Well, time to start looking forward to next season. We are going to be better, and the conference has 7 humans now, up from 6 last season, so that is a good sign. Plus we have a couple D2 coaches interested that just can't qualify yet.
Anyway, my average ratings for my starters this year vs. last year (Starting Hummel, Pete, Macy, Crowe and Pierce) with the changes.
Ath 55(+5), Spd 67 (+8), Reb 56 (+12), Def 71 (+3), Blk 44 (+7), LP 51 (+4), PER 41 (+2), BH 43 (+1), Pass 58(+4), WE 40 (-2), STM 74 (+3), DUR 57 (+2)
So our starters are up by an average of 47! points this season, with big gains in Ath, Spd, Reb & Blk. One things for sure, our defense will be better. And instead of starting with D level IQ's, we start with C+/B- level IQs, which are not great, but a TON better than last year. Hard team practice in the exhibitions will help too.
The big guns on offense are going to be William Pierce my center, with 54 ATH, 95 Reb, 90 Blk, 93 LP and William H. Macy at SF. Macy had a good offseason and is up to 71/74 for speed and Ath, with 55/54 for LP/PER, so I am hoping he can do ok.
SG Phillip Pete is my long range threat, with only a 71 PER, but 65 Ath and 84 Speed, so I expect to see more minus defenses than plus. But that is ok, underdogs need to shoot 3s to win. Been going through the recruiting listings, and its going to be tougher this year.
Humans have taken over Oral Robers (Tulsa) and Missouri @ Kansas City, to add lower competition locally for me. Plus you always have to worry about the Big 12.