I am ****** about losing to UNI and that ogar Coleman but this team has only played 5 games together. Remember its only November. If they are still playing like this in feburary, then we have a problem.
Remember how long it took Jiri to finally "get it" last year. It was almost January. Eventually everything is gonna click and we will start winning.
I could accept it a little easier last year due to new system, new players and all. This year we have a bunch of new players but the few players that returned should have the system down and I would like to believe we have better caliber players than UNI. I guess I'm getting tired of losing to Valley teams!
see, this is the logic I don't necessarily agree with. A coach having success at one school doesn't automatically translate into success at the next. I see us not getting the recruits we need (especially guards and posts) and lack of fundamentals like attacking the hoop, rebounding, turnover control, free throws, etc. Call me crazy but I am truly concerned about the immediate (next 5 years) future of ISU hoops. The best time to get big time recruits is often immediately after a coaching change and we have Wesley. We need a PG and post BAD!!!
You are crazy... Craig Brackins is a stud. Diante Garrett is also pretty good. They're both freshman..
And to think last year I was ragged on for saying when I watch these games, I expect the worst and if something better happens then it is a good night. Otherwise I get what I expected and am not frustrated.....oh the shame for thinking like this.
Seriously though...there are a lot of things wrong with this team and it's not something obvious that you can point to.....just when you think you have it figured out, something else rears its ugly head
UNI also has played competitive basketball all summer representing USA in the World games where the team got a chance to run a system and gel before the year started. They are a fairly young but play like a veteran team.
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