Friday's Observer: Fowler, Utter

Fowler column: Lutz playing his cards right

http://www.charlotte.com/niners/story/441245.html

Utter: Poignant day for Lutz

http://www.charlotte.com/niners/story/441271.html

Utter blog: Ian Andersen rolls ankle

http://gmine.blogspot.com/2008/01/notes-from-charlottes-upset-of-clemson.html

[QUOTE=Mike_Persinger;282913]Utter: Poignant day for Lutz[/QUOTE]
For me as well. Wednesday was my father’s birthday.

glad to see the Observer feeding us red meat.

[QUOTE=Mike_Persinger;282913]Ian Anderson rolls ankle[/QUOTE]
Mike! It’s Ian AndersEn!!! :rolleyes:

Our guy – with an “E” – plays hoops. That other guy – with an “O” – plays the flute! :tongue:

In all seriousness, thanks for great coverage! :clap:

GO NINERS! OBLITERATE THE OWLS!

[QUOTE=run49er;282949]Mike! It’s Ian AndersEn!!! :rolleyes:

Our guy – with an “E” – plays hoops. That other guy – with an “O” – plays the flute! :tongue:

In all seriousness, thanks for great coverage! :clap:

GO NINERS! OBLITERATE THE OWLS![/QUOTE]

Fixed. I don’t function very well at 6 a.m.

Fixed. I don't function very well at 6 a.m.
hate to tell ya...but here's another typo in there

[QUOTE]Mack was key in key in Charlotte’s ability to pass around and over Clemson’s pressure defense throughout the game and was effective attacking the basket.[/QUOTE]

[URL=http://www.salisburypost.com/sports/47600460066874.php][B][COLOR=DarkGreen][U]Salisbury Post Article on Lutz’ sister[/U][/COLOR][/B][/URL]

[QUOTE=metro;282962]hate to tell ya…but here’s another typo in there[/QUOTE]

The typo Run cites is mine, in this e-mail. Utter got it right.

And repetition is the key to understanding.

[QUOTE]ALSO CONTRIBUTING: Overlooked in Charlotte’s win, which came with the assistance of several strong individual contributions, was the play of junior forward Lamont Mack, who finished with 15 points (on 6-of-11 shooting), five rebounds, two assists and three steals. Mack was key in key in Charlotte’s ability to pass around and over Clemson’s pressure defense throughout the game and was effective attacking the basket.[/QUOTE]

Lamont has played very well lately.

For the folks who have been around since the Watkins days, how many JUCOs have produced for us right off the bat the way Coley and Mack have done? Not many. I’m thinking Colson, James Zimmerman, and to a lesser extent KP & Galen. I think we oughtta look up the stats, cause I think Coley and Mack compare very favorably. Compare them to a guy like Cam Stephens, a guy that we all consider a successful Juco pickup…

Coley and Mack are my newcomers of the year so far -> I shudder to think what this team would be like without either of them. Their intensity level is fantastic.

Lamont has played very well lately.

For the folks who have been around since the Watkins days, how many JUCOs have produced for us right off the bat the way Coley and Mack have done? Not many. I’m thinking Colson, James Zimmerman, and to a lesser extent KP & Galen. I think we oughtta look up the stats, cause I think Coley and Mack compare very favorably. Compare them to a guy like Cam Stephens, a guy that we all consider a successful Juco pickup…

KP wasn’t a juco was he? I know he transferred from SW Louisiana.

[QUOTE=919R;283017]KP wasn’t a juco was he? I know he transferred from SW Louisiana.[/QUOTE]

Transferred.

KP wasn't a juco was he? I know he transferred from SW Louisiana.
KP was juco

[QUOTE=Mr. Bojangles;283019]Transferred.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=metro;283020]KP was juco[/QUOTE]

Ok, damnit, which one was it? :lmao:

[QUOTE=ChevEE;282965][URL=http://www.salisburypost.com/sports/47600460066874.php][B][COLOR=DarkGreen][U]Salisbury Post Article on Lutz’ sister[/U][/COLOR][/B][/URL][/QUOTE]

Good articles today including this one from the Salisbury Post. Sad story.

Ok, damnit, which one was it? :lmao:

not sure when UL-L changed their name from SWL St, but I am positive Kelvin did not play there. It was a juco called SW Louisianna.

Had Kelvin transferred from D1, he would of sat a year. He played from day 1.

[QUOTE=metro;283026]
not sure when UL-L changed their name from SWL St, but I am positive Kelvin did not play there. It was a juco called SW Louisianna.

Had Kelvin transferred from D1, he would of sat a year. He played from day 1.
[/QUOTE]

I’m pretty sure he did sit a year, because I used to see him all the time on campus in 96/97 and he wasn’t playing.

Found this:

http://www.athleticnetwork.net/site.php?pageID=54&profID=3680

[QUOTE]

Kelvin Price file

Standout performer in basketball and track and field at New Iberia Senior High; 1994 graduate.

Signed with UL in basketball before transferring to Charlotte in 1996, where he finished in 1999.

Played professional basketball overseas in Australia, Phillipines, Venezuela, as well as in the CBA and the USBL; Made his professional boxing debut with a win last Saturday in Biloxi, Miss.
[/QUOTE]

Speaking of KP, I also found this thread about him on a boxing board:

http://forums.about.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=1&nav=messages&webtag=ab-boxing&tid=3013

I'm pretty sure he did sit a year, because I used to see him all the time on campus in 96/97 and he wasn't playing.

Found this:

[URL]http://www.athleticnetwork.net/site.php?pageID=54&profID=3680[/URL]

Speaking of KP, I also found this thread about him on a boxing board:

[URL]http://forums.about.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=1&nav=messages&webtag=ab-boxing&tid=3013[/URL]

alright this is bugging me, let me email Real49er or Priderewards and get correct answer.

[QUOTE=metro;283031]alright this is bugging me, let me email Real49er .[/QUOTE]

Whatever happened to Real?

Shredder and the foot clan silenced Real.