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On 6/23/2019 at 2:44 PM, Walden Ponderer said:

Rutgers belongs in the Big East, while we're at it.

No way, they suck at men's hoops, and they've fallen off pretty badly in women's.  They should replaces UCONN in the AAC.

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On 6/25/2019 at 12:47 PM, J.R. Juniors Junior Jr. said:

Wouldn't work for FB.  They're both solid contributors to ACC FB and Pitt should improve at hoops.

To be fair, Pitt basketball should have been improving for the last 7 years or so... now they have Capel.  They aren't going to be improving anytime soon.  Capel is a great bagman but when you're the head guy you can't take that responsibility anymore.  Capel needs to find his own bag man or he's going to be fired after missing the tourney in 4 straight years never winning more than 18 games.

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With okc in rebuild mode I wonder how receptive Donovan would be to moving on. CDC should make the call. 

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Supposedly Donovan hated recruitment because of how dirty it got.  Would be an excellent hire. 

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Did not know that. Well the story I’ve heard is that he didn’t like scummy recruiting. Having a bag man and hating that aspect of recruiting don’t have to be mutually exclusive though. Maybe he just thought it was a matter of time until he got caught so he went nba. Not like he had anything else to prove at the college level. 

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Haha Roy has never been able to take responsibility for getting the short end of the stick. Like he can’t believe a recruit would sign somewhere else. Like when there are questions in the AD it is never because of his actions (even when you get dinged after he leaves on petty crap). Roy is a damn good coach and it was awesome to watch Kansas when he was here. But I was also 7-18 years old in those days and I didn’t see the true inner workings of the program back then. Now that I follow CBB closely and have come to learn to read people and personalities I realize that at his core Roy is a very sore loser and isn’t very gracious in defeat, regardless of whether that is on the court or outside of it. 

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Cronin nabs his first high profile recruit.  #1 PG Daishen Nix commits to UCLA.

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On 7/5/2019 at 12:01 PM, Jhawk said:

To be fair, Pitt basketball should have been improving for the last 7 years or so... now they have Capel.  They aren't going to be improving anytime soon.  Capel is a great bagman but when you're the head guy you can't take that responsibility anymore.  Capel needs to find his own bag man or he's going to be fired after missing the tourney in 4 straight years never winning more than 18 games.

You are not really correct. Jamie's recruiting really faltered his last five or six years at Pitt. It showed in his record against ranked teams, it was either 5-20, or 5-25, against ranked teams in his last 25, or 30, games. He made no secret that he was not in favor of the move to the ACC. But when the Big East started to explod there was really no other choice. Then, as I like to say, Pitt Happens, and they hired Kevin Stallings and that was a two-year disaster.

Stalling also used up a lot of the official visits you are allowed to use and that meant Capel did not have much of a chance to recruit his first season. Even so, they improved and recruiting has improved. 

Are the Panthers ever going to be Duke or UNC? No. But they don't have to be to be a top-20 program. 

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On 7/14/2019 at 4:16 PM, Underdog said:

https://www.statefansnation.com/2011/03/a-look-back-at-how-billy-donovan-built-florida-and-enraged-roy-williams/

 

Even pissed off your boy Roy who got the 2A look into UF after losing Miller to them.  

I thought this comment was interesting:

 

mak4dpak 03/04/2011 at 8:42 PM #

Again don’t overlook the accomplishments of Randy Bennett of Saint Marys, he has quite an impressive record, with nine of ten seasons with 20 or more wins, and his teams play the fundamentals of offense/defense. Also his team’s are one of the tops in the country in offense. I definitely could get used to that.

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17 minutes ago, PittsburghTiger said:

You are not really correct. Jamie's recruiting really faltered his last five or six years at Pitt. It showed in his record against ranked teams, it was either 5-20, or 5-25, against ranked teams in his last 25, or 30, games. He made no secret that he was not in favor of the move to the ACC. But when the Big East started to explod there was really no other choice. Then, as I like to say, Pitt Happens, and they hired Kevin Stallings and that was a two-year disaster.

Stalling also used up a lot of the official visits you are allowed to use and that meant Capel did not have much of a chance to recruit his first season. Even so, they improved and recruiting has improved. 

Are the Panthers ever going to be Duke or UNC? No. But they don't have to be to be a top-20 program. 

Haven’t seen you around for a while! Dixon mailed it in, especially after the ACC move. Totally sent Pitt spiraling down. 100%. I think capel is an Ok coach, just not great. His problem was he was an ok coach and he got popped for cheating. We all know everyone cheats, but the HC can’t be caught up in that. Now the question is “was he a decent coach because of the infractions or was he just breaking the rules to get over the hump?”

hes infinitely better than stallings and I’d probably take a motivated Capel over a burnout Dixon any day. But Pitt has a long way to go and the ncaa is going to be on capels ass because of past transgressions. It’ll be interesting. 

I wish the old big east was still around. Might not have been the best conference at the top each year but it was the most competitive league we will ever see and that was awesome. 

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13 hours ago, Jhawk said:

Haven’t seen you around for a while! Dixon mailed it in, especially after the ACC move. Totally sent Pitt spiraling down. 100%. I think capel is an Ok coach, just not great. His problem was he was an ok coach and he got popped for cheating. We all know everyone cheats, but the HC can’t be caught up in that. Now the question is “was he a decent coach because of the infractions or was he just breaking the rules to get over the hump?”

hes infinitely better than stallings and I’d probably take a motivated Capel over a burnout Dixon any day. But Pitt has a long way to go and the ncaa is going to be on capels ass because of past transgressions. It’ll be interesting. 

I wish the old big east was still around. Might not have been the best conference at the top each year but it was the most competitive league we will ever see and that was awesome. 

We shall see what happens. Capel has cast a wide net in recruiting. He has had a lot of big names visit. Hopefully we get some of these guys. Stallings was a complete and utter disaster. I am friends, from school, with Cam Johnson's dad Gilbert (who played at Pitt) and some of the things Cam told his dad that Stallings had said would boggle your mind. 

As per the Old Big East. It was the greatest. The Big East Tournament was amazing must-see basketball. I went 29 straight seasons. The one year our ninth-place team, UConn, goes on and wins the NCAA Tournament was incredible.

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6 hours ago, Goodman said:

 

From the story: They include detailed plans to pay then-high school stars such as Zion Williamson and Romeo Langford, line-item accounting of alleged payments to the people around eventual No. 1 pick Deandre Ayton, and an acknowledgement by a top Nike executive that “the perception and resulting reality is that we dictate where players go to school.”

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Virginia's Bennett rejects raise in new deal

9:01 AM CT

ESPN

Virginia coach Tony Bennett declined to take a raise while extending his contract by another year.

The Cavaliers announced the extension Monday, saying Bennett asked for the money to be used to pay his staff more and for improvements to both his program as well as other Virginia teams.

"[My wife] Laurel and I are in a great spot, and in the past I've had increases in my contract," Bennett said in the news release. "We just feel a great peace about where we're at, all that's taken place, and how we feel about this athletic department and this community and this school. I love being at UVA.

"... I have more than enough, and if there are ways that this can help out the athletic department, the other programs and coaches, by not tying up so much [in men's basketball], that's my desire."

Following negotiations with athletic director Carla Williams, Bennett's deal now runs through the 2025-26 season. According to the USA Today coaching database, Bennett made $4.15 million last season, which included a $1 million longevity payment due to him in March.

"Tony's decision -- to turn down a well-deserved raise and instead invest in his players and UVA athletics more broadly -- tells you everything you need to know about him as a leader and as a human being," university president Jim Ryan said. "Tony is one of the most selfless people I've ever met, and this is just the latest example."

Virginia is coming off its first national title last season. Bennett has coached the Cavaliers since 2009-10, reaching the NCAA tournament seven times, including each of the past six seasons.

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13 minutes ago, LTtxfan said:

Virginia's Bennett rejects raise in new deal

9:01 AM CT

ESPN

Virginia coach Tony Bennett declined to take a raise while extending his contract by another year.

The Cavaliers announced the extension Monday, saying Bennett asked for the money to be used to pay his staff more and for improvements to both his program as well as other Virginia teams.

"[My wife] Laurel and I are in a great spot, and in the past I've had increases in my contract," Bennett said in the news release. "We just feel a great peace about where we're at, all that's taken place, and how we feel about this athletic department and this community and this school. I love being at UVA.

"... I have more than enough, and if there are ways that this can help out the athletic department, the other programs and coaches, by not tying up so much [in men's basketball], that's my desire."

Following negotiations with athletic director Carla Williams, Bennett's deal now runs through the 2025-26 season. According to the USA Today coaching database, Bennett made $4.15 million last season, which included a $1 million longevity payment due to him in March.

"Tony's decision -- to turn down a well-deserved raise and instead invest in his players and UVA athletics more broadly -- tells you everything you need to know about him as a leader and as a human being," university president Jim Ryan said. "Tony is one of the most selfless people I've ever met, and this is just the latest example."

Virginia is coming off its first national title last season. Bennett has coached the Cavaliers since 2009-10, reaching the NCAA tournament seven times, including each of the past six seasons.

Coach Bennett seems to be that quality guy he has appeared to be since taking over at UVA.

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He is now teetering on the edge of lifer. It would take 4-6 really down years at VA and a blue blood retirement to snag him away. Good for him. Hope they never win another game.

For real. Class act can’t hate him. 

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Not sure where else this would go, but i just now found out that Mo Alie-Cox plays TE for the Indianapolis Colts. 

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On 10/6/2019 at 10:37 PM, Goo Punch said:

Not sure where else this would go, but i just now found out that Mo Alie-Cox plays TE for the Indianapolis Colts. 

He's been there for 2 seasons now. He made one of the most amazing, one handed, grabs of the 2018 season last year.

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Bought my tix for the Champions Classic two weeks from today, 1 vs 2, 3 vs 4.  Hope it turns out better than last seasons fuckfest. 

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I just looked at tickets and just to be in view of the game it’s $500+. Can’t justify $1500 for an overnight trip. Going to grab some great seats to a game or two in AFH. 

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23 hours ago, Jhawk said:

I just looked at tickets and just to be in view of the game it’s $500+. Can’t justify $1500 for an overnight trip. Going to grab some great seats to a game or two in AFH. 

Cause you were looking at Baller tickets, the po' white trash seats I got are up in the Chase Bridge area of MSG.   Last time when CC was held at MSG, we got barstool seats and loved them, made a point to look for those again.  Don't have to worry about getting up and down for all the beer/piss runs from other fucktards. 

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Haha well I was thinking I’d spend 2k and be able to get me and my old man in and out of NYC for the night. Not willing to drop 3k to do it. I’ll just get ya amazing seats in Allen Fieldhouse for the best game of the year instead. 

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Interesting take by Jay BIlas on the NCAA NIL stuff.  He was on Wingo's radio show and said that this is the NCAA trying to buy time to figure out a way to put the money in their pockets.  Said mark Emmert called the senator from NC right after the announcement and told the senator that since the NCAA is moving that congress should pull back any legislation they are going to propose.  The senator told emmert to pound sand.

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I love what the ACC is doing to start the year.

 

November 5, 2019


Louisville Miami 5:30PM ACCN

Kansas vs Duke 6:00 ESPN

Virginia Tech @ Clemson 6:00 ESPNU

Georgia Tech @ North Carolina State 7:30 ACCN

 

November 6, 2019

 

Wake Forest @ Boston College 5:00 ESPNU

Notre Dame @ North Carolina 6:00 ACCN

Florida State @ Pitt 7:00 ESPNU

Virginia @ Syracuse 8:00 ACCN

 

7 conference games and the best non conference match-up to start the year. You can do that when you play 20 conference games a year.

 

 

 

Edited by SimonBolivar

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I disagree with starting out with conference games.  Damn... especially given the roster turnover these days, many teams are not the squads they will be at the end of December/ January.

I’m absolutely down with the challenging non-con games.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Underdog said:

Merry Hoops-mas, mofos.  It starts today!! 

 

I like this new approach.  Much better than the usual soft opening they have.  Monster schedule today:

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Georgia SouthernGASO
8:00 PM SECN Tickets as low as $3 Auburn Arena, Auburn, AL  
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Kennesaw StateKENN
8:00 PM   Tickets as low as $2 CHI Health Center Omaha, Omaha, NE  
AvilaAVI 8:00 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats Swinney Recreation Center, Kansas City, MO  
Westminster (UT)WCV 8:00 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats UCCU Center, Orem, UT  
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CSU FullertonCSF
8:00 PM   Tickets as low as $2 Marriott Center, Provo, UT  
Davenport UniversityDAV 8:00 PM ESPN3 Tickets as low as $2 GCU Arena, Phoenix, AZ  
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DenverDEN
8:00 PM   Tickets as low as $0 Moby Arena, Fort Collins, CO  
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Alcorn StateALCN
8:00 PM FS2 Tickets as low as $2 Wintrust Arena, Chicago, IL  
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UC RiversideUCR
8:00 PM BTN Tickets as low as $2 Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, NE  
West New MexicoWNM 8:00 PM   Tickets as low as $18 Pan American Center, Las Cruces, NM  
New Mexico HighlandsNMH 8:00 PM   Tickets as low as $42 Don Haskins Center, El Paso, TX  
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Idaho StateIDST
8:00 PM   Tickets as low as $13 Arena-Auditorium, Laramie, WY  
BethesdaBETH 8:00 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats America First Events Center, Cedar City, UT  
Portland BiblePOBI 8:05 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats Reese Court, Cheney, WA  
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#1 Michigan StateMSU
8:30 PM ESPN Tickets as low as $63 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY  
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St. Francis (BKN)SFBK
8:30 PM ESPN+ Tickets as low as $0 Rose Hill Gymnasium, Bronx, NY  
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Montana StateMTST
9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $19 Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, Logan, UT  
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Texas SouthernTXSO
9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $5 Viejas Arena, San Diego, CA  
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Purdue Fort WaynePFW
9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $14 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV  
Life PacificLP 9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $3 ExtraMile Arena, Boise, ID  
Evergreen StateEVG 9:00 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats Cowan Spectrum, Moscow, ID  
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PepperdinePEPP
9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $6 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA  
Stanislaus StateCSS 9:00 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats Alex G. Spanos Center, Stockton, CA  
WestcliffWECL 9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $0 Gersten Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA  
UC Santa CruzUCSC 9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $2 Leavey Center, Santa Clara, CA  
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UC IrvineUCI
9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $0 Jenny Craig Pavilion, San Diego, CA  
Pacific LutheranPL 9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $0 Redhawk Center, Seattle, WA  
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Jackson StateJKST
9:00 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats CBU Events Center, Riverside, CA  
Sonoma StateSON 9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $3 War Memorial Gymnasium, San Francisco, CA  
WillametteWIL 9:00 PM   Tickets as low as $2 Chiles Center, Portland, OR  
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UtahUTAH
9:30 PM CBSSN Tickets as low as $7 Lawlor Events Center, Reno, NV  
Notre Dame de NamurCND 9:30 PM ESPN+ Buy on Vivid Seats Icardo Center, Bakersfield, CA  
Puget SoundPS 9:35 PM   Buy on Vivid Seats Viking Pavilion, Portland, OR  
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CSU NorthridgeCSUN
10:00 PM   Tickets as low as $5 Gill Coliseum, Corvallis, OR  
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Florida A&MFAMU
10:00 PM PAC12 Tickets as low as $5 Galen Center, Los Angeles, CA

 

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