By BOB PARASILITI
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Denny Alexander had plenty to say about Shepherd College's 71-70 loss Wednesday night to Wheeling Jesuit.
He just wasn't offering his words for public consumption.
The fourth-year coach showed more self control than Richard Simmons in a candy factory. It would have been easy to unload after the final four seconds of frustration, during which two controversial calls helped prevent the Rams from at least tying the West Virginia Conference game at the Butcher Athletic Center.
"It didn't come down to the final four seconds," Alexander said stiffly and diplomatically. "We had a lot of opportunities to make it happen and didn't do it. We have to make the big plays. That's all I can say."