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... is he went to meet with CAG to discuss the direction of the program prior to leaving. The fact that he apparently didn't hear anything about a new direction on offense scares me to death. Gonna be hard watching that style of offense another year.
That's a pretty big assumption. He could have been told he won't be starting unless he loses 15 lbs.
We have no idea what was said.
All we know is he won't be on the team and that is 1 fewer talented player helping us win games.
You are correct that he could have been told lots of things, but I believe Lucky said the meeting was about the direction of the program and TL apparently didn't like what he heard. Not hard to deduce that means things aren't changing.
I get the impression that CAG has a "my way or the highway" type of attitude. A lot of the young people today don't take to well to that type of environment. I would be more concerned if our coaches were caving to the players.
I'd be ok with that if "His Way" demanded excellence. All we've seen, at least on offense, is mediocrity and zero accountabiity. CAG definitely is not CNS.
That would not a bad thing if we were seeing success on the court. Since we are not, then I would have to say his way is not working too well.
Exactly. These post are so stupid. Whose to say that Lacey, who is a terrible offensive player, knows how to run an offense anyway. The idea that he wasn't impressed even if true is inconsequential.
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