So, I am in my room and college lacrosse games come on and I see the offense guys running around and I find myself yelling at the idiot box "C'mon! Pull the trigger!" I see so many openings that are easy shots for a box player, but it is like these field guys are waiting for the next harmonic convergence or something before taking a shot or attacking the crease. I know they are not stalling either because this happens with the teams that are behind as well. I don't want to sound like I am dissing field lax, but, as much fun as it can be because it can be intense - especially late in a close game, it's like I am watching true minor league lax. If you had NLL guys on O in a college field game, it would be a total blow-oooot. Anyway, it's not that I am thinking of these young field guys are minor league, but it is frustrating watching them play when the shots on goal and goal counts should be higher in field. These college field guys simply do no take the shot that any NLL player would take. To put it another way, watching a field game is like watching a soap opera - nothing of import happens much of the time and it takes forever and a day for the "story" to get moving. I'm finding myself wanting to watch MLB baseball more than field lax or, just as often, I will just leave the field game on as background noise as I do something else on my computer.