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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kujava23 View Post
    SOOOOOOOO....what happens IFFFFFFFF RICHMAN, currently 2-7, 20 games left (including GIMMIES--Dickinson St. and Northland College)---finishes season 8-21, 9-20, 10-19, or 11-18---ALL OF WHICH POSSIBLE-- IS RESIGNED???????
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    This shit is sad. That is all.
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    Here's one way to answer the original thread question: I went to games regularly from 2007 thru the first year in the SHAC, and had five season tickets from 2010 on. I would also follow the road games however I could (TV, radio, gamecast etc.) After the first year in the SHAC I gave up my season tickets and I didn't go to a single game last year or this year so far, and I don't bother to try to watch on tv or listen on the radio. Season ticket cost was a factor as well as being a bit disappointed in the arena remodel. But when the team was competitive and fun to watch, I went to every game in the old BSA. Pretty sure others have similar stories. Does that mean the program has been run into the ground? I don't know but it's in a pretty bad state from my perspective.
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    So the other day I mention throwing a 1-3-1 or 2-3 zone in couldn't hurt and against Drake all of a sudden we are running a 1-3-1 for about 5 consecutive possessions, then I mention playing Deng and Rocky at the same time and all of a sudden it happens at Iowa State.....is Dave scouring Bisonville for coaching help? If that's the case just fire him now and give me the job for the rest of the year, I bet I can fix the offense....and even the defense before the Summit League tourney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bison Bridge Guy View Post
    Here's one way to answer the original thread question: I went to games regularly from 2007 thru the first year in the SHAC, and had five season tickets from 2010 on. I would also follow the road games however I could (TV, radio, gamecast etc.) After the first year in the SHAC I gave up my season tickets and I didn't go to a single game last year or this year so far, and I don't bother to try to watch on tv or listen on the radio. Season ticket cost was a factor as well as being a bit disappointed in the arena remodel. But when the team was competitive and fun to watch, I went to every game in the old BSA. Pretty sure others have similar stories. Does that mean the program has been run into the ground? I don't know but it's in a pretty bad state from my perspective.
    What you're saying makes a lot of sense in theory but NDSU did lead the Summit League in average attendance last year.

    I'm not saying that should save Richman's bacon when it comes to the program's downward spiral in performance on the court but in terms of attendance they're still doing pretty well relatively. Although I'd expect that number to take another dip this year with the way things are going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bison Bridge Guy View Post
    Here's one way to answer the original thread question: I went to games regularly from 2007 thru the first year in the SHAC, and had five season tickets from 2010 on. I would also follow the road games however I could (TV, radio, gamecast etc.) After the first year in the SHAC I gave up my season tickets and I didn't go to a single game last year or this year so far, and I don't bother to try to watch on tv or listen on the radio. Season ticket cost was a factor as well as being a bit disappointed in the arena remodel. But when the team was competitive and fun to watch, I went to every game in the old BSA. Pretty sure others have similar stories. Does that mean the program has been run into the ground? I don't know but it's in a pretty bad state from my perspective.
    Yep, the priduct and the venue sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bisonfan08 View Post
    So the other day I mention throwing a 1-3-1 or 2-3 zone in couldn't hurt and against Drake all of a sudden we are running a 1-3-1 for about 5 consecutive possessions, then I mention playing Deng and Rocky at the same time and all of a sudden it happens at Iowa State.....is Dave scouring Bisonville for coaching help? If that's the case just fire him now and give me the job for the rest of the year, I bet I can fix the offense....and even the defense before the Summit League tourney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professorbum View Post
    Why hire you when Dave gets to channel you for free?
    Haha you're probably right, I'll have to stop posting my tips here. I'd do twice the job for half the price though, it'd be a great deal for the university, probably the greatest deal of all time...HUGE improvements

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    Rick Pitino is available!!!

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    I think the problem is the low post game has been absent in Bison Basketball with the exception of the couple of years here and there. The Bison seem to be a team that live and die by passing the ball around the perimeter and bombing 3's. There needs to be more of an effort to get effective and efficient low post players on the squad like Marshall Bjorklund and Andre Smith (the only two in somewhat recent memory) to balance out the offensive attack and keep defenses honest. Until then mediocrity at best is guaranteed.

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