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Maybe so, but that doesn't mean he won't prioritize trying to get his team fixed over a post-game radio interview after his team played so bad there isn't much to say other than we have to work to get this fixed.
So only do postgame pressers after wins? I wanna hear from him during the good times AND bad. It’s that kinda stuff that comes off as sore loserish. There are tons of stuff I’d rather not do at work but my job requires me to do them so I do it. Should be the same case here.
... No really, deuces.
"Enjoy the ride."
Luckily the good Shockers have a larger sample size than the bad. Hopefully this isn’t an unraveling though. Disappointed in the players and coach. Feels the team was very lackadaisical, from rebounding to offensive sets (or lack of). Making shots makes any team look better but the effort level is the most concerning to me.
Nothing you can do about not making FG shots - it happens and I can accept it. However, this lethargic cement in our shoes effort that carried over from Philly on through the first 35 minutes is unacceptable. Just no energy is baffling.
I don't think he is going to get something fixed in the 3 minutes it takes a to do the post-game show. It also might give him a chance to get some perspective and let the emotions of being embarrassed on national tv to settle.
It is weak.
If it is that important to you and others that is fine. That sentiment should probably be conveyed to Coach Marshall and perhaps some are doing that. It appears that e-mails should be sent to 3G's special assistant Ryan Hilliard at: email@example.com