- Aug 28, 2011
the waiver, i think, is immaterial. the bigger question is whether there will even be a season playedBe interesting to see if the waiver doesnt pass (I think it will for this year) but if it doesnt, would we roll and get another forward just for this year
Might not have too much confidence in them. Or maybe they realize they will be serviceable as upperclassman and need more time to develop...meaning we need someone NOW to come in and make a impact along with Bourama.Correct.
Which means what about the development of our young bigs?
Exactly.Might not have too much confidence in them. Or maybe they realize they will be serviceable as upperclassman and need more time to develop...meaning we need someone NOW to come in and make a impact along with Bourama.
If we start Buddy, Joe, Q, Marek and Sidibe, that's not a top 4 ACC team, even with the extra experience. We need somebody good enough to win a starting role and add something dynamic to this offense. We need athleticism. I have binged watched a lot of SU sports lately, and I marvel at how athletic our front courts used to be - even after the "legendary" teams. We had size, we were quick, we rebounded much better as a team than we remember. We ran the break like few teams in college. We were Showtime for about a decade. And we returned to that a little over a decade ago, from Jonny Flynn until Dion, or maybe MCW left.for better or worse Quincy and Marek are JB's starting forwards for next year
I like Kevin Willard. Seton Hall is a garbage place but he's done a heckuva job there.I don't think a Bryce Aiken thread was ever created so this more of an FYI kind of thing. Seton Hall lands ‘stud’ transfer Bryce Aiken to ease Myles Powell hurt