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Dark Knight
11-12-2014, 12:51 PM
FEU will battle USC Warriors of CeSaFi on Nov 13 led by Shooster Olago.

Dark Knight
11-14-2014, 01:07 PM
Damn we lost that bad. It seems after game 1 of the UAAP Finals the Tams havent find their bearings. Lost twice in a row to NU. Lost thrice in a row sa D-League and lost our first game sa PCCL.

Belo has not been the same Belo in the UAAP.

Ok going to yesterday's game which i waited until 2:30am only to watch the Tams lose, i dunno if this team will be a contender in next years UAAP.

Puzzling is how the hyped Orizu is like a child lost in the court. FEU is not running plays with him. I dunno if he is a post player but with his height, he should capitalize on it.

Thats what FEU is lacking since 2005. A legit big man who can man the post. The likes of Gerard Jones or even a Don Yabut or a Francis Barcellano. Even RB Mangahas. Ateneo has been succesful because thay always have a big man under the basket. Slaughter, Husseini, Arao, Chua etc.

Hargrove is good but not effective. So is Sentcheu. Ramos is more comfy shooting perimeter jumpers, even 3's. We need a big man FEU. Like Jervy Cruz. Orizu has butterfingers. He moves awkwardly not smooth. Bad FT shooting percentage i guess but with his height? FEU should train this guy. Sayang sya pag ganon lang laro nya.

Pinasok sya but he barely got passes from team mates. Its like there is no play designed for him except to rebound and defend.

By the way, Tolomia last night is becoming a Romeo. A Ballhog.

No bright future in this edition of PCCL.

Dark Knight
11-14-2014, 01:07 PM
Damn we lost that bad. It seems after game 1 of the UAAP Finals the Tams havent find their bearings. Lost twice in a row to NU. Lost thrice in a row sa D-League and lost our first game sa PCCL.

Belo has not been the same Belo in the UAAP.

Ok going to yesterday's game which i waited until 2:30am only to watch the Tams lose, i dunno if this team will be a contender in next years UAAP.

Puzzling is how the hyped Orizu is like a child lost in the court. FEU is not running plays with him. I dunno if he is a post player but with his height, he should capitalize on it.

Thats what FEU is lacking since 2005. A legit big man who can man the post. The likes of Gerard Jones or even a Don Yabut or a Francis Barcellano. Even RB Mangahas. Ateneo has been succesful because thay always have a big man under the basket. Slaughter, Husseini, Arao, Chua etc.

Hargrove is good but not effective. So is Sentcheu. Ramos is more comfy shooting perimeter jumpers, even 3's. We need a big man FEU. Like Jervy Cruz. Orizu has butterfingers. He moves awkwardly not smooth. Bad FT shooting percentage i guess but with his height? FEU should train this guy. Sayang sya pag ganon lang laro nya.

Pinasok sya but he barely got passes from team mates. Its like there is no play designed for him except to rebound and defend.

By the way, Tolomia last night is becoming a Romeo. A Ballhog.

No bright future in this edition of PCCL.

Dark Knight
11-14-2014, 01:13 PM
Shooster Olago is a workhorse. Love that guy. Ganun ang hinahanap kong player. Orizu is not like that.

Dark Knight
11-14-2014, 01:34 PM
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bchoter
11-14-2014, 01:45 PM
Ser kunin niyo nalang akong tiga set up niya hehe. O kaya yung 6'2" na shooting guard ng red cubs na Angeles yata ang surname. Sabagay pick up games lang pero mukha namang marunong pumwesto para sa tamang angle ng pasa at magaling mag anticipate ng drop passes

LaKazTaMa
11-15-2014, 04:42 AM
Dont wori about Orizu comes UAAp season 78 hasa na yan , d pa cla nag jelly jelly eh , crowded masyado skedz ng tams ngayon kaya walang masyadong set of plays , iba iba ang mga teammates nila na ksama D-league n PCCL and team B .

g0to_guy
11-17-2014, 03:22 PM
coach nash not running any offensive plays for orizu suggests that he cant be relied on producing points. based on the review above, we should tame our high expectation for him, he's probably in the same mold as hargrove and sentcheu. besides that's what our team our known for, having mediocre imports.

bchoter
11-17-2014, 03:25 PM
coach nash not running any offensive plays for orizu suggests that he cant be relied on producing points. based on the review above, we should tame our high expectation for him, he's probably in the same mold as hargrove and sentcheu. besides that's what our team our known for, having mediocre imports.Barring new commitments, maghaharap si Sentcheu at Prince sa pick up game this weekend.

LaKazTaMa
11-19-2014, 10:14 PM
Schedule conflict forces FEU Tamaraws to split team for PBA D-League, PCCL games
From: Reuben Terrado
•November 18, 2014, 07:31 pm

Coach Nash Racela has an idea which players will be sent to what game, but has yet to confirm which side he'll be coaching.
FAR Eastern University will be splitting its squad for matches in the PBA D-League and the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) that will be held at the same time on Monday in separate venues.

Coach Nash Racela already has a plan on which players will play where, although he hasn’t decided which side to handle. The veteran coach said FEU tried asking both leagues for a possible schedule adjustment, but neither gave way.

The FEU-backed MJM M-Builders will have a D-League game against BreadStory-Lyceum at the JCSGO gym slated at 4 p.m., the same time the Tamaraws begin battle in the PCCL against La Salle at the Ynares Sports Arena.

"Four o'clock, we have D-League. Four o'clock, may PCCL game ang FEU," FEU coach Nash Racela said.

Racela said they will most likely have Mac Belo, Mike Tolomia, and the Tamaraws core play in the D-League due to the school's commitment with MJM, a production outfit.

UAAP champion National University, which also has players in the MJM squad in the PBA D-League, also has a PCCL game at 2 p.m. against NCAA titlist San Beda.

“Right now, ang FEU talaga committed to a partnership with MJM. If there is a team that will sacrifice, definitely it’s FEU,” said Racela.

“Most likely, our core will play in the D-League, and the rest, sa PCCL. And we are playing La Salle,” said Racela.

The Tamaraws are in third place with a 0-1 win-loss mark in Group B of the PCCL. The top two teams in the group advance to the semifinals.

In the D-League, the M-Builders recently won their first game after three straight defeats to open the conference.

Racela said the PBA D-League exposure is a great opportunity for the UAAP Season 77 runner-ups Tamaraws to gain experience as they build up for next year.

“Like some of our players, they are comfortable in the UAAP pero sa D-League, hindi. Kailangan nilang matutunan ’yun,” said Racela.

Dark Knight
11-22-2014, 01:13 PM
Belo, Tolomia star as FEU rallies in fourth to overcome Arellano in PCCL Elite Eight
From: Mei-Lin Lozada November 21, 2014, 07:05 pm

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MAC Belo and Mike Tolomia took charge in the final period to lift Far Eastern University past Arellano University, 84-72, on Friday in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League Elite Eight at the Ynares Sports Arena.

Belo unloaded 13 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter, while Tolomia had 16 markers, including nine straight. Carl Cruz added 15 for FEU.

The Tamaraws, who started Belo, Tolomia, Cruz, Achie Inigo and Raymar Jose, now have an even record 1-1 after its loss to University of San Carlos, 74-88.

“Before the game I just told them I want to use the same unit like in the USC game, sabi naman nila ready sila maglaro,” said FEU coach Nash Racela.

Belo scored five consecutive points in a 12-2 run that put FEU ahead, 61-55. Tolomia made his own 9-0 rally to stretch the gap to 15 points, 73-58. Jiovani Jalalon scored 26 points, Dioncee Holts added 14 and Michael Salado chipped in 12 for Arellano, which suffered its second loss in three outings.

The scores: FEU 84: Belo 23, Tolomia 16, Cruz 15, Pogoy 7, Jose 7, Escoto 5, Tamsi 3, Orizu 3, Denila 3, Trinidad 2, Inigo 0, Lee Yu 0, Delfinado 0. Arellano 72: Jalalon 26, Holts 14, Salado 12, Nicholls 5, Gumaru 5, Tano 4, De Guzman 3, Cadavis 2, Enriquez 1, Salcedo 0, Ortega 0, Meca 0. Quarterscores: 14-22; 33-35; 61-56; 84-72.

Dark Knight
11-22-2014, 01:13 PM
Belo, Tolomia star as FEU rallies in fourth to overcome Arellano in PCCL Elite Eight
From: Mei-Lin Lozada November 21, 2014, 07:05 pm

http://contents.spin.ph/image/Mac-Belo-JAscano-112114.jpg

MAC Belo and Mike Tolomia took charge in the final period to lift Far Eastern University past Arellano University, 84-72, on Friday in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League Elite Eight at the Ynares Sports Arena.

Belo unloaded 13 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter, while Tolomia had 16 markers, including nine straight. Carl Cruz added 15 for FEU.

The Tamaraws, who started Belo, Tolomia, Cruz, Achie Inigo and Raymar Jose, now have an even record 1-1 after its loss to University of San Carlos, 74-88.

“Before the game I just told them I want to use the same unit like in the USC game, sabi naman nila ready sila maglaro,” said FEU coach Nash Racela.

Belo scored five consecutive points in a 12-2 run that put FEU ahead, 61-55. Tolomia made his own 9-0 rally to stretch the gap to 15 points, 73-58. Jiovani Jalalon scored 26 points, Dioncee Holts added 14 and Michael Salado chipped in 12 for Arellano, which suffered its second loss in three outings.

The scores: FEU 84: Belo 23, Tolomia 16, Cruz 15, Pogoy 7, Jose 7, Escoto 5, Tamsi 3, Orizu 3, Denila 3, Trinidad 2, Inigo 0, Lee Yu 0, Delfinado 0. Arellano 72: Jalalon 26, Holts 14, Salado 12, Nicholls 5, Gumaru 5, Tano 4, De Guzman 3, Cadavis 2, Enriquez 1, Salcedo 0, Ortega 0, Meca 0. Quarterscores: 14-22; 33-35; 61-56; 84-72.

Dark Knight
11-27-2014, 03:27 PM
FEU lost to La Salle.

But won against NU by two points and currently at 2-2 and is out of contention for a Finals appearance.

Dark Knight
11-27-2014, 03:27 PM
FEU lost to La Salle.

But won against NU by two points and currently at 2-2 and is out of contention for a Finals appearance.