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    Other than Porter Moser. And I could see him taking the DePaul job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC DEAC View Post
    When I was a kid and just becoming a serious sports fanatic who would comb over the sports pages each day, DePaul was my gold standard of a great basketball program. They were always ranked in the top 5 but rarely on tv which made them elusively mysterious and enticing to my young mind
    I remember retiring such thoughts about DePaul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lbdeac94 View Post
    Other than Porter Moser. And I could see him taking the DePaul job.
    I mean, that's my point

    it's all about the coach -- DePaul is in the better conference, plays in a better part of the city (though I guess you could argue on-campus is better than anywhere off-campus), school in a more central part of the city, academics seem to be roughly equal

    no reason DePaul can't be a top program in a world where schools like Villanova are top programs

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    Dino back on ESPN!!!!

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    Yikes. ATS was on Cincy's problems early. Got to admit that I loved the Brannen hire at the time. He had a great record at N. Kentucky, and Cincy was in line to get an NCAA bid last year. That said, once a coach gets a reputation that he treats his players like trash, it's hard to recover from that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    I remember retiring such thoughts about DePaul.
    You mean like the Deacs retired Ray Meyer in 84? a GLORIOUS STRETCH!

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    2021 College Basketball Coaching Carousel

    Ha! Read the other story from the same author just 4 days ago. The quotes from Brannen are now hilarious.

    “Cincinnati basketball ends season with blowout loss to Houston but plenty of promise, young talent”

    https://theathletic.com/2449917/2021...shared_article

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsmed86 View Post
    You mean like the Deacs retired Ray Meyer in 84? a GLORIOUS STRETCH!
    Yes, that was the reference.

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    Wojo has been fired from Marquette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daaberry View Post
    Wojo has been fired from Marquette.
    Funny that the best K coaching disciple might be the sketchy Quin Snyder, who was Missouri fired amid 17 allegations of providing improper inducements to recruits. Quin learned how to cheat from K, but missed the part about how to keep it covered up.

    To be fair (not sure why fairness is relevant when it comes to Duke Basketball), but Mike Brey has been a solid at ND. That said, lots of diseased branches in the K coaching tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daaberry View Post
    Wojo has been fired from Marquette.
    That's going to throw a wrench in him eventually taking over for K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeacsATS View Post
    That's going to throw a wrench in him eventually taking over for K.
    He will 100% be back on the bench at Dook next year.

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    Goodman suggesting that Tom Crean would love to be reunited w/ Marquette. Wonder if that is mutual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeacsATS View Post
    Goodman suggesting that Tom Crean would love to be reunited w/ Marquette. Wonder if that is mutual.
    I'm sure UGA would like to get out from under Crean's big contract which has resulted in crappy basketball seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    I'm sure UGA would like to get out from under Crean's big contract which has resulted in crappy basketball seasons.
    UGA might be a landing spot for Pat Kelsey or HOF Wes.
    Any Questions?

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    UGA would be the guy who is looking to dump his GF, and then, out of the blue, she says she wants to move on. Feign regret, and then as soon as she leaves:

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/a3/68...dd69889cc7.gif

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    Funny that the best K coaching disciple might be the sketchy Quin Snyder, who was Missouri fired amid 17 allegations of providing improper inducements to recruits. Quin learned how to cheat from K, but missed the part about how to keep it covered up.

    To be fair (not sure why fairness is relevant when it comes to Duke Basketball), but Mike Brey has been a solid at ND. That said, lots of diseased branches in the K coaching tree.
    Yeah, Brey did a solid job at ND up until the last few years but should be fired now. And Amaker is still having a nice run at Harvard - but only after 2 failed major stints. Johnny D had that 1 nice season at UCF, but his 2 stints at Stanford and UCF have been pretty meh. It's a shame too because he's the only former Dukie I root for as a coach. I loved him as a player back before K replaced Deano as the center of evil in the ACC universe and thought he'd be a better pro, but that knee injury really hampered him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeseheads12 View Post
    what about Wojo? He's done relatively nothing in his 6-7 years at Marquette. Under .500 this year and hasn't won a NCAAT game yet.
    lol

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