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RE: To all the Doc Sadler defenders
Doc had some decent talent on the team when he took over before all the crap hit the fan. When it became evident that the team would not be any good, our admin chose a self-imposed postseason ban. It appeared to me that Doc did not wake up and start coaching until the NCAA investigation was made known.

I think Doc is an average coach that will struggle to bring in the talent he needs to win at Southern Miss.
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11-07-2016 10:14 AM
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RE: To all the Doc Sadler defenders
(11-07-2016 10:07 AM)EagNBran Wrote:  I think we all have seen how fans will support a good product on the court. We don't have one. I'm glad Tyndall excited basketball for me when I was a student. Do I think he ruined our program? Absolutely. But you can't deny the results he had while he was here.

"But otherwise, how'd you enjoy the play, Mrs. Lincoln?"

Btw, his results were 2 NIT appearances. While cheating. Hardly worth the sh** storm what we got in return. FFS, James Green took us to 2 NITs on the up-and-up and got ran out of town.

Maybe if people could have shown some excitement over a team good enough to beat Memphis and land an NCAA Tournament at-large bid instead of waiting to get their panties wet over a chubby guy with a slick smile, we'd have a prayer of accomplishing something around here.
11-07-2016 11:18 AM
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(11-07-2016 02:56 AM)shiftyeagle Wrote:  our conference sucks

Actually most of the conference is in decent shape, with the exceptions of FIU, FAU, N. Texas, UTSA and USM. And don't get me started on FAU, FIU and UTSA, none of the three have any vested interest in having a decent basketball program.

As for UAB, WKU, MTSU, Charlotte, Marshall, LA Tech, ODU, Rice and UTEP. Those schools are in decent shape, they now just have to go out and beat the schools they should and have a few upsets in contests they should be dogs in.

As far as Sadler goes USM was lucky to have someone with knowledge come into the program while it was getting hammer with violations. I don't think it will be this year but I think you will start to see a vast improvement in 17-18.
11-07-2016 04:47 PM
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Scott Berry is probably the least incompetent coach at USM right now.

OUCH.
11-07-2016 05:35 PM
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(11-07-2016 05:35 PM)BeagleUSM Wrote:  Scott Berry is probably the least incompetent coach at USM right now.

OUCH.

how is that?....doc hasn't had any chance to recruit in any facet that makes sense....

Berry is berryblueballs now in tenure....

yeah man....that's a fair from afar comparison....

at least you inserted "probably"....I'll give ya that and just be nice only stating that.....
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(11-07-2016 04:47 PM)HerdZoned Wrote:  
(11-07-2016 02:56 AM)shiftyeagle Wrote:  our conference sucks

Actually most of the conference is in decent shape, with the exceptions of FIU, FAU, N. Texas, UTSA and USM. And don't get me started on FAU, FIU and UTSA, none of the three have any vested interest in having a decent basketball program.

As for UAB, WKU, MTSU, Charlotte, Marshall, LA Tech, ODU, Rice and UTEP. Those schools are in decent shape, they now just have to go out and beat the schools they should and have a few upsets in contests they should be dogs in.

As far as Sadler goes USM was lucky to have someone with knowledge come into the program while it was getting hammer with violations. I don't think it will be this year but I think you will start to see a vast improvement in 17-18.

Hope so, but most years the conference gets one invite.....until that changes we are a subpar conference. Obviously USM isn't helping things.
11-08-2016 03:26 AM
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(11-08-2016 03:26 AM)shiftyeagle Wrote:  Hope so, but most years the conference gets one invite.....until that changes we are a subpar conference. Obviously USM isn't helping things.

At least we aren't Memphis and the 11 midgets anymore. The top 3-4 programs in the conference I think could play with almost anyone. The conference for the most part is competitive night in and night out.

Heck even USM took Marshall to OT last year in Huntington. If not for a tip in by James Kelly with :04 to go in the game and a 3 at the buzzer in OT by Austin Loop USM would have left with a win.

Obviously getting schools into the NCAA is important but not a measuring of success of a conference over all. Last year 7 of the 14 teams had winning records, only 4 other conferences can say that. CUSA also had two teams in the top 10 in tempo with Marshall at #3 in the country and Charlotte at #7. Also last year Marshall scored 2,848 points or 85.2 points per game which was the #3 best points per game in the country.
11-08-2016 11:29 AM
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(11-08-2016 11:29 AM)HerdZoned Wrote:  
(11-08-2016 03:26 AM)shiftyeagle Wrote:  Hope so, but most years the conference gets one invite.....until that changes we are a subpar conference. Obviously USM isn't helping things.

At least we aren't Memphis and the 11 midgets anymore. The top 3-4 programs in the conference I think could play with almost anyone. The conference for the most part is competitive night in and night out.

Heck even USM took Marshall to OT last year in Huntington. If not for a tip in by James Kelly with :04 to go in the game and a 3 at the buzzer in OT by Austin Loop USM would have left with a win.

Obviously getting schools into the NCAA is important but not a measuring of success of a conference over all. Last year 7 of the 14 teams had winning records, only 4 other conferences can say that. CUSA also had two teams in the top 10 in tempo with Marshall at #3 in the country and Charlotte at #7. Also last year Marshall scored 2,848 points or 85.2 points per game which was the #3 best points per game in the country.


This may be one of the more delusional posts I've seen on here. Getting to the NCAA isn't the most important measuring stick for a conference? Okay.
11-08-2016 03:54 PM
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(11-04-2016 11:18 AM)Nuggets Ghost Wrote:  
(11-04-2016 10:50 AM)Eagle9 Wrote:  Starting Point Guard (our best player) was out. Davis got got hurt early and only played a few minutes. Doc called exactly zero plays for the first 30 minutes, wanted to let the kids figure the offensive end out on their own, which is what most coaches do early. Lots of new faces, Juco walk ons being major contributors. We only have 10 scholarship players. Played with 7 of them most of the night.

Yes it's year 3, but coming off the sanctions, its more like year one. Last night was not encouraging, but it was an exhibition, with all of the factors listed above playing a role. Every single year a big name gets beat or almost beat by a D-2 or NAIA team. It happens. Chill.

We are better than last year in my opinion. I think we win 12-15 games. If we win less than 10 again, call for Sadler's head all you want. But basing off an exhibition without our best player is dumb. And yes, it's still Tyndall's fault. He is the sole reason why we only have 10 scholarship players. And why several left because of the NCAA trouble.

...what tyndall did to basketball was even more destructive than what HWNSNBS did to football.

dumbest thing ive ever read
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(11-04-2016 03:30 PM)nastybunch Wrote:  The more I think of it, the more I realize that the hiring of Donnie Tyndall was much worse that hiring EJ.

tied for the dumbest thing ive ever read
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