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TE, if it comes down to Texas, one big factor would be outside of our control -- a conference and region that pays a lot more attention to basketball than the SEC.
For one of the first times on this thread, Sip, I agree. Why triple his current salary when we can double it first?
Interesting excerpt from al.com on Texas as a possible competitor for Marshall...
From the other side of the equation.
Wichita State works to keep their coach at home.
If that's true, that is indeed "a crazy contract," and we'd better be strapping on our bullet-proof vests.
They could already have been talking.
An AD doesn't make humiliating public comments to a longstanding basketball coach unless he wants him gone. Patterson could have been planning his moves for weeks. Even if Texas is a couple of steps...
They also had the Mike Edwards, Len Kosmalski, John Snow era in the early '70s when they routinely challenged UK at the top of the league. Of course, back then everybody played UT and Kentucky back...
[QUOTE=BamaMoon;2602294]I agree that's what he SHOULD have said. Of course CNS should have handle the Miami press better too.
Looking back, we should never have hired Saban either.
"Sounds easy ... Too easy."
In nod to harmonic convergences, what are the odds of Rick Barnes exchanging one shade of UT orange for another? Might have to ween himself from his Bil Oil salary, but he would be an obvious fit.
You're welcome to your own opinion, but you're reading a ridiculous amount into a few words and single game.
He'd be mine, too. Would be interesting to see how he'd coach better talent. I'd be happy to watch him try.
Don't you think this subject has already come up?
Good column. Oh I forgot: Scarbo is a barner. Scarbo is a barner. Scarbo is a ....