I love the fact Mac has admitted he didn't know the athleticism of the big 12 and has really started to recruit some great athletes, the one thing that concerns me is that his last recruiting class in my opinion was his worst at ISU, and those scholarships appear locked unless people transfer. Hopefully the next classes can make up for it.
EVEN in his own words he doesnt have the athletes to compete in the Big 12, then go out and recruit ATHLETES, this is the Big 12 McDermott, if you like players from the MVC then go back the MVC then...........
Recruit New York City kids that are tough as nails and like to penetrate and actually could score and not turnover the ball..............
there is a difference in building a program with class and sustaining a team for a long run and throwing together all the best ballers the city's can offer. i think mcdermott definitely knows what he's doing and will get the program running. look at coach k. he struggled his first couple of years but has been very successful in building a high quality and high class program. it takes time people.
"It's not my fault that an opposing player isn't as strong as me" - Marcus Fizer
Because we all know, the media is the be-all, end-all of fact. Well said!
You know what I mean. We've got a couple of posters that will claim it's just some anonymous Interwebs rumor, so I'm pointing out that it's actually been reported beyond this site, and without quoting this site.
Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
Make this one for the ages!
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