Does anyone know whether, in the last timeout, Greg Kampe's final direction to his players was "...and whatever you do, under no circumstances should any of you guard Drew McDonald, the best player in the league!"
It was a brave rally by OU, but in the end Kampe finished where he always has in the HL. And the final final game of Motor City Malaise will have its usual crowd of about 1400 souls, most of whom this year will have driven up from the greater Cincy area.
Gosh, won't it look great on national TV!?
Good thing it's not being played at the Nutter. That would be SO boring.
"She would constantly try to throw [Coach Jeter] off and create distractions," said another source who worked in the athletic department and no longer is at UWM. "All the time. It was bad. I felt bad for him all the time. I told him, 'You're a bigger man than I am.' It was brutal. Sabotage was in the cards." -- From the JS story, March 17, 2016
Post by ghostofdylan on Mar 16, 2019 8:57:20 GMT -6
Wardle, it is NOT a newspaper's job to be a cheerleader for your program. You could suggest MORE coverage, but you cannot dictate HOW your team is covered. Just as in the tiff with Rob Demovsky, a hell of a good reporter, you are flatly WRONG!!!