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    Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    I'm just wondering what everyone thoughts on how Hoiberg coached in his first loss tonight..?

    A few of my observations were:

    1. Obviously UNI controlled the tempo of the game, which is what most people thought would be the key. Does this fall all on the players? i.e. Poor rebounding, not hitting open shots, lack of depth, etc.

    2. The team really responded after CFH called the timeout when I think UNI went up 6 or 8 around the middle of the second half, and we came back out and got it close again.

    3. Could Fred have done something more to get Jake the ball in the in the last minute? Or done something to get JVB more involved in the game besides the pick and pop. (I'm not sure what UNI was doing but that wasn't there at all tonight)

    All in all, it's a game I wish we really would've had, but hopefully the team gets focused and we pack Hilton on Saturday for a W.


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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Agreed. Hopefully just a little reality check for the guys and they come out hungry.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    is it just me or did JVB not seem into it.. to me he kinda seemed tired course when you play 90% of the time you would be



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Our foul trouble really limited what he could do.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    You can't beat the officials and the other team when you aren't making shots. Doesn't matter who the coach is.




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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    well i think he is sticking to his guns and still telling DG to shot with confidence when he should have told him to pass the mother ******..IMO



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    Our foul trouble really limited what he could do.
    Definitely agree with this. I thought it really hurt having Big Mell in foul trouble the most, and you could definitely tell he was frustrated.


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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    UNI, and the officials, dictated the speed of this game from the start. So yes, Fred was outcoached tonight for sure.

    Fred really needs to get on DG when he notices that he's not hitting his shots. Fred has basically said that this is DG's Team, but that doesn't mean he should let him just do stupid things all night.

    And I'd like to see a bit more enthusiasm out of Fred. Those refs deserved and earful several times tonight. Stand up and fight for your guys every now and then Fred.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    I think he should have put the ball in Jake's hands for one of those possessions.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Looked to me like they couldn't rebound and nothing was falling in. I'm not sure what coaching had to do with that.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Quote Originally Posted by clonedude View Post
    UNI, and the officials, dictated the speed of this game from the start. So yes, Fred was outcoached tonight for sure.

    Fred really needs to get on DG when he notices that he's not hitting his shots. Fred has basically said that this is DG's Team, but that doesn't mean he should let him just do stupid things all night.

    And I'd like to see a bit more enthusiasm out of Fred. Those refs deserved and earful several times tonight. Stand up and fight for your guys every now and then Fred.
    Tonight was probably a good learning experience about what the sideline is like on the road. He was OK.

    There's always a couple of things we'd want to see different after a loss. That's one of them, but Fred's a sharp guy. He'll adapt.


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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ry4Cy View Post
    well i think he is sticking to his guns and still telling DG to shot with confidence when he should have told him to pass the mother ******..IMO


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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    Foul trouble and shooting the ball like crap lost this game. CFH did everything he needed to do. UNI may have dictated the tempo more than we would have liked but your players have got to hit shots when they get good looks...we had good looks all night that didn't fall. Sucks.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    I would have liked to see a little more fire but that said...

    worried bout his pacemaker (seriously! i want to se CFH around a while)
    and GMac never let the boys play and the were to busy running his ridiculous play set.
    Guide the kids, build there trust and confidents, and LET THEM PLAY. they will learn.



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    Re: Hoiberg Coaching (at UNI)

    I really think when we have more depth, Freddy will take the opportunity to slap on a full court press once in a while in games like this, to change the tempo.

    That wouldn't work with this team, because there's no big guy to go at the back of the press, and we don't have the bodies.


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