I don't think I've ever seen a new coach press conference where they don't use the words "aggressive" and "attacking" in some context.
That being said, good luck coach, heck of a rebuilding job on your plate.
We are caught in the dangerous spot of a coach nobody wants to let go, and a coach who clearly can not carry a flag in the way that he used to.
That's a lot less than I expected.
Looks like we have may found the winner of this years "Nick Connor award for the overlooked Ohio kid that Elevenwarriors readers love"
Point of contention, a Sousaphone is a type of tuba designed to be easier to march with. Taken straight from Wikipedia:
"The sousaphone is a type of tuba designed to be easier to play than the concert tuba while standing or marching."
The first two were not outright wrong
I'm interested to see how the expectations being heaped onto Wilson pan out... He obviously was great at Oklahoma and saw some solid success at Indiana, but he has some major league expectations on his shoulders now with a team that got blanked last time they took the field.
Please no... Just let it end.
2011: Sweet 16
2012: Final 4
2013: Elite 8
2014: Round of 64
2015: Round of 32
2016: NIT- 2nd Round
2017: NIT or CBI
If that's not programmatic regression I don't know what is.
Exactly, and unfortunately most of us don't gain perspective until we are bitten. Loans and parents paid my way through undergrad and I skipped a few classes here and there, I won't deny it. I was one of the luckier ones to get a good job post graduation
Then I started grad school about a year ago paying my own rent, bills, books, tuition, etc. and I'll cut a toe off before I skip these classes and don't participate. School's expensive, yo.
Shitty jobs are a different thing when you are living rent free on someone else's dime.
This the main take away I get from the posters lament. He doesn't understand the value of money yet and I'm guessing, like quite a number of college students, parents are still footing the bill for the vast majority of his expenses.
In the end of the day motivation won't come from an internet forum, the poster won't fully understand the value of what he's skipping until he deals with the real difficult challenges of life.