- Aug 26, 2011
- Reaction Score
According to Dom Amore on Twitter.
What I don't get, is we have already been punished for the scores. How can they punish us again for the same scores?
Whatever year it is implemented, that will be the year scores are counted. They will not average in past years. Uconn will be fine.
Just peachy. Although this is good news, UConn again got dragged through the mud needlessly. Our proud program is like a fricken pinata when it comes to bad news, particularly on a national level. You can bet the bank that we'll get dragged through again, after the vote, once they begin to implement and so forth until we clear that magic number once and for all.
The good news, is that the staff can tell recruits that UConn is in good shape. Their upcoming scores are getting better and that an NCAA tournament ban simply won't happen for the Huskies.
Considering JC and staff were able to successfully recruit Boatright, Daniels and Drummond under the shroud of doom that took place last year, I think they'll do just fine in 2012, 13 and beyond. The man can sell refrigerators to Eskimos. With that said, I still prefer to keep the reasons for not coming to UConn to a minimum. Unfortunately there are many that simply make up things to put our program down. We were like a fricken Phoenix last year. I expect that bird to keep on flying high for some time. Hum...doesn't the Phoenix turn to ashes and then rise again? Maybe I shouldn't have used that comparison.
Several of us did say this in the other thread. I guess you missed it.Why didn't you say so in the other APR thread!?? My goodness, I was panicking!
(Just kidding - kind of. I didn't read through the whole thing, so maybe you did say that. But it's hard, I think, for a good, but parochial, fan to not feel the pangs of freak-out when you start reading this stuff.
So what I'm wondering now is: "Really, really? Are we going to be okay?")
Several of us did say this in the other thread. I guess you missed it.