DG hasn't been good but I feel for him a bit tonight. He has to be gassed at this point. He has played the whole game or close to it and has had to chase their guards around all game. What frustrates me is that we haven't had a suitable second PG all season and have not tried to develop one. Petey isn't suited for the job. Buckley should have gotten consistent minutes and time running the offense just for games like tonight. Garrett needs some help and despite playing over 20 games we still don't have a backup PG. If you had no intention of playing Buckley than he should have been red-shirted.
I agree with you except that Buckley tonight showed why DG has to play the entire game.
And you can't say Buckley should have been getting consisten minutes in the non-conference because we had to play our best guys to win those games.
I didn't watch the game, only listened to half of it, because I knew how the game was going to end. I am not giving up on the team per say, just knew how the game would end. The team is just too young, and too lacking in athletes. WJ was a huge loss to this team. I am still holding out for next year.
Before you call names, check the posts. I wasn't on during the first half. Rag somewhere else.
sorry, not trying to call you out. it's just unbelievable how bipolar this board can be. if you weren't on during halftime, many people were complaining about lucca not playing enough and i thought it was ironic that someone was complaining about him playing too much. no disrespect intended.
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