Drubbing at the Diddle. WKU in a blowout

Not much changed from the first half. That zone killed our offense enough for WKU to turn the lead into 20 points and keep it there for most of the balance of the game. The full-court press we put on served only to speed up the game. From there, the two teams were just trading baskets.

So here we are facing the prospect of a five-game losing streak. They have been increasingly ugly games and most worryingly, it all comes when we should be playing our best basketball. There have been no significant injuries to speak of, so we cannot rely on that that old standard of excusedom.

Bully for us to make it a closer game and not completely giving up. Though at this point in the careers for this group of players, moral victories are unimpressive.