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Published: Tuesday, March 8 2011 10:52 p.m. MST

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Kando
Sterling, Kansas

What a ride you gave us this season. We loose D-Lill to a season ending injury, the coaches have to come up with some new wrinkles in the offense and defense. Then you the team bought into it and rreally gave us a great season, a fun season. So my wife and I want to take our hats off to you to not give up but give us a fun and competitive season. Plus you averaged 6,000 fans at fun they had. Also all this was done with a very young team. Plus with the the new recruits coming in and D-Lill working hard on his rehab. Just watch the clips on him and you will see what I mean. So, it looks like we have a very good team for next year. Work hard in the off season and we have as fans a lot to look forward to next year. Thank you from your biggest Kansas fans. so GoooooooooooWILDCATS!

Walter Bellhaven
Las Vegas, Nevada

Hopefully we stay healthy next season.

TM58
Ogden, UT

As a long time Wildcat supporter I am very disappointed by this loss. Their offense was about as inneffecient as possible. How do you come into an elimination tournament game and only score 22 points in the first half and 18 points in the second half? How do you get outscored by 27 points in 20 minutes of basketball? Weber got drilled in the second half by a score of 45-18. This is embarrassing and I wish that Coach Rahe would communicate more disappointment and regret for both the players and the coaching staff for such a terrible second half performance.

Mind you, this stinker of a tournament performance comes after Weber lost in their own building to these same Montana Grizzlies last year in the Big Sky Tournament. If you remember, they lost to Montana in that game after owning a 22 point lead early in the second half. Two years ago, WSU laid another offensive egg against Montana State in the Big Sky semifinals in their own building. I am very unsatisfied to say the least with how the last three seasons have ended. I expect more from WSU hoops.

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