Disclaimer: These notes are paraphrased from a brief conversation with assistant coach Andy Newman. Some information may not be exact quotes but the TitanCentral.com did its best to capture the points being made:
|Dec. 7th, 2006||UCLA|
|Nov. 29th, 2006||Eastern Washington|
|Nov. 25th, 2006||Louisiana-Lafayette|
|Nov. 21st, 2006||UT-San Antonio|
|Nov. 14th, 2006||Hope International|
|Nov. 7th, 2006||SDSU Scrimmage|
- Bobby Brown was phenomenal. Best performance, by far, for him in his career. Scoring 47 and hitting 11 of 13 threes is truly amazing.
- Equally as impressive was his defense. He really stepped it up and played both ends of the floor.
- Perimeter defense was especially good. Marcus Crenshaw played his best defense of the season and Ray Reed always plays well on defense.
- In the first half we were really stagnant on offense. We weren't hitting the open man.
- In the second half, we were much more unselfish, made the extra pass, just an overall better team performance.
- Other players of note: Chris Minardo played well but injured his left knee (mild sprain). He practiced today (Tuesday) but it is definitely slowing him down so he won't be 100% for UL-Lafayette.
- Frank Robinson is playing "steady". Defensively he is playing great.
- Scott Cutley has been cleared to play despite the broken left thumb. He practiced today as well and looks good. He will have a splint on his thumb which should keep it straight. He has another appointment with the doctor in three weeks.
- What happens when/if it gets hit? As long as he keeps the thumb straight then he will be fine.