Hoiberg Coached his *** off tonight!!!

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  1. BloodyBuddy

    BloodyBuddy Well-Known Member

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    Coached his *** off tonight. Great plays out of timeouts, great in-bounds plays, great use of time-outs, great substitutions.
     
  2. Cyclonesince78

    Cyclonesince78 Well-Known Member

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    Thank god for FRED HOIBERG
     
  3. ISUAgronomist

    ISUAgronomist Well-Known Member

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    Re: Hoiberg Coached his *** of tonight!!!

    Out Selfed Self with a properly timed Technical :jimlad:
     
  4. cyatheart

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    yeah, really subbed well, was ready to go in both halfs, greeat out of TO plays....great job from Freddy
     
  5. Cyclonesince78

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    This. Outside of that small initial run they had, we dominated the rest of the way. Self got completely out coached, and that doesn't happen very often.
     
  6. Bewilderme

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    I thought the most impressive part of his coaching job tonight was the way he moved on from getting T'd up and redirected that back on himself. Our guys responded perfectly by having amnesia over that BS 6 point play and storming right back.
     
  7. RayShimley

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    Use of Edozie was brilliant. Would've lost Ejim and/or Georges without him in there to eat up those minutes.
     
  8. BloodyBuddy

    BloodyBuddy Well-Known Member

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    That play at the end of the first half was awesome, despite Georges missing it
     
  9. Cyclonic1

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    And great use of the Technical too as it seemed to frighten the zebras into calling this game evenly after that point. I loved the sideline reporter's comment who eavesdropped on the timeout huddle. Fred said "Sorry guys, my fault, we are a better team when you play poised and I coach poised."
     
  10. RayShimley

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    Agree. Good to know we have that in our back pocket if we ever need a quick two with less than a second left. Amazing play.
     
  11. cyclonedave25

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    This. The way he utilized Edozie was fantastic.
     
  12. Cyclonepride

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    Fred is a hell of a coach.
     
  13. nj829

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    Time for a new contract. again.
     
  14. CRcyclone6

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    any video of the T. haven't seen it yet
     
  15. madguy30

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    ...a punch to anyone during his 'tirade' would've been just fine by me.

    I like the way Fred stays calm most of the time because it makes it that much more awesome when he gets fired up.
     
  16. gogagig

    gogagig Well-Known Member

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    I said this in the game thread, but deserves a mention here too. Doc Sadler is phenomenal. He is constantly giving Fred suggestions, and Fred is always listening to him. And when he's not strategizing with Fred, he's coaching some player on the bench. It's very clear that Fred and the players have a ton of respect for Doc.

    He has been a great hire.
     
  17. CapnCy

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    Great point. Didn't know much about Doc when he was at Nebby, but he really seems to connect with the guys and is always coaching.
     
  18. ribsnwhiskey

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    This. They finally got the message. KU isn't so great when they don't get all the calls.
     
  19. IceCyIce

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    Time for a Bill Fennely Contract?
     
  20. ICclone23

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    Yeah Jamie needs to give him the first ever $200 million 50 year contract.
     

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