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Who will be our new leader?
Uhh.......

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Hearing rumors that Wood Selig is flying out to meet with Thad Matta to try and convince him to return to College Basketball to lead the Monarchs
It's not the end of basketball season yet. Hopefully they are focused on getting the best football coach possible, unless one has already been selected...

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If we could just get rid of Ted Alexander everything would be fine.
(12-03-2019 11:58 PM)mturn017 Wrote: [ -> ]If we could just get rid of Ted Alexander everything would be fine.

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Wood seems to prefer Dave Leito or Pete Gillen

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(12-03-2019 11:58 PM)mturn017 Wrote: [ -> ]If we could just get rid of Ted Alexander everything would be fine.

Or, if they just gave Ted Alexander a Lifetime Contract Bobby wouldn't have lost his job and everything would forever be fine with the football and basketball teams.
Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?
(12-04-2019 08:25 AM)VB Monarch Wrote: [ -> ]Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?

Even if we have to buy him out, Selig needs to go. I say we clean house and offer Jay Harris the AD position.
(12-04-2019 09:51 AM)DMC Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 08:25 AM)VB Monarch Wrote: [ -> ]Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?

Even if we have to buy him out, Selig needs to go. I say we clean house and offer Jay Harris the AD position.

His credentials are........sportscenter anchor?
Jay Harris is not qualified and he’s not taking a pay cut to be AD. Sometimes, I don’t know if folks on here are joking or are completely clueless.
(12-04-2019 10:58 AM)ODUCoach Wrote: [ -> ]Jay Harris is not qualified and he’s not taking a pay cut to be AD. Sometimes, I don’t know if folks on here are joking or are completely clueless.

Check the recent history of DMCs coaching suggestions, it's gotta be tongue in cheek.
If it sounds absurd, go with it being tongue in cheek. Otherwise you look silly taking it seriously.
I think we need to clear house. Fire Jones, Selig, Broderick, every coach, cheerleaders, professors, the students, all alumni, dissolve ODAF, bulldoze the buildings, kill this forum, and use the endowment to start over.
(12-04-2019 09:51 AM)DMC Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 08:25 AM)VB Monarch Wrote: [ -> ]Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?

Even if we have to buy him out, Selig needs to go. I say we clean house and offer Jay Harris the AD position.

Ted Alexander to AD and Dave Twardzik for MBB HC. 05-stirthepot

Seriously though, we have seen this gradually coming.
College basketball is ever changing, and we have a coach mired in the 1980s; both technically and philosophically.

Kids today start playing basketball a certain way from a very young age on the playground. They then progress through rec ball, middle school, and high school.
During those years the kids learn and refine their skills, based on coaching and experience. By the time they come out of high school they are pretty much set as to their individual style and ability to function within the framework of team.
It is nothing like the way the game was played 30-40 years ago.

IMHO, we have a coach who is still in that era, and trying to place the square pegs in the round holes.
Someone posted something to the effect that we have a bunch of three star recruits who are torn down and then rebuilt, by the end of the season producing a usable (but not great) product due to the athletic talent of the players and their ability to learn.

Since few, if any of today's kids come out of HS with a ready-to-go 1980s game, we NEED is a coach who will embrace the today's skills and styles, and further hone those from the start. That would produce immediately competitive teams from the players, as well as more up-to-date schemes that would be competitive with the modern college game.
^ this. Except the part about Ted and Dave 03-wink
(12-04-2019 11:44 AM)ODUalum78 Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 09:51 AM)DMC Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 08:25 AM)VB Monarch Wrote: [ -> ]Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?

Even if we have to buy him out, Selig needs to go. I say we clean house and offer Jay Harris the AD position.

Ted Alexander to AD and Dave Twardzik for MBB HC. 05-stirthepot

Seriously though, we have seen this gradually coming.
College basketball is ever changing, and we have a coach mired in the 1980s; both technically and philosophically.

Kids today start playing basketball a certain way from a very young age on the playground. They then progress through rec ball, middle school, and high school.
During those years the kids learn and refine their skills, based on coaching and experience. By the time they come out of high school they are pretty much set as to their individual style and ability to function within the framework of team.
It is nothing like the way the game was played 30-40 years ago.

IMHO, we have a coach who is still in that era, and trying to place the square pegs in the round holes.
Someone posted something to the effect that we have a bunch of three star recruits who are torn down and then rebuilt, by the end of the season producing a usable (but not great) product due to the athletic talent of the players and their ability to learn.

Since few, if any of today's kids come out of HS with a ready-to-go 1980s game, we NEED is a coach who will embrace the today's skills and styles, and further hone those from the start. That would produce immediately competitive teams from the players, as well as more up-to-date schemes that would be competitive with the modern college game.
What we need is a coach who can win us the CUSA regular season title and then take the CUSA Tournament championship as well. Oh wait...
(12-04-2019 01:06 PM)PhillyFlorz Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 11:44 AM)ODUalum78 Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 09:51 AM)DMC Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 08:25 AM)VB Monarch Wrote: [ -> ]Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?

Even if we have to buy him out, Selig needs to go. I say we clean house and offer Jay Harris the AD position.

Ted Alexander to AD and Dave Twardzik for MBB HC. 05-stirthepot

Seriously though, we have seen this gradually coming.
College basketball is ever changing, and we have a coach mired in the 1980s; both technically and philosophically.

Kids today start playing basketball a certain way from a very young age on the playground. They then progress through rec ball, middle school, and high school.
During those years the kids learn and refine their skills, based on coaching and experience. By the time they come out of high school they are pretty much set as to their individual style and ability to function within the framework of team.
It is nothing like the way the game was played 30-40 years ago.

IMHO, we have a coach who is still in that era, and trying to place the square pegs in the round holes.
Someone posted something to the effect that we have a bunch of three star recruits who are torn down and then rebuilt, by the end of the season producing a usable (but not great) product due to the athletic talent of the players and their ability to learn.

Since few, if any of today's kids come out of HS with a ready-to-go 1980s game, we NEED is a coach who will embrace the today's skills and styles, and further hone those from the start. That would produce immediately competitive teams from the players, as well as more up-to-date schemes that would be competitive with the modern college game.
What we need is a coach who can win us the CUSA regular season title and then take the CUSA Tournament championship as well. Oh wait...

At least once every 4 years.
(12-04-2019 01:15 PM)monarx Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 01:06 PM)PhillyFlorz Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 11:44 AM)ODUalum78 Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 09:51 AM)DMC Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-04-2019 08:25 AM)VB Monarch Wrote: [ -> ]Does the athletic director work under a contract or can he simply be fired without a pay out?

Even if we have to buy him out, Selig needs to go. I say we clean house and offer Jay Harris the AD position.

Ted Alexander to AD and Dave Twardzik for MBB HC. 05-stirthepot

Seriously though, we have seen this gradually coming.
College basketball is ever changing, and we have a coach mired in the 1980s; both technically and philosophically.

Kids today start playing basketball a certain way from a very young age on the playground. They then progress through rec ball, middle school, and high school.
During those years the kids learn and refine their skills, based on coaching and experience. By the time they come out of high school they are pretty much set as to their individual style and ability to function within the framework of team.
It is nothing like the way the game was played 30-40 years ago.

IMHO, we have a coach who is still in that era, and trying to place the square pegs in the round holes.
Someone posted something to the effect that we have a bunch of three star recruits who are torn down and then rebuilt, by the end of the season producing a usable (but not great) product due to the athletic talent of the players and their ability to learn.

Since few, if any of today's kids come out of HS with a ready-to-go 1980s game, we NEED is a coach who will embrace the today's skills and styles, and further hone those from the start. That would produce immediately competitive teams from the players, as well as more up-to-date schemes that would be competitive with the modern college game.
What we need is a coach who can win us the CUSA regular season title and then take the CUSA Tournament championship as well. Oh wait...

At least once every 4 years.
After waiting I don’t know 8 years? Then sh..... the bed the next year. This is JJ just look at his American record.
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