Sunday, February 25, 2007

Keeping the Sabbath Holy: Men's B-Ball Takes It Again

Although last week's nominees certainly earned the right to back-to-back Keeping the Sabbath Holy nominations, I decided to go another way. Just in case you missed their efforts,Lomers and Diene , in 33 minutes, accounted for 1 rebound, 2 points, 10 fouls, and a lot of vicious screens. That's fourteen feet of man pulling down one board. I can't fathom how that is possible when 5'10"Tweety "Top Shelf" Carter pulled in seven. It's part their fault and part the fault of their coach. Not surprisingly, I think the person most exemplifying doing nothing to advance Baylor sports this week is Drew Scott.


This has nothing to do with Baylor sports, but seems very BearMeat.

I still blame his big men for being human pylons, but at some point you have to wonder is Drew knows how to develop the players on his squad. "Polyglot"Diene does not have one move to the basket that he can rely on for a decent shot. He hasn't evolved since he came to Baylor two years ago. He can block shots if he doesn't get faked out and fouls. "The Slum Lord" Lomers ability to be a wall on the court is unquestionable, but he doesn't know how to do anything else. I think that if Scott could develop the talent everyone says we have, we would be a good team. I see nothing that indicates Drew is doing anything to make the team better from year to year. For that reason, I name Scott Drew, this week's nominee for Keeping the Sabbath Holy.

How have I never heard of this?

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4 Comments:

  • BearMeat: where the sacred and the profane are fused in the cause of BU Athletics.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 7:23 AM  

  • I agree 10,000%, how long can we run the play where we swing the ball around five feet behind the arc before throwing up a shot with 1 second left on the shot clock?

    Oh, right, for at least four years.

    By Anonymous Brandon Dean Price, at 11:32 AM  

  • We have no philosophy or theme, no go to option when we need a score or a stop. This team is directionless.

    By Blogger Judge Baylor, at 12:58 PM  

  • There is direction, Good Judge. It's backwards. Time for a men's soccer team.

    By Blogger Pat Neffistopheles, at 1:59 PM  

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