And more including proposing future games with UALR, the Southland’s place on the national stage, and how bad Alabama and Indiana were this season…
The Sugar Bears had played with fire all season. Odds were, they were going to get burned badly sooner or later. They did not play as well away from the Farris Center. They were a chronically slow-starting team, putting themselves in a hole in many a first half — including a 16-point first-half deficit against Nicholls State at Thibodaux.
If a team could disrupt the UCA’s rhythm when the Sugar Bears made a run, UCA was beatable.
The Sugar Bears are a team with great chemistry but not a dominating team.