 21, 2014, 04:33:20 pm »

I thought Yelverton was listed at 6' 4", but maybe, he was only 6' 2" ?  Anyone really know ?
Yelverton wuz 6' 2" and 190 lbs in his b-ball prime, charlie t.
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« Reply #277 on: January 21, 2014, 05:28:49 pm »

Some may recall that Charlie played the saxophone. He played in a band during his pro hoop days in Italy, and still plays.
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« Reply #278 on: January 21, 2014, 06:50:47 pm »

I think the 7 players who dominated the lineup had the following heights:

Tom Sullivan C               6'4"
Charlie Yelverton F/C      6"2"
Ken Charles F                6'2"
Bill Mainor  G                 6'2"
John Burik G                  6'0"

Bart Woytowicz  F/C      6'6"
George Zambetti F/C      6'5"



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« Reply #279 on: January 21, 2014, 06:55:09 pm »

I think the 7 players who dominated the lineup had the following heights:

Tom Sullivan C               6'4"
Charlie Yelverton F/C      6"2"
Ken Charles F                6'2"
Bill Mainor  G                 6'2"
John Burik G                  6'0"

Bart Woytowich  F/C      6'6"
George Zambetti F/C      6'5"





Richie, I think take one inch off Burik but otherwise you nailed it.
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« Reply #280 on: January 21, 2014, 07:23:37 pm »

Richie, I think take one inch off Burik but otherwise you nailed it.
At least; probably closer to 5'10"
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« Reply #281 on: January 21, 2014, 08:30:37 pm »

Correct except Ken Charles played at 6' 3".
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« Reply #282 on: January 21, 2014, 09:21:08 pm »

Correct except Ken Charles played at 6' 3".

Yes. I missed that one.

But let's cut out all this reminiscing about the 71 team before 85 gets annoyed again.  Wink
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« Reply #283 on: January 21, 2014, 09:31:20 pm »

Every thread gets hijacked by either the 1971 team or the facilities issue.  Its idiotic.  Thats why ACE had to set up the off topic thread. Go wank it over CY playing the saxaphone in that one.
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« Reply #284 on: January 21, 2014, 09:36:14 pm »

Every thread gets hijacked by either the 1971 team or the facilities issue.  Its idiotic.  Thats why ACE had to set up the off topic thread. Go wank it over CY playing the saxaphone in that one.

Hey, you're dissing my man Charley? He's coming to track you down..... Wink
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« Reply #285 on: January 21, 2014, 09:40:01 pm »

Long before my time, although I would have liked to see him play. Actually, only 10 years before my time, not so long looking at it now.
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« Reply #286 on: January 23, 2014, 12:28:37 am »

1,000 Point Club:
1. Ed Conlin -          1951-55 -   1,886
2. Bryant Dunston - 2004-08 -    1,832
3. Bevon Robin -      1997-01 -    1,793
4. Joe Paterno -       1985-89 -   1,776
5. Jim Cunningham - 1955-58 -    1,744
6. Marcus Stout -    2004-08 -    1,709
7. Ken Charles -      1970-73 -    1,697
8. Chris Gaston -     2009-13 - 1,672
9. Brenton Butler -   2006-11 -   1,524
10. Jean Prioleau -   1988-92 -   1,442
11. Fred Herzog -     1987-92 -  1,435
12. Branden Frazier -2010-14-    1,403
13. Charlie Yelverton -1968-71 - 1,372
14. Bob Melvin -      1960-63 -   1,323
14. Bill Langheld -    1965-68 -   1,323
16. Dave Maxwell -  1980-83 -   1,278
17. Tony McIntosh -1981-85 -   1,238
18. Darryl Brown -   1972-75 -   1,233
19. Michael Haynes - 2000-04 - 1,228
20. Jason Harris -   1997-2001 - 1,218
21. Steve Samuels -1980-85 -   1,182
22. Jermaine Anderson -2002-06 - 1,178
23. Jim Manhardt - 1961-64 .-     1,147
24. John Stevens - 1962-65 -    1,128
25. John Brady -    1956-59 -    1,119
26. Damon Lopez - 1988-91 -    1,101
27. Gerry Smith -   1946-49 -    1,079
28. Dan Lyons -     1951-55 -    1,077
29. Dan O’Sullivan -1986-90 -    1,073
30. Dud Tongal -   1978-82 -     1,062
31. Sanford Jenkins -1988-92 -  1,052
32. Fred Christ -     1949-52 -   1,037
33. David Buckner - 1989-93 -   1,027
34. Bill Mainor -       1968-71 -   1,024
35. Bill Carlson -      1949-52 -   1,019
XX. Bryan Smith -  2011-15 -    597
XX. Mandell Thomas - 2012-16 -   501
XX. Jon Severe -     2013-17 - 377


500 Rebound Club:
1. Ed Conlin -        1951-55 -  1,930
2. Dan Lyons -       1951-55 -  1,049
3. Chris Gaston -    2009-13 -  1,038
4. Bryant Dunston -2004-08 -   993
5. Bill McCadney -  1955-58 -   968
6. John Stevens -   1962-65 -   917
7. Darryl Brown -    1972-75 -   807
8. Damon Lopez -    1988-91 -   801
9. Sanford Jenkins - 1988-92 -   756
10. Bill Carlson -      1949-52  -  743*
11. John Coalmon -  1958-61 -   698
12. Charlie Yelverton -1968-71 - 690
13. Dan O’Sullivan -  1986-90 -   680
14. Fred Herzog -    1987-92 -    637
15. Steve Samuels - 1980-85 -   633
16. John Andariese - 1957-60 -   629
17. Joe Paterno -     1985-89 -   626
18. Bob Melvin -       1960-63 -   611
19. Joe Frangipane -  1963-66 -  577
20. Ed Bona -           1979-83 -  564
XX. Ryan Rhoomes -   2012-16 - 297
XX. Travion Leonard - 2012-16 - 216

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« Reply #287 on: January 27, 2014, 11:25:41 pm »

1,000 Point Club:
1. Ed Conlin -          1951-55 -   1,886
2. Bryant Dunston - 2004-08 -    1,832
3. Bevon Robin -      1997-01 -    1,793
4. Joe Paterno -       1985-89 -   1,776
5. Jim Cunningham - 1955-58 -    1,744
6. Marcus Stout -    2004-08 -    1,709
7. Ken Charles -      1970-73 -    1,697
8. Chris Gaston -     2009-13 - 1,672
9. Brenton Butler -   2006-11 -   1,524
10. Jean Prioleau -   1988-92 -   1,442
11. Fred Herzog -     1987-92 -  1,435
12. Branden Frazier -2010-14-    1,415
13. Charlie Yelverton -1968-71 - 1,372
14. Bob Melvin -      1960-63 -   1,323
14. Bill Langheld -    1965-68 -   1,323
16. Dave Maxwell -  1980-83 -   1,278
17. Tony McIntosh -1981-85 -   1,238
18. Darryl Brown -   1972-75 -   1,233
19. Michael Haynes - 2000-04 - 1,228
20. Jason Harris -   1997-2001 - 1,218
21. Steve Samuels -1980-85 -   1,182
22. Jermaine Anderson -2002-06 - 1,178
23. Jim Manhardt - 1961-64 .-     1,147
24. John Stevens - 1962-65 -    1,128
25. John Brady -    1956-59 -    1,119
26. Damon Lopez - 1988-91 -    1,101
27. Gerry Smith -   1946-49 -    1,079
28. Dan Lyons -     1951-55 -    1,077
29. Dan O’Sullivan -1986-90 -    1,073
30. Dud Tongal -   1978-82 -     1,062
31. Sanford Jenkins -1988-92 -  1,052
32. Fred Christ -     1949-52 -   1,037
33. David Buckner - 1989-93 -   1,027
34. Bill Mainor -       1968-71 -   1,024
35. Bill Carlson -      1949-52 -   1,019
XX. Bryan Smith -  2011-15 -    599
XX. Mandell Thomas - 2012-16 -   508
XX. Jon Severe -     2013-17 - 384


500 Rebound Club:
1. Ed Conlin -        1951-55 -  1,930
2. Dan Lyons -       1951-55 -  1,049
3. Chris Gaston -    2009-13 -  1,038
4. Bryant Dunston -2004-08 -   993
5. Bill McCadney -  1955-58 -   968
6. John Stevens -   1962-65 -   917
7. Darryl Brown -    1972-75 -   807
8. Damon Lopez -    1988-91 -   801
9. Sanford Jenkins - 1988-92 -   756
10. Bill Carlson -      1949-52  -  743*
11. John Coalmon -  1958-61 -   698
12. Charlie Yelverton -1968-71 - 690
13. Dan O’Sullivan -  1986-90 -   680
14. Fred Herzog -    1987-92 -    637
15. Steve Samuels - 1980-85 -   633
16. John Andariese - 1957-60 -   629
17. Joe Paterno -     1985-89 -   626
18. Bob Melvin -       1960-63 -   611
19. Joe Frangipane -  1963-66 -  577
20. Ed Bona -           1979-83 -  564
XX. Ryan Rhoomes -   2012-16 - 298
XX. Travion Leonard - 2012-16 - 217
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« Reply #288 on: January 30, 2014, 02:01:41 pm »

1,000 Point Club:
1. Ed Conlin -          1951-55 -   1,886
2. Bryant Dunston - 2004-08 -    1,832
3. Bevon Robin -      1997-01 -    1,793
4. Joe Paterno -       1985-89 -   1,776
5. Jim Cunningham - 1955-58 -    1,744
6. Marcus Stout -    2004-08 -    1,709
7. Ken Charles -      1970-73 -    1,697
8. Chris Gaston -     2009-13 - 1,672
9. Brenton Butler -   2006-11 -   1,524
10. Jean Prioleau -   1988-92 -   1,442
11. Fred Herzog -     1987-92 -  1,435
12. Branden Frazier -2010-14-    1,419
13. Charlie Yelverton -1968-71 - 1,372
14. Bob Melvin -      1960-63 -   1,323
14. Bill Langheld -    1965-68 -   1,323
16. Dave Maxwell -  1980-83 -   1,278
17. Tony McIntosh -1981-85 -   1,238
18. Darryl Brown -   1972-75 -   1,233
19. Michael Haynes - 2000-04 - 1,228
20. Jason Harris -   1997-2001 - 1,218
21. Steve Samuels -1980-85 -   1,182
22. Jermaine Anderson -2002-06 - 1,178
23. Jim Manhardt - 1961-64 .-     1,147
24. John Stevens - 1962-65 -    1,128
25. John Brady -    1956-59 -    1,119
26. Damon Lopez - 1988-91 -    1,101
27. Gerry Smith -   1946-49 -    1,079
28. Dan Lyons -     1951-55 -    1,077
29. Dan O’Sullivan -1986-90 -    1,073
30. Dud Tongal -   1978-82 -     1,062
31. Sanford Jenkins -1988-92 -  1,052
32. Fred Christ -     1949-52 -   1,037
33. David Buckner - 1989-93 -   1,027
34. Bill Mainor -       1968-71 -   1,024
35. Bill Carlson -      1949-52 -   1,019
XX. Bryan Smith -  2011-15 -    603
XX. Mandell Thomas - 2012-16 -   533
XX. Jon Severe -     2013-17 - 393


500 Rebound Club:
1. Ed Conlin -        1951-55 -  1,930
2. Dan Lyons -       1951-55 -  1,049
3. Chris Gaston -    2009-13 -  1,038
4. Bryant Dunston -2004-08 -   993
5. Bill McCadney -  1955-58 -   968
6. John Stevens -   1962-65 -   917
7. Darryl Brown -    1972-75 -   807
8. Damon Lopez -    1988-91 -   801
9. Sanford Jenkins - 1988-92 -   756
10. Bill Carlson -      1949-52  -  743*
11. John Coalmon -  1958-61 -   698
12. Charlie Yelverton -1968-71 - 690
13. Dan O’Sullivan -  1986-90 -   680
14. Fred Herzog -    1987-92 -    637
15. Steve Samuels - 1980-85 -   633
16. John Andariese - 1957-60 -   629
17. Joe Paterno -     1985-89 -   626
18. Bob Melvin -       1960-63 -   611
19. Joe Frangipane -  1963-66 -  577
20. Ed Bona -           1979-83 -  564
XX. Ryan Rhoomes -   2012-16 - 305
XX. Travion Leonard - 2012-16 - 218
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« Reply #289 on: January 30, 2014, 03:24:53 pm »

If Severe continues at his present rate, a big if, he will be the all time leading scorer.
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« Reply #290 on: January 30, 2014, 03:48:29 pm »

If Severe continues at his present rate, a big if, he will be the all time leading scorer.

That's what I thought about Gaston, but his senior year injuries left him shy of the goal.
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« Reply #291 on: January 30, 2014, 05:09:12 pm »

If Severe continues at his present rate, a big if, he will be the all time leading scorer.

if he continues at his current rate, he WILL be the all time scorer, and he WILL NOT ever be on a winning team.
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« Reply #292 on: January 30, 2014, 05:11:53 pm »

if he continues at his current rate, he WILL be the all time scorer, and he WILL NOT ever be on a winning team.

Just like Gaston, four years under .500. Sad.
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« Reply #293 on: January 30, 2014, 05:36:42 pm »

Just like Gaston, four years under .500. Sad.


Not sure it has to be this way, but Severe will need to improve his shot selection and learn to make his team better or he will continue to lose.  Gaston never learned this.
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« Reply #294 on: January 30, 2014, 06:52:54 pm »

In a related note Frazier now has 428 garbage time points.
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« Reply #295 on: January 31, 2014, 10:37:32 am »

Just like Gaston, four years under .500. Sad.


 I sure hope Jon Severe doesn't have your defeatist attitude
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« Reply #296 on: January 31, 2014, 07:28:13 pm »

I sure hope Jon Severe doesn't have your defeatist attitude

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« Reply #297 on: February 01, 2014, 09:39:18 pm »

In a related note Frazier now has 428 garbage time points.
No garbage points for Frazier tonight. Wink
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« Reply #298 on: February 01, 2014, 10:14:18 pm »

I'm all for scoring pts but shouldn't FG percentage count for something?  Right now the rams are 333rd in fg percentage in the country.  Gotta get the bigs involved somehow.  I know severe is battling the flu, but you can't be shooting 25percent or taking that many shots if you aren't 100 percent.
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« Reply #299 on: February 01, 2014, 10:43:29 pm »

I'm all for scoring pts but shouldn't FG percentage count for something?  Right now the rams are 333rd in fg percentage in the country.  Gotta get the bigs involved somehow.  I know severe is battling the flu, but you can't be shooting 25percent or taking that many shots if you aren't 100 percent.

Wrong thread.  This thread is for updating the list of all-time scorers.  No more, no less.

If you want to discuss issues with the team, there are plent of threads for that, if you don't find one, make one.
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