Frank is not happy over John Currie's decision to declare Jamar Samuels ineligible for the Syracuse game, as well as previous conflicts in which Currie has displayed a dislike for Frank's on-court demeanor. In addition, word is flowing that Will Spradling and Thomas Gipson may transfer. Could be a bad few months/ years down the road.
I listened to Martin's post game press conference and you could tell he didn't have much respect for the AD.
He said that the decision wasn't his, in his opinion Samuel's didn't do anything wrong but as a university we have to protect ourselves. He went on to say that all questions should be directed to his supervisor.
I'm paraphrasing some as I don't remember the exact words but nothing about it showed that he was happy about or that he supported it.
I would love to see their program implode. Right now after KU, the rest of the B12 is up for grabs.
OU is down currently.
OSU could be back next year depending on who comes back.
TCU may be on the rise.
Tech should be pretty bad again.
Don't know much about WVU.
Baylor probably loses a lot.
UT could be quite good.
I could see us in the top 3 again even if Royce leaves. If Royce stays, then I think it's us or KU for the B12 title.
Love Frank Martin. If he leaves. That whole team will leave. You watch. Notice how many spanish type kids they have on that team. That is because Frank is of Latin Herritage.
K-State should be kissing his butt to stay in that crap town.
Nobody but HB knows for sure. You pretty much know nothing....like Knownothing would like to say.
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