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    uneblinstu's postgame chatter: Vol: 10; ed: 14 - Del State


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    I also believe Glynn was being taught a minor lesson as well.  We need Glynn.  But we also need him to become more consistent on the offensive end, and that includes providing catchable passes.  I believe a few of his passes were less than acceptable.  We cannot have those lapses as we move to the heart of Big Ten play.  This is not a major snafu, but we have the talent that we can absorb some of those teachable moments.

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    I also believe Glynn was being taught a minor lesson as well.  We need Glynn.  But we also need him to become more consistent on the offensive end, and that includes providing catchable passes.  I believe a few of his passes were less than acceptable.  We cannot have those lapses as we move to the heart of Big Ten play.  This is not a major snafu, but we have the talent that we can absorb some of those teachable moments.
    I'm not sure they were "lapses" per se as much as taking the opportunity against an obviously overmatched opponent to try out some stuff. I think Glynn will he just fine come conference play.

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    13 hours ago, huskercwg said:

    I also believe Glynn was being taught a minor lesson as well.

     

    You probably forgot or missed that Glynn went to the locker room in the first half after landing on a pile and twisting his ankle.

    He went to the locker room at the 14:28 point in the first half and came back on the court with 4:26 to go.  He probably plays 20 minutes if that doesn't happen.

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    4 hours ago, hhcdimes said:

     

    You probably forgot or missed that Glynn went to the locker room in the first half after landing on a pile and twisting his ankle.

    He went to the locker room at the 14:28 point in the first half and came back on the court with 4:26 to go.  He probably plays 20 minutes if that doesn't happen.

    That certainly may have played a part (and no, I did not forget) but there was also post-game conversation about some of his passes and other miscellaneous "complaints."  Again, not a major concern, but the staff seemed to be using the experience as a coaching moment.

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