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ISU, KSU and MU all looking for new coaches what are the rumors on what coach is the schools are going after?
Wow, you must be very blissful considering how ignorant you are.Big_CKansas said:Perfect coaching job for Huggins. At KSU you have very little academic qualifications and very little restrictions, hence the rise of the football program during the 90's. With Huggins connections back in Cincinnati I am sure he can get some felons and high school dropouts qualified at Kansas State.
I'm well aware that many are ignorant and choose to see Huggins as a pariah and glad to see you can restate Stewart Mandel's hack piece. He has been an easy media target since he crashed the Final Four with a team full of jucos that lifted weights and wore black. You're correct that he didn't care what other's thought; however, you are incorrect that all he cared about was winning. All he cared about were his players and making them the best that they could be.Big_CKansas said:Yes, that would be correct. I really don't care what you think. Wether it is being ignorant or what. But it is my opinion and my opinion is shared by a lot of people. The guy just ran a program in which he didn't give a damn about how the program looked or wether his kids got an education or not. All he cared about was winning, and at all costs. In 14 years at Cincinnari, 27 players got degrees. Only 27 players in 14 years! I could then add how many players got arrested or how many times he or one of his assistant coaches got arrested. When looking at it, it is just sad!
Yeah, but you are just as guilty of ignoring (or at least sidestepping) the bad as bigC is of ignoring the good.cpawfan said:I learned a long time ago that most people take the easy way when forming opinions and following conventional wisdom is the easy way.
I'm not sidestepping the bad. I'm as frustrated as any UC fan with the "problems"; however, I also understand the context of the situation and am aware of more than the half truths regurgitated in the national media. It is easy to take potshots and far more difficult to seek out the truth or in the case, as Paul Harvey would say, the rest of the story.The Truth said:Yeah, but you are just as guilty of ignoring (or at least sidestepping) the bad as bigC is of ignoring the good.
Let me guess, Huggins was only interested in helping Robert Whaley become a better person, right?
And let's not call people ignorant.
cpawfan said:It appears you are ignorant of the definition of ignorant. An ignorant person is someone that is lacking knowledge or is uniformed on a subject.
It can certainly shake things up in the Big 12. I can't wait to see the Huggins/Knight matches.kansasalumn said:I think it is a good move for KSU. Got a winner. This move put KSU back on the map as a college basketball program power house. It has been 20 plus years since its powerhouse days. As a colllege basketball fan, I hope KSU returns to it glory days. As a KU fan I am indifferent I would love to see KSU stink as long as possible