Postgame Notes

Feb. 11, 2008

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J'Nathan Bullock
• Scored a career-high 39 points. It was his 11th career 20-point game (second in a row) and first 30-point effort. It was the fifth-highest single game total in school history.
• It was the most points by a Viking since Franklin Edwards set the school record with 49 at Xavier (2/25/81).
• Bullock started the game in second place on the team in scoring, 18 points behind Cedric Jackson. His effort allowed him to pass Jackson (Bullock now has 375, Jackson 363).
• He made his first 11 field goal attempts before missing, finishing 13-for14 from the field. It was the fourth-highest single-game field goal percentage in school history (.928
• He was 11-for-14 from the foul line to raise his career totals to 324 mae (6th highes) in 444 attempts (7th).

Cedric Jackson
• Scored nine points with eight assists, five rebounds and four steals.
• The Horizon League leader in steals 68, he made four steals to go from 10th to 7th on the CSU season steal list, passing Ken McFadden (66), Mike Sweeney (66) and Clinton Ransey (67).
• Handed out eight assists to move within two assists of regaining the Horizon League lead.

Breyohn Watson
• Scored a career-high 11 points, going four-for-eight from the field.
• Topped his previous best of nine points set at Milwaukee and vs. CMU and Cal State Northridge.

• The win improved the Vikings to 16-10 overall and 9-5 in Horizon League play, good for third place, a half-game behind Wright State (9-4). Green Bay slips to 13-11, 7-7 (6th place).
• CSU splits the season series with the Phoenix for the second time in the last three years. It was just CSU's second win in the last 12 meetings with the Vikings now trailing the all-time series, 34-21.
• The Vikings improve to 10-2 in the Wolstein Center this year, the third-highest season win total in building history, trailing the record 11 wins accomplished in both 1992-93 and 2000-01.
• The nine CSU league wins this season ties the school record for wins in a Horizon League season, equalling the mark set in both 1999-2000 and 2000-01.
• The win, CSU's 16th of the year with at least six games remaining, assured the Vikings of a winning record for the first time since 2000-01 (7 seasons).
• CSU jumped out to a quick 7-2 lead (18:59) and led by as many as 12 in the first half (31-19, 6:58) before the Phoenix scored the final nine points of the first half to tie the game at the intermission, 37-37.
• The Vikings never trailed in the game, scoring the first five points of the half before running away with the game.
• Turnovers favored the Vikings again as CSU forced 21 Green Bay miscues while the Vikings committed 16. The Vikings made 11 steals.
• CSU shot .529 from the field, its fourth .500 shooting effort of the year.