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Post#341 » by HaroldinGMinor » Thu Nov 25, 2021 5:50 am

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midranger wrote:Tucker’s future job prospects dimming.


I dunno. I think he should be able to get a job with State Farm.

Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, Alando Tucker?

Or are you talking salesman? Somewhere else?


Salesman. probably should have gone with American Family.
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Post#342 » by chonestown » Thu Nov 25, 2021 5:56 am

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midranger wrote:Tucker’s future job prospects dimming.

Truly amazing how much he ****** over that team


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The players have a lot to do with that, as well. They are adults.


Tuck covertly taped a private meeting and selectively leaked an edited version designed to make Gard look as bad as possible. Tuck's non-existent future coaching prospects are literally 100% due to this episode. On top of that, he was not a good coach.

The players all had reached the threshold of legal adult status, so kudos on making a salient point.

brb, gonna incorporate "they are adults" as a foundational part of my posting.
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Post#343 » by jimmybones » Thu Nov 25, 2021 3:51 pm

I haven't been following too closely but it looks like Johnny Davis is a stud? What can you guys tell me about the other young guard - Hepburn and Bowman? What about Crowl and Carlson, any former Badger comps (body type alone there are a lot) to play style?
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Post#344 » by Diggr14 » Fri Nov 26, 2021 1:30 pm

jimmybones wrote:I haven't been following too closely but it looks like Johnny Davis is a stud? What can you guys tell me about the other young guard - Hepburn and Bowman? What about Crowl and Carlson, any former Badger comps (body type alone there are a lot) to play style?



Davis is a player for sure. Loads of potential. Needs to improve his outside shot.

Hepburn and Bowman also have show flashes of good potential. Tough guards. If they can create their own shot and improve outside, they both have the physicality to be good. Hepburn's haircut sucks though.
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Post#345 » by buckboy » Fri Nov 26, 2021 2:36 pm

jimmybones wrote:I haven't been following too closely but it looks like Johnny Davis is a stud? What can you guys tell me about the other young guard - Hepburn and Bowman? What about Crowl and Carlson, any former Badger comps (body type alone there are a lot) to play style?


If there were an All-American team right now, JD would be on it. Not sure what team, but he'd be on it.

Hepburn is going to be special. He had a couple brain farts on defense this week but has already shown himself to be a capable defender, with plus plus potential, not to mention huge potential on offense.

Bowman needs to learn to control himself, but his aggressiveness is a welcome addition. Hopefully he'll be able to control it as he gets older.
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Post#346 » by chonestown » Fri Nov 26, 2021 7:00 pm

buckboy wrote:Bowman needs to learn to control himself, but his aggressiveness is a welcome addition. Hopefully he'll be able to control it as he gets older.


hes an adult no time to act like it more than the present.imo
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Post#347 » by MikeIsGood » Yesterday 6:03 pm

I really don't care, as I don't imagine we stay ranked all season and Sparty very well may from here on out, but I really don't understand how you can put them above the Badgers right now based on current resumes. We have a better ranked win, and won our tourney with another really solid win over St Marys; Sparty beat UConn, got crushed by Baylor, and struggled with Loyola Chicago earlier in the week.
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Post#348 » by Diggr14 » Today 7:29 am

HaroldinGMinor wrote::P
midranger wrote:
HaroldinGMinor wrote:
I dunno. I think he should be able to get a job with State Farm.

Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, Alando Tucker?

Or are you talking salesman? Somewhere else?


Salesman. probably should have gone with American Family.


Sam Okey can get him a job.
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