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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by HallGator, Jan 24, 2014.
What is a euro step. looked like traveling to me
Yeah Hill should def not be the guy to take the last shot....
Gators kept it even when Prather went out with 2 fouls
All 3 with 2.
No reason to sit them. We have depth and these long scoring droughts make it more likely that we lose.
When did we start calling a travel a "euro step?"
Hill and Yeguete should forget about the 3 pt line
That was the best we could come up with in the last 21 seconds of the game?
How about using one of our 4 timeouts and design a play?
Wilbekin better step up cause the offense is playing like crap again. He is dribbling wayyyyy to much. Defense has been great.
Why do officials not call fouls on the team behind on offense rebounds? I'm sick of watching the free ball fouls go against the Gators. Pathetic officiating.
When the Europeans asked us to stop using Euro-trash to describe them.
2 Tenn players bumped heads. Pathetic officiating.
Our defense has been giving Tenn fits, especially in the press. I think they are going to settle down though in the second half and the O'Dome should be rocking. 3 players with 2 fouls may be a problem. The refs seem to think our playing is foul worthy but Tenn play is "spirited."
Yeah, that euro step looked like traveling.
I'm still dumbfounded on how you can give UT a timeout while the player is in the air?
I know this is a bit off topic, but since its halftime I thought I would ask. It is just driving me nuts...who was the Kentucky player a few years back that Dykes kept saying made "violent cuts"? Someone please put me out of my misery. Thanks.
Edit: And who was the "non-shooter"? I think he was on the same team.
Thank God the Vols are only shooting 27% and can't hit their 3's because they're out-rebounding us 20-15.
all he needed was a suitcase
Considering how we have played against UT over the past two years, I'll take this half.
We need to pick it up in the next 20 minutes though. We won't hold them to 19 in the second half.