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    Massive turnover in Oklahoma State WBB

    ISU's situation is nothing compared to Oklahoma State.

    Twelve players were on the roster this year for OSU.
    Four exhausted their eligibility: Hardeman, Smith, Spears, Wallenmeyer
    Four left the team: Hernandez, Jappa, Hatcher, Mercado (see thread here)
    Four return: Byford, Clardy, Cunningham, Riley

    OSU is bringing in 9 (yes, nine) new players this season. Six high schoolers signed last fall and three jucos signed this spring.

    We may be losing 8 (5 grad, 3 transfer) but at least we return 7.



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    Re: Massive turnover in Oklahoma State WBB

    Quote Originally Posted by mred View Post
    ISU's situation is nothing compared to Oklahoma State.

    Twelve players were on the roster this year for OSU.
    Four exhausted their eligibility: Hardeman, Smith, Spears, Wallenmeyer
    Four left the team: Hernandez, Jappa, Hatcher, Mercado (see thread here)
    Four return: Byford, Clardy, Cunningham, Riley

    OSU is bringing in 9 (yes, nine) new players this season. Six high schoolers signed last fall and three jucos signed this spring.

    We may be losing 8 (5 grad, 3 transfer) but at least we return 7.

    Nice to hear, frankly I think Riley and Budke are an embarrassment to this sport. They both behave like little children, and BF would never keep a player on his team, no matter if she was an All-American, that starts fights on the court with other players, teammates and staff. They have been great for OSU exposure, but unfortunately, I think it was at the cost of their professional reputation.

    I am sorry, but trying to spin it as "she is just competitive," is BS.



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    Re: Massive turnover in Oklahoma State WBB

    Quote Originally Posted by twistedredbird View Post
    Nice to hear, frankly I think Riley and Budke are an embarrassment to this sport. They both behave like little children, and BF would never keep a player on his team, no matter if she was an All-American, that starts fights on the court with other players, teammates and staff. They have been great for OSU exposure, but unfortunately, I think it was at the cost of their professional reputation.

    I am sorry, but trying to spin it as "she is just competitive," is BS.
    Andrea Riley = Idiot on the court



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