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Discussion in 'Drexel Dragons' started by dan10, Dec 9, 2015.
50-31 12 mins left
2 fg's in 16 minutes
Under 8 timeout. 61-41 USC with USC at the line to finish an and-1. Thank goodness USC has been outright awful from the FT line. Terrell Allen has already fouled out. Already over 40 combined fouls
6 mins left the other williams fouled out.
We are top 10 in the country in percentage of team points scored by free throws. We are also top 10 in the country in percentage of points our opponents score from the free throw line.
72-49 3 mins left
Yikes.. 9-19 from the line. Tavon was back in form 6-18 from the field 2-7 from 3.
Tooooooo many fouls. Like Dan and Adam talked about on Twitter, there's a certain number of these that should be "coached out" of the scheme. 3 Dragons fouled out tonight. That's unbelievable.
South Carolina went 23-39, so not much better percentage-wise. Both teams fouled a lot and both teams sucked on the free throw line throughout the game. 47 fouls combined is just a very large number especially since with 10 or 11 minutes left there were already 40 fouls, so it calmed up late or it would have been worse.
Kaz was our bright spot, he looked confident out there especially shooting the ball.
USC postgame is up. Dan I overwhelmingly agree with you on what you posted.
Normally we save that for the CAA tourney.
Good call on the score
I don't know why anyone wouldn't play a zone against Drexel at all times. It's less tiring too.
Good read and agree with what you have said. Thanks for the praise as well. For those curious on youtube was Frank Martin's post game presser and its pretty good as well. He starts out acknowledging Rodney's injury but throughout also makes some good remarks about their gameplan going in and why it was a waiting game before it kicked in (depth/wearing down obviously for those who dont want to listen to him). It is long, like 11 minutes, but I thought it was a pretty good presser and very mild for Frank Martin. Maybe he is a changed man from his K-state days.