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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by ohly2311, Mar 22, 2019.
I’d guess it’s because they feel the highs are not worth the lows. Also likely because they view it as a continued trend rather than a mulligan or simply a “season” like this. Consistent errors and weaknesses, hidden by inheriting two of the best rosters in program history, as well as one put together by Prohm.
I wonder if he’s still supposed to be the successor for Bill Self at KU...
Are you able to elaborate on the rumblings regarding SPs future at ISU?
I don't have anything reliable on this. To be fair I'm not really asking either, I don't want to burn any bridges at this point
The question isn't 'who would hire Prohm this offseason?' It's 'who would hire Prohm this offseason, but not after next season?'
Unless the perfect situation opens up, why would Prohm turn down the extra money, and a top 25 recruiting class he has coming next season?
Thanks Twins. You said a lot by saying little.
If there was a dumber than dumb rating.....
Maybe it’s neither of Steve getting fired or Steve finding a different coaching job. Maybe he’s stressed and wants to reboot and sit out a year and then find another gig?
IMO the whole consistent errors and weaknesses take gets blown way out of proportion. Two "down years" don't define his career at Iowa State and nor should they.
There does seem to be some rumblings.
So you think prohm is the sole source for Tyrese development? Did you even read the posts I was replying to?
You made a stupid comment. Others, besides me, told you it was stupid.
Lol, sure, Steve!!!
It arguably hasn’t been fully realized by those like yourself, but it was clear from early on this staff needed a lot of talent to mask things like being unable to teach ball screen defense. Or manage a lockerroom.
3 in 6 will define his exit, if he doesn’t get help in the form of a great assistant.
Eastern Kentucky will probably be looking for a coach after their current one heads for greener pastures.
? - sounds like some smoke, but A number of folks here have been "rumbling" ever since the FAM loss; then the double-digit beatdown vs Iowa. This thread dates to Mar 2019
Absolutely true but what I notice is that more and more are hearing rumors of something happening yet there aren't any countering them or saying for certain that he's 100% staying our coach. Not one. That's a bit telling to me that something is afoot.
My only thing is if there's an announcement of him departing, that it's done like next week.
It's hard for me to believe JP would can him outright at this point, for reasons many have previously discussed. Unless it's some kind of managed transition with CSP heading to a minor P5 or mid-major in the south somewhere. Something like that is the only way I can think today is his last day.
I assume it could very well wait till April. I can imagine Pollard asking him to wait to announce