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Date Posted: 06:29:43 03/03/08 Mon
Author: GeorgeW
Subject: impressive, but
In reply to: Fan 's message, "overrated" on 20:40:39 03/02/08 Sun

you are correct in that he has accomplished a lot, but because of that, a lot is also expected. Such as controlling yourseld in the heat of battle.

To be fair, you should also state that in his freshmen year, that team was carried by Roman. Hojlo put up points, but not because he was the #1 offensive option. He was a complimentary player that year.

The last 2 years, when he was the primary offensive threat, he has not produced at UNH. In both years, he was largely inneffective in two qtr-final round losses.

Next year, he MUST mature as a player and a team leader. Emulating Paul Chergy is not the way to lead your team.

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