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RE: NCSU coaching search
A lot of fans are gravitating to Kevin Keatts at UNC-W. This might just be the guy that can turn the corner for the pack. His teams play defense! He built the program up after Buzz Peterson failed. Worked with Pitino on championship team and was head coach at Hargrave Military for about a decade. Pitino has great things to say about him.
03-04-2017 10:24 AM
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Keatts would be a great hire, but I'm being selfish and want Keatts to go to another program outside of the ACC. It would be great for the ACC and State.

I'm hoping he gets a gig at an A-10, Missouri Valley, AAC-type school and gravitate towards Louisville once Rick retires.
03-05-2017 07:07 AM
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Keatts is certainly making waves at UNCW. I would not say no but, I wish he had a bit more HC experience.
03-05-2017 09:20 AM
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What if they made an offer to Richard Pitino. Get to play his dad on a regular basis. Thoughts? I know it's unlikely but something to talk about.
03-06-2017 11:09 PM
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What about Cooley at Providence?
03-06-2017 11:51 PM
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Richard Pitino would be interesting. I'm thinking he is 1 or 2 on the list to replace his father at Louisville.

Cooley is interesting. He has experience playing in a tough league.
03-07-2017 07:34 AM
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(03-07-2017 07:34 AM)Wolfman Wrote:  Richard Pitino would be interesting. I'm thinking he is 1 or 2 on the list to replace his father at Louisville.


The list of Pitino replacements started in earnest a couple of different time in the fan base, first surrounding the extortion scandal, and last, around the Andre McGee stripper scandal.

Fans are all over the place, which you would kinda expect.

You have the Brad Stevens disciples, but I think this has cooled somewhat, given his success with the Celtics.

I'd say that the leader with the fans would be Billy Donovan, thinking that the NBA will spit him out about the time Pitino wants to hang it up. The Durant move to Golden State may expedite this some, but time will tell. Kentucky fans probably also see BD as a successor to Calipari, as well as Arizona's Sean Miller.

Local sportswriters seem to think that Tom Jurich really would pursue Jay Wright from Villanova, but I don't see that. I think Jay Wright is very comfortable where he is. And that Villanova likes that. And we all know that local sportswriters aren't the best sources for good info many times.

After that, you have guys like Greg Marshall, Kevin Keatts, Mick Cronin, Shaka Smart, Steve Masiello, Richard Pitino ... and this list could get silly, given Rick Pitino's coaching tree.

I don't think that Louisville fans have to worry too much about "staying in the family". I think Tom Jurich has shown he would go after whoever he thought was the best fit for U of L. Hell --- he hired an ex-UK coach for chrissakes. You can't get more out-of-the-family than that.
03-07-2017 11:57 AM
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(03-07-2017 11:57 AM)Pervis_Griffith Wrote:  
(03-07-2017 07:34 AM)Wolfman Wrote:  Richard Pitino would be interesting. I'm thinking he is 1 or 2 on the list to replace his father at Louisville.


The list of Pitino replacements started in earnest a couple of different time in the fan base, first surrounding the extortion scandal, and last, around the Andre McGee stripper scandal.

Fans are all over the place, which you would kinda expect.

You have the Brad Stevens disciples, but I think this has cooled somewhat, given his success with the Celtics.

I'd say that the leader with the fans would be Billy Donovan, thinking that the NBA will spit him out about the time Pitino wants to hang it up. The Durant move to Golden State may expedite this some, but time will tell. Kentucky fans probably also see BD as a successor to Calipari, as well as Arizona's Sean Miller.

Local sportswriters seem to think that Tom Jurich really would pursue Jay Wright from Villanova, but I don't see that. I think Jay Wright is very comfortable where he is. And that Villanova likes that. And we all know that local sportswriters aren't the best sources for good info many times.

After that, you have guys like Greg Marshall, Kevin Keatts, Mick Cronin, Shaka Smart, Steve Masiello, Richard Pitino ... and this list could get silly, given Rick Pitino's coaching tree.

I don't think that Louisville fans have to worry too much about "staying in the family". I think Tom Jurich has shown he would go after whoever he thought was the best fit for U of L. Hell --- he hired an ex-UK coach for chrissakes. You can't get more out-of-the-family than that.

That's more like a mixed marriage.
03-07-2017 12:18 PM
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Maybe the wuffies can't find anyone that wants to come to Rawlee.
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03-07-2017 01:16 PM
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(03-07-2017 01:16 PM)XLance Wrote:  Maybe the wuffies can't find anyone that wants to come to Rawlee.

SO it's like every other coaching search at NCSU?
03-07-2017 01:50 PM
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