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The Human Hyena, old man meat. Good fit for young Meats
« on: October 28, 2017, 06:40:25 PM »
http://cjonline.com/sports/catzone/2017-10-28/mawdo-sallah-provides-experience-inside-k-state-basketball
This is likely our starting post.  He is taller than DJamer and just as tenacious.  Plus Mantool is a backup. Followed by Meatfart.


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Re: The Human Hyena, old man meat. Good fit for young Meats
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2017, 10:26:27 PM »
Oscar QUOTE
At age 23 with two years of Division I ball, Sallah brings the Wildcats much needed experience in the post along with junior college transfer Makol Mawien.

“I call him grandpa,” K-State coach oscar Weber said. “He smiles, but I don’t know if he’s mad or not. He gives you experience; he played in the NCAA Tournament last year. He gives us that older guy who knows what’s going on. He wants to get better.

We have 3 young bigs that need a silent leader to follow.  We have 4 Meats to play the post.  We can harangue KU's thin front court, and WVA ain't gonna wear us down.  I want Claws to be just a power forward.

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Re: The Human Hyena, old man meat. Good fit for young Meats
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2017, 11:02:28 AM »
gE could learn a thing or two from oscar about creating nicknames