The last 2 games were worse than watching McDermott basketball, by far. If you don't think that, then you don't know what you're talking about. I wasn't sure we were going to reach 40 pts tonight.
Yea but is that the entire season? Is this season worse so far than a McDermott year? Yea, I don't think so. If you think we are going to look like we did against Tech and TCU all season you are nuts. Wait you already are.
I agree we probably beat KSU at home but this team simply has too many holes to make the tourney.
We are horrible in the paint defensively and offensively. We only appeared to rebound well because we shoot so many 3's.
We really only have the 3-ball to fall back on and when that isn't falling you get games like tonight....
We actually aren't that bad. As the commentators said tonight, Percy was great before conference play. If Percy can get back into his groove like I think he can and Niang and Ejim hold it down on the other end, we are golden.
I somehow expected KU to beat us... even when it looked like the game was 100% in the bag. I think that everyone expected to beat TTU. The players just seemed to be waiting for someone else to take it.
Can you be more specific about what Coach did wrong tonight, and how he should have done it differently?
I agree with you considering the play he drew up to win the wvu game but this time he said let's isolate tyrus....ready break! It was awful, that being said I love CFH and he will continue to improve just as our players can
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