|Four More Years-Basketball|
|by Mickey Plyler - Radio Host - Wednesday, February 18, 2015 11:11 AM||
Four More Years-Basketball
Today is look at the basketball program. Tomorrow we will look at the baseball program. Year-2011-12
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Are The Next Four Years Better Than The Previous Four?
Last week we introduced the first in a series of three blogs. I wanted to ask two questions about Clemson football, basketball and baseball. First, are we better off than we were four years ago. Second, is the next four years gonna be better than the previous four.
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View Full Profile's club still has four more regular season games this season. At this point it looks like the NCAA tournament is an extremely long shot. The Tigers would have to win at Duke or at Notre Dame to get back in the conversation and even then they may have to do work in the ACC tournament.
Brownell has had more than his share of adversity in his five seasons here at Clemson. He has had numerous transfers and lost the best player he has had here to the NBA a year early. He has seen the league add national powers like Louisville, Syracuse and Pittsburgh. He has lost assistants. He also inherited a program that was coming off of a good run under Oliver Purnell. He took over a program that had missed on a bunch of recruits, but he has improved the program in some areas. At this point I can see some areas where the program is better than it was four years ago and some where it has not improved. I don't see a huge difference in the program today than it was four seasons ago. Overall, the program is similar to where it was four years ago.
I am an optimist and would love to feel better about the program. Also I really like Brownell personally. However, I don't feel any better or worse about the next four years. On the positive side, Jaron BlossomgameJaron Blossomgame
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Today is look at the basketball program. Tomorrow we will look at the baseball program.
Notes-Brad BrownellBrad Brownell
Is Clemson Basketball Better Off Than It Was Four Years Ago?
Are The Next Four Years Better Than The Previous Four?
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