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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    15th January 2018, 22:44
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    I just figured you were showing respects for all Nippon! LOL!! Ken
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  • Prowling Woofie's Avatar
    15th January 2018, 20:15
    Prowling Woofie replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    Hahaha - edited !
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    15th January 2018, 19:26
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    Attack of the auto spellchecker!! LOL!!! Ken
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  • Prowling Woofie's Avatar
    15th January 2018, 18:19
    Prowling Woofie replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    Jalan McClendon is transferring after graduation 
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  • Prowling Woofie's Avatar
    15th January 2018, 18:16
    Didnít expect to win, and didnít shoot well enough to have a chance. Thatís what the Hoos do to you, though. Successful style of play, but about as exciting as watching paint dry. UVa is now ranked #2 - perhaps we should ask for a do-over ??? 😊
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    14th January 2018, 22:54
    The Pack was not expected to beat #3 Virginia at their barn, and they did not. But, they did manage a couple of come back efforts to get the scores from blowout to something less than blowout. Virginia won 68-51. Among the salient takes from the game is that the Cavs shot a slightly higher percentage from the three line than they shot overall! They shot 56.1% overall, but 57.1% from the three line. By contrast, the Pack shot a woeful 2-16 from the three line and 23-56 overall. Among the shots the Cavs hit was a three where Yertseven ran at the shooter on the sideline and perhaps touched him. The Cav fell to the floor like he'd been shot! The official called the foul about the same time the shot went through the basket! In hockey, there is a two minute minor penalty for embellishment. Though it is never called, there is an option for an official to whistle a technical foul if he believes a player faked getting drilled. I'm more angry at the official, as well as being embarrassed for him for having been taken for a ride! Ken
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    13th January 2018, 20:25
    LSmith replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    I am expecting somewhat of a drop next season but would be very disappointed in a drop like the holes had this past season. We will have a 3 year starter at qb with talented experienced recieivers to throw to. We may have to win some track meets with a younger yet talented defense but 500 plus season with a bowl bid is doable.
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  • avisocan's Avatar
    13th January 2018, 14:31
    avisocan replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    I have a lot of faith in Ledford to get the guys ready to play. If the OL is 85% of what it was this year, it will still be much better than anything TOB put on the field.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    13th January 2018, 12:32
    It's always a good day when the Pack beats the Heels! http://gopack.com/news/2018/1/12/womens-gymnastics-21-nc-state-prevails-over-unc-chapel-hill-194-60-194-375.aspx The #21 ranked Wolfpack did just that! Ken
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 22:26
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    It's going to be a rebuilding year next season, and we should all expect that. Junior offensive lineman Will Richardson has announced that he will also enter the NFL draft. With the departure of Richardson, our only returning starting offensive linemen are Terronne Prescod and Tyler Jones. Those who saw significant time returning include Garrett Bradbury. We are blessed with a number of highly coveted redshirt freshmen and sophomores. But, it would be asking a lot for next year's line to play as well as the line did this season. Ken
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 16:16
    LSmith replied to a thread Recruiting update: in Men's Basketball
    Bates and Steere are both 6-9 power forwards. Funderburk is also 6-9 but a little lighter and plays more small forward. Bey is a 6-7 small forward. Funderburk should make an immediate impact. If Hicks is healthy we should be ok with our bigs but I agree we will have more than enough guards. We will be tight on schollys. Gone: Abu, L Freeman, A Freeman, Hunt, and likely Yert Incoming: Bates, Steere, Funderburk, Bey, Hellems, Harris, and red shirts Bryce, and Daniels Returning: Beverly, Batts, Johnson, Dorin, Hicks, and Newman.
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  • avisocan's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 16:10
    avisocan replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    Losing Hines and JSam is pretty significant... I know we have some talent coming in with this class, but who do we have that has redshirted? I like Gallaspy alot -- and I think he looked fantastic in the bowl game. But, he has been that second half back that has been put in to punish defenses. I don't know if he can take Hines' role.
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 14:39
    LSmith replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    Hines is entering draft.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 14:23
    With the likelihood that Yertseven and Abu will both leave for the professional ranks next year, we may need to focus more now on bigs. Ken
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  • D Wolf's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 13:34
    D Wolf replied to a thread Recruiting update: in Men's Basketball
    4-star (6' 3") point guard Blake Harris will transfer from Missouri to NC State. He will enroll in spring classes this year and have to sit through fall of next year, but be eligible to play about this time next year. Harris played HS ball at Word of God Academy in Raleigh. He was recruited by Keatts for UNCW and not really recruited by any local ACC coaches. When Keatts came to State he tried to snag him, but it was too late. Apparently, he wasn't happy with his decision to go to Missouri and Keatts got him back in for an official visit and he committed right away. We should have no shortage of point guards for at least the next two years.
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  • D Wolf's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 11:39
    D Wolf replied to a thread Clemson 2 in Men's Basketball
    A lot of positive take aways from this game. Yurt7 was spectacular. Aside from the last 1:33 the Pack answered every run by Clemson. As mentioned before the turnover margin is the stat of the game. Only 4 for the Pack for the entire game and half of those in the last 1:33. The Tigs had 17. Of course missed free throws is practically a turn over. Even during with Clemson's comeback late I never felt like the Pack was going to lose this one. I felt like the Pack was the better team from beginning to end, even with Clemson's runs. That's a good feeling. I particularly liked Keatts icing the shooter at the end and then pumping up the crowd volume to apply more pressure.
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  • Prowling Woofie's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 09:41
    Prowling Woofie replied to a thread Clemson 2 in Men's Basketball
    Had to work - watched the DVR when I got home. Pack looked great for 38.5 minutes. Questionable officiating on several instances in this game, not just the last 90 seconds. Pack needs to find that ďone guyĒ that has to have the ball in close out situations - someone capable of getting the ball upcourt, is strong with the ball, and can nail free throws. I think Beverly will be that guy, but heís not there yet. A.Freeman isnít deadly enough from the line to handle the assignment. Yurt was a beast but still needs to move TOWARD the basket when he shoots, as opposed to fading away. Even his hook shots are fade aways which takes him out of position for cleaning up a miss, plus removes the and-one opportunities. Really solid TEAM performance, as everyone contributed. Glad to hear Johnson has been cleared and reinstated, sad to see Kirk is heading to UNC Pembroke. I wish him success - he was nothing but class in Red & White !
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 00:41
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread Clemson 2 in Men's Basketball
    I just looked it up, and from what I was able to find, the official is required to issue a warning to the defender the first time he either reaches across the baseline during an inbounds pass attempt, steps across the line, or touches the pass before the pass crosses the inbounds line. I never saw the officials in this game issue such a warning. However, after the warning is issued, subsequent violations of these rules is supposed to be ruled a technical foul. We know the officials never called that. By my count, the Clemson defenders violated this rule three successive times and all that happened was the Pack received three opportunities to inbounds the ball -- per my description in the previous post. But, the rule is even sterner for a situation where the defender breaks the imaginary plane of the inbounds line and makes contact with the pass, which is exactly what happened on the first inbounds attempt in that critical timeframe. In that case of contact made with the pass, the official is to issue a personal player technical foul on the defender and issue a team warning. Had the technical foul be called, it would have been two Pack free throws, plus the ball out of bounds. That would have wiped clean the traveling call that was really a foul causing Hunt to lose his footing.
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    12th January 2018, 00:00
    LSmith replied to a thread Markell Johnson in Men's Basketball
    This is great news! When Markell left defensively he was our best on ball defender. I was very impressed tonight how Batts filled that void with 5 steals. Markell was and still is our assist leader (average per game) offensively but Beverly has done a good job filling that void during Markell's absence. Markell brings athleticism and hustle back to the team. Just hope the team chemistry gels with it because Markell is a spark plug on both sides of the ball.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    11th January 2018, 23:30
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread Clemson 2 in Men's Basketball
    Congrats to the team! Right now, they have an NCAA worthy resume, depending on if they can simply win a sufficient number of games. They already have three NCAA resume wins over ranked teams. And yes, Arizona lost their ranking, but then got it back and is now ranked #17. And Duke certainly will not lose their ranking! This is only Clemson's second loss of the season, and so they were a solidly ranked #19. Write up: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/recap?gameId=400986197 Yert's game has NBA written all over it. He's right now in the same category of draft consideration as Frank Kaminsky -- a legitimate big center with a proven ability to hit a perimeter jump shot. NBA scouts are going to follow Yert very closely for the rest of the season, and I think frankly we should enjoy his this season, because this is very likely his final one in Wolfpack Red! Back to this game ... Clemson made a resounding comeback from the 73-61 deficit with 1:33 left. They nailed two three point shots, and Al Freeman missed the second of one free throw and the front end of another. This allowed Clemson to get the lead whittled down to 74-71 with 33 seconds remaining. Then, Torin Dorn stole the ball, leading to a dunk by Yertseven to make it 76-71 with 21 seconds left.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    11th January 2018, 23:20
    I am VERY pleasantly shocked! The case against Markell Johnson was dismissed in the second pre-trial hearing. Now, this is unusual for a felony assault charge. However, he is immediately reinstated to the team and can play. https://www.foxsports.com/college-basketball/story/nc-state-s-johnson-cleared-to-return-after-charge-dismissed-011118 For felony assault charges to be so quickly dismissed tells me that it either became very clear early on that he was an innocent bystander, or that the nature of the charges originally filed were extremely weak. The only slight qualification I will provide is that the charges were dismissed without prejudice. Dismissal with prejudice legally means the DA cannot ever bring the charges back to life. In this case, the DA in Ohio could decide to bring them back to life, but that's very rarely ever done. Regardless, it's great news for him and for the Wolfpack! Ken
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    11th January 2018, 22:30
    LSmith replied to a thread Clemson 2 in Men's Basketball
    After the bullshit 3 point foul call on Hunt Keatt's gets the game ball for calling the time out right before the 3rd free throw. Regardless of the sloppy ending in this game this was an impressive win over the 19th ranked team in the country. I mentioned in a previous thread that Yert if used correctly according to his skill set he would be the hardest player in the conference to guard. He came in the game shooting only 9 3 point shots and making 6 for 60 plus %. Tonight he hit 5 out of 6 from behind the arc. Not saying Yert should be jacking up 20 threes a game but when he can make other teams "bigs" have to guard him on the perimeter he becomes deadly. That is what the NBA scouts see in Yert and we just need to allow him to play his game.
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    11th January 2018, 22:13
    LSmith replied to a thread Markell Johnson in Men's Basketball
    Markell on the bench tonight.
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    11th January 2018, 22:01
    LSmith started a thread Clemson 2 in Men's Basketball
    1:33 left Pack 73 Clemson 61 Stat of the game: Clemson 16 turnovers, Pack 2 turnovers Batts-5 steals Y7- 27 points
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    10th January 2018, 21:22
    Moving to trial in Ohio. http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22005801/assault-case-nc-state-johnson-resumes-next-week Ken
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    10th January 2018, 12:08
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread After Duke in Men's Basketball
    We have been a spectacularly unpredictable team this year. That's not the same as underperforming. I think the reality is that college basketball has become unpredictable. Moreover, the margin between teams isn't as great and so a lot of the outcome comes down to coaching, preparation, and commitment. If the coach has his mind elsewhere, no amount of talent on the court is going to result in winning basketball. We have also become Duke Kryptonite, having beaten them rather consistently compared to other ACC teams. Last year's team suffered from internal issues. Other than the lamentable situation with Johnson, this team does not appear to suffer from that. They appear a tight knit group and I certainly see a very active coaching staff making them better. Omer Yertseven's game has improved dramatically and he has gone from fringe talent to legitimate NBA caliber talent. Ken
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    9th January 2018, 23:31
    LSmith started a thread After Duke in Men's Basketball
    During the 2016-17 season NC State went in to Cameron with a 13-7 record (2-5 in the ACC) and pulled off a huge upset over Duke and a rare win in Cameron. That win gave Pack fans hope for what had been a somewhat underachieving season. As it turned out Pack fans really did not know the meaning of "underachieving" because the team went on to finish the season 1-10 after the upset of Duke. How will this team respond after this past Saturday's huge upset? I look forward to a Coach Keatt's team to compete and get better. Not expecting miracles and not saying I am even expecting a winning conference record to call this season a success. Last season we were not even competitive in most of those 10 losses after Duke getting beat by double digits in most of those games. Our 1rst 2 ACC games of this season reminded me too much of last season. I want to see a team that will put this Duke high point of the season behind them and compete and build on it. Don't know if that will mean a Dance bid, NIT bid, or no bid at all but just want to see a team that fights for 40 minutes a game regardless if the shots are falling. If we do that I will feel good about Keatts and where the program is heading regardless of our 2017-18 win/loss record.
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  • D Wolf's Avatar
    8th January 2018, 09:07
    D Wolf replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    After the Notre Dame meltdown I didn't pay attention to this game. We were driving back home from out of town during the game. My wife and my son asked if I wanted to listen to the game on the radio. I told them "no". I told my son he could text his friends or play a video game on his phone instead. I didn't want to listen the pounding. Very unusual for me. Family was shocked. About 10 minutes before we get home my son checks the score on his phone and tells me there was about 11 minutes left and we were leading by 9 points. We didn't turn on the radio but we all got in front of the TV when we got home and watched the last 6 minutes or so of the game. I was proud that the team didn't fold in the end and I was pleased that the PNC Arena was filled with more faithful fans than I was. I haven't lived it down at home yet, that I had so little faith in the Pack. I'll take it.
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  • D Wolf's Avatar
    8th January 2018, 08:54
    D Wolf replied to a thread @ ND Jan 3rd in Men's Basketball
    BTW, Notre Dame went to Syracuse on Saturday and beat them without Colson and Farrell. Granted it was a 2 point game, but a road ACC win without your senior point guard and your best player is pretty darn good. Not making excuses for the Pack's impression of a speed bump, but ND is clearly still a good team even without their top two.
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  • Stephen Sparks's Avatar
    7th January 2018, 18:54
    Stephen Sparks replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    And just like that, the Pack 5 totally redeem themselves!!! Of course weíll have to find a way to beat Clemson next week.
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  • Derreck's Avatar
    7th January 2018, 06:36
    Derreck replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Also of note, this is the first time since 1995 that the Pack has defeated Duke in consecutive games.
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  • Derreck's Avatar
    7th January 2018, 06:33
    Derreck replied to a thread @ ND Jan 3rd in Men's Basketball
    LOL, we are NC State!
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    7th January 2018, 06:32
    Derreck replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Yertseven was our MVP! If anyone had any doubt if he was a pro prospect needs to watch this game. Yert held his own going against 2 future pro all-stars. That is wins now against Arizona, Penn State, and Duke. Both Zona and Duke ranked #2 when we defeated them. If we can figure this out against the rest of the teams should be competitive against (Clemson, BC, VT, ETC) we could make a little noise. There is obviously talent to win on this team.
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 22:35
    LSmith replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    If Hines comes back the Offense should be clicking on all cylinders next season.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 21:36
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread The Rebuild in Men's Basketball
    All good and fair comments, and after getting blitzed by Notre Dame, we blitz #2 Duke! Go figure! Ken
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    6th January 2018, 21:30
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Late in the first half, the Pack finally learned how to beat zone defense. If they continue to apply that lesson, this game could be a season turning point. Keatts put Yertseven at the foul line and he caught the pass high and if the defenders collapsed, he was able to pass to a cutter off the baseline or the top of the key. If the defenders played him lose, he was able to pivot and nail the mid range jump shot. It is classic use of a big man to beat a zone defense and it worked very well. Omer Yertseven and Braxton Beverly both played very good games, but Yert took it to another level tonight. He was the difference maker in this game. His stats were fantastic: 16 points on a quality 8-14 effort, nine rebounds, three blocks and one steal. Keatts played him at the eight minute mark in the second half with four fouls and he remained effective offensively and defensively until he finally fouled out with a bit over two minutes remaining. Ken
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  • Prowling Woofie's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 21:29
    Prowling Woofie replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    As I said in a previous post, we ARE N.C. State. Lose by 30 , then beat #2 by 11. Great game by the Pack tonight, especially Yertseven and Freeman. Pick-and-rolled them to death 😊
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 21:26
    LSmith replied to a thread @ ND Jan 3rd in Men's Basketball
    Good call. I need to send you a couple of bucks to put on powerball for me. I will split the win with you.
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    6th January 2018, 21:23
    LSmith replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    We need to play whoever is currently ranked #2 in the nation every game. 2nd time this season we have knocked off #2. Incredible performance by the Pack with 6 player in double figures.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 21:21
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    By the way the rule book is enforced, Yert did not have his arms in the vertical position. It was close, but the elbows have to be abeam his ears and in both his last two fouls, they were ahead of his ears. Yert just has to understand the rules and put his arms further back about two inches and he won't be called for those fouls any longer. It is something that the coaches need to work with him on. But, as it is, the Pack beats a #2 ranked team for the second time in their first 16 games! Pack wins at home 96-85! And the court is stormed and the Pack players made no effort to get off the court as they want to enjoy the party themselves!
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 21:14
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    And they did much better than that! Torin Dorn nailed a three off an inbounds pass with only two second on the shot clock and was fouled! He nails the free throw to stretch the lead to 91-80 with less than a minute left in the game. Duke got a tip in, but the Pack just needs to handle the Duke full court defense and hit their free throws to win this game. Ken
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    6th January 2018, 21:11
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    I'm having a very hard time reminding myself that Braxton Beverly is a true freshman, because his quality of play keeps saying he's not! When Duke was really pressing to retake a lead they haven't had in a very long time, Beverly stepped up and nailed a three, dished to an open three, and then stole the ball and drained both free throws! That has allowed the Pack to maintain their lead, which is now 87-78 with 1:35 left in the game, as both Abu and Yertseven have fouled out of the game. This might be an acceptable time to lose these two big men because Duke is close to the point where they have to foul to get back in the game. Ken
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  • LSmith's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 21:10
    LSmith replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Bagley should be averaging 40 points a game. Anyone that gets close to him gets a foul called on them. Yert just fouled out committing 2 real fouls.
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 20:14
    Ken Stallings started a thread Arizona in Other Schools
    Speaking of teams in crises through underperformance! This year's team is looking to be Arizona, who started the year ranked #2 and lost their first game of the year to NC State. They added their fourth loss today at Colorado, the third unranked opponent they have lost to. After the game, Sean Miller had some very harsh things to say, which one could interpret as harsh on himself as well as the team: In hockey there is something called a "puckless practice," where the coach just skates the team until their tongues are hanging out of their mouths like hound dogs in August in Mississippi! I predict something like that in the near future on an Arizona practice court! Ken
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 20:06
    Everyone wants to focus on UNC and Duke, but frankly, the best looking team in the ACC may well be #8 Virginia, who took UNC to the woodshed at home today, beating the Heels 61-49. Virginia has always played stifling defense, and when you limit UNC to just 49 points for an entire game, what more does one really need to say about the quality of your defense! Ken
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  • Prowling Woofie's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 20:03
    Prowling Woofie replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Mind blown 🤯
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 20:02
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Keatts actually did what I was thinking. And Yert played that role quite well, including a dish to cutting Lennard Freeman, who missed the layup, but Yert followed up with a thunder dunk to give the Pack the lead, one it kept after Duke got called for a charging foul. The Pack goes to the locker room with a 43-41 lead. Ken
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 19:52
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    After Lennard Freeman made one of two free throws at the 7:25 mark to establish that two point lead (and a 12-0 run to get it there), K realized the error and went back to the zone defense and our offense sat on 33 points for a few minutes. Yerseven finally managed an inside score and I think the best idea Keatts could have is to use Yert as the zone beater by putting him at the key and relying upon him passing down to a cutter, or hitting that mid range jumper that he is effective at. Ken
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  • Ken Stallings's Avatar
    6th January 2018, 19:43
    Ken Stallings replied to a thread #2 Duke in Men's Basketball
    Even though we haven't been blown off the court, one gets the impression that Duke is just playing a vastly better brand of college basketball than is NC State. The difficulty this team showed against zone defense, exploited by UNC-Greensboro, is likewise being exploited by a Duke team that hardly ever plays zone defense. What shocks me about this is a Coach K coaching mistake. With about 8:45 left in the first half, K ordered the zone defense to end and return to their traditional man-to-man, and with that the Pack erupted over the next 95 seconds to take a 14 point deficit and turn it into a two point lead. It was like K got stubborn and refused to stay in the zone that totally shut down the Pack offense and led to many fast break points off defensive rebounds. Ken
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    6th January 2018, 16:42
    Prowling Woofie replied to a thread 2018 Squad in Football
    Finley is returning ! 😄
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