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    Re: Starting line up post Dec 20, 2014

    IIRC Naz was recruited as kind of a combo guard. He can play both spots but is better at the 2. Personally if Morris needs a rest I think Dejean-Jones and Niang will be the "point guard" more often...
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    Re: Starting line up post Dec 20, 2014

    The following guys will start every game they are available for: Morris, Dejean-Jones, Hogue, Niang. The fifth spot could be McKay, Nader, Long, or Thomas. I'm leaning McKay and personally I've...
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    Re: Coaches Salaries

    That is very true and that is why it might not be the best idea to lowball a guy, but a lot of people don't seem concerned with a coach leaving after a few years anyway if he is successful. It would...
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    Re: Coaches Salaries

    There are a lot of good coaches who would take the job for not a lot of money, in part because they would already be getting a huge pay raise. Why give somebody 300% of their previous salary if we...
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    Re: Coaches Salaries

    It would be a long shot, but seriously, what does a head coach do to deserve the money that they make? I honestly have no idea, they are payed at market value, but isn't it possible we could get a...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    Had he not left for Creighton he would have been the coach here the next season. He even hired two new assistants in Jeff Grayer and Nick Nurse before leaving for Creighton something like two days...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    I explained this in an earlier post but McDermott's situation was unique from those of Floyd, Eustachy, and Morgan. Floyd had a year with essentially a tournament team that Orr left for him. Eustachy...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    DG and Brackins would at the very least play. Hard to tell about Gilstrap. There certainly was talent there that .500 was unacceptable. A guy like Colvin either would never have been recruited by...
  9. Re: What non-conference match up would you like to see?

    Some kind of a system where we play Missouri two out of every four years and Minnesota the other two.

    Other than that I'd like to start seeing games against the likes of Duke, UNC, Kentucky, etc....
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    Re: Could this actually happen?

    Could these guys be good coaches in the future? Yes. Would I want to hire both of them now? Probably not. If they really want to coach someday, they should start out as grad assistants or even at the...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    I'm not arguing against any that. He had issues with attrition and that ultimately led to him failing. I'm just saying a lot of people would have failed in similar situations (albeit for different...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    Fred was successful because he's Fred, he's the Bill Snyder of basketball. Floyd was successful because he followed Orr, and Eustachy was successful because he followed Floyd. Morgan's little success...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    Diante wasn't drafted. And Hamilton was still learning the game at Iowa State, I think he had only played for a couple years before he got here. He was far from NBA draft material at that point and...
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    Yes Hoiberg is, and I'm glad we have him. But that still doesn't change anything I said about McDermott.
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    Re: Big Ham still in The League

    At what point do we stop bashing Greg McDermott for failing at a job a lot of coaches would have failed at?
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    Re: The Formula to Win at Iowa State

    JB could have been a good QB if we had the o-line to truly be a run first team. Unfortunately, we never had that o-line. He may have provided some leadership that others couldn't, but from a physical...
  17. Re: Tournament committee considers in-season "reveal"

    It doesn't change anything at all and is not needed, but it may very well be good for conversation throughout the season and cause some people to get more into the regular season who otherwise don't.
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    It would actually be what those in the committee are thinking rather than the Jerry Palm's of the world.
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    I like the idea. It would bring more excitement to the regular season which is generally lacking in excitement now for a lot of fans.
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    Re: Tourny Next Year

    Should win it, but you never know. Last year we almost lost to a very average UNI team.
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