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RE: Transfer portal, Sign of the times in college basketball
(03-25-2021 09:54 PM)emanoh Wrote:  So you all think it's great for college basketball for a kid to transfer on a whim. Like the kid at BG who is on his 4th school?

I'm all for free enterprise, but whatever happened to commitment and working your way into the lineup? Who knows why Acunzo left? I can't believe it was due to playing time. Christ, he was and was going to be an integral part of our future program. Not gonna lie, I'm miffed on that one, especially after taking a chance on him and his foot last year. Coaches come and go. Call me old school and the commitment should be to the team/school.

Every part is integral to the whole. Every team has their starters, roll players, defensive specialists, bench glue guys and there is always a 13th guy on the bench. If 3-5 guys leave every year, how does any team build consistency? Big guys are also hard to come by, I'm still not sure we couldn't have salvaged the other two guys who left. Oh well, it's not gonna change?

If we are worried we are gonna lose Rollins to a bigger program. My question would be where were those programs when he was getting recruited? I'd be sticking a big middle finger to the P5 schools and stick with the school who stuck by you from the beginning. Create a legacy and something special where you're appreciated.

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I agree- Consistency is incredibly difficult... look at the big programs.
03-29-2021 05:17 PM
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