Patsos tries to steam, not boil over
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#1 Nov 21, 2008
A very classless move, Mr. Klingaman, to refer to Loyola's reserves as 'scrubs.' Was this article part of a high school journalism project for you? Because that line in your article is juvenile at best. Because a player is not in the game does not make them a scrub, and I doubt coach Patsos feels that way or would refer to his players with such a term. More top rate journalism from Charm City.
#2 Nov 21, 2008
I cannot agree more with the previous comment. Referring to college student-athletes as "scrubs," c'mon...you have to be better than that! Patsos is a man, he's over 40, so if you want to write a complementary article or critical one, go right ahead. But I urge you to choose your words a little more carefully when describing innocent kids who never have called you an amateur or careless writer. So, I guess for them, I will.
#3 Feb 26, 2015
Loyola, Md women just played probably their worst game all season. At a point of the year when they should be playing their best, they continue to play Bad Basketball....Its been bad basketball all season long...
No Passing (last in the league in assists), No Rebounding (last in the league in rebounding)...
Not playing the correct players.... There are a few that are allowed to shoot, drive and shoot, all day long , out of control- and thay play NO DEFENSE!
Coaching is very suspect...
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