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Whether you disagree with the decision or not it's not a very good example of that one way or the other.
We missed his enthusiasm tonight. Let's pray this investigation doesn't find anything further than the team violation. I think he's a good kid who will grow from this mistake, provided it's small enough to get another chance...
Is the tourney not single elimination?
another terrible season in a long line of terrible seasons. when will it end?
Fight On! Leave No Doubt.
Lets bring Tim Floyd back!
We all wish
I'm sure we can all agree now that Cantu's chances at HC here are now nil. The Spokane incident and first round exit from the PAC 12 tourney sealed that verdict.
Time to write a huge check for our BB programs future.
Yes it is.
Not only did he not foul immediately, he did not even instruct the team to go for the steal and create some pressure. He ALLOWED Utah to burn the clock. Coach Cantu knows that this team is "average" at best on offense. Basically he said, "alright guys, let's hope they miss and let's rush our last attempt with less than 5 seconds left in the game....DOWN BY THREE!
I don't care what level one is coaching at; you have to know your strengths and weaknesses and he played against his own strengths and weaknesses.
That, and the team stopped playing defense when O'Neill was canned...ironically after USC beat Utah in Utah.
This post was edited by TrojanWarrior1 13 months ago
Wise played real well this season. And played hard. Thought Fuller played tough last year too. JB could apply for a 5th year, but I doubt he will or we'll accept it.
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