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Thursday, 4 August 2011 3,519 Views / 118 Comments

FAR Eastern University hoped that slowing down the game would bother the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons. After playing at that pace in the first half, State U amped things up in the last 20 minutes and ran the clueless Tamaraws off the court, 76-63 in Season 74 of the UAAP last August 4 at the Araneta Coliseum.

“Big fish we caught today,” commented a deadpan UP head coach Ricky Dandan after the game. “We were really all emphasizing that we all know what it takes for us to win but we need to do what it takes to win. So I think our guys today knew what to do and did what it takes to win.”

After a tight first half, UP padded its lead at the onset of the third, with back-to-back baskets by Jelo Montecastro and a fastbreak layup by Alinko Mbah, forcing FEU to a timeout with its deficit at five, 34-29. The quick breather seemed to energize the Tamaraws, triggering an 8-2 run that got them to within a point off an incomplete and-one play by Cris Tolomia, 36-35. UP managed to beat off the rally, though, getting a charity from Julius Wong and a layup by Jett Manuel to cushion the lead to four. A few plays later, Aldrech Ramos scored off an assist from RR Garcia to cut the lead to a triple, 43-40. But the referees ruled afterwards that Jens Knuttel had caused a delay of game for the second time, hitting the graduating point guard with a technical foul. The Maroons maximized the call, canning the two free throws and scoring on the bonus possession to go up 47-40. The run continued into the fourth quarter, with the Fighting Maroons finally brekaing the double-digit barrier on a wide open triple from Xavier School standout Manuel, which created a 56-44 lead with 7:56 to play.

Emboldened by their comeback win against UST, the Tamaraws fought back, with Tolomia, scoring five in an 8-2 run that got them to within seven, 61-54. But the Tamaraws failed to close the gap any further, going scoreless for more than two minutes. Compounding the situation was another technical issued to coach Bert Flores for stepping onto the playing court while arguing a foul. Once again, the Maroons nailed the charities before Mike Silungan dropped a triple that served as the nail in FEU’s coffin, making it 69-56, with 2:11 left on the clock. And when Mark Bringas was tagged with his second unsportsmanlike foul of the game a minute later, the Tams knew this one was going to slip away.

The win by UP snapped a 12-game losing streak to the Tams, who had never lost to State U since a 61-56 defeat on August 28, 2004. To achieve that feat, four Maroons finished in double-figures, led by Manuel’s 20 points, who shot 5-of-8 from the field and an impressive 9-of-11 at the line. “He’s emerging,” said Dandan of Manuel, “That makes our team better, because that spot becomes a little deeper. The emergence of Jett gives us extra firepower outside of Mike Silungan.”

SIlungan added 16 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, a block and a steal, while College of St. Benilde transferee Montecastro and Mbah added 14 each and a combined 13 rebounds.

FEU was led by last season’s MVP Garcia, who had a frustrating outing while being shadowed by Mike Gamboa. Though he finished with 17 points, UP’s defense forced him into 18 attempts, and he had just two assists to four turnovers. Ramos added a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds, while the hero against UST, Tolomia, scored 12. The Tams played without JR Cawaling, who was dressed but did not play, as the coaching staff held him out as a precaution due to a knee injury he suffered in the Growling Tigers game.

UP was able to net 14 fastbreak points to build and then pad their lead as against four by FEU in that category. The Maroons were also able to double FEU’s number of assists, 20-10, and control the glass, 42-38. As Dandan pointed out, “for the first time, we outrebounded somebody and actually won it [the game].”

The now 2-3 UP Fighting Maroons face the UST Growling Tigers next, on Sunday, August 7. The second game on that date is a rematch of last season’s Finals, with the FEU Tamaraws pitting their 4-2 record against the Ateneo Blue Eagles. Cawaling remains questionable for that game, and Bringas will likely serve a one-game suspension for being ejected.

The scores:

UP 76 – Manuel 20, Silungan 16, Montecastro 14, Mbah 14, Gamboa 3, Romero 2, Maniego 2, Juruena 2, GIngerich 2, Wong 1, Wierzba 0, Pascual 0, Evangelista 0

FEU 63 – Garcia 17, Ramos 13, Tolomia 12, Bringas 8, Romeo 6, Escoto 2, Knuttel 2, Exciminiano 2, Cruz 1, Sentcheu 0, Pogoy 0, Fabian 0, Foronda 0

Quarter scoring: 12-12, 28-25, 51-42, 76-63


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118 Comments

  • SK says:

    pwede pa kame mag champeonsheep hihihi huhuhu

  • Tyrone says:

    wooot! Congrtas team! nice hard work!

  • Escudo says:

    Oh ha?! Upset.

  • Z says:

    nice one UP! finally! jett manuel is making me a believer. what an electric back court when he and monte are on the floor at the same time. however, i’d still like to see UP get more production from their frontline, specifically the 4-spot. but this, this is a sign of good things to come, neighbors in Katips.

  • Together-on-three says:

    Sayang, another nail-biter game again from FEU. But this time, they didn’t make stops. Jett Manuel was really becoming a revelation in this UP team. Unlike his rookie year, he’s now playing his game like when he was a scoring machine in Xavier. As for Bringas, that’s clear one-game suspension. He can’t do that.

    Also, that Montecastro is just unstoppable when playing open court basketball. Congrats Maroons. ^_^

  • boozer says:

    congrats UP Maroons!

    • Why is Norman Black? says:

      I really hope UP wins the next games: UST and Adamson. If they were able to beat FEU and was also able to match well against Ateneo, then that’s solid that they have the arsenal to complete the first round with a 4-3 record. Then probably finish with a 8-6 or 9-5 record. :)

  • boozer says:

    this is the MAJOR UPSET of the season!

  • Kuya Oble says:

    Naku 2 wins na ang Fighting Maroons baka hindi na magchampion sa cheerdance.

  • UP! says:

    UPSET OF THE YEAR!

  • piy noval says:

    hindi kaya malas si KOBE? hehe. peace.

    nice game UP.

  • Christopher Lao says:

    UP won? I was not informed? Who will tell me, really?

  • boozer says:

    To Coach Dandan: It wasn’t a big fish, IT WAS A BLUE WHALE!

  • gabo says:

    Import matchup

    Mbah = 14 points
    Sentcheu = 0 points

  • Jesus Shuttlesworth says:

    I’ve been seeing it for a while now, UP has unbelievable promise with their one-two punch in the backcourt, Montecastro and Manuel. Individually they are very skilled players but together, they have some great chemistry. If they keep getting consistent contributions from their Three M’s (Monte, Manuel and Mike Silungan), while continuing their effort defensively and on the boards, they have a strong chance of scoring more than a few upsets this season.

    Also worth noting, a fourth key M in UP’s lineup. Nice to see the raw Mbah notch 14 points with his energy and hustle.

  • FEU did not learn anything from their game with UST.

    OVERCONFIDENCE!

    • Together-on-three says:

      Actually, its not OVERCONFIDENCE. The Tamaraws were playing very bad basketball in their game against UST. They can’t contain Teng the whole game. They just had the important stops in the closing minutes, causing them to win the game. And as I have watched the game, they played seriously. Mas mature nga ang core ng UP if you’ll see it. And nobody expected that this will be a big win for FEU, because the UP team is different now. In the UST game, UST ang overconfident sa laban na yon with their big margin. Un lang. ^_^

      • What Everybody Said says:

        UST wasn’t over confident during that game. The problem with the Tigers was Teng overshooting the ball.

      • What Everybody Said says:

        Don’t get me wrong, I think it’s the Tams who are being overconfident. To think, the Tams are more talented and mature as compared to the burgeoning talent and young core of the Fighting Maroons. I don’t get the Knuttel playing minutes sometimes. What happened to Cawaling? I thought he has been consistent in putting up 8-12 points the last 3 to 4 games.

        • Together-on-three says:

          Yeah WES, I respect your observation. Just pertaining to that game against UST where they had a big lead, I already closed the TV during that game knowing FEU blew it.. As for Cawaling, he’s just a major bust after winning the ROY. He should be scoring more that RR with his scoring skills. Add to that his height as a 3-forward in the line-up.

  • Sabi ko na, malas lang tayo sa mga talo natin

  • Deyu says:

    Wow, this took a long time coming. Great effort by UP. They had to do it with 4 people scoring in double figures with the next scorer having a measly three. But a win is a win, and hopefully other players will step up and play their role.

    Go UP!!!

    • ladyvolcano says:

      It was a total team effort. Yes, they have 4 Maroons scoring double digits. Gamboa and Montecastro taking turns shadowing RR Garcia, Maniego holding his own against the speedier Romeo, and even Romero banging bodies with Ramos and Bringas… They just stuck to their gameplan, defense that leads to fastbreak points.

    • Anonumouse says:

      Actually, having 4 players doing most of the scoring is good for the team, yun nga lacking sa UP these years, go to guys… yung mga iba concentrate lang sa roles nila…

  • goldenstag says:

    Great job for the Fighting Maroons. Manuel, Silugan and Montecastro played great.

  • mav says:

    congrats fighting maroons! Tuloy-tuloy na sana yan. CSB’s greatest mistake was to let Montecastro go and now he’s doing wonders in the UAAP. Good job kid!

  • Red/White says:

    UAAP is better than NCAA…
    some players from the NCAA juniors go to the UAAP seniors…
    maybe they let montecastro go coz lastimosa is there in CSB. Good thing lastimosa left Ateneo ^^ he just bombared JRU yesterday with 30 points. wew.

    • Together-on-three says:

      Lastimosa’s not yet on the team when Montecastro was playing for the Blazers. It is their personal choice to what school they want to play, and for Angelo Montecastro.. Its UP that he chooses to go. ^_^

    • 400yearsexistencenotexcellence says:

      HOY! MANALO MUNA kAYO MGA UTAK BOLANG UE! ILAN NA PANALO NYO? MERON NA BA?!

      • What Everybody Said says:

        I like your name. Reflects Thomasian value to never brag but instead be humble. Hence, the use of existence than excellence. Yes, the comment about the UAAP is better than the NCAA is unwarranted and uncalled for.

        • Escudo says:

          kita naman kung sino yan, si alas pa rin, same style, same all caps. huhu hihihi

          • What Everybody Said says:

            Haha. Iisang tao lang sila. Nakakakaawa naman ang mga taong to. Palibhasa walang kapasidad para magsalit ng mahusay or may laman.

    • incognito says:

      Nothing wrong with congratulating our neighbors in North Side of Katipunan. Besides, las time I remember we BLEW past the BULLDOGS as well, 24 pts margin – that’s considering we let our bench players play almost half the final quarter. Better yet UST gave us more of a game than BRP and the rest of his pack of BULLDOGS.

      Nice one Maroons!!!

      • incognito says:

        OOPS! Posted at the wrong message. My Bad. The reply I posted above is for the post prior to this. Again, sorry.

    • incognito says:

      What could have happened if Carlo stayed? Just wondering. He’s a fine player and I hope he develops into another JOLAS.

  • bystander says:

    Congrats to the UP Fighting Maroons! Great win!

  • go_tams says:

    FEU will not even reach the finals.

    • Kuya Oble says:

      May chance naman para maka-abot, dadaan lang sa butas ng karayom kasi pre medyo lumakas ang AdU pero may chance naman.

      Ang winner lang ng gumamit ng Christopher Lao dito sa Inboundpass.

  • Anti-heat says:

    Well this where they miss Cervantes and at the moment Noundou. Ramos while he is a big man clearly isn’t a guy who does damage inside the paint, in fact it’s quite the opposite. FEU lacks a big who can score inside and so the outside shooters aren’t getting the looks they were having last year.

  • go_tams says:

    for me its just plain karma especially for Cawaling who did Barocca wrong. plus you have Anton who keeps on doing odd things against the board. lahat naman yun sa FEU MBT din ang balik.

  • go_tams says:

    well lumabas na ang tunay na kulay ni Bringas and i was not surprised kasi even si Sentcheu laging tinitira nung magkapatid na Bringas sa practice kaya nagwala si planet of the apes este si Pipoo at hinabol yung magkapatid sa Morayta. hindi man lang nakaporma yung dalawa.

    • Outback Outlaw says:

      Seryoso?

    • What Everybody Said says:

      go_tams, that’s what I’ve been wondering about the FEU MBT. Man, every year, even rebuilding mode after the Ardwind Santos era, FEU has recruited the best unknown rookies and have, more often than not, the ability to retain their prized UAAP jrs. But, the problem is, after a player peaks with regards to their talent, bad breaks gets in the way. To sum up, locker room drama. I don’t know and I don’t get it. Montinola is eagle eye when it comes to the team, but, why is there a case of rumored sellout players? or locker room fights? I’ve always respected the tamaraw recruitment program, but, man. The tams just can’t have a good break at the right time.

      • go_tams says:

        @Outback and Quadricentennial

        yes it happened and Anton Bringas even ran along Morayta wearing nothing but his boxers because Pipoo was really mad and to pacifcy Pipoo, the Bringas brothers had to sleep in a room at the FEU Chapel and not in their quarters. sabi nga magbiro ka na sa lasing at sa bagong gising wag lang sa matsing este gorilla pala. hehe.

        @ What Everybody

        that is what FEU MBT is all about. pure nonsense drama. plus you have players who love to go out at night notwithstanding the hard training that they will be having the next day which results to injury or lackluster performance. they are just a time bomb waiting to explode. and i would not be surprised if magkakaroon na naman ng turuan at sisihan at magtatanggalan na naman ng players.

        • What Everybody Said says:

          My question is this though. Why does this happen even if Montinola is keeping his eyes wide open always with his own team? Sayang ang Tams. I think FEU has the most number of pro players playing well in the pros. Too bad. Barroca, Baracael, Bringas, Cawaling. All were supposed to dominate. I think this all started when Koy Banal left the team. After that Bert Flores could only manage so much, which he did in the year 2005. In my honest opinions, the Tamaraws have wasted a lot of talent. Too bad drama has to play its part with the team.

        • What Everybody Said says:

          go out all night notwithstanding the next game. reminds me of the issues of a young Johnny A before.

          • go_tams says:

            Anton himself is not a good team manager for allowing such things to happen. he could have prevented Barocca from leaving but he opted to listen to Cawaling and the others’ badmouth against Barocca. plus he is now the real coach, Bert is just his puppet.

            Capacio too had his share of bad karma because he attacked Bert Flores at the back just to become head coach.

            if Johnny A had that at least he has a championship to boast unlike the group of players right now. ever since 2007 they havent tasted a single championship.

          • What Everybody Said says:

            That’s some strong statements you have there, go_tams. Looks like you are very close with the team. Really? Badmouthing? Are those really athletes or beauty pageant contestants? So, it wasn’t talent that was the downfall of the Tams during those disappointing years. It was all about character. Yeah, at least Johnny A has a championship to back up those bad habits. 2007? Was it not 2005? I thought, with Bert Flores at the helm, the team will be more disciplined and intact. Looks like the tree doesn’t just have bad fruits, even its roots. Koy Banal was great, can’t figure out why he was released by the Tams.

          • What Everybody Said says:

            Pampanga is known to be one of the best breeding grown of homegrown talents. FEU’s population is well represented there by that province. But, in one of the forums I read, the guy responsible for recruiting all those Kapampangans that did well in the UAAP, Arwind Santos the best aexample, are all not part of the team scouts now?

          • What Everybody Said says:

            breeding grounds I mean.

    • wye says:

      i knew it!! i smell something fishy in the feu camp yet again…actually i see smoke. and yes as long as anton montinola is at the helm this sh*t won’t stop.

      • go_tams says:

        @what

        yes it was not performance but bad karma which hit the team and is still being felt by the team.

        plus FEU MBT has a bad habit of pointing fingers at one another especially that with their struggling performance. so i would not be surprised if another Barocca issue comes up.

  • bigf9779 says:

    Congrats UP fighting Maroons!!! Week of the underdogs…
    Mabuhay UP, UST and NU…beat the top four…

    another exciting games nearing the end of the 1st round and will be expecting more great games coming 2nd round.

    Bulldogs Bites!!!

  • Outback Outlaw says:

    Aaahh!!!! Can’t believe I missed this game!!!! This is unbelievable!!!!

  • nuffnuff says:

    woah! really shocking…
    congrats to peyup…:)

  • What Everybody Said says:

    The emergence of Manuel is an opportunity for Silungan to take. As of now, he can’t consistently come up big with the numbers, but with Manuel emerging from his shell, he could play with a little weight on his shoulders. Time to put up a ala Mac Cardona-Joseph Yeo tandem.

  • dreingineer says:

    congrats to UP fighting maroons!

  • entropy says:

    Biruin mo kahit nasa klase kami biglang nagsabi yung katabi ko, “oi may nagtext sakin, nanalo daw tayo sa FEU ah.”

    Tapos yun na ang topic sa klase for five minutes, nagcheck ako dito ng score, 76-63! LOL

  • Emong says:

    Given the predicament that FEU is into nowadays and the slow but sure improvement of La Salle, I am now more than convinced that FEU, although still part of the Final Four, will slide to the fourth spot while the Finals scenario could either be Ateneo vs. La Salle or Ateneo vs. Adamson.

    • incognito says:

      I agree. I just hope that this is not dejavu for us. Remember last year it was FEU who was wrecking havoc during the elims.It was ADMU who UP did upset. In the end we went on for the 3-peat. I just hope, in case of a sweep, we end up with the 4-peat. Winning a4-peat against DLSU is going to be nice. Say, its pay-back time from the Ren-ren days when we got beat on your way to a 4-peat.

      • whitegraypoppy says:

        Makes it more interesting nostalgia-wise. Someday you and I are gonne reckon from everything we see now to hand down our kids and grandkids. Looking forward to my mixed brood of La Sallians and Ateneans fighting over bags of gmo popcorn on a jumpy weekend afternoon, while ‘ol gramps pretends to be the expert game analyst and virtual team consultant/heckler.

    • What Everybody Said says:

      If FEU keeps on having games like UST and UP, which are mid-tier teams, then the 3rd and 4th spots are up for grabs and not just the 4th spot. I’ve always predicted that the Tams can go as high as 2nd and as low as 6. 2nd that is if they go hercules over Adamson, 3 is the expected on paper, 4,5,&6, if their locker room drama will get in the way. Apparently, their going to the mid.

  • Spark says:

    (pagpasensyahan niyo na’t mahaba ito. anyway, minsan lang naman kami manalo ng ganito)

    Congrats UP! Finally, the seven year losing skid is over! Here’s my take on the game:

    - FEU didn’t have enough big men to control the shaded area, and I mean both shaded areas. Alinko Mbah, who leads the league in rebounds, finally got to control the paint, and actually win doing it. Bringas? Seems to me he’s just there to bang bodies, but not necessarily contending for the boards;

    - I would want to believe that the absence of JR Cawaling is one factor why FEU lost. Maybe, if we’re talking of a thin margin in the final score. But such is not the case. UP got to stretch their lead to as high as 17, keeping control of it for the remainder of the final quarter. It is a significant loss indeed not to have Cawaling playing for the Tams, but I don’t think the outcome would have changed even with him on the floor.

    - The Maroons finally got to play consistently from first to last quarter. I would also want to believe they have finally exorcised their “collapse” demons with this win. A win over UST and/or Adamson will certify this.

    - Aggressiveness was the key. The Maroons were not as much as tentative in attacking the basket for this game as they did in their previous games. And when the defense smothered the inside, a kick-out to the perimeter ended up a good option, as some of the guys from the distance got good, clean looks and shots on the ring.

    - I wouldn’t want to think that FEU was “more focused on beating Ateneo on Sunday” that’s why they didn’t take UP seriously. Coach Bert was quoted to have said that the Tams should never be complacent about UP. His precaution turned out prophetic.

    - Their last two games of the first half are winnable. Quoting coach Ricky, the Maroons just need to do all that it would take for them to really notch some wins.

    - Defense. Since UP is most fatal in transition, they need also to capitalize on clamping down on their opponents, intercepting through passing lanes, and doing a semblance of a full-court press against the other team.

    • Why is Norman Black? says:

      UP can really be a legit contender for the title next year if Alinko Mbah can become the defensive player of the year plus around ten points of contribution.

      Jett Manuel and Montecastro will do the damage while Silungan should be more of a Turkoglu: A leader who can shoot. (Problem with Silungan is he likes shooting while being heavily guarded.)

      • dreingineer says:

        i agree!silungan loves forced shots,he should also think of extra pass..”scoring makes 1 player happy,assist makes 2″

        • Why is Norman Black? says:

          Silungan doesn’t have to be the focal point on offense. He ain’t a Paul Lee, RR, Kiefer or a Slaughter. He needs to be a leader. Like Chris Tiu used to do so. If he’s open for a shot or a drive, he has the go signal to do so. But if they rely with a system, they can be better that way.

        • Spark says:

          In fairness to Mike Silungan, he’s actually the number two leader of UP when it comes to assists, next to the other Mike. However, both Silungan and Gamboa’s assists averages are lower than the other assist leaders of the other teams, with the exception of NU and UE. Rotating the ball more often would definitely solve the opposing team’s defense on them, giving the more opportunities to score.

          Manuel, right now, leads UP in scoring, with Silungan at second. Based on minutes played and scores made, Manuel has a 66% efficiency of score per minute, while Silungan is only 40%. The down side with Manuel, though, is that he leads UP in turning the ball over.

          As far as defense is concerned, UP must bank on Mbah’s rebounding, and the combined thievery of Silungan, Manuel and Montecastro in steals. Mbah and Silungan are leading the team in blocked shots. This is how UP’s defensive profile is after 5 games.

          In the free throw department, Manuel has made 7-of-8, while Silungan, surprisingly, is 0-5 in the charity line. UP is turning the ball over at an average of 5 infractions per player.

    • Z says:

      with the back court of manuel and montecastro running the show, UP no doubt is a contender. these 2 guys embody the FIGHTING in the Fighting Maroons. especially manuel. this kid has come a long way. friend, may the stars smile on UP. they need this shot of success on the floor. and besides, nowhere to go but UP hindi ba? all they need now is a nestorminator-like big man. or an abby santos clone.

  • Storn says:

    great job, UP. One step at a time!

  • Storn says:

    great job, UP Maroons. One step at a time!

  • Why is Norman Black? says:

    I think UP can still have a .500 winning percentage this season. Which is an accomplishment!

    They showed it against FEU and in the first half against Ateneo. The difference was they were able to maintain their composure against FEU and well, FEU is not Ateneo.

  • whitegraypoppy says:

    Yes, defense, but more importantly, it was a consistent, no-sputter offense that won it for UP. Montecastro is Benilde’s and La Salle’s loss. Great guy, he should have been taken cared of before he mulled his transfer. One team’s discard is another team’s gem.

    • Z says:

      agree. and who knew that he had that great chemistry with manuel at the onset. this is the best off-the-bench back court. dream relievers for any team.

    • What Everybody Said says:

      When Montecastro was still in LSGH, he was really building his physique very well at that time. The San Beda Red Cubs scouts really know what they were looking for.

    • iceman says:

      well said sir.

    • Lasalle says:

      montecastro has an attitude problem. He may be good in basketball but I guess if you get to know him really well, you’ll understand why he left both schools. I’ve heard malaki nga ang ulo nitong batang ito, well he has the right naman bec. I know he is good but sometimes, he’s just on top of his league and not everyone knows that. Although we’d like to say congratulations to him bec he’s doing a good job with the UP fighitng maroons.

  • boy_USTe says:

    Congrats to the UP Fighting Maroons!
    next game, UP vs. USTe!

    Goodluck to both schools!

    Go USTe!!! Go USTe! Go USTe!

    Go! Go! Go! Go!

    Grrrrr…..

  • WEAK FEU says:

    kapag natatalo napipikon at nananakit.

    see the attitude of Bringas, Knuttel & the head coach??

    SHAME ON YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!

  • UPset says:

    Pati naman si Gomez eh. Kakahiya parang di taga UP.

    Meron UPcat today huh. Iwas kau Katipunan kung di namn importante dumaan.

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