After tough summer, Friars moving on
Providence has a lot of points and minutes to replace from one of the nation's highest scoring teams.
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#1 Nov 3, 2010
It's nice to hear that it all worked out for Bryce. He never gave up. He seems to love playing ball and kept his composure and leadership on the court at all times. I hope Providence really utilizes his skills. He is quick and unselfish. Every time I saw him play he was like a spark plug that kept the team charged and he wasn't even that vocal. I guess that's one way to stay in the zone. Good luck Bryce keep on keeping on.
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