It figures it was Harris that made the 3 to tie the game as I knew it wasn't going to be Vaughn or Seeley. The joy was short lived. We must have gone into choking dog mode a la Nevada, a la Stanford, a la EWU, and now UW.
Seeley and Kawame traded turnovers and bricks over the last five minutes.
FKKING BLLSHT. Absolute garbage from our two best players, crumple up like paper dolls for us on the road. Posession after posession after posession. Bunch of FKKING BLLSHT.
Its what Johnson Sr. said - evey game the team fatigues. DJ is All-American every first half, and pedestrian the second half. When we get physically fatigued decision making also goes, and that is what seems to be happening each game. Great ball players, but not enough size and not enough rest. Our system works better for these guys when there are 9 or 10 guys rotating throughout, and when they aren't bodying up players much larger than they are..
UW coming back was fatigue. Blowing the last 1:45 was just 20-year-old foolishness.
Harris jumped on a kid's head trying to stuff; he should not have left his feet.
DJ tried for a steal and game-winning dunk when he could have just slowed down a physically-overmatched foe until the ten seconds were dead. This was a play for the overtime situation, and there were two examples of "youngblood" heroics, instead.