Ogden • As much as Weber State coach Randy Rahe looked at last Saturday's BracketBusters game as an inconvenience, the victory may have done the Wildcats some good.
As WSU prepares for the final stretch run for a Big Sky Conference championship with a pair of road games at Northern Colorado on Thursday and Montana on Tuesday, the Wildcats learned a valuable lesson in their narrow victory against UT-Arlington's constant pressure.
"This was a good game for us," Rahe said. "We haven't seen this style for a long time. It was an intense basketball game and that's what these next games are going to be. There's a lot riding on them."