I am not hating on the person. I know he cares for his players.
His style of play was half court, through the post, and generally unadaptive or imaginative. He took the air out of the ball and out of the arena.
He was born and raised in Big 10 basketball. That isn’t a style that resonates in...
I thought this team, with personnel from last year, would play with
- Chip in their shoulder
In order to overcome the loss of four pros. There are many teams out there that manage to retool around a specific culture. Not just the one and done schools but schools like...
No fast breaks
Scared to make a mistaken
Either bounce it in the post or chuck a three
Nobody tries to penetrate
Can’t force a turnover
Maybe we will surprise in the SEC tourney.
It’s a shock from the pace and tenacity we played with last year.
The lack of on the floor leadership isn’t too surprising given the role playing pasts.
But there is no excuse to not rotate on defense, not pressure the ball, not talk to each other, and not to box out.
Fundamentals are lacking.
When you can’t shoot...drive the ball.
The staff has proven its ability to develop players with folks like Nigel Warrior. The freshman who played this year were excellent contributors.
If we can continue to develop talent, then recruiting will respond. Butch had higher prospects but they never developed players.
Good grief bunch of chicken little hand wringing cyber champions of life “oh no but what about the grass”
GTFO with this nonsense.
Can’t wait to relieve the 90s and sing along to a great performer in my favorite stadium while stepping all over your pressure fescue hearts
For enduring the hits and criticism that comes with managing a team with a woeful Offensive line. You may find more success in the future with a line that can give you time to make reads.
But that ain’t us. And that ain’t you. And that ain’t now.
JT Shroud, come on down.