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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237619

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richard steinfeld wrote:
Sheed wasn't going to classes. So he wasn't going to be able to play for Mullin regardless. I would love to know what demands Mullin made of CO that he couldn't comply. That knucklehead lost the year for nothing.

Didn't that knucklehead, CO, lose the rest of his college career?
I thought he left UNLV as well
Or am I having another senior moment?
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237621

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MarkRedman wrote:
richard steinfeld wrote:
Sheed wasn't going to classes. So he wasn't going to be able to play for Mullin regardless. I would love to know what demands Mullin made of CO that he couldn't comply. That knucklehead lost the year for nothing.

Didn't that knucklehead, CO, lose the rest of his college career?
I thought he left UNLV as well
Or am I having another senior moment?

He left, now in AIr Traffic Controller training program.
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237625

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Funny. He's playing in the D League in Santa Cruz. Not producing much.
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237626

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austour wrote:
Funny. He's playing in the D League in Santa Cruz. Not producing much.

Santa Cruz has huge waves, good coffee and a lot of weed.
“If trees could scream, would we be so cavalier about cutting them down? We might, if they screamed all the time, for no good reason.”
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237628

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Hopefully Antigua will bring Desco along with him to his next gig ;)
Proud member of the Mullinnial generation.
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237629

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Paul Massell wrote:
austour wrote:
Funny. He's playing in the D League in Santa Cruz. Not producing much.

Santa Cruz has huge waves, good coffee and a lot of weed.
And a bunch of winding roads much like his career.
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237631

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Paul Massell wrote:
austour wrote:
Funny. He's playing in the D League in Santa Cruz. Not producing much.

Santa Cruz has huge waves, good coffee and a lot of weed.

And banana slugs. Actually the campus is really nice but it was too woodsy/natural for my daughter.
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237632

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Obekpa came from a privileged family--his uncle was the king of Nigeria--and it showed in his attitude.

Jordan came from opposite circumstances and to me is the biggest loss we've had, in terms of sheer talent. Sometimes troubled kids are better off staying close to home. I wonder if all the commuting to Philly had been cut out, if he would have actually attended some classes and been able to stay in school.
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Coaching Changes 6 months 3 weeks ago #237640

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Santos was one of Oliver Antigua's kids. Like Delgado went to the Hall because of Antigua, Santos was going to USF.
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Paultzman wrote:
Antigua out at South Florida

Good thing that (a) we've won a few games lately, and (b) we don't have a known ongoing academic scandal going on, otherwise, given this extended Jeff Goodman tweet, we'd all have justification to ask the "Fire Mullin"? questions again.

Per Goodman:

Orlando Antigua was fired for a lack of wins, but the ongoing NCAA investigation into academic fraud -- which ultimately led to his brother Oliver's departure back in July -- obviously played into the decision to be let go. One source close to Antigua said that his staff -- with his brother and Rod Strickland -- was a big issue. "Way too inexperienced," the source said. "And they had all these guys from New York on staff -- and didn't sign kids from New York."

Their roster includes three NYC kids: Isaiah Manderson (6'10" jr.) and Luis Santos (6'9" soph), both from the Bronx, and Troy Holston (6'4" soph) from Queens.
Weren't we on Santos at one point? What's the rules when transferring when a Coach is fired? Can they play right away?

Yes on Santos from St. Rays.

I believe normal transfer rules stand.
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