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Date Posted: 02/ 7/03 8:49am
Author: Stangman
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Subject: Re: Is Bromeley to soft?
In reply to: CPColin 's message, "What a crappy second half" on 02/ 6/03 10:36pm

>What is WITH our team? We played great tonight during
>the first half -- the way we all know this team can
>play. Then we just lost it in the second half. Our
>three-pointers were dead all night. Schilling went 2-7
>from behind the arc, and Varnie kept up his tradition
>of blasting ill-advised threes with about 34.5 seconds
>on the shot clock. Must be the new hairstyle.
>At least (VERY LEAST) the students got the picture
>tonight. Nobody told us to sit down, and they stood up
>pretty much on their own in the last minute. Progress,
>however slow.

I don't know about the rest of the fans but I am getting just a little bit tired of Bromeley making excuses for this team. First of all I think he got out coached in the game last night. Why is it necessary to "tinker" with a line up that was getting it done in the first half of the game? A nine point lead traditionally has never been anything this team can sit on and start substituting freely. As Colin says Varnie's shot selection and inside passing was atrocious last night, and he continues without any apparent control.

Bromeley needs to get into the faces and heads of some of these players. A team as deep in talent as this team is should not be losing at home to a team like the vandals.

Bromeley's post game comments are always the same. He always says how he is proud of the "young men" on his team and how they battled back from adversity, but he is failing to coach the killer instinct. This team shouldn't have to battle back. The vandals just hung around with crappy shooting and waited for the Mustangs to fold in the final 3 minutes. Bromelely has to start to coach with some emotion and quit trying to be everyones best friend. The sad thing is this team, with it's talent has the ability to rise up on it's hind feet, and without any changes beat a team like usu after playing like they did last night.

Go Mustangs.......

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