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Date Posted: Thursday, December 09, 09:49:39am
Author: philldogg
Subject: I can remember several games he took last shot to win and missed, after that JC seemed to lose confidence in him. I spoke with him several times and he was a nice kid, just a wrong fit for Duquesne.
In reply to: DC'91 's message, "I remember he was supposed to be a PG who could shoot the 3. People said he'd beat out Clayton Adams at PG his freshman year. I believe he got hurt early and redshirted. He did play in 91-92 and is still third all time in single-season 3-PT FG% and 3-PT FGs made, but he didn't have too much else to his game. Turned it over a lot, didn't play defense, got into foul trouble easily, couldn't run the offense. I guess that describes a lot of players who've come through Duquesne over the years." on Thursday, December 09, 01:18:00am

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