I thought the Twister Sisters were going to run away with this one when they came out hot to start the game. WVU calls timeout and all the sudden they ugly the game up by playing really physical and putting a full court press on it. I agree, the officials were very inconsistent which allowed WVU to basically mug our players at times but we also were not executing well at times and did not adjust to what WVU was throwing at us so that is to blame on the players and coaches for not making the necessary adjustments to get us back in control of the tempo of the game.
I think they should have been ready and expected this to happen. Prins has to keep her arms straight up and worry about positioning her feet and trying to alter the shot instead of block it. Poppens needs to stay out of foul trouble and expect to receive abuse, they all do. That is what every team except for Baylor will use against us from now on out.
"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)
This was a very disappointing loss. But, we'll move on. One noticeable thing to me - what's up with Fallon? Either the talent fall-off is more than I realized or she's not playing with 100% effort? Among other things, I recall she was boxed out way under the basket on several rebounds with no chance of getting a rebound. Also, seemed way too lax on an inbound pass late in the game that resulted in a turnover and WV 2 pts.
Looked like slo-mo action to me. She was a not helping much.
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
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