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Comment 16 Feb 2015
I'm 46, and even in my best days I was nowhere near a D1 athlete. I could go out to the hoop at the end of my driveway and consistently hit 6 or 7 out of 10, not having shot any since last summer. If they really wanted to be good foul shooters they would be. You have to spend the extra time practicing and practicing correctly, not just throwing up 100 shots so you could say you did.
Comment 14 Feb 2015
Went to Amir and Tate too often down the stretch. Not the 2 players I want to have to make a play in the final few minutes. Thompson's D on Valentine was poor at best. No way he should have been that wide open for that shot. I don't care how many picks you have to fight through. As I said on the open thread, playing a team on the road with a pulse and they can't find a way to get it done.
Comment 09 Feb 2015
If he was on campus or in the WHAC then yes, it would be a big problem. But he's not, so it isn't. I doubt Urban is going to drive to Michigan and make him change his shirt. There will be plenty of time to worry about what he's wearing or doing once he is actually enrolled in school and on campus.
Comment 21 Jan 2015
Not a kicker, just going on what you said about zeroing in on kickers and punters. The need to block a kicker or punter doesn't happen too often, but when it did, it sounds like you made a point to single them out. Why was that? If it happens in the course of a play, so be it. But if you intentionally seek them out because they're kickers, that's cowardly, not something to brag about. I agree that the Lippett hit above was awsome, but the kicker was right there trying to make a tackle on the returner, so it wasnt a cheap shot. The way I read your comment was that you sought out the kicker whether he was near the play or not.