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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #150 on: January 04, 2023, 09:03:48 PM »
Last night was a testament of playing free and easy and not GAF if it's a high scoring game.  Just go play.
Yep, at the end of the game, they were telling Nowell to just play and do his thing…he missed a 3 early in the shot clock and I groaned, and they showed the sideline and they were encouraging him. I think it was just two possessions later Nowell took another early shot clock 3 and drained it and looked over and seemed to indicate that he appreciated the green light. Maybe I am interpreting that wrong tho.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a KSU team play as unbridled as this team has thus far.

Would have earned you a time out on the bench last year.  Half court ally-oop dunk? bench.
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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #151 on: January 04, 2023, 11:20:21 PM »
Last night was a testament of playing free and easy and not GAF if it's a high scoring game.  Just go play.
Yep, at the end of the game, they were telling Nowell to just play and do his thing…he missed a 3 early in the shot clock and I groaned, and they showed the sideline and they were encouraging him. I think it was just two possessions later Nowell took another early shot clock 3 and drained it and looked over and seemed to indicate that he appreciated the green light. Maybe I am interpreting that wrong tho.

Tang said he just wanted to slow us down, "just a little bit." Yeah, I'm guessing you're right.

I looked at the pbp and it says Nowell missed one three in the second half and it was with 6 on the shot clock. I didn't look at the first half though!

Pete isn't crazy, iirc the miss was right after a side inbounds play and it was definitely a rushed, deep, out of system shot.

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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #152 on: January 05, 2023, 06:01:27 AM »

Pete isn't crazy, iirc the miss was right after a side inbounds play and it was definitely a rushed, deep, out of system shot.
No I kind of remembered it too! But it's not on the second half PBP unless there was less time on the shot clock than we realized watching it live.

There was definitely a quick 3 in the first half that led to a transition 3 the other way.

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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #153 on: January 05, 2023, 06:14:14 AM »
Just amazing stat lines all around, but the tuck in me loves 31-33 FTs the most. Wow.
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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #154 on: January 05, 2023, 02:35:04 PM »
I'm gonna miss those 58 - 55 midweek road slugfests against TCU. What was the euphemism _FAN used? Grinder or something like that.
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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #155 on: August 30, 2023, 04:45:33 AM »
It's awesome to hear that you're gearing up for the Texas game in Austin! It's always a thrill to experience a new gaming event, especially one like the beat down. The anticipation must be building up, and I can totally picture you fist pumping your face off in the midst of all the excitement!

Going to a game in a new location can be such a unique adventure, and Austin has its own vibrant energy that'll surely add to the whole experience. The atmosphere, the crowd, and the games themselves—it all comes together to create a memorable time.

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Re: Texas game 2023
« Reply #156 on: August 30, 2023, 10:46:36 AM »
It's awesome to hear that you're gearing up for the Texas game in Austin! It's always a thrill to experience a new gaming event, especially one like the beat down. The anticipation must be building up, and I can totally picture you fist pumping your face off in the midst of all the excitement!

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