I personally do not think to highly of Division II sports and do not spend much time keeping up on what is happening in the world of Division II sports. Many of the athletes think they better at sports then they really are and need someone to give them a reality check. With that said I do have to give props to the Greyhounds of Indianapolis. This division II School, in which I am a proud student and soon to be alumni, went into Knoxville and put a beat down on the #20 Volunteers 79-64. I have to admit when Taylor made me aware of this victory I got a little excited. Like I said I am not a huge fan of Division II sports even though I am a huge fan of smaller schools and I have loved my experience at Uindy. Despite not being a big fan of these sporting events…a win like this does not come along very often.
"Obviously, we're disappointed with the progress we've made, or lack of progress," Pearl said. "What you saw Indianapolis do to us was using our system -- taking the fast break, being patient in the halfcourt and then breaking it down in the end. They were patient. They had a purpose out there. They had chemistry. They were better coached. They knew exactly what they wanted to do and how to execute their game plan." Despite that this win came in the preseason and will not count for either school in the long run…it is a big deal in the eyes of Uindy students and we are proud of our Greyhounds. Great job boys! It was fun to watch you on ESPN!
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