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- Aug 26, 2011
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rayshuttersworth?I forgot the posters name but the poster who had the insight from a friend inside the athletic dept was on target with this. I forgot the subject heading post. Basically it confirmed the speculation that UConn was trying to move Wolf before dealing with Bradley.
I hope he wasn't right about the supposed .6 gpaI forgot the posters name but the poster who had the insight from a friend inside the athletic dept was on target with this. I forgot the subject heading post. Basically it confirmed the speculation that UConn was trying to move Wolf before dealing with Bradley.
Wolf made a mistake staying.
Agreed. Can't hate on the Wolf Man. Probably knows he's never going to the league. Maybe he just loves UConn, loves the team, etc. and wants to take advantage of a free education. Good for him.If his goal is to win another national championship, no matter how much or how little he contributes during games, then what mistake was made?
Some guys know, and accept, that they are only going to be practice players, they're usually called walk-ons. Wolf just has the added benefit of a scholarship.
if i were wolf id of left the program. he basically has 4 guys ahead of him so he`ll be lucky to get any minutes at all during BE play. yes he should gain some valuable experience in practice against those players but he wont see much pt. he doesnt look like he`ll ever be a nba player so he shouldve gone to another school had alot of pt over the next 3 years and maybe earned his way to an nba try out.
I hope he wasn't right about the supposed .6 gpa
Ha, got it. I think I know exactly who you're talking about lolI do regret posting a GPA as that isn't right, but I'm also glad that people might believe I wasn't trying to just start trouble by making stuff up. I'll make sure to use more discretion when posting stuff I hear. It's funny I think you might actually know the source UCDave
Wow - I just hate the comments in this thread. Why would any of you think Wolf made the wrong move? Good lord. He wants to be a Husky and he has 3 years (maybe 4 with a redshirt) to become a player. You can't teach 7' or 7'1 or whatever he is. Get stronger, get faster - play against NBA talent everyday and there's no telling what he can be. Look at Armstrong and how much developed from his 2nd to 3rd and 4th year. Anyone who isn't psyched to see a player not leave for a lesser program in order to increase his potential and at least get a degree is just ridiculous. We need guys like this on the roster. You can't have 13 (or 10) 5 star recruits. That doesn't make a team (see UK). We would not have won the championship last year without a senior called Chuck who never was in the discussion for going to the NBA. In 3 or 4 years, a guy like Wolf may be exactly what we need to get us over the top. More imporatantly, he's a freakin Husky. You support him, idiots!
OK - I'm just pissed at this thread - rant off.