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#21 Niner National

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 02:56 PM

Yeah, that's what Alan Majors' philosophy is. They should fire Major immediately and hire Greenberg. At least Greenberg can recruit.

Alan Major is bringing in much better caliber recruits than Lutz did his last 5 years. The fact that Major has been able to bring in 3 top 150 players in 2 seasons after not making the tournament for 6 years to me is astounding.

Lutz brought in 13 JuCo players his last five years. That doesn't even include the players that transferred in. You can't build a program around 2 year guys. Lutz shat the bed and deserved to be fired.

We had one legitimately good player on the team when Lutz was fired and that was Chris Braswell. Everyone else was good at one thing or a selfish head case.

I'm not convinced Major can actually coach very well, but there is not a bad thing that can be said about his recruiting thus far.

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 05:57 PM

The one thing I never liked about SGs style was that it seemed like street ball. No highly coordinated plays, terrible rebounding, and no offensive power. We relied on streaks.

I wanted him gone last season...he's a great guy and Weaver's an as$ but something had to be done. We shunned away S. Curry and were only at the cusp of being top-5 ACC consistently. Greenberg was great for getting us to a certain level but not someone who could really catapult the program.

#23 Seamonk

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 04:11 PM

Seems like James Johnson is coming back. We'll call him Jimmy Johnson.