Tuesday, December 17, 2013

More bad news on Clifford



It doesn't look like Dennis Clifford is going to save the season. The 7-footer continues to battle knee pain and the recovery from his surgeries is behind schedule

Prior to the season, I wanted Clifford to redshirt. I thought BC had enough depth to manage without him and that a full year off might help him finally get healthy. The redshirt would have helped roster balance too. 

Now that the season and Donahue's tenure are on the ropes, I really want Clifford to sit. Sure the team could use him, but by the time he is ready we could be in such a hole that his eligibility would all be wasted. Even in survival mode, I hope that Donahue and his staff consider Clifford's long-term potential when deciding how to manage him this season. 

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3 Comments:

At 1:44 PM, Blogger Big Jack Krack said...

I hope we didn't mismanage Clifford medically.

I remember thinking they waited too long to operate on him. The poor guy may be limited going forward anyway - a 7 footer with two arthritic knees - not good.

Best of luck with your new coach next year, Dennis.

 
At 8:26 AM, Blogger Claver2010 said...

Clifford will never be the same unfortunately. Knee problems for 7' don't just go away.

Another hole that the next coach will have to fill.

I agree to RS him, balance out the scholarships a little more.

 
At 3:54 PM, Blogger FakeShalomTfree said...

"It doesn't look like Dennis Clifford is going to save the season."

Let's be honest, this team needs a lot more than Dennis Clifford to save the season, and Danya Abrams, Sean Williams and Craig Smith aint' walking through that door.

 

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