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dave mosbey

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On 12/1/2016 at 6:24 AM, Irishman said:

This team can be frustrating to watch. They show they can play with and even dominate teams like Kansas and UNC at times, but then just looked awful against IPFW.  It does seem there is one guy each game that will struggle, and make bad play after bad play; Johnson had a sequence of plays late in the game that allowed UNC to get back in the game, and in Fort Wayne, it was Blackmon. Hopefully they figure out that they need to feed the ball to their teammates when they are off instead of forcing things. 

Just reposting this as it seems it will be a common theme throughout the season. This team is WAY too talented to play like this (against IPFW, and now Butler.....and I will leave space for more teams as the season goes on).

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On 12/17/2016 at 6:20 PM, Irishman said:

Just reposting this as it seems it will be a common theme throughout the season. This team is WAY too talented to play like this (against IPFW, and now Butler.....and I will leave space for more teams as the season goes on).

Now adding Nebraska to the list. Playing like this IU will be lucky to finish in the top half of the conference. That was embarrassing 

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And the hits just keep coming. This team is reeling, and I am not sure that it will stop anytime soon. Could anyone imagine if McIntosh were running the point for IU, instead of Northwestern?

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An embarrassing end to a horrible season for IU. I guess someone knew it would end this way and CHOOSE to not play at home??

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IU Hubris everyone

#4 seriously, saw maybe 7 mins of the 2nd half when I saw they crept back in, then watch them get the ball swiped easily 2 possessions in a row and that dude just comes up lame instead of hustling to try to be there for the miss or provide some pressure to the rim.   That was the microcosm of their season right there as soon as OG went down.  

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