Mark Schmidt has heard the phrase before, but he doesn’t endorse it.
We’re all amateur bracketologists this time of year.
Jalen Adaway was still in full uniform when he decided his night on Bob Lanier Court wasn’t finished. He started at the free throw line and shot for a bit before moving to the opposite 3-point arc, shooting jumpers from the exact spot he’d missed a buzzer-beating overtime bid 45 minutes prior.
Mark Schmidt made his message loud and clear when he addressed his newly crowned Atlantic 10 champions on Saturday afternoon.
St. Bonaventure clinches first men’s Atlantic 10 regular season championship, No. 1 seed in A-10 Tournament
The St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team is the Atlantic 10’s outright regular season champion for the first time in its history.
Mark Schmidt had, true to form, waited a while before clearing his bench,
The St. Bonaventure Bonnies make no bones about it: they scoreboard-watch like the rest of us…
Jalen Adaway’s teammates reacted to his tentativeness with less of an admonition and more an example of positive peer pressure.
Jalen Adaway didn’t pump fake this time, deciding it was time to trust his jump shot with a pack of doubting Wildcats giving him ample real estate.
Irondequoit ended the first quarter on a 9-3 run and closed the second quarter scoring 11 of the last 17. The Eagles responded each time the undefeated Titans threatened to put the game out of reach, making the Titans play catch-up by game’s end. Irondequoit won 61-57, improving its record to 4-2…