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So far Henderson looks solid. He is taking better shots, that's the difference.
Our big men look like crap against big guys with skill. Bad.
Kill that man Patrick WIllis!
Hold tight guys. Most of us knew this would happen. This is a championship caliber team.
Buckner is lost
At least the super bowl is tomorrow
PositivePete- Dasshatriggeman is a bama plant on this site. His dugie houser underling always up votes him.
Good grief we look awful. Just call it at half and get back to Oxford boys. Terrible effort. This team is in serious need of some balls.
They are in need of defense. It's so bad. We could get by with our streaky shooting if we could defend...but we can't.
The SEC is down and very bad overall and we are just slightly better than we have been in the past. Kentucky and Florida are obviously heads and tails above us still. We have no defense and no scorers with the exception of Henderson. Buckner and Holloway can't make a basket in the paint and nobody can make a free throw. I hate to be down on our team, but these are all facts that can't be denied.
Guys lets be real. We lost by 14 to a top 5 team (possible the #1 team), on the road in gainsville with our 2 6th's man on the bench. They were both 20 minute guys. And Florida is just that good.
Did anybody notice how much more talented their big men were?
I'm not disputing that Florida has a fantastic team. What concerns me is that we weren't even competitive. We look clueless on offense, can't hit a free-throw to save our lives, Buckner and Holloway are offensively anemic, and now we aren't even playing defense or rebounding very well (which was our staple).
Just like KY game can't make a layup . Without Henderson we lose by 25.
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