- Nov 2, 2013
Maybe that is coach is doing, letting SLU think Bones isn’t playing and then surprise them and he actually is. He is keeping them guessing.That's what Georgetown thought in 1978 when Danny Kottak limped off of the bus on crutches at the GW Smith Center for the ECAC South championship. Little did Georgetown know that Danny would actually play in that game and light their a$$eS up.
Rule #1 - Always keep your opponent guessing. It's a strategy used by ALL coaches in every sport.
Wayne never misses time...his work ethic is varsity level for sure
He’s excellent, and I thought Tim Pearrell was good too, but Wayne can roll.Wayne never misses time...his work ethic is varsity level for sure
best coverage for VCU in my 40 years following the program
Strongly agree, I'd also like to see more MBJ. We have some great freshman, and I am not enthusiastic about whether or not Curry could fill many of the minutes without being a liability defensively or with his turnovers.
Agree, and would like to see similar aggressiveness from Vince.
We not only have to play well, we have to play smart. Stay out of foul trouble. limit turnovers and get open looks. We can't afford to start slow or waste possessions without Bones.No matter how you slice it, it's going to be very tough replacing 20 ppg/5.6 rpg that Bones has been averaging in A-10 play. VCU has a chance against SLU if: A) They play lights out defense and B) Ace stays out of foul trouble. If Ace gets in foul trouble in this game, it could get real ugly fast for the Rams.