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RE: Chris Beard/Texas Tech
(06-07-2019 11:15 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
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(04-30-2019 05:05 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  Lots of people think that and that is OK. I believe Chris wants to be in Lubbock for awhile and win a few national championships. I know some heads would explode if Tech won a few basketball natty's.

Most schools will have a hard time coming up with the $$'s it would take to get Beard out of Lubbock. Not sure if this correct but I read somewhere that if UT wants Beard, they would have to pony up $15+ million to buyout their current coach and pay for Beard. Not many schools have the financial means to spend that kind of upfront cash on a basketball coach.
Football--- absolutely. Basketball-??? Duke, Kansas, North Carolina, Kentucky.

Oh well, it gives people linked below something to talk about because they can't talk about their own schools.

https://twitter.com/BackAftaThis/status/...2569137154

https://twitter.com/Stadium/status/1123270796053368832

Louisville, OSU, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin could all easily afford Beard

That isn't reality because Louisville, and Ohio St aren't blue bloods like Kansas, North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky. Chris Beard won't leave for a school like Illinois, Indiana or Wisconsin.

Now let's deal with reality:
Louisville would have to come up with $5 million Mack's buyout plus the $3 million Tech buyout plus the the new salary of $4.5 million just to get Beard to listen. Is Louisville willing to spend $13.5 million on a HC that just finished his 4th year in the P5?

https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sp...467779002/

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college...id-coaches

Ohio St is simply a nonstarter based on a very friendly deal for Chris Holtmann. Ohio St would have to spend $20 plus million to even entertain the thought of hiring Chris Beard.
https://www.cleveland.com/osu/2017/06/ch...ntrac.html

If Beard leaves, it will be a blue blood like Kansas, North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky or the NBA. He definitely isn't leaving until his daughters graduate high school in Abilene. I hope Tech has 2 or 3 natty's by that point.
Louisville is the most profitable basketball program in the country by a decent margin, and the last coach that brought them multiple final 4's was being paid $7 million a season.

Ohio State has some of the deepest pockets of any school/athletic department, and is also in the top 10 in profitability for its bball program.

For reference, Louisville has averaged just over $30 million in PROFIT the last 3 seasons, and OSU has averaged just over $16 million in that same span.

Why people think only Kansas, Duke, UNC, and UK have the ability to spend a lot on basketball is beyond me. And those arent the schools UofL and would have to outspend for Beard. The one school they would have to outspend is Tech, so I dont even know why you would bring them up in the first place

Not sure why you brought this up today but yes those schools will have to pony up major $$$'s to get Chris's attention.

Chris won't leave Tech for a acc school. I hope you sleep it off and realize it in the morning

Obvious answer is I dont check this board daily.

That wasnt what I was responding to, you said only KU, Duke, UNC, and UK could afford him. I brought up schools making just as much/if not more money in just profit per season than those schools; schools that very obviously could also afford him. Now you're trying to change that argument into me saying he will leave for an ACC school.

Its also odd that 2 of the schools you previously mentioned him hypothetically leaving for are in the ACC, and now you have seemed to renege on that too for some odd reason

Try actually comprehending what you are reading. Sorry the mere discussion of Beard leaving gets your jimmies so rustled, perhaps after resting you'll recognize how overly defensive you are of your alma mater. Perhaps not though
06-08-2019 02:21 AM
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RE: Chris Beard/Texas Tech
(06-08-2019 02:21 AM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  
(06-07-2019 11:15 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(06-07-2019 09:59 PM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  
(05-03-2019 07:23 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(05-03-2019 11:29 AM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  Louisville, OSU, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin could all easily afford Beard

That isn't reality because Louisville, and Ohio St aren't blue bloods like Kansas, North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky. Chris Beard won't leave for a school like Illinois, Indiana or Wisconsin.

Now let's deal with reality:
Louisville would have to come up with $5 million Mack's buyout plus the $3 million Tech buyout plus the the new salary of $4.5 million just to get Beard to listen. Is Louisville willing to spend $13.5 million on a HC that just finished his 4th year in the P5?

https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sp...467779002/

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college...id-coaches

Ohio St is simply a nonstarter based on a very friendly deal for Chris Holtmann. Ohio St would have to spend $20 plus million to even entertain the thought of hiring Chris Beard.
https://www.cleveland.com/osu/2017/06/ch...ntrac.html

If Beard leaves, it will be a blue blood like Kansas, North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky or the NBA. He definitely isn't leaving until his daughters graduate high school in Abilene. I hope Tech has 2 or 3 natty's by that point.
Louisville is the most profitable basketball program in the country by a decent margin, and the last coach that brought them multiple final 4's was being paid $7 million a season.

Ohio State has some of the deepest pockets of any school/athletic department, and is also in the top 10 in profitability for its bball program.

For reference, Louisville has averaged just over $30 million in PROFIT the last 3 seasons, and OSU has averaged just over $16 million in that same span.

Why people think only Kansas, Duke, UNC, and UK have the ability to spend a lot on basketball is beyond me. And those arent the schools UofL and would have to outspend for Beard. The one school they would have to outspend is Tech, so I dont even know why you would bring them up in the first place

Not sure why you brought this up today but yes those schools will have to pony up major $$$'s to get Chris's attention.

Chris won't leave Tech for a acc school. I hope you sleep it off and realize it in the morning

Obvious answer is I dont check this board daily.

That wasnt what I was responding to, you said only KU, Duke, UNC, and UK could afford him. I brought up schools making just as much/if not more money in just profit per season than those schools; schools that very obviously could also afford him. Now you're trying to change that argument into me saying he will leave for an ACC school.

Its also odd that 2 of the schools you previously mentioned him hypothetically leaving for are in the ACC, and now you have seemed to renege on that too for some odd reason

Try actually comprehending what you are reading. Sorry the mere discussion of Beard leaving gets your jimmies so rustled, perhaps after resting you'll recognize how overly defensive you are of your alma mater. Perhaps not though

It was an obvious typo on my part. Chris will only leave for Duke, UNC, Kentucky or Kansas. Outside of those 2 ACC schools, he isn't interested in the ACC.

Sorry if that rustles your jimmies but it's the truth.
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RE: Chris Beard/Texas Tech
(06-08-2019 09:39 AM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(06-08-2019 02:21 AM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  
(06-07-2019 11:15 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(06-07-2019 09:59 PM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  
(05-03-2019 07:23 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  That isn't reality because Louisville, and Ohio St aren't blue bloods like Kansas, North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky. Chris Beard won't leave for a school like Illinois, Indiana or Wisconsin.

Now let's deal with reality:
Louisville would have to come up with $5 million Mack's buyout plus the $3 million Tech buyout plus the the new salary of $4.5 million just to get Beard to listen. Is Louisville willing to spend $13.5 million on a HC that just finished his 4th year in the P5?

https://www.courier-journal.com/story/sp...467779002/

https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college...id-coaches

Ohio St is simply a nonstarter based on a very friendly deal for Chris Holtmann. Ohio St would have to spend $20 plus million to even entertain the thought of hiring Chris Beard.
https://www.cleveland.com/osu/2017/06/ch...ntrac.html

If Beard leaves, it will be a blue blood like Kansas, North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky or the NBA. He definitely isn't leaving until his daughters graduate high school in Abilene. I hope Tech has 2 or 3 natty's by that point.
Louisville is the most profitable basketball program in the country by a decent margin, and the last coach that brought them multiple final 4's was being paid $7 million a season.

Ohio State has some of the deepest pockets of any school/athletic department, and is also in the top 10 in profitability for its bball program.

For reference, Louisville has averaged just over $30 million in PROFIT the last 3 seasons, and OSU has averaged just over $16 million in that same span.

Why people think only Kansas, Duke, UNC, and UK have the ability to spend a lot on basketball is beyond me. And those arent the schools UofL and would have to outspend for Beard. The one school they would have to outspend is Tech, so I dont even know why you would bring them up in the first place

Not sure why you brought this up today but yes those schools will have to pony up major $$$'s to get Chris's attention.

Chris won't leave Tech for a acc school. I hope you sleep it off and realize it in the morning

Obvious answer is I dont check this board daily.

That wasnt what I was responding to, you said only KU, Duke, UNC, and UK could afford him. I brought up schools making just as much/if not more money in just profit per season than those schools; schools that very obviously could also afford him. Now you're trying to change that argument into me saying he will leave for an ACC school.

Its also odd that 2 of the schools you previously mentioned him hypothetically leaving for are in the ACC, and now you have seemed to renege on that too for some odd reason

Try actually comprehending what you are reading. Sorry the mere discussion of Beard leaving gets your jimmies so rustled, perhaps after resting you'll recognize how overly defensive you are of your alma mater. Perhaps not though

It was an obvious typo on my part. Chris will only leave for Duke, UNC, Kentucky or Kansas. Outside of those 2 ACC schools, he isn't interested in the ACC.

Sorry if that rustles your jimmies but it's the truth.

Your MO in this thread appears to be to move the goalposts/disregard what youve said previously while overzealously defending your school.


Again, you said only those 4 schools could AFFORD ypur coach, I provided evidence that that is false. There are plenty of other schools that could afford him too.

Your responses since then have ignored the financial aspect of your initial statement, the statement I was challenging in the first place.

Making your continued responses seem even more puzzling.

TL;DR We werent talking about whether Chris wanted to leave for schools other than those 4, we were talking about whether schools other than those 4 could afford his contract ffs
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RE: Chris Beard/Texas Tech
(06-09-2019 07:29 PM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  
(06-08-2019 09:39 AM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(06-08-2019 02:21 AM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  
(06-07-2019 11:15 PM)P5PACSEC Wrote:  
(06-07-2019 09:59 PM)ColumbusCard Wrote:  Louisville is the most profitable basketball program in the country by a decent margin, and the last coach that brought them multiple final 4's was being paid $7 million a season.

Ohio State has some of the deepest pockets of any school/athletic department, and is also in the top 10 in profitability for its bball program.

For reference, Louisville has averaged just over $30 million in PROFIT the last 3 seasons, and OSU has averaged just over $16 million in that same span.

Why people think only Kansas, Duke, UNC, and UK have the ability to spend a lot on basketball is beyond me. And those arent the schools UofL and would have to outspend for Beard. The one school they would have to outspend is Tech, so I dont even know why you would bring them up in the first place

Not sure why you brought this up today but yes those schools will have to pony up major $$$'s to get Chris's attention.

Chris won't leave Tech for a acc school. I hope you sleep it off and realize it in the morning

Obvious answer is I dont check this board daily.

That wasnt what I was responding to, you said only KU, Duke, UNC, and UK could afford him. I brought up schools making just as much/if not more money in just profit per season than those schools; schools that very obviously could also afford him. Now you're trying to change that argument into me saying he will leave for an ACC school.

Its also odd that 2 of the schools you previously mentioned him hypothetically leaving for are in the ACC, and now you have seemed to renege on that too for some odd reason

Try actually comprehending what you are reading. Sorry the mere discussion of Beard leaving gets your jimmies so rustled, perhaps after resting you'll recognize how overly defensive you are of your alma mater. Perhaps not though

It was an obvious typo on my part. Chris will only leave for Duke, UNC, Kentucky or Kansas. Outside of those 2 ACC schools, he isn't interested in the ACC.

Sorry if that rustles your jimmies but it's the truth.

Your MO in this thread appears to be to move the goalposts/disregard what youve said previously while overzealously defending your school.


Again, you said only those 4 schools could AFFORD ypur coach, I provided evidence that that is false. There are plenty of other schools that could afford him too.

Your responses since then have ignored the financial aspect of your initial statement, the statement I was challenging in the first place.

Making your continued responses seem even more puzzling.

TL;DR We werent talking about whether Chris wanted to leave for schools other than those 4, we were talking about whether schools other than those 4 could afford his contract ffs

Good luck to both our teams in the College World Series.
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