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    So what do the sweet 16 teams have in common?

    From the men's games I saw...

    1. A guard that can penetrate.

    2. At least one bruiser in the post.

    3. Stellar outside shooting...not so much. Some do, some don't. Two of the prominent teams the live by three, died by the three (Duke and Drake).


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    Re: So what do the sweet 16 teams have in common?

    You have to have good if not great guards, post guys help but guards are a must. If you dont believe that just ask Georgetown.



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    Re: So what do the sweet 16 teams have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by jbhtexas View Post
    From the men's games I saw...

    1. A guard that can penetrate.

    2. At least one bruiser in the post.

    3. Stellar outside shooting...not so much. Some do, some don't. Two of the prominent teams the live by three, died by the three (Duke and Drake).
    I see us meeting #1 and #3 easily next year with DG and LS. #2, depends on CB work ethic in the off season....

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    Re: So what do the sweet 16 teams have in common?

    I believe it is the exact oppisite for Stanford, great posts with just ok guards.



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    Re: So what do the sweet 16 teams have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gordyo5 View Post
    I believe it is the exact oppisite for Stanford, great posts with just ok guards.

    I like Stanfords offense a lot! They prove good D and old fashion basketball still has it's place in college basketball.



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