The game was an SEC contest, although I don't remember who it was against, but it was in the John M. Parker Center on the LSU campus. Interestingly enough, the same venue was used in the movie "GLORYROAD" as the Final 4 UTEP-KY National Championship game because of its period feel (mid 1960's)
You did not list which record you are referring to. Pete Maravich scored at least 50 points 10 times in 1970. He scored at least 50 points in 3 conservative games in 1969. He scored at least 50 points 28 times over his 3 year career 1968-70. He has the most field goals in a career with 1,387 and the most in a season with 1,168. He has the most points in a career with 3,667 points and did it in only 3 years. He had the highest season average with 44.5 points in 1970. He had the highest career average at 44.2 points per game also in only 3 years. He also has the record for the most free throws made in 1969 against Oregon in a game where he made 30 on 31 attempts. He also scored all these point with no 3 point goals as they were not allowed when he played.
He has scored 1447 goals in his lifetime.(World record for scoring the most goals)
Role scoring is when the critics score the role the actor is playing. Script scoring is scoring on the entire script.
You answered your own question, the scoring model they use is your FICO score, not your FAKO score which it is called when you purchase your score from one of the big 3, that scoring model is called Advantage.
It is a verb, from "to score."
"Itching for" means that you wanted it to happen badly. "Break the record" means to do better than the highest score for that thing.
A good credit score depends on some scoring system. Different scoring system has different scale. Most scoring scales fall between 600 to 750. A score above 700 usually suggests good credit management
By scoring a penalty.
In most scoring systems, a 786 is a very good score.
In rally scoring the other team can score when the volley is lost.
The points in a game by one player is 100 so you have to score over 100 with one player to beat the record.
The word scoring can be a noun and a verb. The noun form is the process of keeping score in a particular sport. The verb form is the present participle of the verb "score".