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    Sign me up, where do I get his salary at?


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    Re: KSU coaching salaries

    It's also on the front of Yahoo. I will be surprised KSU does not get hit will recruiting crap




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    Quote Originally Posted by kgreeny View Post
    I will be surprised KSU does not get hit will recruiting crap
    huh?


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    Re: KSU coaching salaries

    I didn't realize Jerod Haase was an assistant at North Carolina...



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    Re: KSU coaching salaries

    Perhaps his salary allows him to be Mr Deep Pockets when he needs to be?



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    Re: KSU coaching salaries

    OK for you that may be learning impaired, I will explain this to you very simply. Dalonte Hill is an excellent recruiter. Teams that do not have talent lose many games. The way to keep an excellent recruiter is to pay him so well than no other school will touch his salary unless they chose to hire him as head coach. Frank Martin works for a song compared to most Big 12 head coaches in order for KSU to pay Hill well.



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    He was Beasley's coach somewhere along the way (HS or AAU or somewhere) and the only reason he was hired at K-State was because he would bring Beasley with him.

    It's become a pretty common practice with sleazy head coaches to hire assistants in order to get recruits, and a common practice for assistants to sell themselves as a package deal -- if you want my player you have to hire me, and they basically sell their player to the highest bidder. To be fair to Martin he was NOT the one who brought the Hill/Beasley combo to K-State, it was Bob Huggins (big surprise there).

    Tim Floyd and Steve Alford do this crap also:

    San Jose State Spartans


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    Re: KSU coaching salaries

    Here are some more articles about the practice:

    Kansas, Memphis, & Baylor:
    Package Deals - Recruiting "package deals" under NCAA scrutiny

    Kansas, Memphis, Villanova, USC (3 times), Indiana, Richmond, NC State, & Eastern Michigan:
    Ten for Tuesday: Package deals for the ages - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com


    Gene Smith, 1993-2000. 7 years, 6 NCAA's, 1 bowl game. Revenue sports postseason participation 50%. Good.
    Bruce Vandevelde, 2000-20005. 5 years, 4 bowl games, 2 NCAA's, 2 NIT's. Postseason participation 80%. Better.
    Jamie Pollard, 2005-. 4 years. 1 bowl game, 0 NCAA's, 0 NIT's. Postseason participation: 13%. The next big step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Just reading that article makes me want to go take another shower



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    Frank Martin is so greasy I want to wash my eyeballs after looknig at his pic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MontyBurns View Post
    He was Beasley's coach somewhere along the way (HS or AAU or somewhere) and the only reason he was hired at K-State was because he would bring Beasley with him.

    It's become a pretty common practice with sleazy head coaches to hire assistants in order to get recruits, and a common practice for assistants to sell themselves as a package deal -- if you want my player you have to hire me, and they basically sell their player to the highest bidder. To be fair to Martin he was NOT the one who brought the Hill/Beasley combo to K-State, it was Bob Huggins (big surprise there).

    Tim Floyd and Steve Alford do this crap also:

    San Jose State Spartans
    This is completely legal. Kansas does it all the time. If HB was close to his father I wouldn't not be apposed to Iowa State offering a DOB position to him to get Harrison.

    The recruiting business is about doing whatever you have to do to get the player. Some people are willing to cheat to do that. This isn't even cheating. Iowa State should be doing this.


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    The recruiting business is about doing whatever you have to do to get the player. Some people are willing to cheat to do that. This isn't even cheating. Iowa State should be doing this
    Absolutely.

    By they way, why does everyone on this board hate Frank Martin so much? I dont get it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PJZ View Post
    Absolutely.

    By they way, why does everyone on this board hate Frank Martin so much? I dont get it.
    I think it maybe the hair?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyGuy33 View Post
    The recruiting business is about doing whatever you have to do to get the player. Some people are willing to cheat to do that. This isn't even cheating. Iowa State should be doing this.
    It probably won't be an option much longer. The NCAA is going to create some new rules that will force teams to go to greater lengths to get around them.



    Quote Originally Posted by PJZ View Post
    By they way, why does everyone on this board hate Frank Martin so much? I dont get it.
    Because everyone hated Bob Huggins and when he left the hatred is automatically transferred to his replacement.


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