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57 minutes ago, Bugeaters1 said:

 

Did anyone catch Sam's article on the women's basketball team yesterday? Sounds as if there was some chemistry issues lack of leadership and no juice

 

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I'll have to try to access that.  Respectfully I say, all of that I guessed to be true, if not saw evidence for it.

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In my opinion, the constant rotation of players in and out hurts performance and morale.  Why pull a player when she and the team are going well?  Timeouts last forever and then there is the quarter break.  Play your best players more and play people who are playing well in that game.  If you are not producing stay on the pines and prove yourself in practice.

 

The counterpoint might be that morale would be good due to playing time for more. Again, it’s just my viewpoint.

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what we heard just before the season started and then early on was that the substitution pattern would permit playing aggressively on defense for the entire 40 minutes  The idea was that fatigue would not be a factor 

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The way Amy coaches she should have full court press going the whole 40 minutes and we never pressed what so ever. I just don't like the way she coaches for a power 5 school. I love her as a coach because you can tell she is very passionate about the game. I love sitting right behind the bench and watching her coach. She is very fun to watch. But I just don't think the way she plays the game will ever work in the power 5 conference. I think it worked at the previous school because there was a lot less talented kids in the conference overall.

 

Nebraska has the money go find a legit big contender from a better girls basketball school and steal them. I wish we would just got it done and over with this year. But I am guessing the way the roster is shaking out it will happen this coming year sadly.

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If you are going to have success in the B1G you need to bring your "A" game as a coach. I think Sam made a point that when we joined while the B1G was good it got a whole lot tougher once Maryland, and Rutgers came into the league. While Amy has had success before coming to NE that does not go to say the same will happen here. After two years of not meeting their own expectations this year will be critical for her. Another year similar to the last two and it really gets difficult. As I said in my earlier post I hope they can come together and turn this around. 

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