Congratulations to Coach Chambers

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    Congratulations to Coach Chambers

    When Penn State sought to upgrade its fortunes in the Big Ten, it came to Boston and took the best hoops coach in the city, signing Pat Chambers, who in a mere two years, restored BU to local prominence.

    With a solid background as a Villanova assistant to the accomplished Jay Wright, and his superb work with the Terriers, Coach Chambers was an excellent choice at Penn State.

    And to his credit, he once again showed that he is a class guy by saluting his predecessor, Coach Ed DeChellis, who left for Navy.

    Class guys do that sort of thing. 

    Some others, however, disparage the program they inherited, but ride their predecessor's recruits to a winning first season.

    We all know where the latter type wind up.

    Good luck in Happy Valley, Coach Chambers.

    Peace




     
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    Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers

    How about those minutes?

    How about the lack of publicity in college guides about the admin's duplicity?

    How do you explain />32K applications including I believe a record number this year?

    How about the turnover figures for the past 15 years?

    What about criticism for Calhoun and the suspension, while bringing up other such things at BC which no one in the College was associated with? How about the dismal APR and loss of now three scholaships?

    How about PC losing eight scholarship basketball athletes in two years?  Shouldn't the AD and Pres be held accountable for creating an atmosphere where this can happen?

    Is losing a scholaship athlete ok because a new coach did not want to keep him?  If so what are the other reasons why it is ok when an athelete leaves when a new coach comes on board?  Is it ok if the kid decides on his own to leave?

     
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    Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers

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    How about those minutes? How about the lack of publicity in college guides about the admin's duplicity? How do you explain />32K applications including I believe a record number this year? How about the turnover figures for the past 15 years? What about criticism for Calhoun and the suspension, while bringing up other such things at BC which no one in the College was associated with? How about the dismal APR and loss of now three scholaships? How about PC losing eight scholarship basketball athletes in two years?  Shouldn't the AD and Pres be held accountable for creating an atmosphere where this can happen? Is losing a scholaship athlete ok because a new coach did not want to keep him?  If so what are the other reasons why it is ok when an athelete leaves when a new coach comes on board?  Is it ok if the kid decides on his own to leave?
    Posted by provpats


    Appears you lack self confidence in your paste jobs in creating good copying techniques .....
     
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    Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers

    hey you forgot your sig; please let me be of assistance

    UCONN NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

    with three fewer scholarships and proud possessors of an 893 APR
     
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    Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers

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    hey you forgot your sig; please let me be of assistance UCONN NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! with three fewer scholarships and proud possessors of an 893 APR
    Posted by provpats


    tough to swallow dim wit Red Sox #1 Draft pick ...

    Before Barnes can begin talking to the Sox about his own development, however, he has to finish his college season. Barnes’s UConn team defeated Clemson on draft night to advance to NCAA Tournament’s super regional play this weekend. The Huskies will take on South Carolina in a best-of-three series beginning Friday night. Barnes, 11-3 with a 1.12 ERA in 15 starts this season, is expected to start in the series.
     
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    Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers

    hey you forgot your sig again; what's wrong?

    UCONN NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

    with three fewer scholarships and proud possessors of an 893 APR
     
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    Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers

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    In Response to Re: Congratulations to Coach Chambers : tough to swallow dim wit Red Sox #1 Draft pick ... Before Barnes can begin talking to the Sox about his own development, however, he has to finish his college season. Barnes’s UConn team defeated Clemson on draft night to advance to NCAA Tournament’s super regional play this weekend. The Huskies will take on South Carolina in a best-of-three series beginning Friday night. Barnes, 11-3 with a 1.12 ERA in 15 starts this season, is expected to start in the series.
    Posted by cheeroh


    So a stud pitcher who is good enough to lead a northeast college team deep into the tourney and the Red Sox get him next season is "a tough pill to swollow"???? 

    No dummy, it's called a good thing.
     
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