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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Sue Semrau
Florida State beat Iowa State in the first round of the NCAA tournament in part because the Cyclones shot so miserably.
Cheetah Delgado says she and her Florida State teammates went into their NCAA women's tournament opener with the idea they were playing not just Iowa State but also the Hilton Coliseum crowd.
Florida State coach Sue Semrau figured the best way to beat No. 8 Maryland was to smother the Terrapins' inside game and force them to fire away from the outside.
Florida State coach Sue Semrau didn't attempt to hide her frustration.
With a minute left, Maya Moore stood up on the bench and whirled a towel above her head, the grin on her face so bright it could light up all of Connecticut.
"We outrebounded, we took care of the ball," Semrau said. "We just couldn't hit shots."
"All year for us our nemesis has been our outside shooting," Florida State coach Sue Semrau said. "We got the lead, they went to the zone and we couldn't hit shots. They packed it in on Tasha and we couldn't get her the ball."