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Old 04-20-2017, 12:34 PM   #616 (permalink)
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Somewhat off topic of the coaching carousel thread, but surprisingly, you are not wrong sjhawk! Higher education in New York State consists of 271 public, private not-for-profit, and proprietary (for-profit) institutions. In addition to the 64 separate colleges and universities of the SUNY system and the 19 colleges of the CUNY system, most of the 147 independent, private colleges and universities are also charted with the State of New York. So, LIU was initially and still is charted by the State of New York, just like Bona's and Fordham of our beloved A-14.
Do you work in higher education, 84? Or, perhaps, you just have too much time on your hands.

Or, more likely, both!
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No, I don't work in higher education, although I used to have many clients that were colleges and universities.
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Old 04-20-2017, 02:14 PM   #618 (permalink)
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And he stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
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https://www.si.com/college-basketbal...low_twitter_si

SI coaching grades......

VCU: A
George Washington: B-
Dayton: C+
UMass: C

They did not grade Duquesne
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Time will tell, but think C is a bit low. Did not attend, but Matt McCall was in Boston today and finished at the UMass Club. Also Tom Mclaughlin did some nice post on UMassHoops.

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Now that the dust has settled and Matt McCall is our coach let me just let you know that this morning I had breakfast with Matt, Ryan Bamford and Dave Biancamano and came away very impressed. Coach McCall is thrilled to be in Amherst and is a high energy guy and proud to be at UMass. He also understands that we need to get players from MA and the New England AAU and Prep schools. He is very knowledgeable about the area and really wants to know the history of UMass basketball. Ryan Bamford is really proud to be at UMass and wants the best for the UMass athletic program. It's great to see the athletic department working as a team reminds me of the type of people that were at Stanford and Notre Dame when I was there. Everyone worked together for the good of the University. I have been around and seen Bill Walsh when he coached at Stanford and meeting Coach McCall I couldn't help but think back to Bill Walsh. He came to Stanford as an unassuming guy who was smart enough to put together a great staff around him and get his teams to play an exciting brand of football so he could compete with USC and UCLA. There was something about Coach McCall that got my interest and his enthusiasm is contagious and he has a high energy level. This should be an exciting era for UMass basketball and it looks like Ryan Bamford has found a hidden gem. From knowing Jack Leaman this is a guy he would have liked. Jack would appreciate that he wants to be here and be your coach. Now the fans and more importantly the students need to get behind the basketball program. There is a huge opportunity to become the best program in New England and get national attention. From what I saw this young coach and the administration plans on doing just that. Coach McCall is a solid choice and is a worker. He reminds me of the type of people that follow UMass basketball down to earth and a regular guy. After you meet him you feel good about UMass basketball. He wants to be in Amherst.

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Just wanted to update fans before I go down to watch the Celtics. We ate in Quincy @ Craig's Cafe. Good food and it's interesting we were in Quincy where Jack Leaman is from. Talked about the fans and students and how MA fans will support you if you play hard i.e. Celtics and Patriots. Also students need to be asked to help. You need them. The band is one of the best in the country but are off to the side by themselves. Put them and students behind visiting teams bench. Make it so they hate playing in your gym just like West Virginia. Make it so they complain about traveling to Amherst.
As a result of our meeting Jackie MacMullan, Ian Thomsen SI and NBA.com and Bob Ryan have agreed to talk with Coach McCall. FYI Bob Ryan got right back to me on this. Both Jackie MacMullan and Bob Ryan began years ago covering UMass basketball and I'm hoping they will look at us again in a good light. Also contacted management with the Celtics and got a favorable response to helping.
Reached out to a long time friend in the NBA Donnie Walsh and he has agreed to speak with Coach McCall. Donnie Walsh is a tremendous resource in that he has been a college assistant, an NBA head coach, a general manager of Indiana, and a President @ Indiana and NY. He has also been nominated for the Basketball Hall of Fame. These are positive steps that can help the program.
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Time will tell, but think C is a bit low. Did not attend, but Matt McCall was in Boston today and finished at the UMass Club. Also Tom Mclaughlin did some nice post on UMassHoops.




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Do you work in higher education, 84?
If by working in higher education means does he know how to google, then yes.
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If by working in higher education means does he know how to google, then yes.
Rude and reductive, res.

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Well, I was going to point out that I wasn't even sure that he had a higher education, but that would have been ruder.
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Nice dress shirt
What about the shoes.
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What about the shoes.
I was always told to wear black shoes with a dark suit. These days people love to wear brown shoes.
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Well, I was going to point out that I wasn't even sure that he had a higher education, but that would have been ruder.
Up yours, res.
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And, I didn't learn how to Google in college. I learned that all by myself.
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And, I didn't learn how to Google in college. I learned that all by myself.
When you were in college all you had were those fancy word processors with the perforated pages.
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I was always told to wear black shoes with a dark suit. These days people love to wear brown shoes.
Can't wear black shoes with a navy suit. Sacrilege.
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