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  1. You’re correct. Girls don’t leave if they’re happy and there is a winning culture. This isn’t about 3 girls who are all homesick.
  2. Best of luck to both girls.
  3. Starters leave teams all the time for different reasons other than playing time though. I wouldn’t be surprised if that happened here.
  4. I would count on 1-2 players transferring too. With most of the top returners having 2 or 3 years left of eligibility, may want a fresh start
  5. She did multiple visits to NU and I believe she could have been a Husker if she’d waited it out or wanted to come here bad enough. Her dads a Husker, she lives in Lincoln...it would be hard not to play here but SDSU is trending in the right direction. NU is on shaky ground
  6. If you consider the state of the program when Williams took over (winning tradition from Yori, talented roster, new facilities: PBA/Hendricks, and the fan support & attendance) she is underperforming. This wasn’t a rebuild like Scott Frost has on his hands. I have not been impressed with Williams development of the players that she inherited from Yori; and her own recruits (while still young) don’t appear to be future Big 10 champs. Hope they prove me wrong. Her philosophy of playing 10-12 girls in a game is confusing and takes the girls out of rhythm and flow. Williams teams don’t have the same toughness and grit or discipline as Yori’s teams either. Williams and her staff are nice people, I’m just not impressed with their results.
  7. Omahusker

    Senior Day

    For the second year in a row Amy did not start all the seniors on Senior Night. Great group of young women though.
  8. Same guy who fired Yori. Look at us now
  9. Might be a good time to replay the B1G network special, you’ll get to see us win 4 games in Italy at least
  10. How many players truly got better under Miles and his staff though? To me it’s hard to say, bc he had so few 4 year guys. Most of his players transferred out or in and stayed relatively the same. Shavon Shields is one name I could think of
  11. Purdue was the hungrier team. We waited til the 4th Q to play like the season was on the line. We got killed by many of the same things that plagued us all year tonight.
  12. Not happening. He is on contract thru 2022-2023, makes $2.7 mil/year plus he has one of the of the youngest teams in the country sitting at #4 in the B1G with nearly everyone back next year. No reason to leave MD
  13. Coach needs to learn when to call a timeout and settle us down. That’s two runs now where she has waited too long.
  14. She needs to recruit some defensive players. Losing Jasmine and Janay’s defense has us looking like a completely different team. We have all the offensive pieces back from last year and still look disjointed on offense too. And whatever they are doing in practice to cut back on turnovers is not working. It’s sad watching this team buckle under pressure. These are coaching issues, and that’s all I have to say about that.
  15. The team is deflated man, Glynn wants it as bad as anyone else does. Probably more. But at this point we don’t have enough to beat a good team like Maryland or even lesser teams than them and the team knows it. He has a lot of heart and is one of the few who has stuck by Miles the whole way. I don’t feel like calling him out is fair or going to change anything at this point.
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