was this second half better than the 42-19 against CU?
I would say so. Maric usually kills us and we locked down on him. We also won it b/c of the heart of our bench, not the starters. Just a great win in a rather lackluster year. Hopefully this game sets the tone for how we are going to win next year.
There is one thing I do have to say despite me harping on all the negativity and that was I was extremely disappointed in the student turn out today. Couldn't even fill Cyclone Alley to the tops of the lower level on a day like this they should be ashamed. The rest of Hilton was packed and if you can't get out for a 3pm game that on top of it was a huge celebration I have serious concerns what Pollard must be thinking about doing about student seating in the near future.
I'm sorry, I'm sure some of you students here are going to rip me for this comment but let me say that I don't blame YOU that do show up every game. I blame the rest of your peers that didn't show up. I love the energy Cyclone Alley brings and I would love to see it grow so much that you force Pollard to find you more seating but I think that today was a perfect example why you are probably going to see a reduction in your sections in the near future. That was just a sad sight to see noticible empty seats at the top of your lower level when the rest of the public was able to pack Hilton to the roof, even if it was just for this 1 game so far this season.
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