Question 1: Does he see his dramatic late season turnaround taking some of the pressure off of him, or putting more on, as he looks to next season?
Question 2: What effect did his Christian faith have (if there was an effect) on his life/attitude during the up and down year?
As I said gonna post it on my blog in 2 weeks. I will post some of here & provide a link.
Pronounced Ad-ver-si-ty, meaning a “condition marked by misfortune, calamity & distress.” Derived from the Middle English adversite & Latin adversitas, ad- towards & vert to turn. So Adversity comes from “turning towards” someone OR OPPOSING them, an opposition.
That would be Quentin Wright’s 2010-11’s season in a nutshell. And he will be the first to admit that he was wondering, just like many of you, “What was going on?” Was it his injury? Was it things going on in his life? Was it in his head? From where was that said opposition coming?
His story is something befitting of a Hollywood script complete with a Rocky ending where he vanquishes all of his foes right in the very land of Sylvester Stallone’s cinema creation, Philadelphia. It is a drama in three acts which even includes moments of self-doubt, a love interest, friends & foes. And it took so long to tell that I had to separate it into 2 parts complete with our usually absurdity & insouciance. For more of Quentin's interview click here....
For part 2 clickHERE: Quentin Wright
Sounds like a huge communication breakdown between Cael and Quentin. Either Cael was pushing his style too hard on Quentin, or Quentin believed Cael wanted him to change his style more than was actually true. Either way, I don't know why you mess with Q's style, as you can see it's pretty effective.
If you continue reading, Q says that eventually he incorporated his style with what Cael was teaching him & he attributes winning the NCAAs because of that...
Not sure. I guess one would have to ask the staff that.
It all worked out in the end though.