Junior guard Trevon Allen (13.8 points per game) and freshman guard Cameron Tyson (13.2 points per game) each lead the Vandals on the season. Idaho scores 67.5 points per game while surrendering 76.2 points per contest. The Thunderbirds are coming off successive road losses at Sacramento State and Portland State last week. Tags: America First Event Center/Andre Adams/Brandon Better/Cameron Oluyitan/Cameron Tyson/Eastern Washington/Jacob Davison/Jesse Hunt/Mason Peatling/Northern Arizona/Portland State/Sacramento State/Southern Utah Men’s Basketball/Trevon Allen February 19, 2019 /Sports News – Local SUU Men’s Basketball Returns Home For Eastern Washington, Idaho Presently, the Thunderbirds outscore opponents 1837-1834 (76.5 points per game to 76.4 points per contest) on the season. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Thursday, Southern Utah men’s basketball (12-12, 7-8 in Big Sky play) hosts Eastern Washington (10-15, 8-6 in Big Sky play) followed by a visit from Idaho (4-21, 1-13 in Big Sky play) Saturday at the America First Event Center. The Vandals, who will visit Northern Arizona on Thursday, are currently 1-9 on the road. Brad James SUU is led by redshirt junior guard/forward Cameron Oluyitan and senior guard Brandon Better (12.7 points per game apiece) and rising star, junior forward Andre Adams (11 points, 6.4 rebounds per game). The Eagles are 1-12 on the road this season and score 71.5 points per game while surrendering 76 points per contest. Written by Junior forward Mason Peatling (15.9 points, 7.9 rebounds per game), redshirt sophomore Jacob Davison (15.2 points per game) and senior forward Jesse Hunt (14.2 points per game) lead the Eagles on the season.