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Lavin Willing to Listen to Ohio State About Head Coaching Job

Discussion in 'Buckeye Basketball' started by BuckNutty, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. BuckNutty

    BuckNutty Hear The Drummer Get Wicked Staff Member Bookie

  2. NoFanOfPro

    NoFanOfPro Newbie

    This proves that there is (at least) some interest in the OSU job. I think I would be happy with Stallings, Dunphy, Wilson of the potentials that I know of. Since we are hearing mystery names come up daily (news reporters may be adding fuel to the fire for circulation) The only thing that we really know is that, we don't know everyone on the list. I trust AG. I don't need a flashy coach, as a matter of fact, I may prefer the just the opposite. I like the focus to be on the kids, team, the University. I must admit Wilson intrigues me the most. If he can coach a team with the drawing power of Rice (2,800 pop. campus) to within points of a win against UCONN and STANFORD. He must be a good X's & O's coach. Since they have to recruit below the radar players, he must be able to evaluate talent. He would face a much larger talent pool at :osu: even in our current situation. I think all of them would demand more effort out of the team than what I seen last year. I can live with the bad record, I cannot live with a "less than everything" you have effort. Here's to having a coach soon and getting back on the recruiting trail.

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