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RE: I fully agree, but as a coach with high expectations being

Posted on: February 20, 2021 at 11:46:52 CT
SEMO_Hillbilly UMKC
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If the coaching staff (even the previous one) misjudged their talent and the kid is a good student and works his ass off in training and practice, you let him ride it out. If they are a pain in the ass, slacker, and barely skate by in the easiest classes you part ways. If the players accumulate more power in the next few years and the transfer portal becomes more like basketball, I say you treat them like professionals and drop them as soon as you find something better.
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               RE: I fully agree, but as a coach with high expectations being - SEMO_Hillbilly UMKC - 2/20 11:46:52
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