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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    Is CP3 really the best example here? My recollection of our post-season record during his tenure was no ACC tourney wins, a sweet 16 before losing to St. Joe's and a 1st round exit, I think to a Directional Tennessee.
    We beat the directional Tennessee school. We lost to the directional Virginia school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    Is CP3 really the best example here? My recollection of our post-season record during his tenure was no ACC tourney wins, a sweet 16 before losing to St. Joe's and a 1st round exit, I think to a Directional Tennessee.
    wow, you must have done some serious blacking out. there was a certain other game in 2005.

    we beat ETSU by a handful in the first round of J-HO's senior year. then lost to Auburn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarcaDeac View Post
    wow, you must have done some serious blacking out. there was a certain other game in 2005.

    we beat ETSU by a handful in the first round of J-HO's senior year. then lost to Auburn.
    I'm old and my memory isn't always accurate. I remember the JoHo 2 games. But I had to look it up. We did beat UTC before going down. So it was 3 wins, not 2. God it's been so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    Is CP3 really the best example here? My recollection of our post-season record during his tenure was no ACC tourney wins, a sweet 16 before losing to St. Joe's and a 1st round exit, I think to a Directional Tennessee.
    CP3 is not a great example for this. But we did make our last Sweet Sixteen when he was on the team, one of only 8 times we have won 2 or more games in the tourney. And CP3 did not have a first round exit. We beat VCU and Manhattan before losing to St Joe's and then beat Chatanooga before losing to West Virginia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    Is CP3 really the best example here? My recollection of our post-season record during his tenure was no ACC tourney wins, a sweet 16 before losing to St. Joe's and a 1st round exit, I think to a Directional Tennessee.
    Second round exist after surviving ETSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    Is CP3 really the best example here? My recollection of our post-season record during his tenure was no ACC tourney wins, a sweet 16 before losing to St. Joe's and a 1st round exit, I think to a Directional Tennessee.
    This isn't directed at you.

    Over the years, there have many posters saying we underachieved by losing to St. Joe's. They were the #1 overall see. We were a #4 and took them to a one possession game into the last minute. I think Carroll might still have the A-10 career record for 3 point %. West was a first round pick. Jameer was NPOY and had 30-40 pounds on frosh CP3.

    We came close to the upset, but they were a better team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJKarl View Post
    This isn't directed at you.

    Over the years, there have many posters saying we underachieved by losing to St. Joe's. They were the #1 overall see. We were a #4 and took them to a one possession game into the last minute. I think Carroll might still have the A-10 career record for 3 point %. West was a first round pick. Jameer was NPOY and had 30-40 pounds on frosh CP3.

    We came close to the upset, but they were a better team.
    Agree. 84-80. WF was up 1 at half. West and Nelson had 24 each. Carroll hit 5 threes. All 3 played in the NBA. Probably the best game that a WF team played in the NCAAs under Prosser. FWIW, Big E was 7 for 8 from the field and had 19. When he got the ball down-low, it was over. Miss having that. Justin Gray had 23, and CP3 had 8 assists and 3 steals. Excellent game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJKarl View Post
    This isn't directed at you.

    Over the years, there have many posters saying we underachieved by losing to St. Joe's. They were the #1 overall see. We were a #4 and took them to a one possession game into the last minute. I think Carroll might still have the A-10 career record for 3 point %. West was a first round pick. Jameer was NPOY and had 30-40 pounds on frosh CP3.

    We came close to the upset, but they were a better team.
    TITCR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    Agree. 84-80. WF was up 1 at half. West and Nelson had 24 each. Carroll hit 5 threes. All 3 played in the NBA. Probably the best game that a WF team played in the NCAAs under Prosser. FWIW, Big E was 7 for 8 from the field and had 19. When he got the ball down-low, it was over. Miss having that. Justin Gray had 23, and CP3 had 8 assists and 3 steals. Excellent game.
    We played a good game against Oregon as well, considering Howard was not healthy enough to contribute. I still think we would have won if Dawson had not gone out with an injury. It has been almost 20 years now, but my memory is that Dawson was just on fire from 3 point range at the end of that season.

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    I just looked back to see where somebody said we should have beaten St Joes and nobody said that, but thanks RJ now shut your Philly ass.

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    I was at that Manhattan game in RALEIGH and we were sweating that one

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    I was there too !

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    Dawn Staley is probably the best coach out there right now and is ripe for a big job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiffTannen View Post
    Dawn Staley is probably the best coach out there right now and is ripe for a big job.
    What is bigger than what level she's taken USC to, other than UConn? Also, passing on Staley is also the worst coaching mistake UVA has ever made. Worse than Groh and London put together. UVA used to have an elite women's program and has been in the tank since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    What is bigger than what level she's taken USC to, other than UConn? Also, passing on Staley is also the worst coaching mistake UVA has ever made. Worse than Groh and London put together. UVA used to have an elite women's program and has been in the tank since then.
    I think the implication is that she could coach a men's team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilburnDeac View Post
    I think the implication is that she could coach a men's team.
    Ah, her resume is certainly better than any recent men's coach USC has had, maybe she could coach both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    Ah, her resume is certainly better than any recent men's coach USC has had, maybe she could coach both.
    If anyone could, it would be her. She coached Temple to several NCAA bids while she was still playing in the WNBA

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilburnDeac View Post
    If anyone could, it would be her. She coached Temple to several NCAA bids while she was still playing in the WNBA
    Hell, maybe if she had been doing that the last few years, she could have gotten Suggs and Bueckers as a tabdom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyRogersRoast View Post
    We played a good game against Oregon as well, considering Howard was not healthy enough to contribute. I still think we would have won if Dawson had not gone out with an injury. It has been almost 20 years now, but my memory is that Dawson was just on fire from 3 point range at the end of that season.
    Dawson got hurt that game and was hitting everything before he got hurt. If he doesn't go down we win that game.

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    Pretty sure that was also while Josh Howard was dealing with the dreaded high ankle sprain.

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