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    Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    I see BP on the bench in the team picture of the bench on the CF home page. Is he coaching? Didn't know he was still around.


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    Re: Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    He is a Grad assistant.



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    Re: Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    Yes he is



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    Re: Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    probably turn in to a good coach some day. seemed to have a good basketball head on his shoulders.


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    Re: Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    Smart kid, solid floor general - just not overly athletic. I think it's great to have a younger guy that has played 2 years in Greg's system - being able to relate a bit more to the current guards.



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    Re: Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUFan22 View Post
    Smart kid, solid floor general - just not overly athletic. I think it's great to have a younger guy that has played 2 years in Greg's system - being able to relate a bit more to the current guards.
    Agree with this! Players need to be able to go directly to a player who has been in the same situations they face for a variety of reasons, good and bad!



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    Re: Is Brian Peterson a grad assistant?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUFan22 View Post
    Smart kid, solid floor general - just not overly athletic. I think it's great to have a younger guy that has played 2 years in Greg's system - being able to relate a bit more to the current guards.
    Yup. If this doesn't help in communicating Greg's stuff, there isn't much that would. He can look at it from the coach's aspect and from the eyes of the player out on the floor. I really think he's a good fit.

    And no cheap fouls on him this year, so that's nice.


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