Instant classic! Texas A&M defeats Northern Iowa 92-88 in 2OT in what is already being described as the biggest meltdown in NCAA tournament history.
Let's take a look at the comeback...
Texas A&M Aggies vs University of Northern Iowa Panthers
March 20, 2016
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Chesapeake Energy Arena
Final Score - A&M - 92; UNI -88
3/20/2016 = 3+20+20+16 = 59
3/20/2016 = 3+20+(2+0+1+6) = 32
3/20/2016 = 3+2+0+2+0+1+6 = 14
3/20/16 = 3+20+16 = 39
80th day of the year.
Fitting score for the 80th day of the year...
The game was played in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City = 1132, 133, 798, 52
Oklahoma = 220, 76, 456, 31
Oklahoma City Oklahoma = 1352, 209, 1254, 83
"Stunning Sweetness: Texas A&M wins in two OT" in the English Reduction system equals 142
The ESPN article states that the Aggies made a 14-2 run over the final 34 seconds...
You could say it was a "miracle" comeback...
"miracle" in the English Reduction system equals 34
Time stamp of 42 seconds; aligning with the 142 and 14-2 run.
42.. a number of defeat for the 11 seed.
"eleven seed" in the English Reduction system equals 42
Another 42. Admon Gilder with 4 points, 2 steals in the final 35 seconds.
Notice the connections within the stats...
A&M overcame a 12 point deficit with 34 seconds remaining.
UNI was 12-34 on 3 pt shooting.
UNI 39.1 Field goal percentage, 39 rebounds, on a day with 39 numerology.
3/20/16 = 3+20+16 = 39
Down 12 with 44 seconds to play...
A nice number for the 3 seed.
"three seed" in the English Reduction system equals 44
The start of the collapse...
We've seen the 44 stamped on many games in this tournament that concludes on April 4.
"UNI" in the English Ordinal system equals 44
"Led by Alex Caruso's 25 points and 22 more from Danuel House in the second half and overtimes, the third-seeded Aggies (28-8) rallied from 12 points down with 44 seconds remaining in regulation - 10 down with less than 30 seconds - to defeat the Panthers 92-88 in double overtime on Sunday night."
"Danuel House (Texas A&M): scored all 22 of his points in final 5:14 of regulation and overtime periods"
"Danuel House" in the English Reduction system equals 44
The leading scorer for UNI was Jeremy Morgan.
"Jeremy Morgan" in the English Ordinal system equals 144
The game went to overtime at 71-71.
"seventy one" in the English Ordinal system equals 144
71-71. Seems like a good time to launch a 45 foot shot.
"seventy one" in the English Reduction system equals 45
71 is the 20th prime.
"Texas A&M " in the English Reduction system equals 20
The end of regulation score was 71-71.
83 is the 23rd prime.
End of 1st overtime score was 83-83.
Danuel House is #23, the hero of the 2nd half.
"Oklahoma City Oklahoma" in the English Reduction system equals 83
"Texas A&M " in the English Ordinal system equals 83
It all lines up truth seeker.
The Texas A&M Aggies came into the game 27-8.
With the win they moved to 28-8. A fitting outcome for the "Aggies".
"Aggies" in the English Sumerian system equals 288
Let's take a peek at the team box score.
UNI scored 32 in the 1st half, 39 in the 2nd half, and 17 in the overtimes.
On a date with 32 and 39 numerology.
3/20/2016 = 3+20+(2+0+1+6) = 323/20/16 = 3+20+16 = 39
"UNI" in the English Reduction system equals 17
22 points in the 1st half for A&M. This would prove to be a fateful number on this day.
"twenty two" in the English Reduction system equals 39
In a game of 3 seed vs. 11 seed... 3x11=33...
The player who started the collapse for the Panthers is Wyatt Lohaus, #33.
He threw terrible inbounds passes when UNI was still up 10. I saw 3 turnovers in the last 30 seconds by him because of bad passes in the replay of the game.
One look at the box score tells the tale.
#33 Lohaus, played 33 minutes, 3 rebounds, and 3 points. Unbelievable.
1-7 shooting also. UNI = 17.
"Oklahoma City" in the English Ordinal system equals 133
Here we see Lohaus doing what he does best... throwing the ball away and tanking the game.
Danuel House hits a 3 to keep the comeback rolling.
"Wyatt Lohaus" in the English Reduction system equals 39
3/20/16 = 3+20+16 = 39
He even averages 3.9 points per game.
"Lohaus" in the English Reduction system equals 22
Remember Danuel House on A&M scored 22 points...
Lohaus ("Low house") botching the game and House saving the game... connected by the 22.
Ain't that something??
And get this... Lohaus and House share the EXACT SAME BIRTHDAY!
June 7; but 2 years apart.
June 7, 1995 - Age 20
6/7/1995 = 6+7+19+95 = 127
6/7//1995 = 6+7+1+9+9+5 = 37
6/7/95 = 6+7+95 = 108 ("northern iowa panthers" in the English Reduction system equals 108)
June 7, 1993 - Age 22
6/7/1993 = 6+7+19+93 = 125
6/7/1993 = 6+7+1+9+9+3 = 35 (A&M overcame a 12 point deficit in the final 35 seconds.)
6/7/93 = 6+7+93 = 106
Furthermore, we know why Danuel House wears #23 for A&M.
"House" in the English Reduction system equals 23
"Danuel" in the English Gematria system equals 390.
Yet another 39 connection...
House transferred from Univeristy of Houston to Texas A&M.
More on the birthday connection of House and Lohaus.
From the date of the game; 3/20 to 6/7 is 99 days.
99 days... a number of significance for Lohaus.
"Wyatt Lohaus" in the English Sumerian system equals 990
"Lohaus" in the English Gematria system equals 499
Pretty sure I just blew my own mind with that one. How is this even possible???
One more nugget about Lohaus. His dad played in the NBA.
His father wore the numbers 54, 44, and 33.
Bradley Allen "Brad" Lohaus (born September 29, 1964) is an American retired professional basketball player who was selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round (45th overall) of the 1987 NBA Draft. A 6'11" center-power forward from the University of Iowa, Lohaus played in eleven NBA seasons for eight different teams: the Celtics, Sacramento Kings, Minnesota Timberwolves, Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat,San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors.
Coach for the UNI Panthers: Ben Jacobson
Jacobson has 220 career wins at UNI.
A fateful number for his latest game in Oklahoma resulting in collapse.
"Oklahoma" in the English Gematria system equals 220
With the loss he moves to 4-4 in the NCAA tourney.
"Ben S Jacobson" in the English Reduction system equals 38
Nice alignment for him to coach the Panthers.
"panthers" in the English Reduction system equals 38
I don't know why he left a sophmore throwing the ball in during the final seconds of an NCAA tournament game. Seems like putting a veteran player in would be the smart move there coach.
The 22 favored the Texas A&M coach in this one...
Born on February 2nd, or 22.
Also with a record of 2-2 in the NCAA tournament.
No surprise, considering the gematria of the venue.
"Chesapeake Energy Arena" in the English Gematria system equals 1222
"Chesapeake Energy Arena" in the English Sumerian system equals 1122
That's all for now... If I find more I will update the article.
I have been thinking about this game... it seems like an overwhelming amount of evidence that this was scripted and rigged for Texas A&M. But why have the comeback instead of just letting them win easily?
My best guess is this: live betting.
There are online books that have lines that adjust throughout the course of the game. I think the odds for A&M late in the game would have been monstrous. Someone knowing the script could bet on them in the last minute and make a good chunk of change. Maybe the Lohaus family was in on it and the kid got paaaaid for throwing the game.
Let me know what you think in the comments!
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