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Date Posted: 10:09:03 02/26/03 Wed
Author: jp 94
Subject: Re: Back to Sports and Hicks
In reply to: Range 's message, "Back to Sports and Hicks" on 19:38:27 02/25/03 Tue

I've only seen 2 games - both on TV - but given they seem to be par for the course, I think I've seen enough.

My initial reaction to the offense was that Hicks was slowing down the tempo of the games so that they wouldn't lose by so many points. I'm not even kidding. I figured he knew they would lose, so try not to get embarrassed. Unfortunately, we still lose by 20 every game.

It's clear that the "Hold the ball and everyone stand still until the shot clock gets under 10 seconds" offense is not for us. Try anything new.

Watching Manhattan dismantle us Sunday, they cut to Hicks and I immediately thought of a scene from one the movie M*A*S*H. It's when they are going to have that football game with the rival medivac unit. During the first practice the team's "coach" Col Blake says "I think it would be good if we had some set plays."

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