We have one forward -- French. And he has to slow the fuok down when he goes to finish. He's been rushing things -- understandable against Seton Hall, not High Point. We got nothing out of Gordon when it counted and even less out of Santos because of his dismissal. What the heck are you trying to compare here? Bess was our third forward. So we need to see who or what can replace Foreman and Bess with. Bell a project. That's all he's going to be this year. Diarra is even more of a project. I don't advocate two projects at the sam eposition at the same time but Ford must know what he's doing, no? Perkins is the wild card --- can he play well enough? And hankton remains an enigma. Another injury for KC prior to the High Point game which he could ill afford to lose the potential court development time.
And just what are you looking at for the fear of the A10? Who has this fearful frontcourt? At best, maybe Dayton with Toppin, Landers, Mikesell, Tshimanga and Johnson. The rest isn't that great. VCU has Santos-Silva. Duquesne has Michael Hughes and Baylee the Beanpole. Davidson has no front line but a bunch of exterior shooters, Brajokivic included. Geedubya? Meh. The Joey's? Meh. La Salle starts four guards and has two guards first off their bench. Rhodey is Langevine and pray for rain. The Bonnies has an offensively-challenged Ossunniyi. Umass is too young. Fordham is, well, Fordham. Mason tends to go brain dead with Wilson and Calixte. In the A10, we can start French, Perkins, Goodwin, Collins and Jimmmmerson and be pretty fine.
Relax. It's early. Belmont is a key test. I had that marked as such in the very beinning. So too will be Auburn, KState and BC. Seven newcomers. Relax. This is what the OCC is all about.