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Date Posted: Thursday, December 09, 12:41:13pm
Author: El Duque
Subject: Who doesn't consider us a good program?
In reply to: FAM 's message, "I appreciate everyone who writes here and this is not to be critical at all of your post. Go back and read what the PSU Men's coach said. Look at how well the other A10 teams are doing. We are not considered to be a good basketball program. Before RE got here, we were a laughing stock. No more- we can beat many teams. On the KDKA news last night, they didn't even give our score. Until we consistently win AND beat some good teams, we will not be recognized and many will say we don't deserve to be recognized. And of course for us to get better - dare I say it - We NEED a Big Man." on Thursday, December 09, 10:40:20am

BC and his long list of failed coaches are no longer here. We've been to the postseason each of the last two years and Damian Saunders and Billy Clark have never experienced a losing season.

We gave Pitt everything it could handle and the Panthers are one of the top teams in the nation. We could've beaten Penn State on their court - and in my opinion, if TJ had been fully healthy and we would've had Eric Evans, we would've beaten them by 10 or more.

Damian's been playing on a sore foot and only recently has started to look like himself.

Let me back up a step: We had an opening on our schedule and no one wanted to step up and play us.

Duke? Certainly not. But the Dukes of old? I don't think so.

You've stuck to your mantra (We need a big man) all year so I'll stick to mine. Still a long way to go this season and I believe we're going to the postseason when everything is said and done.


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