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Date Posted: 13:40:48 01/08/03 Wed
Author: ARCRat
Subject: Agree with almost everything
In reply to: OLD INDIAN 's message, "My take on last nite's game" on 08:57:54 01/08/03 Wed

I call the boards a draw. Don't forget MC's FG% was much higher in the 2nd half. Ironically, it took us until MAAC play to run into someone who could match or best us on the glass. I believe we even beat out Xavier on the boards.

I give the post game edge to the Jaspers. While we pounded it inside pretty effectively, Jaspers applied hard fouls and we failed to make our foul shots. On the other hand, we'd foul and they'd get the bucket at times. They made their foul shots. Making the foul shots has to be considered part of the post-game effectiveness in my opinion. That's why I don't think Shaq is that great.

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