You have to go back to Broback or McCarvilleLikely Pitts or Hubbard, but kind of hoping its Taiye. When was the last time a true post player led the Gophers (other than Zahui B. when Banham was injured)?
Look at the above stats a bit differently by breaking it down into the first 7, and then the last 11 of the B1G games (thus grouping the last two 19-point games of the first set with the first 19-point game of the second set).Yes I am counting on Whalen getting Pitts into the flow earlier in the B1G season than she did last season.
In the Gopher's first nine B1G games Destiny scored: 13, 1, 7, 15, 16, 5, 10, 19 and 19.
In Minnesota's next nine B1G games Destiny scored: 19, 14, 17, 21, 27, 22, 24, 24 and 26.
I concur with Whay's statement (on record in another thread) that Taiye might well be capable of multiple 20/20 games this year. I'll predict that she'll get at least one of those during the non-conf season. During the B1G season, maybe the expectations need to be dialed back a bit due to tougher (and taller) competition in the post - maybe 15/15 would be a good game with a few games even better.Likely Pitts or Hubbard, but kind of hoping its Taiye. When was the last time a true post player led the Gophers (other than Zahui B. when Banham was injured)?