Craig played great. The point guard play left a lot to be desired though. I thought Wes played okay, but he needed to get the ball more in the second half. I was favorably impressed by Baylor, and they should be a lot better than expected this year.
I see 4-6 big 12 wins this year, and a huge improvement next year. I doubt Craig will last at ISU more than two years before the NBA comes acallin'. Overall, we didn't play a good second half with the exception of Craig. I think that this team will improve a lot as the season goes on, and look for several late Big 12 wins.
Yeah, I think we found out that Pedersen is going to struggle with physical gaurds. I think with more minutes Diante will be our best option at the point. That 5 gaurd rotation of Baylor's wore us out.
McDermott always seems to start the same 5 that started the game at the beginning of the 2nd half even though we may not have had success with that combination on the floor in the 1st half. I get frustrated by this.
I was suprised at how much CoJO played down the stretch. I think Rahshon sometimes just needs to be a little more selfish and demand the ball when we're throwing up crazy shots our really getting out of control like we where midway through the second half.
I think Brackins will be Rookie and Player of the week in the Big 12. That was just a dominant performance from nevernever land. Maybe he shoud play the 2! jk
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