Jump to content

2021 - 2022 SFA Thread


Recommended Posts

Tarleton is a pain in the TobinFrost. SFA played like doo doo and still had a chance. 

Looked like world beaters against UTRGV early, only to struggle in the second half...

Big trip to Huntsville Saturday. Fourth game in a week, hope our legs will hold up. Gotta limit Flagg if we want the win

Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 hours ago, cotton84 said:

Does SFA have any restrictions on attending basketball games due to Covid ?

Not that I know of. That discussion got a little heated recently with alumni complaining about the lack of attendance at games…

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

On 1/13/2022 at 9:48 AM, topher805 said:

Tarleton is a pain in the TobinFrost. SFA played like doo doo and still had a chance. 

Looked like world beaters against UTRGV early, only to struggle in the second half...

Big trip to Huntsville Saturday. Fourth game in a week, hope our legs will hold up. Gotta limit Flagg if we want the win

Well I have been a little remiss on getting on here to post

That awesome Hooten Defense Saturday leads the Kats to a thrilling 49-41 victory 

Lol 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, Coach0001 said:

Well I have been a little remiss on getting on here to post

That awesome Hooten Defense Saturday leads the Kats to a thrilling 49-41 victory 

Lol 

I wanted Keller fired. I’ve cooled down but I’m not sold he is the guy to lead this team where we want to be. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

7 hours ago, cotton84 said:

71 -46 was a popular score in the WAC tonight. 

Yes it was. Glad to see those smug jerks lose. GCU and NMSU were both talking a ton of crap about SFA and Sam coming into the WAC, and how we didn’t know what we were getting into. 

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, topher805 said:

Yes it was. Glad to see those smug jerks lose. GCU and NMSU were both talking a ton of crap about SFA and Sam coming into the WAC, and how we didn’t know what we were getting into. 

Same score beatdowns in East Texas at Coliseums named Johnson lol

Screenshot 2022-01-21 at 7.32.43 AM.png

  • Like 1
  • Thanks 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

13 hours ago, villagegenius said:

SFA is so hard to watch on offense. 

Part of it is injuries. Part is fatigue. Part is poor coaching...

Losing Roti was bad, but that injury keeps lingering because of the drop in confidence from the team. He was a true team leader, and losing that has hurt morale more than anything. Losing Hawkins has magnified problems significantly. Posey has stepped up, but Tezeno hasn't gotten many chances and Coffey has a nice cozy spot on the bench. 

The WAC schedule has been pretty brutal to date and now we have a massive road trip that is going to really push us.

Keller is on my last nerve. No adjustments. I think losing Cox and Mason is bigger than anyone could have realized...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

8 hours ago, topher805 said:

Part of it is injuries. Part is fatigue. Part is poor coaching...

Losing Roti was bad, but that injury keeps lingering because of the drop in confidence from the team. He was a true team leader, and losing that has hurt morale more than anything. Losing Hawkins has magnified problems significantly. Posey has stepped up, but Tezeno hasn't gotten many chances and Coffey has a nice cozy spot on the bench. 

The WAC schedule has been pretty brutal to date and now we have a massive road trip that is going to really push us.

Keller is on my last nerve. No adjustments. I think losing Cox and Mason is bigger than anyone could have realized...

I tend to agree with this. Once upon a time you could hang your hat on SFA under Keller playing their tails off for 40 minutes on defense and that helping to create offense, on top of them actually being decent on offense. I don’t see the same intensity on defense, and it’s just very stagnant on the offensive end. Again, hard for me to watch. I do, and will continue to do so, but that doesn’t mean I necessarily enjoy it. 

I know it’s a different style of basketball that Keller wants to play…but where are the offensive threats that SFA had in the Underwood era? Always felt like there were multiple guys on those teams who were knockdown shooters but were too small or not fast enough or whatever excuse big boys wanted to use, along with some studs who could get buckets almost anyway they needed with the same poor adjectives attached to them. Basicallly they had upper level talent, but got pigeonholed because of their size. Now? I feel like it’s just a bunch of guys who fit the high major profile physically but just aren’t as talented. If that makes any sense at all. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

21 minutes ago, villagegenius said:

I tend to agree with this. Once upon a time you could hang your hat on SFA under Keller playing their tails off for 40 minutes on defense and that helping to create offense, on top of them actually being decent on offense. I don’t see the same intensity on defense, and it’s just very stagnant on the offensive end. Again, hard for me to watch. I do, and will continue to do so, but that doesn’t mean I necessarily enjoy it. 

I know it’s a different style of basketball that Keller wants to play…but where are the offensive threats that SFA had in the Underwood era? Always felt like there were multiple guys on those teams who were knockdown shooters but were too small or not fast enough or whatever excuse big boys wanted to use, along with some studs who could get buckets almost anyway they needed with the same poor adjectives attached to them. Basicallly they had upper level talent, but got pigeonholed because of their size. Now? I feel like it’s just a bunch of guys who fit the high major profile physically but just aren’t as talented. If that makes any sense at all. 

Jossell is a good shooter and I think Hawkins can knock down shots when healthy. Roti was another good shooter before he went down. Unfortunately, that is the list...David has been unusually bad lately. Posey hasn't developed a consistent shot yet. No clue on how Willis sees the floor at all. Tezeno is still very raw and needs to develop. Part of his development needs to be in-game though because he is so athletic he can be a difference maker on the defensive end. 

I do understand what you mean about the undersized/HM comment. Kingsley, Parker, and Taylor Smith were small but bruisers. Gavin is that same mold. Nana is a HM build but is dealing with a sophomore slump. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...