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Thread: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    could anyone be happier than Richman about the timing of Klieman potentially leaving, just with attention being deflected elsewhere than firing his ass
    “Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can't” - Jerry Rice



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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    Quote Originally Posted by 02Bison View Post
    Agree completely. The run and gun guard offense mentality isn't/hasn't been successful. It is kind of like saying NDSU's football team should abandon the ground and pound run game in favor of college football's air it out football. The ground and pound game has worked out well for the football team. I wish the basketball team would adopt more of that philosophy as well. We need some balance. High low inside first then out game. Andre Smith, Lucas Moorman , Brett Winkelman all gave the Bison that low post threat to at least keep opposing teams honest on D. We haven't had something like that since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnt_Secondary View Post
    Marshall Bjorklund says "Hi".
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    Yes, didn't intend to leave them out.

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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    Quote Originally Posted by jcdcubs View Post
    Rick Pitino is available!!!
    Gosh, that would be so interesting. But a logistics question: do we even have hookers in Fargo?
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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    Quote Originally Posted by Professorbum View Post
    Gosh, that would be so interesting. But a logistics question: do we even have hookers in Fargo?
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    Rick Pitino would be insane. And we'd have a clause for him to fly to Minneapolis and watch every game if his sons when it works out.

    6000 seats x $30 = 180,000 x 15 home games = $2.7 million.

    Pay Pitino $1 million and we make $1.7 million in tickets, let alone T shirts, mech, concessions. We'd be the talk of the basketball universe
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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    The Bison team that beat OU had 4 players that would start on this team at the 5.
    "We're gonna go ahead and pin the Bison as the most successful small-conference DI sports program in America." -SBnation

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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    Who are legit future Bison head coach candidates? Look Division II? I am not up to date on who would be a good candidate.

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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    https://www.grandforksherald.com/con...all-coach-ndsu

    Wow read this---how things can change in 5 years

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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    Quote Originally Posted by Kujava23 View Post
    https://www.grandforksherald.com/con...all-coach-ndsu

    Wow read this---how things can change in 5 years
    Like I've said, I liked the hire, I've supported him the last 4 years and now I just can't do it anymore, he's had his time, it hasn't gone well, time to start fresh.

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    Default Re: Has Richman Run this Program Into the Ground??

    Quote Originally Posted by Kujava23 View Post
    https://www.grandforksherald.com/con...all-coach-ndsu

    Wow read this---how things can change in 5 years
    Some guys are great assistant coaches. Head guys, not so much!

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