Been watching the games and it has been strange. You can tell he is doing
exactly what the Coaches want him to do, stand in the corner for a kick out and
then crash the boards. But that isn't his strength. He moves so well
without the ball to get open and shoot, but when you have a team that is only
been together for a week and runs very few actual plays, it is obvious others
have been told to drive the lane. Great talent on the team and unstoppable if
they had a month to prepare and practice together.Too bad. Tyler is
a great player. He could do more.I just don't want him to get
hurt. BYU needs him next year, healthy and ready to go.
Thank you for sharing your faith and testimony Mr. Haws. Good luck, stay
healthy, and have a great time.Godspeed!GO UTES!!
I like Haws Thinking........shoot and pray! ....or you could do as the Utes,
shoot and hire another coach?
Life outside the WCC sure seems tough
How did BYU miss out on getting at least one of the Bachynski brothers? The one
that plays for ASU is a beast!
Like most people who take advantage of the weak, vulnerable, and lascivious,
I'll probably hate myself in the morning, but Chris is right--life has been
tough for Tyler outside the WCC. He only scored 23 points with 9 rebounds, 5
assists and 3 blocks against Florida State. Against Notre Dame, all he could
muster was a measily 24 points to go along with 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2
steals. Then there was his 42-point debacle against V-Tech, 14 against the U
(which would have led U scorers), 37 against Washington, and 25 against Baylor.
Tough indeed! C'mon, Chris! Go strong or go home!