I was actually impressed with Brad's coaching in 2010. It wan't the "same team" as we lost the person that made us a tournament team (Booker).
So he did it without our best player in 20 years and did better than OP. OP would not have been able to do that. On the other hand, OP did get an NBA talent when taking over (Ford) however the team was weaker.
He was signed and played (That is a accomplishment) - granted he was not a career NBA player like Booker but one still has to have the talent just to make it to that level. A lot of folks end up like Ford as kinda the rookie sign an waive is a bit of an issue. Even fringe players like Ford are often some of our better impact players because at the time he was only one of three NBA Clemson players. That is how low our bar is with our talent....
Ha, UNC was rebuilding after the Daugherty Years. So one of those wins in LJ was against a short roster UNC team. Later during Roy's 09-10 rebuild they were 5-11. Duke went 8-8 in 2007 as they finally had to adapt to the 1 and done scheme.
So tell me again how they are TOTALLY different now?
Your statement is an idiotic one! Mr. dumbbell, what you have just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
Yea, and how many times did Purnell have 7 minute droughts in a game vs Brownell? (Loses of course). Or how about blowing a 23 point 1st half lead at home with a kid who went to Seneca having his mom in attendance wearing a Boston College t-shirt.( #19 for B.C.) And those are the only reasons you can think of?
First of all, I don't get the logic in keeping a coach based on how his record against 1 or 2 teams compared to a prior coach. Next, with that logic we should've never fired Tommy Bowden as our football coach since he had more wins against FSU than our previous coaches.