Too Many Fouls, Too Little Time

The new freedom of movement rules might take some teams a little time to get used to. Manhattan, one of the most in-your-face defensive teams in the country, certainly needs some time. The Jaspers committed 34 personal fouls on Tuesday morning as they lost to Winthrop 94-81. Continue reading “Too Many Fouls, Too Little Time”

Manhattan Built Upon Strength Of Interchangeable Parts

The concept of interchangeable parts helped revolutionize modern manufacturing in the 19th Century. Parts, made to the same standard of quality, that when put together form a machine. When one part required repair, it could be exchanged for a new version and the machine would work again. When one part failed, the machine itself was no longer doomed to fail with it. Continue reading “Manhattan Built Upon Strength Of Interchangeable Parts”