Conaboy Talks about Making Adjustments
Maryland's offense failed to score against Florida State, and the players didn't need to be reminded after the game…the big zero on the scoreboard was evidence enough.
So what exactly went wrong?
Maryland center Sal Conaboy said the root of the problem may have been more mental than physical.
"I think we came out flat. We never picked it up to another level and that is something you can't do against a team like that," Conaboy said." "Lack of intensity on our part. We didn't match their intensity, we didn't match their aggressiveness and that's something we are going to work on this week."
It's hard to believe there was a lack of intensity given the hype surrounding the game: two undefeated ACC teams in the top 25, who wouldn't get excited for that?
When Conaboy was asked the same question he down trying to find the right words to answer.
"Last week I thought we had good practices, good intensity, and focus and just it didn't carry on to Saturday," Conaboy said. "I'm concerned at all guys though. Guys have a new found focus and everyone made a promise to each other that that would never happen again, so I don't see it ever happening again."
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