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Date Posted: 02/ 7/03 3:30pm
Author: Stangman
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Subject: Re: Kevin Bromley
In reply to: zzzza 's message, "Re: Kevin Bromley" on 02/ 7/03 1:03pm

>Having been to most Poly home games in the last
>couple of years, I have rarely seen Bromley more
>animated or more emotional than he was last night,
>especially in the first half.

>I think he's talking about practice, not game
>situations. That's when the real coaching occurs.
>In my mind, the jury is still out on Bromley. I
>thought he had a good case for COY last season, but
>the end-of-the-year slide was all too familiar.
>Perhaps since this team came together late they can
>avoid that, but who knows if the root cause has
>actually been eliminated.

Exactly, I don't propose that Kevin get out there and stomp around, pick up technical fouls etc. It's preparation scouting and coaching for each game. It should be a given, established by prior action that if a player decides to get away from what works as a team, doing his own thing at a cost to success, that he is going to ride the pine. At the same time one cannot limit players to the point that if they happen to be "feeling it" on a given night that they can't keep doing it, as long as they are helping the team. Dave has some valid points, but they appear to validate Bromely's actions during the game. I'm talking about the real work which should go on in Mott when, when the score board is not on or the players are staring at a screen.

Don't get me wrong I'm not ready to demonize Kevin yet, but I was basically wondering who was the tail and who was the dog in some instances. Mustang performances seem to fade to gray then black in the latter part of the game and we don't need to see our season do the same.

Go Mustangs.......

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