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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
Ollie sucks. He won with Calhoun's kids. I can see them staying down, permanently. Kids they will be recruiting today don't care what they did five years ago.
03-24-2017 05:33 PM
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-21-2017 08:17 AM)Knights_of_UCF Wrote:  UCF - Cliffs - return everyone valuable except Matt, bring in a ton of exciting transfers and get a couple guys back from redshirt injuries

Returnees:
BJ Taylor - Starter
Tacko Fall - Starter
AJ Davis - Starter
Chad Brown
Chance McSpadden -- sitting out with injury

Loses:
Tank Efianayi - limited minutes due to injury to end the year
Matt Williams - elite shooter
Nick Banyard

Newcomers:
Terell Allen - transfer from Drexel
Ceasar Dejesus - Redshirt
Dayon Griffin - Transfer from LA Tech
Aubrey Dawkins - Transfer from Michigan
Rokas Ulvydas - Transfer from Texas Tech
Kani Coles - Freshman signee
Myles Douglas - Freshman signee
Daniel LEwis - Freshman signee

I'm not convinced Tako comes back. He's getting attention on espn now in the UCF NIT run. He reminds me of a Shawn Bradley. A 7'6 guy with one year of college (BYU) who suddenly out of nowhere got some national attention because of his height leading to a #1 pick in the NBA draft. Tako is better than Bradley.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-24-2017 05:33 PM)Bearcats#1 Wrote:  Ollie sucks. He won with Calhoun's kids. I can see them staying down, permanently. Kids they will be recruiting today don't care what they did five years ago.

Well, at least he won with someone's kids. Cronin can't even get a conference title.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-24-2017 06:53 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 08:17 AM)Knights_of_UCF Wrote:  UCF - Cliffs - return everyone valuable except Matt, bring in a ton of exciting transfers and get a couple guys back from redshirt injuries

Returnees:
BJ Taylor - Starter
Tacko Fall - Starter
AJ Davis - Starter
Chad Brown
Chance McSpadden -- sitting out with injury

Loses:
Tank Efianayi - limited minutes due to injury to end the year
Matt Williams - elite shooter
Nick Banyard

Newcomers:
Terell Allen - transfer from Drexel
Ceasar Dejesus - Redshirt
Dayon Griffin - Transfer from LA Tech
Aubrey Dawkins - Transfer from Michigan
Rokas Ulvydas - Transfer from Texas Tech
Kani Coles - Freshman signee
Myles Douglas - Freshman signee
Daniel LEwis - Freshman signee

I'm not convinced Tako comes back. He's getting attention on espn now in the UCF NIT run. He reminds me of a Shawn Bradley. A 7'6 guy with one year of college (BYU) who suddenly out of nowhere got some national attention because of his height leading to a #1 pick in the NBA draft. Tako is better than Bradley.

This is not the same NBA that Bradley played in. Fall has a long way to go to have any type of impact in the league.
03-24-2017 10:29 PM
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-24-2017 09:32 PM)Bogg Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 05:33 PM)Bearcats#1 Wrote:  Ollie sucks. He won with Calhoun's kids. I can see them staying down, permanently. Kids they will be recruiting today don't care what they did five years ago.

Well, at least he won with someone's kids. Cronin can't even get a conference title.

Had one before you guys, so wrong. I don't take pleasure in this at all, but UConn's program is headed on a sharp downward trajectory. They were an 80 foot shot from not making the tournament 3 straight years. The league needs them to be good and quick.
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(03-24-2017 11:10 PM)stxrunner Wrote:  Had one before you guys, so wrong.

No you didn't. AAC's gone Louisville-SMU-UConn-SMU. Don't try to claim a one-seed as a championship.
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(03-24-2017 11:17 PM)Bogg Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 11:10 PM)stxrunner Wrote:  Had one before you guys, so wrong.

No you didn't. AAC's gone Louisville-SMU-UConn-SMU. Don't try to claim a one-seed as a championship.

Wait, lol. Are you trying to claim the regular season doesn't count? Hahahahahaha.

You do realize that only the ACC has that rule right? Almost every other conference declares a season champion and a tournament champion, who is awarded the automatic bid to the tournament.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-24-2017 10:29 PM)PonyUpTempo Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 06:53 PM)billybobby777 Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 08:17 AM)Knights_of_UCF Wrote:  UCF - Cliffs - return everyone valuable except Matt, bring in a ton of exciting transfers and get a couple guys back from redshirt injuries

Returnees:
BJ Taylor - Starter
Tacko Fall - Starter
AJ Davis - Starter
Chad Brown
Chance McSpadden -- sitting out with injury

Loses:
Tank Efianayi - limited minutes due to injury to end the year
Matt Williams - elite shooter
Nick Banyard

Newcomers:
Terell Allen - transfer from Drexel
Ceasar Dejesus - Redshirt
Dayon Griffin - Transfer from LA Tech
Aubrey Dawkins - Transfer from Michigan
Rokas Ulvydas - Transfer from Texas Tech
Kani Coles - Freshman signee
Myles Douglas - Freshman signee
Daniel LEwis - Freshman signee

I'm not convinced Tako comes back. He's getting attention on espn now in the UCF NIT run. He reminds me of a Shawn Bradley. A 7'6 guy with one year of college (BYU) who suddenly out of nowhere got some national attention because of his height leading to a #1 pick in the NBA draft. Tako is better than Bradley.

This is not the same NBA that Bradley played in. Fall has a long way to go to have any type of impact in the league.
That is true, but NBA teams still draft on potential.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-24-2017 11:25 PM)stxrunner Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 11:17 PM)Bogg Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 11:10 PM)stxrunner Wrote:  Had one before you guys, so wrong.

No you didn't. AAC's gone Louisville-SMU-UConn-SMU. Don't try to claim a one-seed as a championship.

Wait, lol. Are you trying to claim the regular season doesn't count? Hahahahahaha.

You do realize that only the ACC has that rule right? Almost every other conference declares a season champion and a tournament champion, who is awarded the automatic bid to the tournament.

Yes, I am claiming that the regular season "championship" is a glorified participation trophy, in any conference, and the idea of crowing two equal, separate "champions" in the same conference in the same sport every year is stupid. Houston didn't get an award for being the conference football team that rose highest in the polls over the course of the year, but I'm sure Villanova will be thrilled to hear that they're actually exiting this tournament as the defending back-to-back national champions. The team that gets the AQ won the conference.
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RE: AAC Fans - Who does your basketball team lose/gain next year?
(03-25-2017 02:11 PM)Bogg Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 11:25 PM)stxrunner Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 11:17 PM)Bogg Wrote:  
(03-24-2017 11:10 PM)stxrunner Wrote:  Had one before you guys, so wrong.

No you didn't. AAC's gone Louisville-SMU-UConn-SMU. Don't try to claim a one-seed as a championship.

Wait, lol. Are you trying to claim the regular season doesn't count? Hahahahahaha.

You do realize that only the ACC has that rule right? Almost every other conference declares a season champion and a tournament champion, who is awarded the automatic bid to the tournament.

Yes, I am claiming that the regular season "championship" is a glorified participation trophy, in any conference, and the idea of crowing two equal, separate "champions" in the same conference in the same sport every year is stupid. Houston didn't get an award for being the conference football team that rose highest in the polls over the course of the year, but I'm sure Villanova will be thrilled to hear that they're actually exiting this tournament as the defending back-to-back national champions. The team that gets the AQ won the conference.

No one person would consider the conference championship of lesser value than the conference tournament champion. I surmise the reason the Ncaa chooses the tournament winner is because of simplicity and added drama to the process. Who would watch the conference tournaments if the bid was not at stake. With the bid attached to the tournament, they can soak John sports fan for an additional week. The Houston analogy makes no sense.
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