How he was able to beat GT at our house without their best player is beyond me. Everyone knows GT is so much better than their
2-10 ACC record.
Happy for the win but this did little to give me any confidence in Coach SG, 9 years into his tenure.
Sorry but, I just don't understand this. This is Georgia Tech, not Georgia St. College of the Mines. They have good players who, like kids 19-22, can have days of greatness and ugliness. On top of that, you are talking about VT like a program that should win ACC games by just showing up. Maybe that says something about CSG that he is raised your expectations tho the point that you expect to blow out programs like GT on a nightly basis.
It's frustrating that, after the last two games, anybody can have anything bad to say about this team. They have worked their asses off, through injuries and numerous IV's just to stay on the court. Both players and coaches deserve nothing but praise for this weeks representation of VT athletics....pure heart.
Plus, they appear to be turning the corner and playing better. The freshman are playing better than any group of first year guys I've seen in a long time. I've watched UCLA over the last few years struggle with young recruiting classes, and those were classes made up of higher ranked players than this one. It takes some time for freshman to get it and these guys are starting to turn that corner.
Whatever...I can't believe I allow myself to get sucked into this nonsense.
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