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    Oklahoma State-More defections

    Kamari Murphy now gone. This reminds me of Mcdermott at ISU except with better players than what left ISU. I am guessing Ford will be bought out after next year. I almost feel bad for Okie State fan except they don't show up for the games anymore.


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    Re: Oklahoma State-More defections

    They have no buyout?!?!?! Holy ****, what a bunch of dumbasses!



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    Re: Oklahoma State-More defections

    Ouch no buy out, have to pay the man.



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    Re: Oklahoma State-More defections

    I would be willing to bet UNLV's program goes this exact direction. Actually the UNLV coach reminds me a little bit of Ford.


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    Re: Oklahoma State-More defections

    Wonder what the deal is. I know Ford is a huge douscher and can't coach, but this seems like a lot.



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    Re: Oklahoma State-More defections

    They have some pretty good players coming in, and all are bigs (one of the top JUCO players and 2 4 star forwards), plus both Cobbins and Nash are back. I don't think losing Murphy, in particular, is going to hurt them that much.



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