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    BJ Armstrong on Barta's search committee

    BJ Armstrong is on Barta's search committee along with four others. This committee sounds incredibly bulky when trying to make a good hire. I don't get it....plus the potential for leaks.

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    Re: BJ Armstrong on Barta's search committee

    Who cares, whatever coach they'll get will lose their first game to ISU under a capacity crowd at hilton!!!


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    Re: BJ Armstrong on Barta's search committee

    I think its hilarious that the Squawks are having a hell of a time finding a coach. But it doesn't help that there program is where its at at now compared to where it usually is.A big ten school shouldn't have that much trouble finding a coach.But I agree about them coming to Hilton, get ready for a beating.



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    Re: BJ Armstrong on Barta's search committee

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott34 View Post
    A big ten school shouldn't have that much trouble finding a coach.
    A big ten school shouldn't have to worry about losing a head BB coach to New Mexico either. If that isn't salt on a wound, I don't know what is, no matter what EIU fans tell you about being happy he's gone.



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    Re: BJ Armstrong on Barta's search committee

    I am surprised BJ is on the search committee and not on the candidate list.


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    Re: BJ Armstrong on Barta's search committee

    Quote Originally Posted by shildreth View Post
    I am surprised BJ is on the search committee and not on the candidate list.



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