@dylans Holy smokes , where you live-- I’m not coming lol. - - Ya We are fine thanks for asking it was crazy weather for sure. - Like Dan said been a crazy summer - -really dry , shortly before all this yesterday earlier in the day like I said it was 101 and heat index 108. - - - just a lot of power outage and tree’s down. - But we are fine - -thanks again
Everyone knows I am a Jaybate fan. His literary creativity is unmatched in a sports forum. But he is like a specific wine and will always have his critics along with his fans. In his better posts I become drunk in his alphabet soup. Campbell’s soup with a shot of tequila. Wine? Tequila? Not sure why I’m focused on alcohol today. I barely touch the stuff.
Appears to me that this is a game where Garrett and Cunliffe each draw 20 minutes of playing time. Rest Newman. Give the 3 walk-ons a few minutes of exposure. In retrospect, Newman is to be praised for his 30 minutes of effort at Lincoln; but the coaching staff walked a shaky line in the decision to play him, esp. so many minutes. Cunliffe has been in the program right at a year. Why transfer in a kid who possesses a semester of quite decent playing experience, then glue him to the bench? It’s not like he just walked in from the football locker room. I am well aware that the counter argument is that the program could not afford to lose 3 in a row. Obviously, that dictated the decision about playing time. Head injuries are not to be screwed with, in my not so humble opinion. Our starters have been hampered by recruiting decisions. Talk about SOFT! Bringing in 3 scholarship transfers who are ineligible this season…and a lamebrain power forward who couldn’t live within the rules. Our starters are being pounded with too many minutes.