Non-students should have a good showing as far as attendance. Remember, though, that this game is during Thanksgiving break and most students will be gone... including me. The game is not part of the student season ticket package. This means that everyone else is going to have to step it up, in order for any Hilton Magic on Tuesday night.
I'd feel a lot better about it if I knew whether Wesely was going to play or not. Not only is he our leading scorer, he provides a lot of experience and leadership. Without him we still have a shot at it, but we need to take care of the ball a lot better than we have been. We're also going to have to find a way to score. Without Wesely, our offense is a little stagnate. I thought Diante did a good job of penatrating and creating some offense against Bradley, I'd like to see him do a little more of that.
Bradley is a better team than Minnesota...I think we get the Gophers if Wesley is back, and still have a solid chance if he isn't. I have to say, I don't think Bradley was a "wake up call" or anything like that...it was a game we were in until the end and had a shot at winning, but Bradley is a quicker, more athletic, and more experienced team than us, and I think it would have been an upset had we pulled out that win...who knows how good of a team we will end out being this year, but one thing is certain...Wesley Johnson and Lucca Staiger both make a huge difference in the amount of success we have this year.
Tubby can't play, he's the coach. Everybody is predictng great things for MN because they hired Tubby. They were bad last year and Tubby hasn't had time to work his "magic". The coach can only do so much. Cyclone win, blowout if Wes is full speed.
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