Said the defense that "everybody does it this way" is weak. Mentioned that coaches can go wherever they want. Said he has no problem with barring in conference transfers but 25 schools is way too much. Said if they care about the kids as much as they claim, Ryan would help him find a good fit rather than pulling the heavy handed stuff. Said this will hurt Wisky recruiting long term and that it reflects very poorly on Bo Ryan.
Sorry for the poor grammar. I typed as he went along. Just to be clear, these were just Dan Patrick's thoughts on the situation. He did not interview Ryan. Nothing we haven't all thought or heard already.
oh god... again, the Mike and Mike interview was bad enough, now he's just going to keep digging deeper and deeper. I really hope recruits take note of this.
I just heard a bit of the clip on Mike and Mike, and he did not do a very good job of explaining. He's just digging his grave right now. I think I just found the coach I hate the most in D1 basketball. Nice job Bo.
Bo comes off as extremely immature in all of this.
Unfortunately after all this press about this even if Jared wanted to come to Iowa State, I'm not sure this is a transfer we would want due to the bad press.
ISU wouldn't get any bad press IMO. At the end of the day Bo Ryan is the bad guy and JU is the victim. People will remember this situation and will be rooting for JU in the future. If that is at ISU... well that is good publicity down the road for the Cyclones.
To my fellow Cyclones... Be excellent to each other... and PARTY ON DUDES!
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