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#1985291 - 02/26/15 04:33 PM New Head Coach
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Thunderhawk

Registered: 09/20/14
So as Keegan's artical suggests it may be time for a new WBB HC. Here is a list of Assistant coaches KU should have on their list.

e1. Chris Dailey - Connecticut
In her 26 seasons at UConn, Dailey has helped Geno Auriemma build the Lady Huskie basketball program into a national powerhouse. She has established recruiting nationally and globally while playing an integral role in assisting the school to 7 NCAA Championship victories and 12 Final Fours.

2a. Holly Warlick - Tennessee
Regarded as one of the top assistant coaches in the country, Holly Warlick enters her 26th season under legendary head coach Pat Summitt. The highly successful recruiter for the backcourt won the 2007 WBCA Top Assistant Coach Award and has helped the Lady Volunteers capture 8 NCAA Championship victories and 16 Final Four appearances.

2b. Mickie DeMoss - Tennessee
Long-time Lady Vol assistant DeMoss returned to the Tennessee sideline in 2010 for her second run with the team, where she has helped lead the program to 6 NCAA Championships wins and 12 NCAA Final Fours. She previously served as assistant coach at Texas (2007-2010) and head coach at Kentucky (2003-2007) where she won the 2005-2006 SEC Coach of the Year award after guiding the Lady Wildcats to 22 wins.

3. Al Brown - Duke
With over 32 years of assistant coaching experience on both the men’s and women’s sides, Brown has brought with him success to every program he has coached at, most notably the women’s teams at Tennessee, Michigan State, and now currently Duke. He has been a vital part of 3 NCAA Championships, 4 NCAA runner-up teams, 8 NCAA Final Four squads and 19 NCAA Tournaments over the course of his career.

4. Amy Tucker - Stanford
For nearly three decades, Tucker has established herself as one of the nation’s most prolific recruiters and talent evaluators as her recruiting trail has resulted in Stanford’s players winning 2 Wade Trophies, 2 Naismith National Player of the Year Awards, and 18 State Farm/Kodak/WBCA first-team All-America selections. The Cardinals have also won 2 NCAA Championships and reached 9 Final Fours during her tenure.

5. Gale Valley - Texas
Since joining the Long Horns in 2007, Valley has helped guide the program to 4 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Prior to serving in her current role at Texas, the guard-coaching specialist spent 18 highly successful seasons at Duke, which included 2 NCAA Championship appearances and 4 Final Fours.

6. Andrew Calder - North Carolina
As one of the longest tenured assistant coaches in the NCAA, Calder enters his 25th season at UNC where he has been involved in every aspect of the program, specifically overseeing scouting and player development. He has played a pivotal role in guiding the Tar Heels to a NCAA Championship victory and 8 ACC titles in one of the most competitive conferences in the nation.

7. Jan Ross - Oklahoma
Ross begins her 15th season at Oklahoma, where she has been instrumental in the team’s strong success. She has helped the Sooners produce 9 20-plus-win seasons and advance to 11 consecutive NCAA Tournaments including the 2002 NCAA Championship game and back-to-back Final Fours in 2009 and 2010.

8. Bill Brock - Baylor
Brock has earned a solid assistant coaching reputation by developing Baylor’s post game into one of the best in the country and helping the program land some of the nation’s top recruiting classes. He was instrumental in guiding the Lady Bears to the 2005 NCAA Championship title and appearances in 6 NCAA Tournaments.

9a. Tina Langley - Maryland
Over her first three seasons at Maryland, Tina Langley has played a crucial role in the program’s success including helping to lead the team to its first ACC Championship in 20 years. Prior to coaching the Terrapins, she pent 5 years at Toledo where she assisted the program to 3 Mid-American Conference regular season titles and 2 NCAA Tournament appearances.

9b. Marlin Chinn -Maryland
Considered as one of the elite recruiters in the game, Chinn joined Maryland’s coaching staff in 2009 after spending four years as Seton Hall’s top assistant. He recruited two All-Big East Rookie Team selections and two All-Big East performers for the Pirates. Chinn also spent seven seasons at Mount St. Mary's (1998-2005), recruiting five Northeast Conference All-Rookie Team choices and helping to guide the program to a pair of NEC regular-season titles in 1999 and 2001.

10. Vic Schaefer - Texas A&M
Nicknamed the “Secretary of Defense”, Schaefer has molded the Aggie defense into one of the top units in the nation. He has also played a large part in landing eight top 20 recruiting classes at Texas A&M and assisting the squad to their first NCAA Championship title in 2011 and sixth straight NCAA Tournament appearance overall.

11. Jonathan Tsipis - Notre Dame
A recipient of the 2008-09 BasketballScoop.com Coach of the Year award, Tsipis is nationally recognized for his player development and scouting. In his first seven seasons with the Irish, he has helped lead the program to a 193-72 record, 4 NCAA Sweet 16 berths, and one NCAA Championship appearance.

12. Kelly Bond - Texas A&M
Bond is a veteran coach whose key recruiting contributions have formed one of the top guard cores in women’s college basketball. Over her last 11 seasons of coaching, she has been a part of 9 NCAA Tournament appearances with Arkansas and Texas A&M including the 2008 Elite Eight, 2009 Sweet 16, and a victory in the 2010-11 NCAA Championship game.

13. Jack Easley - Iowa State
In 9 seasons at ISU, Easley has helped guide the Cyclones to a 180-85 record and 8 postseason appearances, including a trip to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2009 and the Sweet 16 in 2010. He previously spent 19 seasons as an assistant at Oklahoma State where the Cowgirls compiled a 350-244 record and 7 NCAA Tournament berths.

14. Stephanie Norman - Louisville
Norman has brought tremendous success to Louisville since arriving from Vanderbilt, as the Cardinals were the 2009 NCAA Championship runner-ups, in only her second season with the program. During her tenure at Vanderbilt, the Commodores made five straight appearances to the NCAA Tournament, including two Sweet 16 berths.

15. Carol Owens - Notre Dame
Regarded as one of the nation’s premier post coaches, Owens has played a vital role in all three of Notre Dame’s Final Four appearances. In addition, she has attracted 14 consecutive top 20 recruiting classes, between her stints at Notre Dame and her five years as head coach at Northern Illinois.

16. Jodi Steyer - Iowa State
Steyer has been a key component behind the Cyclones' 7 postseason bids in the last eight seasons, and has turned ISU into one of the nation’s most prolific three-point shooting teams. She also previously coached five all-conference players and two Mid-American Conference players of the year during her six-year tenure at Toledo.

17. Lance White - Florida State
White has brought a dominant defensive mindset to FSU, as the Lady Seminoles have experienced two of its greatest defensive seasons under his tutelage. White arrived from Texas Tech where he spent 10 seasons and won 3 Big XII championships, advancing to 7-straight NCAA Tournaments, including 5 Sweet Sixteen and 2 Elite Eight appearances.

18. Dan Durkin - Temple
Durkin is formerly the winningest head women's basketball coach at Duquesne University, where he was awarded the 1998 A-10 Coach of the Year and produced two WNBA draft picks. He also spent eight seasons at Penn State, assisting the Lady Lions to 181 wins, 7 NCAA Tournament berths, and 2 Sweet 16 appearances.

19. Candis Blankson - DePaul
A true product of the DePaul program, Blankson has been an assistant on the Blue Devil staff since completing her collegiate playing career in 2001. She has helped guide the program to 220 wins and 8 straight NCAA tournament berths including the school’s first Sweet 16 in 2007. She has also worked with 26 all-conference performers, including two Freshman of the Year and a pair of Sixth Players of the Year.

20. Stacie Terry - Louisiana State
With over ten years of assistant coaching experience at the Division I level, Terry enters her first season at LSU having formerly served as an assistant at UCLA. In her three seasons with the Bruins, the school won 72 games and clinched 2 NCAA Tournament berths. She has also helped produce 13 players who have moved on to play professionally either in the WNBA or overseas.

21. Shannon Perry - UCLA
The former leading defender at Iowa, Perry has become widely known as an excellent recruiter, having helped recruit two top 5 recruiting classes in her 5 years at Duke (2004-09). Additionally, Perry coached in the NCAA Tournament during each season at Duke, including the 2006 NCAA Championship game. She also assisted the development of five All-Americans during her tenure with the Lady Blue Devils.

21. Ed Baldwin - Ohio State
Baldwin adds two decades of college coaching experience to the Ohio State sideline, including 13 years as the most winning head coach at UNC-Charlotte from 1988-2000. Entering his fourth season as an assistant with the Lady Buckeyes, he has helped guide the school to a program record 31 wins in 2009-10, and 2 Sweet 16 appearances in three seasons.

23. Kamie Ethridge - Kansas State
Regarded as one of the greatest women's basketball guards to ever play the game, Ethridge enters her 16th season at Kansas State, where she has built the program’s perimeter game into one of the best in the nation. In addition to leading the program to 9 postseason appearances in the last 12 years including the 2006 WNIT Championship title, she has helped develop four future WNBA players.

24. Danielle O’Banion - Memphis
In her first two seasons at Memphis, O’Banion helped recruit the core of the team that would put together back-to-back 20-win seasons, including a trip to the 2010 Women's Basketball Invitational finals. Previously, O’Banion served as an assistant coach at the University of Minnesota, helping the Gophers to 4 NCAA Tournament appearances, including two trips to the Sweet 16 and the 2004 Final 4.

25. Carla D. Morrow - Xavier
In her first four seasons at Xavier, Morrow has helped lead the Musketeers to a 108-23 overall record and a 52-4 mark in Atlantic 10 play. She has also assisted the school to six Atlantic 10 Championships and NCAA Tournament berths in each of the last four seasons, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 2010.


 
 

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#1985300 - 02/26/15 05:47 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 12/30/03
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Great post!

I'd take Chris Dailey in a heartbeat.

Ideally, if possible, get a PROVEN winner for our next head coach.


Edited by jahawker2004 (02/26/15 05:50 PM)
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#1985316 - 02/26/15 09:24 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 09/20/14
I wouldn't mind Bill Brock or Jack Easley, both know the Big 12 and are good at developing players and recruiting.

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#1985438 - 02/27/15 10:49 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
jahawker2004 Offline
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Let me throw another name out for discussion--

Lynette Woodard.

She's been really pissed since Perkins hired Bonnie instead of her 11 years ago.

Time to heal the wounds and bring her back into the KU Family where she belongs..
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#1985440 - 02/27/15 11:44 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: jahawker2004]
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Registered: 09/20/14
Where is Woodard currently coaching?

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#1985447 - 02/28/15 09:59 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
jahawker2004 Offline
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After her stint as interim coach at KU, she became the athletics director for the KCMO school district.

She recently moved back to Wichita and is a financial consultant for AG Edwards.

I don't think she's set a foot in AFH in 10 years.
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#1985485 - 02/28/15 05:07 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 12/16/09
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Then that's the problem if she hasn't coached in 10 years.
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#1986437 - 03/11/15 02:19 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 09/06/11
Loc: Crawford TX
Michael Porter Sr currently an Assistant at MethZoo might be a good choice. He and his family would be welcome especially Michael Porter Jr.
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#1986951 - 03/15/15 08:38 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 12/16/09
Loc: KCMO
Why not just grab Norm Roberts? He has D-I experience...
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#1988237 - 03/25/15 07:36 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 03/12/15
This topic woke me up and caused me to sign up! I've continued my support of the program, but have not participated as I did 10 plus years ago!

I have to second the suggestion for Lynette Woodard. It wouldn't matter if she has not held a coaching position of late. We'd have a knowledgeable coach with the ability to teach and develop. Furthermore, she's an astute business woman that knows how to build a team and coaching staff. Her credentials are second to none. One of the last games I attended was during the Christmas holidays of 2003...I'm pretty sure. Perkins was recently hired and Woodard was the interim coach. Guess who was on campus for an unofficial visit? You might remember the Paris Twins (OU class of 2005)...they've been through AFH a few times and handed it to us. They gave me an autograph and took a picture with me. They said they were long time family friends of Coach Woodard. I thought for sure she'd be named the coach and we'd land the twins. Unfortunately, they ended up in Norman. If she had the Paris Twins on campus...surely she has a network and can recruit...and teach the game! I hope it's considered. Time to get some blood circulating in the program again.

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#1988500 - 03/30/15 06:22 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Jackie Stiles?

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#1989674 - 04/15/15 10:49 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Wilt Chamberlain

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maybe ku is dropping the sport?
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#1989687 - 04/15/15 04:30 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: tmcats]
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Originally Posted By: tmcats
maybe ku is dropping the sport?
Like in the 1970's, when KSU dropped swimming, wrestling, gymnastics & tennis?
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#1989719 - 04/15/15 10:06 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 03/22/15
KUWBB needs to follow what Football did and look for someone with Texas high school recruiting ties. Bond-White from Texas A&M would be an ideal hire - great recruiter/coach , Shaefer or Brock also have great recruiting ties in one of the most fertile recruiting grounds in all the country.
Add the tradition, fan base and proximity to TX and KU can difinitely be a major player in WBB!
ITS TIME FOR OUR UNIVERSITY TO STAND UP AND HIT A HOMERUN WITH THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO ELEVATE KUWBB WHERE IT SHOULD BE-

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#1989738 - 04/16/15 09:47 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: cajhwk13]
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Wilt Chamberlain

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#1989743 - 04/16/15 10:54 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 03/08/13
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Wichita State ladies basketball coach is going to be interviewed today
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#1989809 - 04/17/15 04:10 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Any details of who that coach is/has done?
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#1989840 - 04/17/15 10:38 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 12/16/09
Loc: KCMO
I say we grab the coach at Wichita. Would be a good PR move if nothing else.
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#1989920 - 04/19/15 07:31 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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it sounds like Stephen F Austin coach is the front runner for the lady Jayhawks coaching job
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#1989954 - 04/19/15 08:31 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Stephen F Austin basketball coach is the new coach of the lady Jayhawks
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#1989959 - 04/19/15 10:11 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: BROJAYHAWK]
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Wilt Chamberlain

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#1989963 - 04/20/15 06:29 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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The credentials are there for this hire to make sense. Welcome to Lawrence! I will be rooting for you from day one!
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#1989974 - 04/20/15 09:40 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: KUCO_VOC]
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some positive comments from k-state board:


I know Brandon and his family somewhat and I hate to say this to KSU fans but I think he will do a great job. His dad was a legend at West Texas State in Canyon, Tx. He did a great job at Emporia State and now Stephen F Austin. I also believe he came in 2nd for the K-State job. Could be quite a battle because it looks like The Cats also have a winner.
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#1990045 - 04/21/15 02:15 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 11/04/02
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Press conference was good. I look forward to seeing what he can do with the program.

I think he is the first male coach in the history of Women's basketball at KU.

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#1990056 - 04/21/15 04:33 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: Rock]
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Originally Posted By: Rock
Press conference was good. I look forward to seeing what he can do with the program.

I think he is the first male coach in the history of Women's basketball at KU.


Officially, yes. Dr. Naismith actually did do a Women's club when he was around however.
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#1990133 - 04/22/15 01:13 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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What are they paying this guy? talk about a money suck for the University.

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#1990167 - 04/22/15 04:04 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: creepypasta]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 09/08/02
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Originally Posted By: creepypasta
What are they paying this guy? talk about a money suck for the University.


highly unlikely the university has a dime in pot.
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#1990193 - 04/22/15 09:54 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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OK, money suck for KUAC. You know what I meant, douche.

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#1990214 - 04/23/15 09:41 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: creepypasta]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 09/08/02
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Originally Posted By: creepypasta
OK, money suck for KUAC. You know what I meant, douche.


words matter. use the correct one(s) next time. and stop the potty talk, please.
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#1990215 - 04/23/15 09:42 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: tmcats]
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Bugger off, tw@t.

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#1990216 - 04/23/15 09:43 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: creepypasta]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 09/08/02
Loc: reservation lake, mn
Originally Posted By: creepypasta
Bugger off, tw@t.


how old are you, fourteen?
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#1990217 - 04/23/15 09:46 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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lol whatever

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#1990497 - 04/27/15 05:48 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Take it to the Smack Talk Board users. This thread and Forum is about WBB.
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#1990679 - 04/29/15 10:00 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 04/23/15
What does it matter? No one posts here anymore anyway. We should have Greenie or whomever is running the ship to just consolidate and make 1 board.
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#1991376 - 05/17/15 06:58 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 12/16/09
Loc: KCMO
People would post if there weren't only trolls...
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#1991758 - 05/28/15 06:54 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 05/22/08
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Creepy pasta buggered off instead of Bob. Dammit!!
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#1991759 - 05/28/15 06:57 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 05/22/08
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I have said this before, the new coach is very qualified. Unlike football, where we seem to always do a total reach three straight times now.
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#1991771 - 05/29/15 12:28 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: 58hawk]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 09/08/02
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Originally Posted By: 58hawk
People would post if there weren't only trolls...


one of the more self-reflective posts here in some time.

in reality, people left this site because the ljw made it difficult to visit.
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#1991802 - 05/30/15 09:34 AM Re: New Head Coach [Re: KUCO_VOC]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 12/16/09
Loc: KCMO
Originally Posted By: KUCO_VOC
I have said this before, the new coach is very qualified. Unlike football, where we seem to always do a total reach three straight times now.
Surprised you say that given he isn't a P5 coach.
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#1992340 - 06/19/15 02:14 PM Re: New Head Coach [Re: INation]
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Registered: 04/23/15
We gonna win the natty
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