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Date Posted: Sunday, August 15, 10:42:42am
Author: CLK
Subject: I just find it silly that there is any discussion or suggestion that Ron is on a short leash. Modest success (as even defined by a winning season) was impossible at DU for 35 years until Ron came here, let alone going to back to back post season tourneys. What he has accomplished is simply amazing. We are very lucky to have Ron as our coach.
In reply to: MFE08 's message, "1) Poor analogy; I'd take Aniston over Jolie anyway. But that's personal preference, I guess. 2) There are plenty of coaches who achieved modest success but were replaced in an effort to move to "the next level." As RE left all of his gigs before really having the chance to make the NCAAs, we don't know if that's something he is capable of yet." on Saturday, August 14, 06:20:59pm

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