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Subject: Re: 2009 - 2010 Season (to alum76)

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Date Posted: 16:28:34 04/27/09 Mon
In reply to: waltsmith 's message, "Re: 2009 - 2010 Season (to alum76)" on 21:23:04 04/22/09 Wed

Walt - I'm never going to be sold on the fact that Matt moved on to a better program, more money yes! and is more money a good reason absolutly. But bigger/better facilities more money etc. doesnt have that much to do with the success of a program.

If it did then Marist would not have had a higher RPI then JMU for 8 out of the last ten years.

If JMU is such a move up then the players Brady recruited for Marist should not be able to play in the CAA with great success. - No the CAA has the same type player the MAAC does we recruit the same type of talent.

The MAAC has had 20 players drafted to the NBA to the CAA 13 since 1998.

You can't sit there and tell me that year in and year out the top team in the MAAC - Siena or other couldn't win the CAA. You have VCU and George Mason then who really scares you? Georgia St, UNC-Willmington, Delaware? Marist beat ODU when ODU was one of the top teams - no these two conferences can go back and forth (MAAC was actually ranked high RPI the CAA this year)(the 10 year avg is CAA 14 MAAC 17)

Other MAAC coaches that have moved on have moved on to BCS conferences not the CAA.

Fran Franchilla - St. John's
Bobby Gonzalez - Seton Hall
Steve Lappas - Villinova
Mike Dean - Marquette
Paul Hewitt - GT
L Orr - Seton Hall
Skip Prosser - Xavier
Tim Welsh - Providence
Jim Valvano - NC State (yeah the etreem)

But my point is I never expected Brady to be here long I just expected him to do more to get looks from the BE and not the CAA.

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Date Posted: 16:57:32 05/08/09 Fri

Matt, get a life.

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