I can't speak for Reilly, but I'm fairly certain his answer regarding Yanke's return would range from "No, thank you" to "Asbolutely not!" Why do I say that? Because Yanke can score, but he's not the type of player that fits Reilly's mold. If you kept your eye on Yanke today away from the ball (like I did), here's what you saw:
- from the outset, he complained to the referees that he was being fouled by his Gannon defender
- frequently he was the last Clarion player back on defense because he jogged back to the paint after the change of possession
- down 20 late in the game, he clapped in Dave Wilson's face after the GU forward fouled him while going for a rebound
- his poor defensive footwork allowed Gannon's guards to get all the way to the basket with dribble penetration.