Whitney Williams to TCU

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  1. mred

    mred Well-Known Member

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  2. C.John

    C.John Babysitting Debbie Downers
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    Good luck to WW.
     
  3. 2020cy

    2020cy Well-Known Member

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    Really wish she would have stayed, she looked pretty good at the end of the season. Wish her well.
     
  4. MrTwister

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  5. twistedredbird

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    good luck Whitney. TCU is a good program.
     
  6. cmoore_23

    cmoore_23 Well-Known Member

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    good for her.. wish nothing but the best for her.. it's in her hole state and as people know she is very religous so that's a perfect fit
     
  7. ISU_REV

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    Good luck Ms. Williams
     
  8. Royalclone

    Royalclone Active Member

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    She'll have to get used to smaller crowds. From her new coach's bio on the TCU website:

    "The overall attendance figures since Mittie's arrival on campus are staggering. TCU has ranked in the top 50 in home attendance in seven of the last nine seasons. A total of 402,458 fans have attended TCU home games over the past nine years for an average of over 2,600 per contest. During the Lady Frogs' first 17 years in Division I before the Mittie era, just over 100,000 patrons witnessed a home game and TCU had on average less than 600 fans per game. Nine of the top 10 and 24 of the top 25 home crowds in TCU women's basketball history have come during Mittie's tenure."

    From 9,000 a night to 2,600, and still in the top 50. If their attendance is staggering, then what is ISU's?
     
  9. twistedredbird

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    #3 in the nation behind UConn and Tennessee. Let's get Stokes and Greenfield, and win the Big 12, a national championship, and we'll bump UConn. (hey, a fellow can dream, can't he?) Topping TN on the other hand, is probably out of reach.
     
  10. ISU3PtLand

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