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I think he has had a very positive and profound impact on our program.
No off-court incidents
Of course, hearing Baxter Price talking about Ray actually caring about him and coaching him, that says a lot.
I think we'll be .500-ish next year, and 20 or more wins in two years. Barring another year of epic injuries, of course.
I think he did a very good job managing an impossible situation.
I want to see how he manages the offseason now. If he keeps his core group stable through the college basketball free agency period, we might have found a winner.
The best compliment of he did more with less. That's the true definition of a coach. Get everything out of what you have and then even a little more.
I liked what I saw for 5 guys playing together nd not selfish basketball. You had 5 guys playing defense even when the mind and body said to stop.
He motivated his players and coached and taught the whole game. Even when we where down 20+ points with 2 minutes to go.
He squeezed everything out of his players he could. He even got solid minutes out of 2 walkons.
That is the sign of a good coach. We need at least 1 stud prospect to go with what we have now and coming in. Maybe Dunlap can be that guy in year 3 to provided instant offense off the bench.
Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best. -
$50 bet with Rebels10 - Best of 3 Egg Bowls
**the $50 goes to others schools athletics dept**
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