What are your memories of Coach Fennelly?
ďI think I mostly remember his piercing blue eyes. Thatís the one thing with coach Fennelly, heís going to be intense. You are in a game and he has something to say and you are looking into those eyes and you know he means business. I think players really appreciate that. Being away from coach Fennelly now, you learn to appreciate things so much more now than you did when you played for him. I think Coach Fennelly is always in control and he is dead certain on what he wants. I think players not only respect that but really appreciate that because they know whatís expected of them. I think thatís good for anybody, but in basketball itís really nice to know. Itís not fun to play when you are unsure what your coach wants.Ē
Last WBB season, Bill talked at the Ames noon luncheon about Billy, bill Jr., having much more of a role in the basketball team as Brenda was unable to be at practices...Had to get special permission from NCAA for Bill,Jr to be active as a coaching duties.
Bill said something about after the NCAA game the previous yr in Minn, that he saw Bill and Lindsey Meddars holding hands coming out of the game afterwards and knew it was now serious between them.
He also talked about how expensive it was to live on the East coast and Bill, Jr. life out there.
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