Big Points At Key Moments For Hard-Working Chase Harler MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — There are two kinds of players you have to root for. The first is those wh
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Players like Harler are as important to a winning team as the stars. You need players who will the things that make a difference, such as hitting a big shot, taking a charge, getting a big rebound getting a big steal. I agree with him that he will not be player the other team concentrates on stopping.
Great Article by Hertzel. Chase is one of the guys you can count on to be where he’s suppose to be on the floor at all times. He doesn’t get lost. He doesn’t move around just to move around. He runs the plays the way Huggs sets them up. He’s aware of where everybody is and needs to be on the floor. He slowly makes the plays when they are needed. He dives for every lose ball and his D has improves significantly this year. Much of the time when it looks like he’s been beat it’s because someone else got lost or missed a rotation and he has to leave to cover. Huggs said last year even when Chase wasn’t having a good year in the box score that Chase was one of the most reliable on the team. Nice to see he’s getting a lot of credit for the things he does.
If you go over to the old, new site (247) you would think that Chase should turn in his uniform and pay back his schollie money. There are at least a half dozen posters over there that come out of the woodwork to bash him (and other players, but mostly Chase) every time he gets into a game. Trying to talk to them is like talking to a door knob. I’m sooooo glad those dingleberries stay on that board.
Harler hung in there when others would have (and did) transfer out. He is making key contributions. Good for him.