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VAUGHT: Experience does matter

Sometimes it is best to let a coach explain what is going on during a season. "My first year, we had seniors that were good players and good kids. So we had a good team. Then we lost those guys and had to go out and bring in a lot of guys that lacked experience. We went from being very experienced to a very inexperienced team.

"In this league, youth is tough. I would think anybody would say that and it is hard when you go from an experienced team to an inexperienced team. When you get into the grind of conference play, young players have a hard time. It is difficult for them to maintain any consistency even if they get off to a good start. They eventually... Recommended Stories

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