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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Mike Mccall
Charlon Kloof drew in the Saint Louis defense, the Billikens rightly concerned about the trouble the St. Bonaventure guard could cause.
Regular season, conference tournament, regular season. Saint Louis won three straight championships in the Atlantic 10 before the run slammed to a halt on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer.
Saint Louis coach Jim Crews is one of only a select few in NCAA Division I that starts five seniors. The No. 19 Billikens needed all of their experience to avoid an upset against Duquesne.
"I didn't think we were aggressive with it," McCall said of the zone. "We were just holding the ball, not attacking."