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tOSU v. Clemson

Discussion in 'Buckeye Basketball' started by FCollinsBuckeye, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    I really thought we would light these guys up in the post after what B.C. did to them. It's a disappointing loss but I thought Clemson looked like a good team. I don't think you can pin this on any one player, the team just didn't do a good job taking care of the ball against Clemson's pressure. I'm sure Ollie's pretty happy he couldn't get to many over on Thad when they coached in the A-10.
  2. daddyphatsacs

    daddyphatsacs Let the cards fall...

    How quickly folks fall off the bandwagon. God, this is basketball season fellas, there are 30 (I think) games in a season. We lost this one, our first true road test against a decent team. Big deal........Our team is still finding their identity, and really are playing with 1 big man. Our biggest problem is the lack of rebounding, and stopping the 2nd shots from going up on the defensive side of things.

    My other problem is the lack of ball handling by some of the players, it seems like they get a little sloppy. Matta is a hell of a coach, and now has some time to work with these guys.

    If you told me that we'd be 5-2 at this point early on this fall, I'd be a happy man. This team has a long way's to go, but have lost games because of mistakes, they aren't simply beat because of coaching or talent. That makes me optimistic for this season.
  3. vrbryant

    vrbryant Ever thus to ____ers Staff Member

    No way, man. It's all BFC's fault. And some people on the team "aren't trying." :roll2:

    What a pindicked idiot.
  4. Bucktastic

    Bucktastic Troy Smith for HEISMAN

    Great call DPS!! Couldnt agree more.
  5. BrutusMaximus

    BrutusMaximus I Heart Boobs

    Heh, Stockman kept us in the game. Although I dont think BFC played a bad game at all, had some clutch shots, etc. Dials looked lost out there most of the game, JJ was basically non-existent. Harris had some clutch 3's as well, but I dont think he got enough opportunities.
  6. NewYorkBuck

    NewYorkBuck Do not read this title

    This was the first Matta game that Ive been able to watch. I know we lost, but our boys sure were exciting at times. From what little Ive seen, I think Matta is going to really be great here.
  7. Bestbuck36

    Bestbuck36 Kyle Young/Cade Stover man crush. Stomp!

    This was the fourth game I've seen this season, two being in person. The energy is still there but it did look like they lost some at the beginning of both halves. Maybe the tired legs I dunno. I am very encouraged by our 3 point shooting- 15-25 is awesome! TD should be loving things right now and begging for the ball. The way our shooting is the inside game will open up. He HAS to be more aggressive! He is getting into foul trouble because of his positioning and no help right now. When Twig gets some more seasoning this will help a lot. Jekel Foster and Jamar Butler are going to give us some excellent minutes later in the season. I look for us to regroup after the 10 day layoff and come out looking tight the next game.

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