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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby AP » Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:36 pm

sudog03 wrote:Most of the time, the only time kids played hard was when the ball was in their hands. That's a reflection on the coach ultimately, but also to a degree, the kids. My point is the new coach is going to inherit a much more difficult situation than the women's coach did. Culture issues that may not be fully fixable without roster turnover, talent level on roster, and a really strong league.
Money quote pulled out for those for whom reading is hard.
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby Cujo » Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:41 pm

I agree with, SUD.

O3, how was I to interpret your statement: "The coach did a great job, taking a team that went 5-9 and turning it into 10-4 and winning the conference tournament. But, I think it's important to remember that the SoCon was 28th of 32 conferences using RPI in WBB. The league came way back to our women's team (2 years ago the league was 17th of 32)."

If I was to translate it, I'd say you said: "The women did well, but the conference wasn't any good, so it isn't so much that we got better as the conference just go worse than us."

Reading comprehension? I'm just reading your words. ;-)

What I saw was a coach who did a good job of putting the players in the right positions and utilized their strengths and motivate them to gel and play as a team. And if you are going to say one recruit was the difference, then can't we say one recruit on the men's side could take us from 5-9 to 10-4 in one season?

AP and 03 have been around losing and excuses for losing at SAmford so long that they don't even remember how to win. First, you have to think like a winner. 6 year plans are for communists. Make Samford Great in basketball aga. . . . er . . . for once. Freedom to succeed!
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby sudog03 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:53 pm

I didn't say that about the Socon WBB league, the facts did. Coach Kunhs did a great job (as I said orginally) and the league was awful. Both can be true, and the facts bear that out. Do you see something that's factual that you would like to disagree with?
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby Cujo » Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:46 pm

sudog03 wrote:I didn't say that about the Socon WBB league, the facts did.


So, I interpreted your comments correctly whether you said it or the “facts” grew mouths and said it.

I dare you to try that logic out on your next argument with your spouse. Say something and then tell her you didn’t say it, the facts did. :lol:
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby sudog03 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:54 pm

Not really sure when you say something is 28/32 that there is anything up for interpretation or when you say that someone did a great job that there is something left up to interpretation. Maybe your reading a little too much into what I said. I will say again, both of those statements can be true. The league was not good (factual) and the coach did a great job (subjective, but can be backed up). Think I've been pretty consistent in saying both. I have no problem saying what I mean. No interpretation necessary.
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby GoMocs » Thu Mar 26, 2020 7:11 pm

smalltownbulldog wrote:SoCon WBB and MBB are no comparison. WBB has no perennially good programs, it's always been year to year.



cough cough....
Tournament champs since they started having them:

1984 Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN Tina Chairs, Chattanooga
1985 Chattanooga Johnson City, TN Chris McClure, Chattanooga
1986 Chattanooga Boone, NC Regina Kirk, Chattanooga
1987 Appalachian State Cullowhee, NC Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian State
1988 Appalachian State Huntington, WV Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian State
1989 Chattanooga Johnson City, TN Janice Rhynehardt, Furman; Nancy Smith, Chattanooga
1990 Appalachian State Johnson City, TN Shannon Thomas, Appalachian State
1991 Appalachian State Johnson City, TN Nicole Hopson, East Tennessee State
1992 Chattanooga Johnson City, TN Kim Brown, Chattanooga
1993 Georgia Southern Johnson City, TN Janice Johnson, Georgia Southern
1994 Georgia Southern Greenville, SC Rushia Brown, Furman
1995 Furman Asheville, NC DeShawne Blocker, East Tennessee State
1996 Appalachian State Greensboro, NC Stephanie Wine, Marshall
1997 Marshall Greensboro, NC Keri Simmons, Marshall
1998 UNC Greensboro Greensboro, NC Telly Hall, Georgia Southern
1999 Appalachian State Greensboro, NC Beth Schoolfield, Appalachian State
2000 Furman Greenville, SC Brianne Dodgen, UNCG
2001 Chattanooga Greenville, SC ChoRhonda Gwaltney, UNCG
2002 Chattanooga Charleston, SC Miranda Warfield, Chattanooga
2003 Chattanooga Charleston, SC Miranda Warfield, Chattanooga
2004 Chattanooga Charleston, SC Katasha Brown, Chattanooga
2005 Western Carolina Chattanooga, TN Jennifer Gardner, Western Carolina
2006 Chattanooga North Charleston, SC Tiffani Roberson, Chattanooga
2007 Chattanooga North Charleston, SC Alex Anderson, Chattanooga
2008 Chattanooga North Charleston, SC Alex Anderson, Chattanooga
2009 Western Carolina Chattanooga, TN Brooke Johnson, Western Carolina
2010 Chattanooga Charlotte, NC Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga
2011 Samford Chattanooga, TN Savannah Hill, Samford
2012 Samford Asheville, NC Shelby Campbell, Samford
2013 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Ashlen Dewart, Chattanooga
2014 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Taylor Hall, Chattanooga
2015 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Jasmine Joyner, Chattanooga
2016 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Alicia Payne, Chattanooga
2017 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Jasmine Joyner, Chattanooga
2018 Mercer Asheville, NC Kahlia Lawrence, Mercer
2019 Mercer Asheville, NC KeKe Calloway , Mercer


Of teams currently in SoCon Chattanooga has 18 titles and the rest of the league 10 total combined
and in 2020 Chattanooga finished tied for regular season championship and won three more regular season championships in years we didn't win the tournament.

7 either WNIT or NWIT tournaments, including a 2nd place national finish in 1984 NWIT.

Now this run may be over, time will tell. but the above statement is laughable.
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby sudog03 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 1:20 am

GoMocs wrote:
smalltownbulldog wrote:SoCon WBB and MBB are no comparison. WBB has no perennially good programs, it's always been year to year.



cough cough....
Tournament champs since they started having them:

1984 Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN Tina Chairs, Chattanooga
1985 Chattanooga Johnson City, TN Chris McClure, Chattanooga
1986 Chattanooga Boone, NC Regina Kirk, Chattanooga
1987 Appalachian State Cullowhee, NC Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian State
1988 Appalachian State Huntington, WV Valorie Whiteside, Appalachian State
1989 Chattanooga Johnson City, TN Janice Rhynehardt, Furman; Nancy Smith, Chattanooga
1990 Appalachian State Johnson City, TN Shannon Thomas, Appalachian State
1991 Appalachian State Johnson City, TN Nicole Hopson, East Tennessee State
1992 Chattanooga Johnson City, TN Kim Brown, Chattanooga
1993 Georgia Southern Johnson City, TN Janice Johnson, Georgia Southern
1994 Georgia Southern Greenville, SC Rushia Brown, Furman
1995 Furman Asheville, NC DeShawne Blocker, East Tennessee State
1996 Appalachian State Greensboro, NC Stephanie Wine, Marshall
1997 Marshall Greensboro, NC Keri Simmons, Marshall
1998 UNC Greensboro Greensboro, NC Telly Hall, Georgia Southern
1999 Appalachian State Greensboro, NC Beth Schoolfield, Appalachian State
2000 Furman Greenville, SC Brianne Dodgen, UNCG
2001 Chattanooga Greenville, SC ChoRhonda Gwaltney, UNCG
2002 Chattanooga Charleston, SC Miranda Warfield, Chattanooga
2003 Chattanooga Charleston, SC Miranda Warfield, Chattanooga
2004 Chattanooga Charleston, SC Katasha Brown, Chattanooga
2005 Western Carolina Chattanooga, TN Jennifer Gardner, Western Carolina
2006 Chattanooga North Charleston, SC Tiffani Roberson, Chattanooga
2007 Chattanooga North Charleston, SC Alex Anderson, Chattanooga
2008 Chattanooga North Charleston, SC Alex Anderson, Chattanooga
2009 Western Carolina Chattanooga, TN Brooke Johnson, Western Carolina
2010 Chattanooga Charlotte, NC Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga
2011 Samford Chattanooga, TN Savannah Hill, Samford
2012 Samford Asheville, NC Shelby Campbell, Samford
2013 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Ashlen Dewart, Chattanooga
2014 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Taylor Hall, Chattanooga
2015 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Jasmine Joyner, Chattanooga
2016 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Alicia Payne, Chattanooga
2017 Chattanooga Asheville, NC Jasmine Joyner, Chattanooga
2018 Mercer Asheville, NC Kahlia Lawrence, Mercer
2019 Mercer Asheville, NC KeKe Calloway , Mercer


Of teams currently in SoCon Chattanooga has 18 titles and the rest of the league 10 total combined
and in 2020 Chattanooga finished tied for regular season championship and won three more regular season championships in years we didn't win the tournament.

7 either WNIT or NWIT tournaments, including a 2nd place national finish in 1984 NWIT.

Now this run may be over, time will tell. but the above statement is laughable.


You left off 2020. It was Samford.
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby GoMocs » Fri Mar 27, 2020 11:49 am

copied it from wikipedia...somebody needs to update this year's results....

Moc's women's team has 22 regular season championships or co-championships since 1984.

and back to my original point..I would Samford has a "perennially" good program.
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby whoknows » Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:31 pm

So I've been absent for a little while? Who are we going to hire?

We should also strike a 10 year deal with UAB. They suck. We suck. It's nice to have an away game that doesn't cost anything.

You could do a home/home for the next few years just to fill schedule.
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Re: Padgett Fired

Postby SU DOG » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:35 pm

I mentioned a Conspiracy Theory in an earlier post that drew very little attention. I'm going to elaborate further here. While I can elaborate, I certainly cannot offer any proof (In which case it would no longer be a theory but a fact). I repeat that a somewhat similar situation did occur in 1992 with Samford Football. Now any good CT must have the two words "What If" to serve as a sentence introductory. That helps to perk attention and direct a train of thought, so: What if Samford did not have to pay one red cent to buy out Coach Padgett's contract? What if that was done by a suburban group who wanted their guy in as HC? What if that group consisted of friends and family who want to see their young man advance into D-1 coaching, and bargained with Samford for such? What if at least some in that group even think that eventually this guy might someday rise meteorically to become a HC at the school they really support(epicenter of the REC) whose nickname is the Crimson Tide? What if the delay in naming him is only to give the impression of searching?

What if Bucky is NOT named as the Head Coach? Then I can laugh at this post along with everyone else on the Board, and that may very well happen. I can assure you I have heard nothing out of Samford to support this. I have heard what I would call a whisper out of Mountain Brook, but not enough to garner ANY specific details other than an effort for their man has been made.
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