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10 seconds and we're done

Have you noticed with our men's basketball team that when there is 10 seconds on the shot clock, they're cooked?  

Against Pitt, the Mountaineers appeared to never score a point once that 10 second mark had been reached.  Against the evil empire Pitt, Truck would dribble for five more seconds, then drive into a crowd and throw up a prayer with no one in position to rebound.

Truck isn't the only one to do this.  It's as if all the teams' offensive sets and plans are thrown out the window, it's time to panic!

I can't recall if this was also a problem in other games, although I do think this sort of thing occurred against UConn.  Just as football teams practice a two minute drill, perhaps our guys need to work on a ten second drill.

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