Saturday, December 08, 2007

Weekend links

Here are a few links that I didn't get to this week...


The people who did travel to Jacksonville spent more money and time than last year. I would guess that most of it is attributed to the Hokies.


Former BC AD and current Navy AD Chet Gladchuk has to find a new coach. One of the candidates for the job is Steve Logan.


College Basketball reference is building out their BC page. Not sure I agree with their starting five. It doesn't give enough credit to the guys from the '60s and '70 and put Danya ahead of Dudley!


Here is an article on future Eagle Dallas Elmore. (Thanks to Scott W. for the link.)

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At 4:40 PM, Blogger CEW said...

Putting Danya ahead of Dudley actually makes some sense. Danya is fifth all-time in scoring and led BC to its first Big East tournament championship. Danya also started on the 1993-94 team that went as far as any BC team has gone in the NCAAs and that defeated the defending national champion and #1 team UNC in one of the great tournament upsets. Both Danya and Dudley had phenomenal careers at BC, it's pretty close to a coin flip between them in my opinion.

 
At 4:40 PM, Blogger Phil said...

si.com says Navy promoted one of their assistants to take over, so Logan is still with BC, for now.

 
At 10:45 PM, Blogger eagle66 said...

John Austin: "the greatest..." but a reserve??? Gimme a break! He's first team.

 
At 8:14 PM, Blogger mod34b said...

Don't forget about John Bagley. He played (1980-84?), incuding a few years with Michael Adams and was way better as a BC player. Lead BC to Big East title in 1983 (or co-title?). He should be on the list

 
At 1:37 AM, Blogger Eagle in Brighton said...

God, I hope Logan stays. Especially to ease the transition into a purely "Jags" roster.

 
At 1:41 AM, Blogger Eagle in Brighton said...

In terms of Logan, it looks like Duke is the school we have to worry about.
(especially considering Logan's history/background in the triangle + the local recruiting in provides + the low expectations).

Lack of institutional support is a huge deterrent though. Would ultimately have to be a stepping stone for Logan, and though I don't know his family situation, I don't know if Logan would want to keep jumping from position to position like that...

 

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