January 18th 2012
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It's funny how our memories work. In our mind's eye we compare this year's freshman PG (Teague) with his predecessors (knight and Wall). But what we see is the finished product of Knight and Wall and compare it with the work in progress of Teague. Only when we are reminded to we realize how they looked at this point of the season, and even then the image is fuzzy.
Yet when we look at the numbers, lo' and behold, Teague is actually ahead of where both Knight and Wall at this point of the season.
Let's hope next fall we are raising #8, while we are wondering if the new guy can "cut it" as he struggles through the transition from playing prep ball to playing for the Cats. :-)
posted at 10:33 PM on Jan 19th 2012
Gary Kuchenbrod said...
I really like this guy a lot better than Brandon Knight. Just proves that you don't have to be a prolific scorer to be a great point guard!
posted at 1:15 PM on Jan 18th 2012
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