I also was intrigued by the substitution pattern in the first half. I’m pretty sure I saw what people were calling for early in the year, Moe and Teske in together. I think JB saw an opportunity to get a lot of kids in, and hopefully enjoy a great team win where everyone contributes. I know it’s college basketball, but it can be tough for those bench players who go to practice everyday and work their tails off for the good of the team, who cheer like crazy on the bench and pat guys on the back and encourage them, but don’t get to contribute much, or at all, on the floor in games. I think if you can get those guys in, especially in the first half, and if it doesn’t change momentum, that’s good for the whole team. Then, too, of course not having Isaiah had something to do with his substitutions. I really thought Ibi would play, and he did. Again, unless I’m mistaken I thought Moe played a little at the four with JT at the five. I was really happy for Jaaron, and hope he’s able to settle in and contribute. I’m sure AD works incredibly hard in practice and wanted to give him a shot, too, when he could. I KNOW it’s college basketball. Ultimately it’s about winning. But his subbing in the first half didn’t hurt momentum or negatively affect the outcome at all. I thought it was good. It certainly may be good for overall team morale.