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  1. 2 points
    Let me preface this by saying, "I know there are a certain few here who will vehemently disagree with me no matter what." With that said, sure the lack of TV deal has something to do with it, as does coaches leaving (WM/Elon). The CAA not winning anything in half a decade certainly hurts, as does a lot of the soft scheduling by the bottom institutions of the league (Towson included). But the grad transfer rule is absolutely killing mid and low majors. When it first started, it helped lower level programs as we go the scraps of Power 5 players, who were fringe players there. Once those schools looked at the good talent at the smaller schools, it was over. Mid/low majors have become farm systems for the Power 5 programs. With all of the transfers leaving along with graduation, there is ZERO excuse to not be a Top 2-3 team. (part of that was sarcasm, but some on here used that as an excuse last year, lets see how the other teams respond)
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    That Wilson game was played in the same place the CAA title game and Towson is headed there in the regular season. The new Mystics Arena. Gibson had 24 points though the highlights show most of his misses. I thought he tried to force it a bit inside against the 6-9 Mitchell twins. That was a good test for what he'll see in college. Need to use more of a floater or dish it out to an open shooter. I noticed he was doing that late in the game and found open guys. A couple of nice dishes. https://washingtoninformer.com/sidwell-friends-upsets-wilson-in-title-game-with-buzzer-beater/
  3. 1 point
    That was a joke... and one that clearly went well over your head.
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    Finally some great weather. https://towsontigers.com/news/2019/3/28/no-10-mens-lacrosse-hosts-hofstra-in-caa-opener.aspx
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    Mason and VCU went to Final 4s. As long as Larranaga was there, they were a powerhouse. VCU has always been a monster. Those schools also didn’t have football so they could spend more money on hoops. That’s why they left to join a basketball-only league
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    CAA used to be a legit mid-major 10-15 yrs ago. Sad that is no longer the case. The transfer problem seems to be an issue on a national scale and even has crept into high school. Football players in public high schools across the state and transferring constantly to get more exposure or play for a better team.
  9. 1 point
    Little to no chance of anybody getting drafted. Next year might be different with Simpson, Leatherbury and Flacco.
  10. 1 point
    Why was my post deleted about his stature?
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    Long one but very good
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    Here’s a bit of perspective on Gibson: Patterson HS in Baltimore City won the city title & State championship this past season. In late December of last year, Gibson dropped 32 points on Patterson in a tournament called the Governor’s Challenge. Not to mention that Gibson dropped 20+ in the DC HS title game, against a Wilson team with 2 kids on the team committed to MD. I’m drinking the kool aid at this point. If it turns out I’m wrong, so be it. But after the last 2 seasons, we need something to get excited about.
  14. 1 point
    “Gibby for 3... goood!!!”
  15. 1 point
    His HS coach stated that when coach’s would inquire about Gibson, they always asked, “what about his frame”? So, it’s fair to suggest his slight build might have put some schools off. But, his tangible numbers are impressive, he’s a winner & I would assume he’s smart, having gone to Sidwell Friends. Is he the savior of TU basketball? Probably not. Does he have potential to be a good player? Sure. Time will tell. Perhaps the biggest takeaway is that by signing him, perhaps PS has demonstrated he’s willing to bring in kids who are fundamentally sound, even if they can’t bench press a school bus. Let’s wish the kid the best & hope that we got a steal.
  16. 1 point
    Tough crowd. Let's jump up and down and say he's the next Lebron or Zion!! Savior of TU basketball as we know it..WOOOOOO... better? smh...
  17. 1 point
    357 of them are from William & Mary
  18. 1 point
    Ok, looking back at what I saw in the spring: QB. Flacco, Stover, Miller. If Flacco gets hurt, I still see Stover come in because he is a similar-type of quarterback. They don't have the change the offense for him. Miller can't run some of the same things. But next season is a different story. We're getting bigger offensive lineman. You need huge blockers to create more time for Miller. RB: Shane is the No. 1. Yeedee will be the short-yardage back most likely. Kobe Young the backup. After that, Adrian Platt and Sean Bryan fighting for playing time. But once again, very small group. WR: Very tough to tell how good the WRs were in the spring in that crappy weather. Leatherbury, J. Allen, D. Street, B.Richardson, D. Hunter, C. Greaves, D. Thompson, J'Alen Elliott all in the mix, Very deep group. TE: Luke Hamilton, Perkins RT? Cheripko was the starter in the spring. RG: Alex Desire was the starter in the spring Center: Brandon Cassels was starter in spring. Transfer will likely start. LG: Gryzmkowski LT: Andrew Garnett TE: Clark, Wright, Hirschmann, probably could use one more big blocker type 3-4 defense (need a transfer nose guard and ILB) NG? Vinnie Shaffer was injured (knee?), Tommy Danagogo, DE Jesus Gibbs (could move to NG), Tibo (inj. but should be ready to go by summer) Sam Gyeni DE Bryce Carter, Marcus Bowman OLB/Bandit Ricky DeBerry, Malik Tyne, Bryce Lauer (inj., may move to DE) OLB Keon Paye, ILB Robert Heyward ILB Christian Dixon, Ryan Kearney CB/S Jamal Gay and Mantriel Reaves will likely battle for one safety spot; juco transfers SJ Brown and Stanley Davis for the other CB Terrell Gillette could and should move to the slot. I see Jirhe Love and Brandon Shuman as the likely starters with Robert Javier pushing them. Troy Vincent Jr. will fit in somewhere and on special teams. I don't think there's anyway they start Love and Javier as r-freshmen, even though both are very talented. Voshon McCants is no longer on the roster.
  19. 1 point
    Gibson & Timberlake in the backcourt next season.... gotta start the nicknames now... “Boy Band Backcourt!?” As I mentioned before.. if available.. big if!? Go out and get a grad transfer combo glue guard to help now... lead by example and with great work habits. And if not yes a transfer of some sorts to push them in practice and then contribute come 2020-21. We don’t know what this kid can be however I’ll say this after watching Frankie Ferrari the past 3 seasons... size doesn’t matter if the quickness & court vision and overall IQ is there Go Tigers.. Win next season or else... Dave Rose was just shown the door for not winning 20 games at BYU and he’s playing with 22-23 year olds!!!!
  20. 1 point
    Again not bad, but will be watching quietly...
  21. 1 point
    Reminds me a little of Toews of UNCW. He was on the light side as well.
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    Like Rob said in the interview and after the loss to JMU. We need size and length, and these Euro players don’t know or care about P5 schools. They just want to play D1 football in America.

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