Hey everybody, I heard this rumor about the Iowa head coaching job. According to a my 2nd cousin's brother's sister who's friend works in the Athletic Department at Florida,
Billy Donovan is going to be the next head coach at the U of I. He said that he wants a challenge after taking Florida to it's second championship game in as many years. Also he is going to announce his decision tomorrow morning and will begin immediately on recruiting and getting Iowa B-ball back to glory. He will not coach Florida in tomorrow nights game saying that the kids know what to do since they won last year.
Also on board Donovan is going to bring in Thad Matta to be an assistant head coach who will come on board after the NCAA championship game. With that also, two other assistants who are going to be brought in are Larry Eustachy and Wayne Morgan. Morgan is cited as a great recruiter and Eustachy just because they want to.
Haha, this is seriously what some hawkeye fans sound like. Oh and in just in case. April Fools! And I have no relationship of any kind to anybody in the Florida AD
Geez, relax, I forgot the "H" I fixed it. Thanks for catch but what is with the Neg rep and name calling over that. And you call me a hawk fan. I am making fun of the Hawkeyes.
I'm sure he feels good inside because of it. This is what I do with people like that; flex my intellectual muscles and point out how much of an idiot they really are. (without the name calling of course).
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