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Username Post: Providence        (Topic#20801)
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Reg: 06-06-12
12-06-17 09:44 PM - Post#239397    

Great effort by the Bears' players and staff. Had a chance to win against a Big East team on the road. Young players and team in general should gain confidence from the experience. Too many turnovers thru occasional sloppiness with the ball hurt the Bears.

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Re: Providence
12-06-17 10:37 PM - Post#239434    
    In response to JBears

Yes very good show and genuinely exciting game. Brown played well and showed character. One thing this game highlighted was Brown’s athletic playmaking, which made a difference at points in the game. Took terrible care of the ball - that was the difference. Cambridge threatens to be the most exciting Brown player since Jason Forte - his two-handed pin of Diallo was a sight. You saw MM make a change down low starting Choh and giving he and DeWolf extended run. Fuller seemingly on the outs. Credit Providence for pulling it out down a few key players in a game that looked like they were going to lose.
LET'S go BRU-no (duh. nuh. nuh-nuh-nuh)

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