you might have me confused with another poster on those quotes...I've certainly been a bit surprised that Scott hasn't fully developed into a trusted first/second scoring option...I've definitely put some of that on Hodge for not running sets that put Scott in advantageous areas more...
I think I at least have been equally critical of everyone.
we get it though...you and Jason split a 20 piece chicken fingers meal, accidentally reached for the same piece, touched hands, locked eyes...and ever since it just feels like you're walking on clouds and you get super emotional when anyone says anything but the dreamiest things about him.
I think by the 25th of January we would have defeated Fordham, LSU, and arguably Boise State. All three were games we probably should have won at the time. Now I would expect all three to be losses by more than we lost to them then.
the whole thread is nothing but "Edwards hasn't hit a winner" and "we'd be so douchebaged without Edwards". both things are true.
that Edwards hasn't hit a dagger like we grew used/addicted to with TP and Javion, is a bit on him and a lot more on Hodge for end-game play calls and on the fact that I wouldn't really trust anyone else on the team to take the winner.
the entire team/season is a disappointment, but you're making it out to be that everyone is blaming a .500 year entirely on our leading scorer and that's just dumb.
Lots of funny stuff but no quotes. You guys are masters of the double & triple quote, but now it’s radio silence 🤐 . You must remember when you stated that A-Scott was The Incredible Disappearing Player or how the bigger the moment the smaller he plays. There must be something. Of course it would be followed by others that agreed. Quote it.