Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by olVENICEdog, Apr 4, 2004.
Refs blew it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11 :cuss:
There was no foul. She was traveling and had to get rid of the ball.
A true fan says she was fouled.
That damn call when the Tennessee player hit it out of bounds and the refs callied it out on LSU then they threw it in and that white girl popped that three. IF the refs wouldnt of blown that call, then that shot where they stole it would of put it into OT. :dis:
If Semoine wouldn't ahve launched that long shot..
and ran the clock down to 6 secons when we were up by 2 then the game probably would have been over. That was a big one also. We shot ourselves in the foot.
yeah, that was a choke job to a good team.
that last Zolman three was clutch and very impressive.
johnson was kind of carrying the team and looked like she tried too hard on that last possesion.
The last possesion wasn't neccesarily all Johnson's fault, her team abandoned her back there, Augustus, or somebody needed to be behind her, or even with her to make sure she got the ball up the court.
she lost control before they got very close, I dont think it mattered either way.
We should be playing for the national championship. Bone Head mistake. :champs:
Not to be too down on LSU's girls, but had that team won the national championship, it would've been a sad statement for the quality of women's basketball.
Other than Augustus and occasionally Hodges, that team is not very good at all. I know everyone loves Temeka Johnson, but she makes horrible decisions and plays out of control all the time (end of Tenn game a prime example). Did anyone see when she dribbled 100 mph coast to coast and threw up a horrible shot against the bottom of the backboard against Georgia? It wasn't even on a fast break, either.
The big girls can't even hit a lay up under the bucket, A LAY UP!
That said, Augustus is amazing. Most of her shots during the tournament weren't even hitting the rim before going in. The problem with women's basketball are that there are only 5 or 6 Seimone's coming out each year, two go to UConn, three go to Tennessee and the other one goes somewhere local.