Monday, November 29, 2010

Acres of news

Things have shifted a bit in the AP's top 25 list.

Purdue's Drey Mingo has been released from the hospital. Thank goodness.

UConn's Stefanie Dolson responded to the verbal taunting of Geno Auriemma with a good game.

Candice Wiggins speaks about World AIDS Day, coming up Wednesday.

Penn State is 6-1 under Coquese Washington.

All that extra work is paying off for Tennessee forward Glory Johnson, who is the SEC Player of the Week.

Oregon forward Amanda Johnson is the Pac-10 Player of the Week.

Brittney Griner of Baylor and Jordan Hooper of Nebraska are the Big 12 Players of the Week.

ESPN has some tasty info after a high school tournament last week. There was the Turkey Jam in Memphis, and the subsequent player evaluation sheet. Good stuff.

Bonus: three reasons why enthusiasm will make you a better coach.


Scamp said...

Geno can't even compliment a player without sniping at her: kind of, a little bit!

... “Stefanie was good,” Auriemma said. “She was actually kind of involved in the game. She was a little bit of a presence on defense. She rebounded the ball a little bit. We need a presence in there. That first half we played 2-on-5. It was Bria and Maya against LSU. In the second half we played 4-on-5, 5-on-5, and when we do that, we’re really good.” ...

Sue Favor said...

Passive-aggressive people are so annoying.