I don't think BU is getting enough credit for the offense this season. We only have 1 shooter on this team right now but we are still able to find driving lanes and get the ball inside. Many other teams would struggle to get Kofi and Giorgi touches on the block. We can do it basically whenever we want.
But still would like to see better end of clock execution. When the shot clock is winding down or end of half/game. To me it's blatantly obvious the ball needs to be in Trent's hands in these scenarios. He's the guy that can knock one down from 25ft+ and that opens everything else up. That's what Cowan did to us and that's what the Miami guard did to us.
Well against Miami Ayo had the ball in his hands. Then Feliz against Maryland. Time for Trent to get his chance.I would not expect the focus of this team, as to who is the go-to guy, to change (re-focus?). If it happens, it would be by accident, not design, IMHO.
But, I think you are right.
The point is that neither you nor I am the coach. AND, coaches are very stubborn. Do not expect change. IF a change happens then good.Well against Miami Ayo had the ball in his hands. Then Feliz against Maryland. Time for Trent to get his chance.
We need all the hands on deck now. This season. Tevian is a talent, he can contribute, immediately!Don't get me wrong, I love Tevian and he made some great defensive plays in limited action last year, but at this point would it make sense to redshirt? Is that even possible?
Guess that makes 3 of us who were there and recall it fondly - maybe better than where we stashed the hearing aid batteries. Sadly, that team was headed for even greater accomplishments the next season, and then . . .Harry Combs showed them what a running team does. Goodrich and company weren’t in it.
Absolutely, that's a top 10 team.While we're all basking in the glow, let's dream a little. Can you imagine if we could convince Kofi and Ayo to each stay one more year, and Ayo staying didn't deter Adam Miller from coming? Would Kofi, Ayo, Giorgi, Miller, Trent, Da'Monte, and Tevian be considered a final four contender?
It’s a good strategy. Make your opponent beat you mid range. Michigan does that pretty well, but it’s still just 2 points.Don't get too hung up as some have that we beat Michigan because they were cold from 3.
Maryland is a similar team and they shot 25%. Chin said before the game that we have wrinkles that we put in for 3 point shooting teams and they had worked well against Maryland and he hoped they would work as well against Michigan. Michigan shot 17%.
Of course those coaches will now adjust to our adjustments.