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Zipmeister last won the day on October 25 2020

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  1. I heard the only reason they hired Heath was because they couldn't sign someone older with a sub .500 record. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_John
  2. I have saw your last two posts and you are spot on.
  3. Well said. I have nothing more, to add.
  4. We have a serious shot at being the school with the nations worst D1 baseball team AND worst FBS football team.
  5. We also lead all of D1 baseball in number of nonD1 teams played (and we beat most of them). https://www.ncaa.com/rankings/baseball/d1/rpi
  6. I here what you are saying, but the link you have drawn between pay for play and compensating individual players is tenuous.
  7. Talk about strange twists of fate.... Clark used to date Sister Jean before she became a nun. In fact she said that experience is what drove her to become a nun.
  8. Hopefully the Zips will do better later this season when they host the Flyers. Dayton is not as good as the score suggests; their current record is a dismal 9-15. However, unlike the ZIPS, Dayton did not load their OOC schedule with D2 &3 teams.
  9. OK, so I was wrong. Fortunately for the Bonnies; VCU, Richmond, Dayton and St.Louis all decided to under-perform this season.
  10. Is this guy related to Shaka? I sure hope Marquette isn't really interested in employing either one.
  11. Not only is it NOT a big job; it's a head coach black hole.
  12. BG men's basketball coach, Michael Huger, should be moving on shortly Former Xenia star Samari Curtis transferring to Bowling Green Samari Curtis has a new home again. The former Xenia High School scoring star, who was named Ohio’s Mr. Basketball two years ago, announced Monday he is transferring to Bowling Green. The search for a college home has been a challenging one for Curtis, a guard who led the GWOC in scoring three times and averaged 33.8 points per game as a senior. He initially committed to Xavier but reconsidered after coach Chris Mack left for Louisville. Curtis then signed with Cincinnati, but he was released from his letter of intent after coach Mick Cronin left for UCLA. Nebraska was the next choice for Curtis, who was impressed in a whirlwind recruitment by newly hired coach Fred Hoiberg. Curtis only played eight games for the Cornhuskers before opting to leave Lincoln, though, and ended up at Evansville. In another twist of fate, the Aces coach Walter McCarty was fired shortly after Curtis arrived at the school in southwest Indiana. After sitting out a year to satisfy NCAA transfer rules, Curtis played 17 games for the Purple Aces last season. He averaged 10.1 points and shot 38 percent from 3-point range playing for new coach Todd Lickliter. Bowling Green went 14-11 last season in its sixth year under head coach Michael Huger, a BG alum.
  13. A really popular coaching strategy now says shoot the 3 or get a layup/dunk - no 2 point shots. I disagree.
  14. New Mexico State is starting to make a habit of this. They played the Liberty Flames twice in the regular season in both 2018 and 2019, with each team winning one game in 2018 and Liberty winning both in 2019.
  15. If he is that good, I wonder if we are just a placeholder.
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