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Re: Coaching Carousel Master Thread (NOW FEATURING THE KSU CATS!)
« Reply #6050 on: April 06, 2021, 01:04:36 PM »
did Moser have difficulty attracting talent relative to his MVC peers?

I mean he had the best program in the conference and he ran a program deadass in the middle of Chicago but he absolutely did not have the most talent, so yeah, I'd say so. I'd say he underachieved in recruiting relative to his standing within the conference and that with other one bid conference schools. The best he's done was the class after his final four year which was 87th, one place better than Weber State, three worse than Seattle University.

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Re: Coaching Carousel Master Thread (NOW FEATURING THE KSU CATS!)
« Reply #6051 on: April 06, 2021, 01:33:52 PM »
did Moser have difficulty attracting talent relative to his MVC peers?

I mean he had the best program in the conference and he ran a program deadass in the middle of Chicago but he absolutely did not have the most talent, so yeah, I'd say so. I'd say he underachieved in recruiting relative to his standing within the conference and that with other one bid conference schools. The best he's done was the class after his final four year which was 87th, one place better than Weber State, three worse than Seattle University.

I mostly agree with you, but I suppose the argument for him is that he must be some sort of a diamond in the rough type recruiter since he got them back to a deep run in the tourney.

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Re: Coaching Carousel Master Thread (NOW FEATURING THE KSU CATS!)
« Reply #6052 on: April 06, 2021, 02:26:36 PM »
On the flip side, they've been first or second on the MVC every year after WSU left and were at a lower level before that (sort of)