"We had a stretch where I thought we should have kept the ball a little bit better and we attacked with too much urgency instead of stretching them out and making them work harder. That's early signs of a team that has not been playing that much. You have to have the experience at that point to now realize what it is going to take to kill a game off."BANG!
Hammer . . . Meet the Nail's Head
Tommy Soehn on that ugly patch of "here--have the ball please" play late in the first half that I discussed last night . . .