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(01-09-2022 07:56 PM)The Answer UAB Wrote:  They are irrelevant at this point. Brown looks scared in the court. He doesn’t really ever look totally comfortable shooting the ball either, and that’s supposed to be the only thing he does. Johnson just seems to be in a funk, but I do see a lot of potential with him. If they don’t step up I am all for giving their minutes to toney.. he is athletic, hungry, hustles on defense, not scared on the court, and most importantly - can make a damn shot..


What I don't get is that JJ scored last season at Auburn against better competition than we are playing. The dude can shoot we just haven't given him enough minutes to get in rhythm. We need to start blowing out bad teams and letting JJ get his stroke going.
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They both have lost confidence because they don’t play.
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We need to find floor time for these guys to get them going. Unfortunately, as we saw with Rice, "easy" games just aren't. You cannot take any games for granted. If we get it going against someone and it becomes obvious the opposition is not gonna provide a challenge the rest of the game, the Spain Parks guys and TT need to get extensive PT.
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(01-10-2022 09:37 AM)WesternBlazer Wrote:  We need to find floor time for these guys to get them going. Unfortunately, as we saw with Rice, "easy" games just aren't. You cannot take any games for granted. If we get it going against someone and it becomes obvious the opposition is not gonna provide a challenge the rest of the game, the Spain Parks guys and TT need to get extensive PT.

...THIS... ...there's no such thing as an 'easy conference road game'... In the course of a 30+ game regular season, there are going to be a few off-nights... shouldn't be, but... most teams have them, as someone else posted about 5-6 other top teams had an off-night as well... regroup and refocus, and most likely some shifting of players / playing times, if AK is true to form...

...with that, I'm getting a bit perturbed about this reoccurring Rice thing, y'all... 03-pissed03-pissed03-pissed
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Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis
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(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.
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(01-10-2022 12:21 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.

Moot point but you're wrong. NET is much better aligned with modern metrics than RPI, and as such allows teams from lesser conferences the ability to actually build at-large resumes. 2021 Drake and 2019 Belmont wouldn't have gotten in under RPI, but they made it under NET.

Team looked like ass and the loss was frustrating. AK needs to give Johnson more minutes, we can't win games in 2022 with 1.25 shooters on the floor.
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(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

It's January, if Lunardi still feels the same around the middle of February then I'll take him seriously.
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(01-10-2022 01:38 PM)Auburn_Blazer Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:21 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.

Moot point but you're wrong. NET is much better aligned with modern metrics than RPI, and as such allows teams from lesser conferences the ability to actually build at-large resumes. 2021 Drake and 2019 Belmont wouldn't have gotten in under RPI, but they made it under NET.

Team looked like ass and the loss was frustrating. AK needs to give Johnson more minutes, we can't win games in 2022 with 1.25 shooters on the floor.


I am not wrong. The committee decided a decade ago that cusa will be a one bid league and it is virtually impossible to change that. If we played 4-5 other top 50 teams we could perhaps get that at large at a ranking we currently enjoy but we zero will never get one playing the kind of schedule we play, and they will screw any team from cusa or comparable league with similar numbers. But especially cusa, for the same reasons Espn does.
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(01-10-2022 03:11 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 01:38 PM)Auburn_Blazer Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:21 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.

Moot point but you're wrong. NET is much better aligned with modern metrics than RPI, and as such allows teams from lesser conferences the ability to actually build at-large resumes. 2021 Drake and 2019 Belmont wouldn't have gotten in under RPI, but they made it under NET.

Team looked like ass and the loss was frustrating. AK needs to give Johnson more minutes, we can't win games in 2022 with 1.25 shooters on the floor.


I am not wrong. The committee decided a decade ago that cusa will be a one bid league and it is virtually impossible to change that. If we played 4-5 other top 50 teams we could perhaps get that at large at a ranking we currently enjoy but we zero will never get one playing the kind of schedule we play, and they will screw any team from cusa or comparable league with similar numbers. But especially cusa, for the same reasons Espn does.

You are just full of bad takes all over this board. Your logic makes even less sense considering we've already announced our departure from C-USA.
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(01-10-2022 03:11 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 01:38 PM)Auburn_Blazer Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:21 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.

Moot point but you're wrong. NET is much better aligned with modern metrics than RPI, and as such allows teams from lesser conferences the ability to actually build at-large resumes. 2021 Drake and 2019 Belmont wouldn't have gotten in under RPI, but they made it under NET.

Team looked like ass and the loss was frustrating. AK needs to give Johnson more minutes, we can't win games in 2022 with 1.25 shooters on the floor.


I am not wrong. The committee decided a decade ago that cusa will be a one bid league and it is virtually impossible to change that. If we played 4-5 other top 50 teams we could perhaps get that at large at a ranking we currently enjoy but we zero will never get one playing the kind of schedule we play, and they will screw any team from cusa or comparable league with similar numbers. But especially cusa, for the same reasons Espn does.

…. Alrighty
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(01-10-2022 03:18 PM)demiveeman Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 03:11 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 01:38 PM)Auburn_Blazer Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:21 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.

Moot point but you're wrong. NET is much better aligned with modern metrics than RPI, and as such allows teams from lesser conferences the ability to actually build at-large resumes. 2021 Drake and 2019 Belmont wouldn't have gotten in under RPI, but they made it under NET.

Team looked like ass and the loss was frustrating. AK needs to give Johnson more minutes, we can't win games in 2022 with 1.25 shooters on the floor.


I am not wrong. The committee decided a decade ago that cusa will be a one bid league and it is virtually impossible to change that. If we played 4-5 other top 50 teams we could perhaps get that at large at a ranking we currently enjoy but we zero will never get one playing the kind of schedule we play, and they will screw any team from cusa or comparable league with similar numbers. But especially cusa, for the same reasons Espn does.

You are just full of bad takes all over this board. Your logic makes even less sense considering we've already announced our departure from C-USA.

Nope, I am dead on. The raids of C-USA were an opportunity to create a narrative of C-USA going from multi bid to single bid, a situation in which every other member of Division I stood to gain against a league that was always resented by the others. That’s a fact. Those are some deep grudges and motives that existed from before this league was even formed. Some very hard feelings involved. This narrative was both a whisper campaign from rival schools and a directed campaign by ESPN which was embroiled in the lawsuit with C-USA, influencing bids in basketball and other sports. Clear as day that all those other interests benefitted by the downgrading of a conference that once got as many as 6 bids. Lumping the C-USA schools in with the other one-bid leagues paid off in extra NCAA units for others, scheduling leverage for others, recruiting advantages or at least recruiting leveling, and media rights leverage.

Winning a few ballgames doesn’t change this narrative. C-USA is a one-bid league and doesn’t have the scheduling clout to change that, unless things fall just the right way (a weak bubble).

UAB leaving is the first step toward fixing this. Scheduling leverage and media rights improve immediately, even if they are not at peak AAC-level.

This year, winning out but not winning the tournament would have resulted in a near miss. We would have seen “conversation” by some of AK’s media friends, which is better than not being talked about, but wouldn’t have gotten an at-large. By March, the numbers would have dropped and the pundits would have started the one-bid narratives. Because entrenched interests stand to gain keeping C-USA to one bid, no different than those same pundits trashing every G5 football contender until they literally had no choice because of everybody else lost. This has been proven over and over and over again.

Hey, maybe you guys are right and there would have been such an atrociously weak bubble that UAB in the 40s got in by default. But no C-USA 3.0 is ever getting the benefit of the doubt. It’ll have to be by default that all the other alternatives are easily eliminated.
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Disappointing regular season for me so far. I was hoping we'd make more progress towards national relevance. We're improved but it's incremental and not enough to create any excitement about the program.

Still time for a big finish. Going nowhere for post-season again would be a big let down.
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I’m pretty disappointed about that Rice game because no way you should lose that game. But not disappointed in team or where we sit at moment. We’re a good team that is capable of a run. We’re also capable of bowing out early or not making the tournament at all due to one bad night just like about 50 other comparable teams. We all knew or should have known that Thursday while celebrating a very nice performance at UNT; probably just didn’t expect reality check so soon.
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(01-10-2022 07:10 PM)BlazerGreen Wrote:  Disappointing regular season for me so far. I was hoping we'd make more progress towards national relevance. We're improved but it's incremental and not enough to create any excitement about the program.

Still time for a big finish. Going nowhere for post-season again would be a big let down.

Yeah, we just aren’t as good as I thought we would be so far. I guess I overestimated the effect the transfers would have on the team. We’re slightly better than last year, but I expected us to be a lot better. our abysmal shooting, up and down play, and poor offense against good teams are killing us.
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rice beat us in football and basketball ,,,and they were not suppose to be even close to beat us
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(01-11-2022 09:27 AM)The Answer UAB Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 07:10 PM)BlazerGreen Wrote:  Disappointing regular season for me so far. I was hoping we'd make more progress towards national relevance. We're improved but it's incremental and not enough to create any excitement about the program.

Still time for a big finish. Going nowhere for post-season again would be a big let down.

Yeah, we just aren’t as good as I thought we would be so far. I guess I overestimated the effect the transfers would have on the team. We’re slightly better than last year, but I expected us to be a lot better. our abysmal shooting, up and down play, and poor offense against good teams are killing us.

This is about what I expected from this team. I think chemistry is still an issue as well as not have a consistent good outside shooter or two.

I actually believe next year's team will have the break out season we have been waiting for.
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(01-11-2022 10:52 AM)HiddenDragon Wrote:  
(01-11-2022 09:27 AM)The Answer UAB Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 07:10 PM)BlazerGreen Wrote:  Disappointing regular season for me so far. I was hoping we'd make more progress towards national relevance. We're improved but it's incremental and not enough to create any excitement about the program.

Still time for a big finish. Going nowhere for post-season again would be a big let down.

Yeah, we just aren’t as good as I thought we would be so far. I guess I overestimated the effect the transfers would have on the team. We’re slightly better than last year, but I expected us to be a lot better. our abysmal shooting, up and down play, and poor offense against good teams are killing us.

This is about what I expected from this team. I think chemistry is still an issue as well as not have a consistent good outside shooter or two.

I actually believe next year's team will have the break out season we have been waiting for.

The lack of shooting is a major issue. That can't be understated. One of our players that takes the most shots on the team regular shoots air balls on the other side of the rim or has shots ricochet hard off of the backboard. We also have three important rotation players that cant shoot more than layups or dunks (Buffen has a short mid range jumper, but isn't reliable past the free throw line). Jelly can make tough shots, but is obviously and badly bothered by players bigger than him or when teams press up on him. Ertel is extremely hot or extremely cold. Johnson and and Brown are afterthoughts right now. Lovan has never taken more than freethrow line range jumpers. This team is almost totally devoid of consistent shooting; it's a glaring issue.
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(01-11-2022 10:52 AM)HiddenDragon Wrote:  
(01-11-2022 09:27 AM)The Answer UAB Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 07:10 PM)BlazerGreen Wrote:  Disappointing regular season for me so far. I was hoping we'd make more progress towards national relevance. We're improved but it's incremental and not enough to create any excitement about the program.

Still time for a big finish. Going nowhere for post-season again would be a big let down.

Yeah, we just aren’t as good as I thought we would be so far. I guess I overestimated the effect the transfers would have on the team. We’re slightly better than last year, but I expected us to be a lot better. our abysmal shooting, up and down play, and poor offense against good teams are killing us.

This is about what I expected from this team. I think chemistry is still an issue as well as not have a consistent good outside shooter or two.

I actually believe next year's team will have the break out season we have been waiting for.

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(01-10-2022 03:18 PM)demiveeman Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 03:11 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
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(01-10-2022 12:21 PM)DuelingDragon Wrote:  
(01-10-2022 12:09 PM)hooverblazer Wrote:  Joe Lunardi has UAB as the first team out AFTER the Rice loss.

To those saying we aren't in the conversation, this contradicts that. I have my doubts we can get an at large after taking a loss like Rice, but our metrics still have us in shouting distance with a NET of 42. Lunardi's first four out:

UAB
Louisville
St. Bonaventure
Clemson

Last 4 in:

Minnesota
Wake Forest
Virginia Tech
Memphis

The key here is “today.” They are not projecting those brackets for March. They do them “if season ended today.”

UAB’s numbers were never going to hold, no matter how much they won, and being in that range as a C-USA team isn’t the same to the committee as a P5 or Big East or American.

There was zero clucking chance ever for an at large bid.

Moot point but you're wrong. NET is much better aligned with modern metrics than RPI, and as such allows teams from lesser conferences the ability to actually build at-large resumes. 2021 Drake and 2019 Belmont wouldn't have gotten in under RPI, but they made it under NET.

Team looked like ass and the loss was frustrating. AK needs to give Johnson more minutes, we can't win games in 2022 with 1.25 shooters on the floor.


I am not wrong. The committee decided a decade ago that cusa will be a one bid league and it is virtually impossible to change that. If we played 4-5 other top 50 teams we could perhaps get that at large at a ranking we currently enjoy but we zero will never get one playing the kind of schedule we play, and they will screw any team from cusa or comparable league with similar numbers. But especially cusa, for the same reasons Espn does.

You are just full of bad takes all over this board. Your logic makes even less sense considering we've already announced our departure from C-USA.

Only bad take I see is yours right now. Dude has been spot on.
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