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  1. #201
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    If so he will have an interim label and unless he does truly remarkable things right away, I doubt he will be given a realistic shot at the main job when the official coaching search happens. Louisville is in a delicate spot. They have a legendary program but if you go too long in the wilderness of mediocrity (or suckitude) it can be really, really hard to find your way back. I suspect their rich donors will want to find a more established and experienced coach after the utter disaster that has been Kenny Payne. The fact that Nolan has been an integral part of the Payne disaster can't help either.
    At least the current bar isnít high for Nolan to look like he is improving things - although Iím not sure how much he has to work withÖ

  2. #202
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    Has anyone, Scottdude or anyone else, heard anything about whether Juwan Howard is back coaching at Michigan after his heart procedure during the summer? I saw that his son Jace is out for awhile with a stress fracture in his knee or leg or something, but nothing about Juwan himself. Season is about to start. Is he back at practice or still out?

  3. #203
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy View Post
    Has anyone, Scottdude or anyone else, heard anything about whether Juwan Howard is back coaching at Michigan after his heart procedure during the summer? I saw that his son Jace is out for awhile with a stress fracture in his knee or leg or something, but nothing about Juwan himself. Season is about to start. Is he back at practice or still out?
    Last I heard he was still out indefinitelyÖ he didnít participate at B1G media days. Nothing more concrete than that, at least that Iíve seen.

  4. #204
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottdude8 View Post
    Last I heard he was still out indefinitelyÖ he didnít participate at B1G media days. Nothing more concrete than that, at least that Iíve seen.
    This article says he could be out till Christmas and will definitely miss the season opener:

    https://gbmwolverine.com/2023/10/31/analyst-reports-juwan-howard-miss-start-michigan-basketball-season/

  5. #205
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGDukesky View Post
    This article says he could be out till Christmas and will definitely miss the season opener:

    https://gbmwolverine.com/2023/10/31/...etball-season/
    Missed a lot of important recruiting time too. Not good.

  6. #206
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    Whew... The Athletic has a pretty withering article today about the decline of John Calipari. It pulls exactly zero punches.

    https://theathletic.com/5014110/2023...hn-calipari-3/

    The author spoke to several former Calipari assistants and other college basketball coaches who were blunt in their assessment of the program right now:



    I'm telling ya, this article is a must-read for any college basketball fan.
    Paywall, I couldn't even open in an incognito widow. But thanks for the heads up, Jason!

  7. #207
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    If so he will have an interim label and unless he does truly remarkable things right away, I doubt he will be given a realistic shot at the main job when the official coaching search happens. Louisville is in a delicate spot. They have a legendary program but if you go too long in the wilderness of mediocrity (or suckitude) it can be really, really hard to find your way back. I suspect their rich donors will want to find a more established and experienced coach after the utter disaster that has been Kenny Payne. The fact that Nolan has been an integral part of the Payne disaster can't help either.
    Do they pinch their nose and go hard after Chris Beard?

  8. #208
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    Quote Originally Posted by BandAlum83 View Post
    Paywall, I couldn't even open in an incognito widow. But thanks for the heads up, Jason!
    Try this site

    https://irishchronicle.com/sport/joh...find-it-again/

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