Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by shang, Oct 27, 2012.
First hand from Tad, he thought they won by 10 or 12, and they're coming around, but still have a lot of work to do. He said they're not a real good team right now, but they beat a less good team. The freshmen are still learning.
that's great! any comments on the individuals? highlights? etc.... also will they have another scrimmage between now and Wofford?
I'm sorry by "they won by 10 or 12" are you referring to the Buffs?
Sounds like it but a bit unclear.
Tad's enough of a perfectionist that they could have blown them off the floor and he would think the Buffs were a bad team.
That said unless you have a class like Kentucky or Duke normally gets freshman do take some time to adjust to the college game. We will likely be a much better team after 10 games than we are at the start.
agreed, I think they start of similiarly to last year, hopefully getting better as each week goes by and are strong during conference play.
Sorry, no real other news, and I've never really talked to him about individuals that much before, besides obvious stuff, things like over the summer he said Spencer had gotten much stronger physically, which is pretty obvious if you see him.
No stats! It is to informative!
BUt...if those stats are believed..... Spencer has not lost a step from what made him a standout pg in high school
holy hell on Mayor's stats.... we might need to revise his 15-5-5 prediction :lol:
As I said in an earlier thread, The Mayor will have games with stat lines like that. He'll also have games where he scores 30 and has 1 or 2 assists.
On average, he'll probably end up around 15ppg with 5 or 6 apg.
Shut it with your logic. 15-10-5.
man, what would it be like if he could go a la oscar robertson and avg a triple double!!!
This was from last week, but I just read this last night: It was in an ESPN insider article on holding "secret scrimmages" vs having exhibition games and CU was mentioned.
One of the more interesting secret scrimmages this season took place this weekend, when Larry Brown's Southern Methodist Mustangs hosted Tad Boyle's Colorado Buffaloes. Boyle played for Brown at Kansas and credits him for a great deal of his coaching philosophy. So in that case, their familiarity with each other and their systems will allow them to give and receive detailed, unfiltered feedback.
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