Fairfield at Niagara: Suge's game report / Gazette

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Re: Fairfield at Niagara: Suge's game report / Gazette

Postby le » Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:03 am

Suge: The difference was our shooting in the second half.


Yeah, it didn't matter if we couldn't rebound shooting 60% in the 2nd stanza. But as NU 1971 said, this team is playing smart ball under GP ; limiting turnovers, playing D, creating turnovers and dishing the ball off when needed (assist/to ratio). YUP, Every win should be celebrated !
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Re: Fairfield at Niagara: Suge's game report / Gazette

Postby barry81 » Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:56 am

Watched the second half on ESPN +. I enjoy watching the PE's this year. Head coach Pawlus has this team hustling on defense, playing with purpose on offense and his rotation works as 9 guys are involved. Looking forward to GP's recruiting and coaching over the next 5 years!
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Re: Fairfield at Niagara: Suge's game report / Gazette

Postby Bugsy1975 » Sat Jan 04, 2020 2:28 pm

The MAAC is so weak this year, that we could win some games. If we get Waterman back soon, and he continues to develop it could be a good year.
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Re: Fairfield at Niagara: Suge's game report / Gazette

Postby le » Sun Jan 05, 2020 11:41 am

The MAAC is so weak this year, that we could win some games. If we get Waterman back soon, and he continues to develop it could be a good year.


Yup, Rider appears to be the only compete team in the MAAC this season. Iona, Siena and Monmouth have all had their struggles and are vulnerable. If we get some size (Waterman) back in the line-up, we could very well go .500 in the league which would be a great achievement.
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