Also sounds like both Bragg and Martin could have the chance to be grad transfers like Hartzog or transfer down to a lower level to play right away if they don’t have the credits. I wish them luck but if you can’t make the 2 deep at Kansas, which I doubt any of these guys would have, your gonna have trouble playing for a D1 team. That being said best of luck to these guys in whatever they decide to do, I don’t blame for not wanting to ride the pine so late in their careers. Edit: Bragg is a injury issue as well according to LJW.
I’ve been going to Cape Cod since I was a kid, and when we go, the spirit of the place inhabits me. I love everything about Cape Cod; it’s maritime history, pirate and otherwise, it’s native american and puritan roots, and the hard but warm edge of the people that lived there before tourism made it a desired destination, which still lives on even as the old timers pass, it’s stubborn defiance to widen the 2 lane highway that runs through it, the most amazing amateur Summer baseball league in the country, a wonderful collection of museums and events focusing on the cape’s marine life, and walking miles of flats in the bay at low tide. I chase fish and pick up crabs in the shallows with my kids and feel timeless; it is what I have done since I was their age. It all amounts to a feeling of belonging, and being off the grid.
The Cape is changing. But it has changed with grace and a hidden power in my life that it has yet to relinquish.
He’s certainly at the right place if he does have NBA dreams which I’m sure he has. I really do think he’ll make a development jump at some point, could be between this year and his Jr season or Jr year to Sr year. Luke Maye of North Carolina had a few big games last season as a soph and now is their leading scorer. Not saying Mitch’s situation is the same but maybe there will be a point this season Mitch has one of those games where everything clicks and he builds off that.
F Nebraska and their wonderful fans (@wissox not included in that statement) I’d love to find the wonderful nu fan who sucker punched me after Nebraska beat ku in Lawrence. I think it’d be fun to visit him at his job in McDonald’s.
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