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Played his best game
Jovan Stulic played his best game since he got here. Darrell has given the young man every opportunity as he has started many games since joining the team. Always seemed like a good kid, who gave it his all, but I just didn't think he had "it". Really had trouble understanding why Darrell gave him so many minutes. Well, if he continues to play like he did tonight, coach can give all the minutes he wants to. I'd love to eat "crow" and see Jovan be an All-Sun Belt player this season.
11-10-2021 01:08 AM
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I admit I thought the same thing. But sometimes kids have good instincts in ways coaches can see that I can't see, and coaches are smart enough to be patient with them.
11-10-2021 08:06 AM
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He really had a lot of fire last night. Keep it up!
11-10-2021 04:52 PM
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