Agreed. When you get down to the bottom-line, the team that scores more points wins, so they need to put themselves in the best position to to that. And playing conservative is not going to accomplish that goal. Air it out fellas!
Having fun & bonding is a crucial intangible for team chemistry, glad to see it! Also hope Buck-I-Guy didn't charge them too much to use his ride...
Dude, you just completed my All-Time GiF collection...priceless!
Calling his shot...love it.
Miller Lite, Bud Lite, Coors Lite, Litey-Lite, Lite-Bright...all samey same watered down nonsense. BUT...ice cold in a cooler on Game Day, you won't catch me complaining.
I know Gimel Martinez (KY#44) through some friends, and hearing his personal account of that ending is priceless. What a game.
I might be wrong, but I think TJ's Country Place at Morse & High was a Sister's at one time as well.
You can get a LOT of love for that my man! Loved me some Sisters.
One of the issues contributing to the decline of the program is the lack of leadership on the court. There has been a vacuum since Craft left, and nobody wants to step into that role, and/or is capable. It's obviously a myriad of factors, and in the end Thad is going to be held accountable. It's not like a new coach is going to build a Natty Champ team in one season with what is currently in the cupboard, so giving Thad another season to stop the bleeding is warranted. It is pretty obvious that without improvement, or more regression, that his time is over.
Is that Lip Gallagher??
Barrett is 26-4 as a starting quarterback for the Buckeyes.
That's all I have to say about that....
“This is a fickle business we do,” Matta said inside the locker room. “Unless somebody is intimately involved on a daily basis [they don’t know] and they choose the negative side.”
He's right, but he is wrong to expect that people will be satisfied with anything less than an NCAA tourney berth every season. The fire burns brightest when fueled by negativity & failure. He has to understand that improvement is needed immediately. However, based upon Gene Smith's comments, and Thad's own perception of the situation, he isn't going anywhere right now. I love what Thad has done for this program, but unless he rights the ship next season, he needs to step down. I couldn't even get my son to watch the game last night. He opted to watch Pistons v. Pacers....tragic.
I love Thad. Hopefully he has some gas left in the tank...if not, well they remodel a Speedway about every 15 minutes...
You're all good Brutus, supporting statements with research or facts is soooo a thing of the past!
I do not remember Corey or his contributions, however I extend my condolences to all who knew him well, and especially to his wife & young son. God bless.
I have a similar circle of very dear, and old friends, so I understand how this feels. Remembering all the good times helps, but doesn't kill the pain.
My condolences to you, and all of your friends who are mourning this loss, as well as his family.
Chicks love the deep ball...
I don't care for the team, but I have always thought their lids were hype!
That game was so painful, on so many levels. And I mean personally painful, as I had just had my "plumbing disconnection" surgery and was told to sit in a chair for 72 hours. The percocets helped, but it was like a train-wreck...fond memory.
Amen. I had it copied & ready to paste before I saw your post!
Yes, good question..??
I can live with Baker-Worley-Booker...