Iffff we were to look for a coach who would be realistic targets?


#225

#226

We were all frustrated after the OSU loss last year at home that dropped us to 4-6 in conference.

The question was whether it represented some type of downward trend from which JB could never recover. Opinions differed. The verdict seems pretty clear at this point.


#227

There were polite, constructive ways to express those opinions and impolite, attacking ways to express those opinions. I lost interest in the dialogue last year when a lot of it went below the line and got repetitive.


#228

BEILEIN! YESSSSSS!

These are the good old days my friends!


#229

Even a decade ago @umhoops had to bring us down to earth with the overreactions, lol


#230

It is strange reading Dylan in his infant journalism days. His voice is a lot different


#231

I just want to see Jordan Poole pull this on Saturday:

I am also curious if Manny really did try to check himself into the game because that is sure what it looked like about halfway through overtime.


#232

Interesting comment below that recap:

Justin…JB is a good coach, not a great one. Roy Williams is a great coach. Tom Izzo is a great coach. Jim Calhoun is a great coach. I can personally guaruntee you that the aforementioned coaches would NEVER EVER EVER EVER sit their best player, the player that has put us in this position, for overtime in the biggest game of the year.

Jaren Jackson Jr. might disagree…


#233

I wish we were facing Weber on Saturday. I’d like that coaching matchup.


#234

me too. i was pulling hard for K-state


#235

http://forum.umhoops.com/t/eating-crow-revisited/

I forgot how toxic this old locked thread was and how it certainly hasn’t aged well. It’s literally comical now. Also, do you guys think we’re screwed next year now that we didn’t get Jamal Cain?!


#236

Eating Crow: Revisited: Revisited


#237

Umhoopsfan’s first response is absolutely golden. He nailed it right away and perfectly. I tip my cap to you @UMHoopsFan


#238

Brilliant and incredibly accurate.