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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #50 on: January 05, 2014, 02:12:10 PM »
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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #51 on: January 05, 2014, 02:12:34 PM »
The idea that oscar and Lowery are some sort of magic potion is pretty adorable.

How else could you possibly explain it?

The players they had were best when they were together.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #52 on: January 05, 2014, 02:13:18 PM »
Weber and Lowrey are an adorable duo.  I love it when Lowrey gives Weber a breakdown at the beginning of a timeout and their faces are inches apart with Weber listening intently and giving quick, little head nods.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #53 on: January 05, 2014, 02:15:41 PM »
The idea that oscar and Lowery are some sort of magic potion is pretty adorable.

How else could you possibly explain it?

The players they had were best when they were together.

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No really, how would you explain it?

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #54 on: January 05, 2014, 02:21:25 PM »
eff oscar WEBER AND eff ALL THE MORONS THAT THINK HE IS A GOOD COACH.  HOPE ALL OF YOU GET FULL BLOW AIDS.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #55 on: January 05, 2014, 02:24:05 PM »
eff oscar WEBER AND eff ALL THE MORONS THAT THINK HE IS A GOOD COACH.  HOPE ALL OF YOU GET FULL BLOW AIDS.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #56 on: January 05, 2014, 02:32:44 PM »
It's like any coach, if he sustains success he'll become "ours" and we'll grow to love his weird quirks.

Exactly. Crap, everyone hated Snyder 2.0 until 2011 when we magically won 10 games and he was suddenly Scheme Dr. again and not old balls.

People have reactions to things. They're often black & white, gut-shot, emotional reactions. I went extremely negative when oscar was hired. A lot of us thought it was a horrible hire, and below where we felt the program had risen. We also loved Frank.

In time, none of that really matters. We want success, and if the coach that brings us that success has a cool personality or whatever, then that's just gravy. oscar is kind of a kooky dude, but as long as he keeps winning that's cool, and if he wins long and consistently enough he'll be our kooky dude.

We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #57 on: January 05, 2014, 02:37:18 PM »
It's like any coach, if he sustains success he'll become "ours" and we'll grow to love his weird quirks.

Exactly. Crap, everyone hated Snyder 2.0 until 2011 when we magically won 10 games and he was suddenly Scheme Dr. again and not old balls.

People have reactions to things. They're often black & white, gut-shot, emotional reactions. I went extremely negative when oscar was hired. A lot of us thought it was a horrible hire, and below where we felt the program had risen. We also loved Frank.

In time, none of that really matters. We want success, and if the coach that brings us that success has a cool personality or whatever, then that's just gravy. oscar is kind of a kooky dude, but as long as he keeps winning that's cool, and if he wins long and consistently enough he'll be our kooky dude.

We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #58 on: January 05, 2014, 02:38:08 PM »
It's like any coach, if he sustains success he'll become "ours" and we'll grow to love his weird quirks.

Exactly. Crap, everyone hated Snyder 2.0 until 2011 when we magically won 10 games and he was suddenly Scheme Dr. again and not old balls.

People have reactions to things. They're often black & white, gut-shot, emotional reactions. I went extremely negative when oscar was hired. A lot of us thought it was a horrible hire, and below where we felt the program had risen. We also loved Frank.

In time, none of that really matters. We want success, and if the coach that brings us that success has a cool personality or whatever, then that's just gravy. oscar is kind of a kooky dude, but as long as he keeps winning that's cool, and if he wins long and consistently enough he'll be our kooky dude.

We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #59 on: January 05, 2014, 02:40:46 PM »
All out of body bags.  Just going to have to let the bodies pile up until Saul approves a line of credit.
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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #60 on: January 05, 2014, 02:41:39 PM »
It's like any coach, if he sustains success he'll become "ours" and we'll grow to love his weird quirks.

Exactly. Crap, everyone hated Snyder 2.0 until 2011 when we magically won 10 games and he was suddenly Scheme Dr. again and not old balls.

People have reactions to things. They're often black & white, gut-shot, emotional reactions. I went extremely negative when oscar was hired. A lot of us thought it was a horrible hire, and below where we felt the program had risen. We also loved Frank.

In time, none of that really matters. We want success, and if the coach that brings us that success has a cool personality or whatever, then that's just gravy. oscar is kind of a kooky dude, but as long as he keeps winning that's cool, and if he wins long and consistently enough he'll be our kooky dude.

We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #61 on: January 05, 2014, 02:46:28 PM »
We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #62 on: January 05, 2014, 02:50:22 PM »
We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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« Reply #63 on: January 05, 2014, 02:51:21 PM »
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Can we accept oscar?
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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #66 on: January 05, 2014, 02:58:55 PM »
We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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« Reply #69 on: January 05, 2014, 03:06:08 PM »
It's like any coach, if he sustains success he'll become "ours" and we'll grow to love his weird quirks.

Exactly. Crap, everyone hated Snyder 2.0 until 2011 when we magically won 10 games and he was suddenly Scheme Dr. again and not old balls.

People have reactions to things. They're often black & white, gut-shot, emotional reactions. I went extremely negative when oscar was hired. A lot of us thought it was a horrible hire, and below where we felt the program had risen. We also loved Frank.

In time, none of that really matters. We want success, and if the coach that brings us that success has a cool personality or whatever, then that's just gravy. oscar is kind of a kooky dude, but as long as he keeps winning that's cool, and if he wins long and consistently enough he'll be our kooky dude.

We thought it was a bad hire because it was a bad hire. I don't care if Weber goes on to be Wooden, at the time of his hire it was a horrendous decision that the athletic director couldn't himself reasonably justify at the introductory press conference. He has exceeded our expectations in 1 1/3 seasons, so that makes me very happy but it is going to take a lot more to make people forget about the nature of his hiring. He is still the guy who was hired to take over a top 25 program days after he was fired from a similar program for performance.

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« Reply #70 on: January 05, 2014, 03:09:50 PM »
^^^^^^^^^^^
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« Reply #71 on: January 05, 2014, 03:18:25 PM »
^^^^^^^^^^^
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Re: Can we accept oscar?
« Reply #72 on: January 05, 2014, 03:21:07 PM »
Here's a question that was brought up last night that really made me think (thanks stud boss John Kurtz): If Weber took a job somewhere else after this season, knowing Currie was going to make the new hire, would you be happy (assuming it wasn't Pearl, of course)?

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« Reply #73 on: January 05, 2014, 03:24:19 PM »
Here's a question that was brought up last night that really made me think (thanks stud boss John Kurtz): If Weber took a job somewhere else after this season, knowing Currie was going to make the new hire, would you be happy (assuming it wasn't Pearl, of course)?

At this point, today, yes I would be.

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« Reply #74 on: January 05, 2014, 03:25:10 PM »
Here's a question that was brought up last night that really made me think (thanks stud boss John Kurtz): If Weber took a job somewhere else after this season, knowing Currie was going to make the new hire, would you be happy (assuming it wasn't Pearl, of course)?

At this point, today, yes I would be.

Does that change if we make the NCAA tournament this year? Because thinking back I'm pretty sure that was the actual question.