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Date Posted: Wed, February 02 2011, 13:37:36
Author: Duck
Subject: UTSA
In reply to: 91 's message, "Re: Texas State University-San Marcos" on Tue, February 01 2011, 13:21:33

Will the game be played tonight in San Antonio? Why is it that utsa always has a "Devon" on their team?


>Coach Cross seems to like the small lineup. They've
>got a really talented group of big guards/small
>forwards that can create their own shot from almost
>anywhere on the floor...the Kansas offense with the
>ball screens and letting guys drive and shoot or pass
>is really hard to defend. And on nights when the 3
>isn't falling, they are able to drive and get fouled
>or shoot a high percentage short range shot. Reves
>isn't scoring a lot, but he is getting a lot of
>rebounds and blocking shots. And when he gets the
>ball, he takes it strong to the hoop or gets fouled in
>the process. Edwards is an amazing rebounder and
>scores when open as well (plus is an excellent free
>throw shooter). Ingram was Marquez-like the other
>night in the first half. Everything was going in. It
>was a physical game but instead of TSU-SM making a lot
>of 3s and playing a faster pace, it was us. Our
>defense was able to make TSU-SM play a halfcourt
>offense, and they were taking a lot of shots with 5-10
>seconds left. And that is not the Bobcats game--they
>like to play uptempo, shoot lots of 3. The way the
>Mavs are playing right now, UTA could wind up in the
>top 4 at tournament time. Nothing fancy offensively
>and a solid defense, win a lot of games.

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