I can be there tomorrow
- Feb 22, 2016
BS,,,just bc you're new here don't assume you know what has been posted before you graced this siteYou da man. Finally someone said it like it is. Thank you very much. People on this thread think a sweet 16 is a high ceiling. I like Kellie, it’s certainly not a personal thing. I’m sure she is a great mother, great wife, daughter and human being. I just think she hasn’t done enough to keep a job at a program like Tennessee.
MANY of us longtime posters are displeased with the early entries and I have written many timeover that E8 is minimal acceptability for this program,,,no matter who is coaching
Dan drive-by posters erk me to the crawl
No one is saying sweet sixteen is good enough. The statistic I presented of only seven programs reaching sweet sixteen the last two years and only ten programs having at least two sixteens and one round of 32 over the last three years was presented to show Kellie has us consistently back among the top programs in the country.
Lots of programs make a splash with an elite 8 one year and out in the first round the next year. Kellie is rebuilding our program for the long haul. I think an elite eight would be a great goal for this year.
I like the direction this program is moving in and I like that Kellie has continued Pat’s dna of good students athletes and good young women.
We should take pride in this program, the coaching staff and especially the young women who “wear the orange”.
People who actually know Collegiate WBB would laugh at us hearing some of the junk put out here.
Coach Lu you are talking to the proverbial
Jackson's misses on her jump shot were mostly 6-10 inches on the long side. She didn't miss short and she didn't miss side to side. She'll hone this in easily.
Tess is more troublesome, her misses are more scattered and it seems to me that she is trying to speed up her shot and I think she's overclocking it.
Good read 376
And that coincides with if she was affected by illness her brain would be affected too
As I teach shooters
Long/Short shot = mental
Left/Right shots = mechanical