the postings are useless and probably have been for some time, and what is stated is certainly everything the players, coaches, Fee, the entire Athletic Dept realize if they were to be completely honest and realize it anyway....but for PR purposes and whatever motivation they are trying to have, they won't state it publicly, it's not PC or in their interest to do so. albeit being honest about the state would be the decent step to dealing with it.
yesterday was as low as it could get for WVB. Monson should have never been extended, he's been hanging on and stumbling for 5 years since the nice Faust season, and even from 2013 to and including that Faust season he couldn't convert on 3 really solid chances for a bid after the 2012 apex (sheesh, that was almost a decade ago). hopefully MBB makes some noise, one can only hope. glimmers (like Booker) should not define a program. Joy's a different story, she was/is Beach legacy, it is I guess possible she could eventually get there despite most of the data to the contrary. again, glimmers like Kash's ascendence to nationally significant performances, shouldn't define a program. constant improvement should
Fee is a mouthpiece as we have discovered, branding himself first as NuttinFiner pointed out almost 3-4 years ago; Jane has become a disaster, with a vision of mediorcrity, and she somehow has got stuck in the mud trying to articulate or policy her way for LB to be some diverse/inclusive University when the fact is simply that Long Beach was established already as one of the most diverse/inclusive/value Universities before she arrived so she basically she hasn't accomplished anything other than create acrimony and divorce herself from critical thinking which one would think should be a no-no for an academic University. Not sure what she is still hanging around for, hopefully she retires end of this year with probable expected proclamations of 'accomplishments' when she hasn't made a single significant accomplishment for the University. Seriously, a big zip
adieu & Go Beach
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