BoiseBYU wrote:After the Gonzaga game, we should have declared victory and gone home. Seriously, we are not deep enough and experienced enough and well coached enough to survive the loss of three starters and compete.
On the surface it's obvious that we are not a team equipped to make a deep run this season. With that being said, UT-Arlington game was one of those where there wasn't much you can do when your opponent shoots 55.3%. That's absolutely incredible. And it wasn't just the 3-ball that usually lays us waste when a team shoots lights out. It was every way they attached the rim, and they were so smooth and pretty much flawless. They knew where each other was going to be. BYU looked like a bunch of guys together to play some Church ball. Their attacks were largely uncoordinated and just happened. I think that is one aspect to the game that thoroughly cause me a lot of frustration to watch.
I'm just wondering if Rose can accomplish much with this group, because if they can't learn any better to dribble penetrate, then we're never going anywhere. It was embarrassing.