This is a serious question. Can someone explain our set for in-bounding under the press. They seemed to have way too much success against us. Two people high takes two of their people out of the press, but since we are standing still, it also takes two of our players out of play as well. It therefore seems to put a lot of pressure on the two down low and they feasted on that. Or not. Help me out.
But lately, really only 6 have been playing the bulk of the minutes. Same today...191 of 200 minutes between the top six. And Ellis, when she did get in, took no shots, and had 1 TO and 1 PF. There's just no wiggle room for the starters to get into foul trouble.
"Don't worry Boss...they can't do nothin' 'til they're through sparklin'..."
I couldn't see the game either because of Fox Sports. I listened to it on the radio, and the WVU coach worked out exactly what he needed to do to beat us. Sounds like the refs let things completely go, unless it was Prins or Poppins. I never heard the radio people complain so much about the refs. I couldn't see it so just had to let my ulcer act up. WVU coach knows if you constantly pound the other team, some calls will get missed and it will eventually help a team that has a deep bench.
"Cómo te va", dijo el murguista a la muchacha. Que lo cortó con su mirada indiferente
Le dijo "Bien" y lo dejó como si nada
Nuevamente... La princesa... Se perdía entre la gente (Jaime Roos)
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