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Kobe Webster hinted to Robin Washut that there will be a new freshman center next year. Washut expects that guy to be Sanogo.

Cross guarding a 3 would not be good....

I'd wager Walker plays more minutes than Sanogo

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Hoiberg feels really good about what we have. Sanogo would have been a great addition no doubt. But our rebounding will improve with some combination of Walker, Ouedraogo, and Mayen. Also we will be much more physically imposing on the wing with Teddy, Shamiel, and Kobe King compared to Haanif, Jervay, and Dachon.

 

Wasnt there another big mentioned? Cool name, possibly reclassify to 2020

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54 minutes ago, khoock said:

Hoiberg feels really good about what we have. Sanogo would have been a great addition no doubt. But our rebounding will improve with some combination of Walker, Ouedraogo, and Mayen. Also we will be much more physically imposing on the wing with Teddy, Shamiel, and Kobe King compared to Haanif, Jervay, and Dachon.

 

Wasnt there another big mentioned? Cool name, possibly reclassify to 2020

 

wilhelm Breidenbach decided to stick with his original class of 2021.

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12 minutes ago, TheKamdyMan said:

 

wilhelm Breidenbach decided to stick with his original class of 2021.

 

That is unfortunate.  Breidnebach looked like he could be an absolute steal for us if he slid up to 2020.  I imagine he will get a lot of good offers this year, and competition for him is going to be a lot tougher.

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One local sports reporter is apparently advancing the theory that another local sports reporter's recent coverage of Nebraska basketball (was used for negative recruiting purposes and) sabotaged our chances with Mr. Sanogo.

 

Here's a hint:

https://www.omaha.com/eedition/sunrise/articles/traditional-big-men-wont-be-big-part-of-hoibergs-formula/article_648f7a29-142f-5c9e-b04f-6bead3da4a27.html

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3 minutes ago, Norm Peterson said:

One local sports reporter is apparently advancing the theory that another local sports reporter's recent coverage of Nebraska basketball (was used for negative recruiting purposes and) sabotaged our chances with Mr. Sanogo.

 

Here's a hint:

https://www.omaha.com/eedition/sunrise/articles/traditional-big-men-wont-be-big-part-of-hoibergs-formula/article_648f7a29-142f-5c9e-b04f-6bead3da4a27.html

Well we know the local sports reporter being accused is Chris Heady. Care to share who the other local sports reporter is?

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7 minutes ago, Norm Peterson said:

One local sports reporter is apparently advancing the theory that another local sports reporter's recent coverage of Nebraska basketball (was used for negative recruiting purposes and) sabotaged our chances with Mr. Sanogo.

 

Here's a hint:

https://www.omaha.com/eedition/sunrise/articles/traditional-big-men-wont-be-big-part-of-hoibergs-formula/article_648f7a29-142f-5c9e-b04f-6bead3da4a27.html

 

 

 

Don't really buy too much into that considering it looks like he was set on Seton Hall anyway. 

 

 

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52 minutes ago, ConkintheCorner said:

Ya the timing of that article was horrible, who knows if it had a role in his decision though..

 

Someone locally who writes for a publication thinks it was the thing that flipped his commit from us to someone else. Used by the team who won his commit.

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One local sports reporter is apparently advancing the theory that another local sports reporter's recent coverage of Nebraska basketball (was used for negative recruiting purposes and) sabotaged our chances with Mr. Sanogo.
 
Here's a hint:
https://www.omaha.com/eedition/sunrise/articles/traditional-big-men-wont-be-big-part-of-hoibergs-formula/article_648f7a29-142f-5c9e-b04f-6bead3da4a27.html

Never underestimate the turns recruiting can take.. Also don’t underestimate the fact one of UCONN’s top recruiters probably still occasionally sees some OWH headlines on his feed...
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6 hours ago, Norm Peterson said:

One local sports reporter is apparently advancing the theory that another local sports reporter's recent coverage of Nebraska basketball (was used for negative recruiting purposes and) sabotaged our chances with Mr. Sanogo.

 

Here's a hint:

https://www.omaha.com/eedition/sunrise/articles/traditional-big-men-wont-be-big-part-of-hoibergs-formula/article_648f7a29-142f-5c9e-b04f-6bead3da4a27.html

The OWH strikes yet again. Heady turning into the next Dirky C

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