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Date Posted: 07/ 6/15 9:39:58pm Mon
Author: Hoopie
Subject: Re: Basketball
In reply to: Step Back 's message, "Re: Basketball" on 07/ 6/15 9:07:18pm Mon

>>>Last year's team was talented and fun to watch. I
>>>have suffered through some horrible seasons over the
>>>years -- unwatchable, miserable basketball.
>>>Hagerty never seemed to buy in; from the beginning
>his
>>>body language on the bench was horrible. I would like
>>>to know what happened with Fenton. He showed some
>real
>>>improvement.
>>
>>Fenton is enjoying the rest of his Gate experience.
>>Didn't want to sacrifice that just to play hoop.
>
>If Austin is charged with being a primary option 'gate
>is in a world of trouble with this years upcoming team.

Hard to imagine the aforementioned are blaming Langel. C'mon, guys. If you've watched the last four years, the strides the teams has made since Emmitt left have been monumental. Although the W column is still lacking, the Langel teams are better. The whole Patriot League is better. Look up the league ranking.....in the middle of the D1 pack. Why the recruits don't come.....good question. With the players Langel has had, Boeheim wouldn't have won more games. And transfers? If you can't get freshmen, what's the alternative?

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[> [> [> [> [> Re: Basketball -- TheGreenCoat, 07/ 7/15 11:21:37am Tue

>>>>Last year's team was talented and fun to watch. I
>>>>have suffered through some horrible seasons over the
>>>>years -- unwatchable, miserable basketball.
>>>>Hagerty never seemed to buy in; from the beginning
>>his
>>>>body language on the bench was horrible. I would
>like
>>>>to know what happened with Fenton. He showed some
>>real
>>>>improvement.
>>>
>>>Fenton is enjoying the rest of his Gate experience.
>>>Didn't want to sacrifice that just to play hoop.
>>
>>If Austin is charged with being a primary option 'gate
>>is in a world of trouble with this years upcoming
>team.
>
>Hard to imagine the aforementioned are blaming Langel.
>C'mon, guys. If you've watched the last four years,
>the strides the teams has made since Emmitt left have
>been monumental. Although the W column is still
>lacking, the Langel teams are better. The whole
>Patriot League is better. Look up the league
>ranking.....in the middle of the D1 pack. Why the
>recruits don't come.....good question. With the
>players Langel has had, Boeheim wouldn't have won more
>games. And transfers? If you can't get freshmen,
>what's the alternative?
Hey "Hoopie" I thought you were supposed to get freshmen...and stating that the strides under Langel have been "monumental" is something more than a stretch, don't you think? This year looks like a poor one at best and we don't build our teams with transfers. My strong guess is that by the time Langel leaves Colgate his record will be worse than Emmitt Davis'...and I'm not totally dissing Langel either...coaching hoops at The Gate is no easy chore and let's leave it at that...


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[> [> [> [> [> [> Re: Basketball -- Hoopie, 07/10/15 1:28:17pm Fri

>>>>>Last year's team was talented and fun to watch. I
>>>>>have suffered through some horrible seasons over
>the
>>>>>years -- unwatchable, miserable basketball.
>>>>>Hagerty never seemed to buy in; from the beginning
>>>his
>>>>>body language on the bench was horrible. I would
>>like
>>>>>to know what happened with Fenton. He showed some
>>>real
>>>>>improvement.
>>>>
>>>>Fenton is enjoying the rest of his Gate experience.
>>>>Didn't want to sacrifice that just to play hoop.
>>>
>>>If Austin is charged with being a primary option
>'gate
>>>is in a world of trouble with this years upcoming
>>team.
>>
>>Hard to imagine the aforementioned are blaming Langel.
>>C'mon, guys. If you've watched the last four years,
>>the strides the teams has made since Emmitt left have
>>been monumental. Although the W column is still
>>lacking, the Langel teams are better. The whole
>>Patriot League is better. Look up the league
>>ranking.....in the middle of the D1 pack. Why the
>>recruits don't come.....good question. With the
>>players Langel has had, Boeheim wouldn't have won more
>>games. And transfers? If you can't get freshmen,
>>what's the alternative?
>Hey "Hoopie" I thought you were supposed to get
>freshmen...and stating that the strides under Langel
>have been "monumental" is something more than a
>stretch, don't you think? This year looks like a poor
>one at best and we don't build our teams with
>transfers. My strong guess is that by the time Langel
>leaves Colgate his record will be worse than Emmitt
>Davis'...and I'm not totally dissing Langel
>either...coaching hoops at The Gate is no easy chore
>and let's leave it at that...

Yep, freshman should be the first choice, but I remember a couple transfers who now have their names hanging from the rafters at the Cot. Hey, careful what you wish for.


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