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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Thompsonclone, Oct 19, 2019.
Not defensive, just excited/passionate to talk about ISU hoops again because I’ve missed it.
You are LOL poster. The coach, formerly known as Da Mayor, had people here ripping him on his lack of in-bounds plays and how he needed some senior coaching assistance to learn the ropes his first couple years.
And he dumped us, we didn't dump him.
And then he left because he didn't want to be at ISU any more.
Some ISU fans when it comes to Hoiberg leaving.
Using Iowa as an example of doing something that makes sense in Basketball makes me chuckle.
im not even a fan of the one formally known as the mayor, now known as the traitorous former mayor, i was simply pointing out that he ran plays, out of timeouts especially, they have youtube videos of all his crazy offensive plays he had. its simply a fact that prohm runs more of a rhythm type offense that hasnt been that effective at all really ever considering the players we had. i think you need phenom smart tough pg to run his system and wigg was supposed to be the guy but then he wasnt and now he gone and now we gotta bunch of bigs.
We all say things that we instantly regret.
I guess it wouldn't be CF if a few people weren't freaking out over losing a scrimmage
I think without his injury it wouldn't even be a topic of discussion. But I don't think at this point there's any doubt it would benefit him.
this is even dumber.
CF = Constantly Freakin'
Look at the idiots melting down over a scrimmage
Rebounds most concerning
This is going to be a long year. Seventh in the conference might be about right. Problem is, we have talent on paper but we lost all of the team leadership.
LOL, i remember my first Purdon't homecoming victory too....
I give you credit for having no idea what the **** is going on.
Fire the coaches, burn Hilton to the ground then salt the earth so that it'll be a black hole for decades, and get Puma as the shoe deal.
I was under a similar assumption. In the fairly recent past, it wasn't even possible to find an "official" final score for scrimmages.
Apologize for being ignorant, but am curious. For many people degrees take longer than 4 years. If you do not redshirt and complete your eligibility in 4 years, do you still get the free ride until you graduate? If not, then as far as 'education' goes, I'd think it would be smarter to redshirt, gain an extra year of education, space out the educational requirements, and be able to focus more closely on basketball after the redshirt year.
Got about 3 posts in to this thread and I already hate our dumb ****** basketball fans and the hok troll projecting his FRan insecurities on our program.