We lost to a better team tonight...couple thoughts from the game.
Vanderbeeken is really impressing me right now...I also thought that Brackins played pretty good overall (minus a couple bad shots), Haluska played very good D, and Garrett was pretty solid after those first few minutes...I think a lot of people forget just how much pressure Garrett has on him being the only guard we have that can get into the lane.
Liked our fight...hate losing but Kansas is just a better team than us...and love him or hate him, I'd sure enjoy having Sherron Collins on my team during crunch time (or anytime for that matter).
The more I watch this team the more I think some of these announcers are right. If we would have W********* we would be right in the middle of things. He is gone and there is nothing we can do about it but it does give me that little bit of hope for the future. (CUE THE KOOL AID GUY)
I just finished the DVR broadcast of the game. Not enough can be said about Brackins. ISU would be lost without him. Vanderbeeken is becoming better and better. He has the potential to be a very good college basketball player. I don't get Garret's game. You would think when the shot clock is winding down he could create a shot or draw a foul not settle for ill-advised threes. I would like to put a Tim Floyd Jaycee Holloway shooting freeze on the guy. To McDermott's credit, the team is showing improvement. Time is ticking on the no talent excuse. C'mon Lucca. Find a way to get some shots and make them or have a seat. Boozer, Peterson, and Haluska work their butts off.
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