December 31st, 2010
ok, it was painful to watch. The loss to Nevada is a little hard to explain. The defense that has kept UH in every game was missing in action. Nevada scored virtually at will. If it wasnt for Vander, it would have been worse.
This is a bad loss. This loss to a Nevada team that was ripe for the taking continues UH's road woes and its steak of never having beaten Nevada in Reno. To compete fior the top half of the WAC you have to win all your games at home and split on the road. This loss puts UH in the position of having to beat both Idaho and Boise next week at home.
Bill Amis worked out with the team and the Bows will need a healthy Amis if it hopes to compete in the WAC. Affter several good games folks were thinking that this team would win 17-18 games and finish in the top three or four, but tonight brought a little dose of reality. It is still a work in progress.
dont forget hoopstalk moves to weds at 6 for the rest of the season. tune in ESPN 1420 for interviews with some of the nation's best coaches and wall to wall hoops talk with jackson and myself. And keep the faith. Remember, this team is only one win away from matching last year's record.