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True, but Bill Foster was the coach then

Posted on: September 10, 2019 at 16:21:26 CT
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At the time Foster was hired in 1974, Duke was one of only eight schools nationally who had reached the 1,000 total win mark.
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Regarding Love - DevilsAdvocate KC - 9/10 15:41:03
     Yeah like the #1 recruit Porter(nm) - TigerFan92 MU - 9/10 21:16:00
          Not Mizzou’s fault(nm) - DevilsAdvocate KC - 9/10 21:46:53
     what is love? - TigerA MU - 9/10 15:56:08
          well done(nm) - DevilsAdvocate KC - 9/10 16:33:02
     RE: Regarding Love - FIJItiger MU - 9/10 15:52:30
          Misleading. Duke was in Final Four in STL 4years earlier - Sigma MU - 9/10 16:10:43
               Lost to Kentucky in the Championship game to be exact. (nm) - longtimereader MU - 9/10 17:05:26
                    Played in St. Louis 1978 - mgtiger MU - 9/11 08:50:52
                    Hate to defend Arkansas but the triplets got robbed - El Zorro MU - 9/10 18:00:18
               True, but Bill Foster was the coach then - FIJItiger MU - 9/10 16:21:26
                    My point is that K was recruiting from a much stronger pt. - Sigma MU - 9/10 18:11:02
                         That class was important to coach K’s credibility - tigersailor MU - 9/10 18:26:52
                              Those were all 4 year players. Dawkins could have left - Sigma MU - 9/10 18:43:55
     It's such a different game today. Most top players don't - sprintcar STL - 9/10 15:45:57




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