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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285561

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NCJohnnie wrote: nypost.com/2018/05/17/seton-hall-lands-7...r-and-rim-protector/

Interesting that this kid apparently chose Seton Hall over several high majors at least in part because of a connection with their new AC Tony Skinn, who is also from Nigeria. Just another example where having multiple staff members helping on recruiting is important.


Well, we hate to admit it, but Willard has done a better job than anyone we have hire in last 15 years.


Agree JF. Cannot but, to this point.
Willard’s last 4 years at SH have been very solid: 84-48, with over 20 wins the past 3; but he was 66-66 in his first 4 years, and 150-114 in his Hall tenure so far.
Because of our emptied roster in CM’s first year, I do not believe it fair to attempt to compare Mullin to Willard’s first 4 years at this point.
“We shall see”...down the road.


Most SHU fans wanted him out early in his tenure.
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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285562

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OLV72 wrote:

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NCJohnnie wrote: nypost.com/2018/05/17/seton-hall-lands-7...r-and-rim-protector/

Interesting that this kid apparently chose Seton Hall over several high majors at least in part because of a connection with their new AC Tony Skinn, who is also from Nigeria. Just another example where having multiple staff members helping on recruiting is important.


Well, we hate to admit it, but Willard has done a better job than anyone we have hire in last 15 years.


Agree JF. Cannot but, to this point.
Willard’s last 4 years at SH have been very solid: 84-48, with over 20 wins the past 3; but he was 66-66 in his first 4 years, and 150-114 in his Hall tenure so far.
Because of our emptied roster in CM’s first year, I do not believe it fair to attempt to compare Mullin to Willard’s first 4 years at this point.
“We shall see”...down the road.


Most SHU fans wanted him out early in his tenure.


Yes, OLV72, fans can be impatient...as we know!
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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285563

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Chicago Days wrote:

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NCJohnnie wrote: nypost.com/2018/05/17/seton-hall-lands-7...r-and-rim-protector/

Interesting that this kid apparently chose Seton Hall over several high majors at least in part because of a connection with their new AC Tony Skinn, who is also from Nigeria. Just another example where having multiple staff members helping on recruiting is important.


Well, we hate to admit it, but Willard has done a better job than anyone we have hire in last 15 years.


Agree JF. Cannot but, to this point.
Willard’s last 4 years at SH have been very solid: 84-48, with over 20 wins the past 3; but he was 66-66 in his first 4 years, and 150-114 in his Hall tenure so far.
Because of our emptied roster in CM’s first year, I do not believe it fair to attempt to compare Mullin to Willard’s first 4 years at this point.
“We shall see”...down the road.


Amazingly there are still a bunch of SHU faithful that think they can do better than Willard. Maybe they can. Hell I thought 2 NCAA berths in 5 years after 8 years of futility was a welcome change. So what do i know.
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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285564

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RedStormRising2 wrote:

Chicago Days wrote:

JohnnyFan wrote:

NCJohnnie wrote: nypost.com/2018/05/17/seton-hall-lands-7...r-and-rim-protector/

Interesting that this kid apparently chose Seton Hall over several high majors at least in part because of a connection with their new AC Tony Skinn, who is also from Nigeria. Just another example where having multiple staff members helping on recruiting is important.


Well, we hate to admit it, but Willard has done a better job than anyone we have hire in last 15 years.


Agree JF. Cannot but, to this point.
Willard’s last 4 years at SH have been very solid: 84-48, with over 20 wins the past 3; but he was 66-66 in his first 4 years, and 150-114 in his Hall tenure so far.
Because of our emptied roster in CM’s first year, I do not believe it fair to attempt to compare Mullin to Willard’s first 4 years at this point.
“We shall see”...down the road.


Amazingly there are still a bunch of SHU faithful that think they can do better than Willard. Maybe they can. Hell I thought 2 NCAA berths in 5 years after 8 years of futility was a welcome change. So what do i know.


Lol. Yeah, puzzled how many can be disgruntled with an 84-48 record the past 4 years. But, as we know, fans can be 'unreasonable'!

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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285581

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Per Yahoo Sports
Donte DiVincenzo hasn't made a formal decision, but told @ShamsCharania he expects to remain in the NBA draft barring injury or a drastic change in his performance. yhoo.it/2LiqcTp
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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285583

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The League will be as wide as its ever been next year. Nova is losing a lot if Spellman and Donte go. No reason why we shouldn't finish at least top 4 next year.

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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285584

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alexander salem wrote: The League will be as wide as its ever been next year. Nova is losing a lot if Spellman and Donte go. No reason why we shouldn't finish at least top 4 next year.


Dante never started a game there.
Brunson is the real loss.
WE ARE ONE YEAR AWAY FROM ARMAGEDDON.

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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285587

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alexander salem wrote: The League will be as wide as its ever been next year. Nova is losing a lot if Spellman and Donte go. No reason why we shouldn't finish at least top 4 next year.


No reason why we shouldn't finish in the top four?

Reason #1: Getting out rebounded in almost every conference game
Reason #2: While Kieta is on the bench, no answer for anyone over 220 lbs. in the paint.
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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285588

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Tom in Salem wrote:

alexander salem wrote: The League will be as wide as its ever been next year. Nova is losing a lot if Spellman and Donte go. No reason why we shouldn't finish at least top 4 next year.


Dante never started a game there.
Brunson is the real loss.


They're losing 4 possible first rounders. They're all real losses.

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Around the Big East 18/19 4 months 3 weeks ago #285589

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JohnnyFan wrote:

alexander salem wrote: The League will be as wide as its ever been next year. Nova is losing a lot if Spellman and Donte go. No reason why we shouldn't finish at least top 4 next year.


No reason why we shouldn't finish in the top four?

Reason #1: Getting out rebounded in almost every conference game
Reason #2: While Kieta is on the bench, no answer for anyone over 220 lbs. in the paint.


Who do you realistically have ahead of us? Nova and Marquette are the ones that come to mind. everybody else will have huge questions marks to fill. The league lost a lot of talent this year.

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