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  1. I was told Maddie Simon was considering transferring towards the end of the season and the coaches talked her in to staying. So depending on what the coaches told/promised her..............
  2. Saw this tweet from Raoul. This was one of the transfers we had in this past weekend. Raoul‏ @Raoul_000 WBB: A 3rd player is transferring from Colorado, Monich Burich, 6-2 redshirt freshman forward, heading to Drake
  3. Correct me if I'm wrong, since they are a conference school, wouldn't they have to sit out a year and lose a year?
  4. I don't think next year will be as bad as some of you think. Our four freshman shot really well from three. In fact they were the top four three point shooters on the team. Some of them even shot better in Big10 play. Plus the addition of the two transfers. I think if we run a four guard motion offense we might be able to compete better than some of you may think. I will also add that sometimes too many "want to be" scorers on the court can cause more harm than good.
  5. I had heard both but I cant imagine she was too unhappy at USD this year. She was playing a lot of minutes and they were winning. I do know that the source that gave me this information had said that her parents had mentioned transferring after the 2016 season.
  6. I had heard, probably back in December, that Jaycee Bradley was wanting to transfer to Nebraska. I think this is highly unlikely with the season they had at USD.
  7. I Wonder if the rumor I heard a few months ago about Jaycee Bradley transferring has any truth to it
  8. Somebody please explain to me why Cincore plays so many minutes. From what I can see she seems really selfish on offense, takes bad shots all the time, she gets burnt on defense just like everybody else, she has the worst shooting percentage on the entire team and her decision making is pretty poor. If she was a freshman I might understand a little better. Anytime a buddy goes to the game with me, I don't even have to say anything, they have a negative comment about her. She has started every game this season and I don't think she is deserving of it. Why would you not throw Wood or Jensen in there to start a game here and there? I get it that Wood is small but she is unselfish and makes pretty good decisions most of the time. Plus we all know she can shoot the ball. This has had me baffled all year. Cincore is a junior and she plays like a rookie. Like I posted in a previous discussion, it just seems like we are trying to keep everybody happy and not making any tough decisions or holding players accountable.
  9. Fastbreaker-I will tell you that about four weeks ago my twelve year old daughter, whom is a huge Rylie fan, told me that the Huskers twitter always spells her name wrong. These posts today made me think about that and so I decided to look it up. She's right. They misspell it every time.
  10. Well you might want to look it up again. LOL!
  11. Man, if that's the truth that is kind of disappointing. I guess the coaches are making their money- what do they care?
  12. If we are going to talk about Rylie and scholarships then I guess I will put in my two cents. Not only have we used her a lot this year, we have NEEDED to use her a lot this year. Therefore, I think it's terrible that she is not on scholarship. I didn't know, until right after the Penn State game, that she was still not on scholarship. This kind of made me a little disappointed in the coaching staff. Especially because they have two just sitting there going to waste. Just like the football team does, the coaches could have put her on scholarship this year and told her that it's not guaranteed for next year.
  14. What about throwing Wood in there and starting off in a zone? Or do you think she's just too small? It doesn't have to be permanent. I'm just thinking we need to light some fire under some of these kids. We may not see a huge difference this year but maybe it will help their mentality for next year.