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  1. I guess that depends on whether or not he was willingly put in that role. It also depends on what is attractive about the UTEP job.
  2. I think you'll see Bryce start because he'll be too much of a combination of skill and readiness not to start him.
  3. This is a stat where Hoiberg coached teams have shined in the past. This year was pretty good but not nearly as good as year 1. Not sure if our style led to giving up more FTs or if it was our players. Walker and Andre were pretty hacky.
  4. We must really think highly of Kojenets' shooting ability if we're looking at him for the 4.
  5. Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg announced Monday (April 12) the hiring of Kurt Joseph as Director of Men's Basketball Strength & Conditioning, replacing long time S&C coach Tim Wilson. Joseph comes to Lincoln after spending the last two-plus seasons as an assistant strength coach with the Minnesota Timberwolves. In that role, he assisted with the development and implementation of the strength and conditioning program for the NBA franchise. "We are pleased to add Kurt to our staff," Hoiberg said. "He comes highly recommended from the Timberwolves, and h
  6. Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg announced Monday (April 12) the hiring of Kurt Joseph as Director of Men's Basketball Strength & Conditioning, replacing long time S&C coach Tim Wilson. Joseph comes to Lincoln after spending the last two-plus seasons as an assistant strength coach with the Minnesota Timberwolves. In that role, he assisted with the development and implementation of the strength and conditioning program for the NBA franchise. "We are pleased to add Kurt to our staff," Hoiberg said. "He comes highly recommended from the Timberwolves, and h
  7. LSU You'll note that LSU wasn't in his top 4 and they employ a coach on tape about a "strong-ass offer" when trying to buy a guy in 2017
  8. I actually got them all right though to me #4 was the hardest. #3 and #5 seemed the easiest but I look at those number a lot. It was surprising to me that Miles wasn't dead last in assist to TO ratio because of his dribble drive offense but his teams didn't turn it over much either.
  9. Webster did end up shooting 37% for us and 38% in conference from 3. Wilcher is 6'5" compared to Webster at 6'0" though.
  10. Often times when we think guys are N, to Whitt, they are not.
  11. I'd chalk this up to length and Doc Sadler's scheme. We went from KenPom #142 to #20 this last year in the Team Height category. We took away the paint at the expense of teams putting up 3s on us. However, teams overall shot poorly from 3 against us which I'd attribute to length and luck. Having spent hours looking at styles on KenPom i can easily discern that this was the most Sadler-esque defense that Hoiberg has ever run and also happens to be the highest rated one he's ever run.
  12. Had a Chicago Loyola offer and committed to Porter Moser when offered by Oklahoma
  13. Congrats for making the first post in HHC history where removing Yvan doesn't make the team older.
  14. It's the MWC. He can recruit the guys in the midwest we won't offer + transfers for days
  15. http://www2.kusports.com/news/2021/mar/29/reports-ku-junior-tyon-grant-foster-enters-transfe/
  16. Beilein has a rep for running a clean program as well
  17. Does he know the way to San Jose?
  18. Seems like it's an issue that this would also seem to describe every single player currently on our roster
  19. Bartovik's transfer portal with the search feature is pretty powerful High major "Combo guard" with a PPRG! (wins above replacement player) of 0 or higher High major "Scoring PG" with a PPRG! (wins above replacement player) of 0 or higher
  20. THANKS A LOT EVERYONE FOR TALKING ABOUT DEVIN ASKEW
  21. The lower your HHCC score, the more grounded you are in your expectations
  22. If he thought we couldn't win with Teddy Allen as our best player, he was absolutely right. How many more wins do we have if Teddy tears his ACL to start the season? I can't imagine that it's many more. The question with Teddy ultimately for next year though would be how might he operate if he wasn't our best player. Just looking at the stats of Teddy and Trey playing together vs just one of them on the court I'd say that it's in our favor that we won't have to find out.
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