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Mason, McBrayer, and Murphy are absolutely killing this team on offense. Today's loss was a complete joke and on them.

Lil' Ricky needs to figure this out quickly. The team is starting to look like a CBI invitee.
 

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Bench McBrayer and Murphy. They don't deserve to start. We have no one else to start in place of Mason so he gets to continue his lethargic play until Washington comes and takes his senior starting spot.
 

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Bench McBrayer and Murphy. They don't deserve to start. We have no one else to start in place of Mason so he gets to continue his lethargic play until Whitehead comes and takes his senior starting spot.
Completely agree. Lynch needs more touches and more shooting help around him. Springs offers some shooting, and no one could be worse than Murphy on offense.

Murphy needed to improve that shot badly last offseason. He clearly didn't.
 

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Completely agree. Lynch needs more touches and more shooting help around him. Ayers offers some shooting, and no one could be worse than Murphy on offense.

Murphy needed to improve that shot badly last offseason. He clearly didn't.
Who is Ayers?
 

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Bench McBrayer and Murphy. They don't deserve to start. We have no one else to start in place of Mason so he gets to continue his lethargic play until Whitehead comes and takes his senior starting spot.
And who is Whitehead?
 

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Bench McBrayer and Murphy. They don't deserve to start. We have no one else to start in place of Mason so he gets to continue his lethargic play until Washington comes and takes his senior starting spot.
Doubt it.
 

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all three have been wildly disappointing the last few games but I predict we will see turnarounds. Mason and Murphy especially look to be feeling the pressure to carry the team.


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You always see bad days from young teams.

Ooops, I mean young posters.
 

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Wisconsin. Remember - bad as this one was (and that's a pretty decent Penn State team) we are 3-3 and we have played 4 road games. So we have a couple of home games in hand. We are not in bad shape if we get back to form.
 

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Nate Mason post Purdue game: In his last 4 games, Nate is 13-48 from the field including 2-12 from 3. He's barely 25% from the field and even that number is boosted by a couple of makes late in garbage time against Michigan State.

Jordan Murphy post Purdue game: In his last 4 games, Jordan is 11-29 from the field with ELEVEN turnovers. That's right, Jordan has as many turnovers as made baskets over this stretch.

Dupree McBrayer post Purdue game: In his last 4 games, Dupree is 13-38 from the field. The other thing that stands out with Dupree is that he has had just one assist in each of his last 3 games prior to this stretch he'd had one/zero assists three times all season.

Upside: Somehow the Gophers are 2-2 over this stretch with all three of these guys playing poorly
 
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