You also don't have as close a relationship as the coaches do (I'm guessing), which can cloud judgment. Seems like suspensions like this should be handled by the AD, not the coach, or else possibly the university given that it reflects back on the institution's image (though it's pretty minor in most cases).According to the Sprinfield MA beat writer, all charges are misdemeanors. So I think Cady will be back after a 3-5 game suspension. I favor 5, but it seems I'm always more punitive than the coaches. Maybe because my job isn't on the line.
But remember if he were playing for a private college he'd be gone if found guilty. Public colleges allow bad behavior and rarely do players get released unless it is a serious crime.Hope it works out for the young'un. If he went to X this would be a 50 pg thread by now due to you know who.
There are two time I don't want to hear this, at a Umass game or while I'm on a date!....Just didn't go down.
I'm not talking about layups, but how about some screens t ofree up some nice 10 or 15 footers instead of hoisting up 32 rainbows from 22 (or more) feet away - with Reggie Johnson standing there waiting to inhale the misses?What, like take the ball to the hoop with Reggie Johnson standing there? Got a Plan C?