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I don't have ANY animosity for UD or its fans - really quite the opposite. I just enjoy watching UD fans meltdown when disrespected. It's all about entertainment value and not in the least about animosity.Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha ...
... Despite your animosity for UD,...
Why do so many people judge a team’s upcoming potential based on who won’t be playing on that team?SLU is the only program that I would have felt comfortable finishing in the top 4. None of the “experts” have an answer for who is going to replace Aldridge. With all due respect to Adams, Aldridge was easily the best player in the league last year. Someone tell me why Davidson will be better this year.
Why do so many people judge a team’s upcoming potential based on who won’t be playing on that team?
You sure forgot Langston Galloway pretty easily.The so called “experts” obviously don’t care which players leave. Unfortunately, outside of Xavier, Temple and until last year VCU were the only programs that demonstrated any ability to consistently replace impact players.
This league has a bunch of highly regarded coaches that live off of season heavy classes that include an impact player.
UD was close to becoming one of the aforementioned mentioned programs, and URI was not too far behind. There are a ton of question marks about these two teams so we’ll see how this year turns out.
Back to my main point.
Davidson has never been able to duplicate NCAA appearances in the A10. In both of these seasons McKillop had a good team dominated by a senior POY.
LaSalle / Dr. G : Ramon Galloway
UR / Mooney: Anderson, Harper
St. Bona / Schmidt: Nicholson, Posey, Adams?
St Joes / Phil: De’Andre Bennett
SLU / Crews: Dwayne Evans
UMASS / Ford: Chaz Williams
Replacing impact players doesn’t happen often in this league