Red Don

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Red Don last won the day on September 15 2016

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  1. (Omar Bradley gets a call during breakfast one morning) Patton: Pssst, Brad. I'm across, but don't tell anybody! Brad: You mean the Rhine?!!! Yeah, I snuck some units across the river last night. There aren't many Krauts around though - I don't think they know I'm there! Excerpt from "A General's Life" by Omar Bradley. Great Book - well written. A Great General; A Great Life!
  2. It's Official! Kate Cain is 'N' Welcome Kate!
  3. Does this Help?
  4. Hopefully a Good surprise!
  5. Congratulations to Jack McVeigh on being selected to represent Australia. (Hope this works out as well for Jack as Tai's being selected to play on NZ's national team did for him )
  6. The statistic I'm most interested in is Wins and Losses! Twenty (or more), to make 'The Dance;' and (at least) one more thereafter.
  7. Good Article! Thanks FB.
  8. Jimmy is not to be disappointed (or denied )!
  9. Come'on; Shouldn't we cut Whoop a little bit of slack here (rather than sending him away feeling so chastised)? It is off-season and news (that we would Want to read) about Husker Hoops is pretty hard to come by about now. There's plenty of posts that are OT on the forums this time of year. (You may want to edit your title so everyone knows it's OT though, Whoop. )
  10. Welcome Leigha! I believe you will fit right in. This.
  11. That would make a very potent combination, indeed. It seems that something we are lacking is someone with a consistent jump shot that is so difficult to guard. IIRC some were hoping that Ed could develop his jump shot, increasing his scoring threat inside the arc.
  12. Lack of Practice?
  13. Please don't forget the increased potential of drawing fouls on a dribble-drive vs perimeter, and hence the possibilities for 3-point plays (i.e. Vance Walberg's Coaches Clinic Tutorial).
  14. Very nice primer R6S10, thanks for the summary. I am looking forward to seeing the sit-out transfers getting onto the floor this year and to see Rachel Blackburn's return. I too was thinking that Grace Mitchell was beginning to come into her own a little more at season-end and hope she is able to take a big jump from her Frosh to Soph year.