Drake coach Tom Davis says his team will be at full strength for the second semester. The school’s two-point-oh rule has sidelined several players the past few years but Davis says all the players came through the first semester in good shape. He says he was impressed because it was an outstanding semester. Davis says he sees a common thread from the academics to the play on the field. Drake is 5-5 after an impressive win at Wichita State and Davis says the Bulldogs need to learn how to handle success. He says they’re young and still celebrating the win, and he says they need to learn they celebrating ends with the next game. Davis says you have to let the players celebrate a little or it can be a long season.
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