Angry Fran is the best Fran

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Connor seems a little more mature this year. He used to be very easy to root against...when he used to act like a bully. Can you imagine being Bohanan right now. Coming back for your eighth season only to be sitting most of the games and at critical moments.
 
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Clonefan32

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I do love the idea of Connor instinctually throwing entry passes to no one as it's the only thing he's been allowed to do over the last 3 years.
 

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Connor seems a little more mature this year. He used to be very easy to root against...when he used to act like a bully. Can you imagine being Bohanan right now. Coming back for your eighth season only to be sitting most of the games and at critical moments.
JBo has nothing else. He is trying to avoid the downhill slide he is sees after college. He will probably ask to be a GA after this season so he can still lurk at the bars and hit on the 18 year old freshmen on campus.
 

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This one is the best! Stop watching Fran and follow along the behind the scenes of the event. Flippin priceless.
1) coat sleeve button barely misses hitting the score table stat guy's eyeball. I'll just call it right here, that sleeve catches that dudes eye: Fran would be immediately fired.
2) his ON THE COURT player stops to pick up the coat, that same player IS LEADING THE FAST BREAK!!!
3) The coat then proceeds to consume 2 assistant coaches time as the final resting coach looks around for "WTH do I do with this thing?"


Forgive my antifran geekiness, but this one is my all time favorite.

Seriously though, in today's society if.....If.......IF that coat sleeve hit the statistician in the head...........he gone for good. Not even the great Gary Barta could cover that one up and make it smell like roses.
 

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Did anyone see Mad Fran try to kick his own player during the Virginia game? He was up by more than 10, on the road, and this is what he does? I would rather have Steve Prohm any day.

 
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Did anyone see Mad Fran try to kick his own player during the Virginia game? He was up by more than 10, on the road, and this is what he does? I would rather have Steve Prohm any day.

How has that not been addressed?
 
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Clonefan32

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Uhh, guys, watch the clip. He didn't kick his player. He did a weird "high step" thing, which I'm glad to attribute to his incessant rage. But he didn't kick anyone.
 

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Connor seems a little more mature this year. He used to be very easy to root against...when he used to act like a bully. Can you imagine being Bohanan right now. Coming back for your eighth season only to be sitting most of the games and at critical moments.


Just wait, I've already read the script for Thursday night.
 

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The best part about this was that he called a timeout with .8 seconds left in the half, just to yell at his team.
To be fair, it was use it or lose it. :mccaffery:

I like how he screams "F***" so loud the whole arena can hear it and TV mics pick it up and then asks "What did I do?!" when a ref approaches him about it after.