Bucs target areas in need of improvement
Published 11:55 pm Wednesday, November 12, 2014
By Collin Brooks
JOHNSON CITY — Despite a win over Milligan during their first exhibition game of the season, ETSU had more questions surface than were answered.
They were questions that head coach Murry Bartow highlighted the week before during the Blunanza event.
“I think the biggest unknown right now is will we rebound better than we did a year ago? Will we defend better than we did a year ago? And then number three is who is going to play inside for us,” Bartow said.
Against Milligan the teams leading rebounders were under 6-5 with junior Lester Wilson, A.J. Merriweather and Devon Harris each pulling down 11, nine and six boards, respectively.