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Nebraska (6-2) vs Mich St. (6-1) Game Thread

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1 minute ago, brfrad said:

That is absolutely the right call.  You don't want to get hit, don't stand on top of the offensive guy.

If they let defense like that go, every game would end 21-20, there'd be 500 people at each game, and they would not be on TV.

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6 minutes ago, Coaches kid said:

Lack of movement when the ball goes in the post. Perimeter guys don't give post passer angles. Our cuts lack purpose. We don't play loose offensively against good teams. 

 

Plus getting bunched up.

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Just now, huskercwg said:

This has to be said, the Spartans are good.  We are playing hard, and actually playing smart, but we simply cannot knock down our shots. 

 

We will not be the only team frustrated this year when they play MSU.  I mean their only loss is to Duke and they have wins over ND and UNC for a reason.  It isn't because they are bad.

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2 minutes ago, huskercwg said:

This has to be said, the Spartans are good.  We are playing hard, and actually playing smart, but we simply cannot knock down our shots. 

 

Haven't had many good looks.

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Here is the cylinder rule:

 

Any player who invades the cylinder space of an opponent and makes illegal (not incidental) contact with the opponent has committed a foul. 2. An offensive player with the ball must be given enough space to make a normal basketball play which is defined as attempting to shoot, pass, or begin a dribble.

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