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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kujava23 View Post
    Richman has had every opportunity to excel also has had new facilities; practice facility & arena to help recruiting

    FACTS ARE FACTS
    1. Lack of player development
    2. Lack of Offensive Strategy---put your best players in positions to be successful
    3. Lack of Game Management---sub patterns, adjustments what other team is doing, key timeouts, drawing up OB plays after timeouts
    4. BEST ONE---Lack of creating a culture a winning culture where players want to stay 4 years

    He has to be done at NDSU-----UNLESS HE WINS OUT and WINS THE WHOLE DAMN THING!!!! NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP
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    Hold up now. I think we should be fair. I would be willing to let him stay if we get to the sweet sixteen.

    Something seemed to happen to get this thing off the rails back in mid season in 2016-2017. Then we had players leaving left and right. There was no fun anymore, in the stadium or on the team.
    Okay, deal. Win out and get to the Sweet 16. Then he can stay.
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    Bison on ESPN+ against Misery State. Game starting now.
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    How has Saul done since he took the job at Ohio?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DePereBisonFan View Post
    How has Saul done since he took the job at Ohio?
    Ohio Bobcats (Mid-American Conference) (2014–present)
    2014–15 Ohio 10–20 5–13 6th (East)
    2015–16 Ohio 23–12 11–7 2nd (East) CBI Semifinals
    2016–17 Ohio 20–11 11–7 2nd (East)
    2017–18 Ohio 14–17 7–11 T–4th (East)
    2018–19 Ohio 5–2 0–0

    Ohio: 72–62 (.537) 34–38 (.472)
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    Outta curiosity, are we so in need of a win that we resort to scheduling D3 schools now? I saw the game was on ESPN Game Plan then it stated Northland College was D3, so I quit watching after we got 6 points
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loud and Proud Bison fan View Post
    Outta curiosity, are we so in need of a win that we resort to scheduling D3 schools now? I saw the game was on ESPN Game Plan then it stated Northland College was D3, so I quit watching after we got 6 points
    I watched for a bit but it looked like somebody called in a bomb threat but let the players finish the game. I like coach but something has to change here. The program is completely devoid of momentum right now.

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    I probably could have sat and counted the number of people there.
    It was over before it began.



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    Went to the game tonight. WTF? There are high school teams out there that could beat them. JFC. Left early couldnt take it any longer.
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    How does Jordan Horn go from averaging 8 points at Sienna as a freshman to seeing 3 min against a D3 team?

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    Dave is crazy like a fox with his player rotation and playing time. He has got a plan that none of us can see or understand. As for the game last night I did not bother to drive over from JAmestown for it. Really starting to think that this might be my last year for season tickets to men’s hoops. That pains me since I really enjoy basketball.
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