We definitely are built to run with our athletes and length, but it seems teams can really hurt our offense when we play a half court game (see Wyoming and UCSB games). This has been a problem since Boyle has taken over. Our assists/game is much better compared to last year, and I'm happy for that. I beleve we were bottom 10 in the country last year. This year, we are at least mediocre in that department. At home, we get to the line so much that it really covers up our deficiencies of a true PG. I'm not sure if our offense needs a true PG though. Dinwiddie is more of a combo guard to me that can pass and shoot. I'm not saying we need a true pass first PG. I just think something is wrong with an offense that relies on getting to the free throw line to generate points. On the road/neutral, we won't go to the line as much, and then we have guys forcing up bad shots thereby losing to bad teams. I know winning on the road is much harder in college bball than any other sport, but I'm afraid we will have trouble on the road again this year if we don't fix our half court issues. In both neutral court games, we shot terrible. Will it be the same or worse in a hostile environment? I hope we can go 5-4 on the road and win all of our home games. That would be perfect from my perspective with our young team. Thoughts?