Surprised that 11 Warriors didn't include some stats in article. Does anyone have any or know better than me where to get them?
Can't help but think the strong OOC schedule will do nothing but help strengthen this young team heading into the B10 schedule. It will also offer many teaching moments for our quality coaching staff.
May be his home state school but it is also his loss in not being able to play under coach Holtmann who is building a quality program at OSU.
Does anyone but me wonder how much longer UM fans will put up with such a quirky, kinky head coach?
Can't help but appreciate the way coach Day has restructured the coaching staff . . . a job well done. Hopefully all, or at least most, will stick around and reap the rewards of their efforts.
How long will the UM fans continue to put up with this guy? I have a UM fan and friend who is more than ready to move on.
KW will be key to the Bucks success this coming year and hopefully next. If he diligently pursues his S&C program it should help him on both sides of the ball including fouling less... not to mention his NBA dreams.
One more indicator that we have a high quality, high character head coach both on the floor and off the floor.
Very pleased to have KW back. Can't help but believe that if he continues to take his S&C program seriously that he will make great strides in leading his team and creating more interest at the NBA level.
Welcome to the team men. Now hit the S&C program with great discipline, focus on improvement with every workout and put up some surprising numbers once the season begins.
Jae'Sean demonstrated everything you want to see from a BB Buckeye: High character, leader by example, always gave 100+%. Glad he was a Buckeye and wish him nothing but the best going forward.
GO is a class act and, without complaining, has made the most of a difficult situation. I hope the day comes when they find a meaningful spot for him in the OSU BB program.
I remain astonished that Chris Ash left OSU for this head coaching job. Can't help but believe that if he had had a bit more patience a far better opportunity would have come his way.
Like KW a lot and glad he will be back to help lead the team. He is simply not ready for the NBA ... not even listed in the top 100. Can't help but believe if he embraces a strong S&C plan/program it will help him across the board: cutting back on fouls, turn-overs, even improving rebounding. Hope he continues to develop and eventually gets to the next level.
If AW can improve on his consistency and cut back on turn-overs he will prove to be an excellent senior leader for this young team and it will also help him get that ring he really wants and we all hope he gets.
At least no-one can say this coach and team aren't willing to accept a challenge. Under this coaching staff such an early challenge can/will only help this young team develop before the B10 season kicks in. Rather see them challenged and growing than getting overly confident by winning a bunch of "give me" games.
Appreciate coach Holtmann to the max already! In addition to being an excellent recruiter and quality coach he is a high character guy which has to impress recruits and their parents.
STAFF/Kevin - Your open sub-line when clicking on the topic/pic says: "Four-star offensive tackle Grant Toutant flips his commitment from Ohio State to Penn State." It concerned me that we lost one to PSU until I read the actual title and article. Delight to find out it was actually a Buckeye win.
Stay focused and give your best every single game. . . one at a time. Never look ahead to futher opponents or take any game for granted.
Great to see Holtmann and staff engaged with so many quality young prospects. . . especially from Ohio. Building such relationships early can't help but strengthen the program coach and staff are building.
I have every confidence in coach Holtmann and believe he will continue to recruit and put together quality teams based on what the rules and guidelines allow.
Glad Kaleb had the opportunity to connect with and gain some insights from the NBA level. Hopefully he now applies what he has learned. . . especially the first thing coach listed - fitness. If he seriously commits to his S&C program he will not only improve his game and that of the team but elevate his NBA dreams significantly.
Doesn't matter if it is my team, your team or anybody's team such offenses cannot be tolerated period . . . even if a "star" player. Thank you Buckeye leadership for taking a stand and making the right call.
Great decision by Kaleb and his family. Can't help but believe that the process has provided him many good tips for improving his game. If he is willing to discipline himself in the S&C part of his game he will improve his NBA stock considerably this year and hopefully for his senior years as well.
Love KW and wish him the best but not convinced that he is near a first round pick at this point in his career. Hope he receives good pointers on improving his game but returns for another year or two to the Bucks to work on his conditioning and sharpening his game which Holtmann and staff can do.