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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by aggieaggie » March 29th, 2015, 5:24 pm

hipsterdoofus21 wrote:
aggieaggie wrote:I have a prediction for Brownjeans to mark, 10 months from now we will all be happy with this hire.
Not unless Duryea has a big man recruit and true PG hidden somewhere.

We wasted 3 months of recruiting to hire the guy right next to Stew. Why not just save the money given to the consulting firm and give it to Duryea back in January. I don't mind the hire so much as the perception that we settled.
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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by bleu » March 29th, 2015, 5:25 pm

Imakeitrain wrote:Scott Barnes absolutely quit on us.
If this is a serious post, I don't think I've ever seen such BS during my 4 years reading and posting on this board. How can someone who is a true Aggie fan, through thick and thin, look at the Athletics Director who has done more for this department than any other administrator in the history of the University, and say he's just mailing it in because you're not happy with the hire (also based on speculation that he is even going to leave in the first place). What a pathetic perspective. Scott is just sending a huge "screw you" to the school he's dedicated the last 10 years of his life to, and built his legacy with. Duryea may not be the popular choice among fans because naturally we want something new and exciting. I'm part of the group of fans who would love to see Connor wearing Aggie blue, but he's not coming. So I'm gonna trust Scott Barnes (who has never let me down before), Stew Morrill, and just about every other person I've talked to who is close with the basketball program and gives high praises to Duryea.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by brownjeans » March 29th, 2015, 5:27 pm

aggieaggie wrote:I have a prediction for Brownjeans to mark, 10 months from now we will all be happy with this hire.
Okay, but why me? I have the shortest memory on this kind of thing. Should have GameFAQs mark it, that dude is a vault of information.



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Re: Duryea

Post by hipsterdoofus21 » March 29th, 2015, 5:28 pm

I like Duryea fine and I appreciate what he's done for USU basketball, but the program had a great opportunity to capitalize on the situation and revive the program. Hiring someone from the existing staff is not going to ignite the fanbase. New blood, new recruiting, and fresh faces were needed to generate some buzz. This just looks like we couldn't find anyone else after conducting a nationwide search, and couldn't look worse for us. The school would've been better off announcing Duryea as the successor back in January than parading out our grand search plans and settling back on the guy wedged next to Stew.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by JonnyCienPesos » March 29th, 2015, 5:30 pm

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treesap32 wrote:I can't imagine he'll get a new staff. I expect to see Jones and Felton on the bench. He'll just have to bring in one assistant to replace himself I guess... *sigh*
I'm almost speechless by the stupidity of hiring Dureya and keeping the current staff. This is a fail by epic proportions. I love Stew but I was looking forward to new blood and new energy, if nothing else. I'm shocked.


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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by USU73 » March 29th, 2015, 5:31 pm

And when I was a student we didn't hire the assistant, Dale Brown, ironic!

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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by bleu » March 29th, 2015, 5:33 pm

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treesap32 wrote:I can't imagine he'll get a new staff. I expect to see Jones and Felton on the bench. He'll just have to bring in one assistant to replace himself I guess... *sigh*
I'm almost speechless by the stupidity of hiring Dureya and keeping the current staff. This is a fail by epic proportions. I love Stew but I was looking forward to new blood and new energy, if nothing else. I'm shocked.


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Because he's not the popular choice on USUfans.com, a website full of college basketball masterminds! DUH!



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by bullshot » March 29th, 2015, 5:35 pm

hipsterdoofus21 wrote:So we paid a consulting firm to a do a nationwide search for a coach and they found the guy who was sitting right next to Stew?
now that is money well spent. if we cannot get a name coach how do we expect to upgrade the recruiting?



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Re: Duryea

Post by brownjeans » March 29th, 2015, 5:36 pm

I'll support him if he wins, same as any coach.



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Re: Duryea

Post by USUBlue » March 29th, 2015, 5:38 pm

I would have picked Jones over Duryea -- at least Jones has an energy level to get behind. I will not support Duryea unless he finishes Top 3 in the MWC and then I hope his contract is very short so we can replace him quickly. We will never be Top 3 and get to the NCAA with Duryea -- complete failure by Barnes



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Re: Duryea

Post by Dwigt » March 29th, 2015, 5:38 pm

usufan5477 wrote:I hope that everyone will support Duryea. First of all he is a great person. One who will do things the right way. He is also a great basketball mind. We need a great x's and o's guy like him to lead our program. Aggie basketball is in good hands. The future is very bright.
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Re: Duryea

Post by bleu » March 29th, 2015, 5:39 pm

USUBlue wrote:I would have picked Jones over Duryea -- at least Jones has an energy level to get behind. I will not support Duryea unless he finishes Top 3 in the MWC and then I hope his contract is very short so we can replace him quickly. We will never be Top 3 and get to the NCAA with Duryea -- complete failure by Barnes
Well given your recent track record, I'm going to assume everything you said in this post is 100% wrong.The future is bright, Aggies!



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by whiteboykevin » March 29th, 2015, 5:39 pm

I think the simple fact that we have not done anything in years and we pick someone from that staff to take over, makes fans like me a little disaapointed.

I am hopefully wrong but just can't stand the slow pace, "look at the big card" offense. No one enjoys watching that or playing in that kind of offense that is so micromanaged. Hopefully Duryea brings some changes in that aspect.



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Re: Duryea

Post by utaggies » March 29th, 2015, 5:40 pm

hipsterdoofus21 wrote:I like Duryea fine and I appreciate what he's done for USU basketball, but the program had a great opportunity to capitalize on the situation and revive the program. Hiring someone from the existing staff is not going to ignite the fanbase. New blood, new recruiting, and fresh faces were needed to generate some buzz. This just looks like we couldn't find anyone else after conducting a nationwide search, and couldn't look worse for us. The school would've been better off announcing Duryea as the successor back in January than parading out our grand search plans and settling back on the guy wedged next to Stew.
^ this. The sucking noise you just heard is the excitement and enthusiasm of most Aggie fans leaving the room. Same 'ol, same 'ol. Duryea may be a nice guy, but so is Roger Reed and I wouldn't take him as a HC for my grandson's junior Jazz team. I couldn't be less pleased about this unless it was for Rod Tueller to come back.



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Re: Duryea

Post by frankiedoeshollywood » March 29th, 2015, 5:41 pm

USUBlue wrote:I would have picked Jones over Duryea -- at least Jones has an energy level to get behind. I will not support Duryea unless he finishes Top 3 in the MWC and then I hope his contract is very short so we can replace him quickly. We will never be Top 3 and get to the NCAA with Duryea -- complete failure by Barnes
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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by Imakeitrain » March 29th, 2015, 5:43 pm

bleu wrote:
Imakeitrain wrote:Scott Barnes absolutely quit on us.
If this is a serious post, I don't think I've ever seen such BS during my 4 years reading and posting on this board. How can someone who is a true Aggie fan, through thick and thin, look at the Athletics Director who has done more for this department than any other administrator in the history of the University, and say he's just mailing it in because you're not happy with the hire (also based on speculation that he is even going to leave in the first place). What a pathetic perspective. Scott is just sending a huge "screw you" to the school he's dedicated the last 10 years of his life to, and built his legacy with. Duryea may not be the popular choice among fans because naturally we want something new and exciting. I'm part of the group of fans who would love to see Connor wearing Aggie blue, but he's not coming. So I'm gonna trust Scott Barnes (who has never let me down before), Stew Morrill, and just about every other person I've talked to who is close with the basketball program and gives high praises to Duryea.
Completely serious. He's going off to elite 8 games and has his foot out the door to leave USU while having a prolonged hiring process to go with someone that was right there all along. He did great things for USU, I never said he didn't. But he quit on us. He appears to have been more concerned with the NCAA and his next stop than he was getting the best man for the job to come to Logan. So we settled because of what appears to be a lack of due diligence.


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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by USUBlue » March 29th, 2015, 5:44 pm

bleu wrote:
Imakeitrain wrote:Scott Barnes absolutely quit on us.
If this is a serious post, I don't think I've ever seen such BS during my 4 years reading and posting on this board. How can someone who is a true Aggie fan, through thick and thin, look at the Athletics Director who has done more for this department than any other administrator in the history of the University, and say he's just mailing it in because you're not happy with the hire (also based on speculation that he is even going to leave in the first place). What a pathetic perspective. Scott is just sending a huge "screw you" to the school he's dedicated the last 10 years of his life to, and built his legacy with. Duryea may not be the popular choice among fans because naturally we want something new and exciting. I'm part of the group of fans who would love to see Connor wearing Aggie blue, but he's not coming. So I'm gonna trust Scott Barnes (who has never let me down before), Stew Morrill, and just about every other person I've talked to who is close with the basketball program and gives high praises to Duryea.
This is the same crap that happened when Dave Arslanian was hired to replace John L -- simply a joke back then and a joke today. I guess after 3 years of Duryea not getting to the NCAA tournament (Top 3), he'll have to be fired which will be ugly. What a wasted process Barnes engaged in.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by TheOpportunity » March 29th, 2015, 5:46 pm

My goodness this board can be unbearable.

I think Duryea can and will be a great head coach. Just because he is coming from the same coaching staff doesn't mean it will be exactly the same. Duryea will bring his own personality, style, etc to the team. He's paid his dues and deserves the shot. Former players all love and endorse him. Way to write the guy off before even giving him his well-deserved opportunity.



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Re: Duryea

Post by USUBlue » March 29th, 2015, 5:47 pm

frankiedoeshollywood wrote:
USUBlue wrote:I would have picked Jones over Duryea -- at least Jones has an energy level to get behind. I will not support Duryea unless he finishes Top 3 in the MWC and then I hope his contract is very short so we can replace him quickly. We will never be Top 3 and get to the NCAA with Duryea -- complete failure by Barnes
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Don't worry Frankie -- the Spectrum is going to look like a morgue, lots of people will be home, until Duryea fails and then in about 4 years -- maybe USU can rebuild. What a waste.



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Re: Duryea

Post by ChowderAggie » March 29th, 2015, 5:48 pm

utaggies wrote:
hipsterdoofus21 wrote:I like Duryea fine and I appreciate what he's done for USU basketball, but the program had a great opportunity to capitalize on the situation and revive the program. Hiring someone from the existing staff is not going to ignite the fanbase. New blood, new recruiting, and fresh faces were needed to generate some buzz. This just looks like we couldn't find anyone else after conducting a nationwide search, and couldn't look worse for us. The school would've been better off announcing Duryea as the successor back in January than parading out our grand search plans and settling back on the guy wedged next to Stew.
^ this. The sucking noise you just heard is the excitement and enthusiasm of most Aggie fans leaving the room. Same 'ol, same 'ol. Duryea may be a nice guy, but so is Roger Reed and I wouldn't take him as a HC for my grandson's junior Jazz team. I couldn't be less pleased about this unless it was for Rod Tueller to come back.
How is this not exciting? We do a national search to find the best coach to move our program forward and he was sitting next to Stew all along. What are the odds?



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Re: Duryea

Post by NVAggie » March 29th, 2015, 5:48 pm

I guess it means there will be great seats available.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by jackmormon » March 29th, 2015, 5:48 pm

Everyone loves Stew. Duryea has been his #1 assistant for the better part of a decade. While not the sexiest of hires, if true, there, are several former players who credit much of Stew's success to him.

It's obvious that there are a bunch of folks here whose pussies are hurting right now, but if it turns out that Duryea is the guy, give him a freaking chance, instead of throwing a (I can't express myself without swearing) fit like a bunch of spoiled little b!tches.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by BleedAggieBlue0 » March 29th, 2015, 5:48 pm

bleu wrote:
JonnyCienPesos wrote:
2004AG wrote:
treesap32 wrote:I can't imagine he'll get a new staff. I expect to see Jones and Felton on the bench. He'll just have to bring in one assistant to replace himself I guess... *sigh*
I'm almost speechless by the stupidity of hiring Dureya and keeping the current staff. This is a fail by epic proportions. I love Stew but I was looking forward to new blood and new energy, if nothing else. I'm shocked.


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Because he's not the popular choice on USUfans.com, a website full of college basketball masterminds! DUH!
Hahaha he also wasn't the popular choice amongst his own basketball players!! Spoke with 2 players this week who said they didn't want him. They were surprisingly open about it. Said lots of the guys don't get along with him.

That's okay tho, they'll learn to adjust.



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Re: Duryea

Post by USUBlue » March 29th, 2015, 5:49 pm

I think Duryea's new name should be David Arslanian Duryea.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by Imakeitrain » March 29th, 2015, 5:49 pm

JonnyCienPesos wrote:
2004AG wrote:
treesap32 wrote:I can't imagine he'll get a new staff. I expect to see Jones and Felton on the bench. He'll just have to bring in one assistant to replace himself I guess... *sigh*
I'm almost speechless by the stupidity of hiring Dureya and keeping the current staff. This is a fail by epic proportions. I love Stew but I was looking forward to new blood and new energy, if nothing else. I'm shocked.


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The only metric that counts is not having been to the NCAA tourney since 2011 and only winning in it once- ever. Another reason to think this was a bad choice is the lack of excitement in the Spectrum. I don't argue he isn't good at basketball, but when the team isn't playing well for 4 years in a row, you need to make organizational changes.


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Re: Duryea

Post by AgMac » March 29th, 2015, 5:49 pm

hipsterdoofus21 wrote:I like Duryea fine and I appreciate what he's done for USU basketball, but the program had a great opportunity to capitalize on the situation and revive the program. Hiring someone from the existing staff is not going to ignite the fanbase. New blood, new recruiting, and fresh faces were needed to generate some buzz. This just looks like we couldn't find anyone else after conducting a nationwide search, and couldn't look worse for us. The school would've been better off announcing Duryea as the successor back in January than parading out our grand search plans and settling back on the guy wedged next to Stew.
Spot on. I am much more of an Aggie fanatic than most of our fanbase. And this post sums up my feelings exactly.



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Post by 3rdGenAggie » March 29th, 2015, 5:52 pm

USUBlue wrote:I would have picked Jones over Duryea -- at least Jones has an energy level to get behind. I will not support Duryea unless he finishes Top 3 in the MWC and then I hope his contract is very short so we can replace him quickly. We will never be Top 3 and get to the NCAA with Duryea -- complete failure by Barnes
Might I ask you for a quick favor? Look into your crystal ball and PM me the outcome of next year's NCAA tournament. $1000 on a 67 game parlay would pay out handsomely.


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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by USUBlue » March 29th, 2015, 5:53 pm

TheOpportunity wrote:My goodness this board can be unbearable.

I think Duryea can and will be a great head coach. Just because he is coming from the same coaching staff doesn't mean it will be exactly the same. Duryea will bring his own personality, style, etc to the team. He's paid his dues and deserves the shot. Former players all love and endorse him. Way to write the guy off before even giving him his well-deserved opportunity.
That's the problem Duryea has No personality -- he is "coach speak" perfected. Boring on the bench, boring in interviews, and boring to his players. In the last week, I've spoken to 2 players -- they don't want Duryea (even though he asked for them to support him to Barnes). Both said Jones would be a better head coach.

Duryea will never make USU a Top 3 program in the MWC -- average recruiter at best.



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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by ChicagoAggie » March 29th, 2015, 5:54 pm

whiteboykevin wrote:I think the simple fact that we have not done anything in years and we pick someone from that staff to take over, makes fans like me a little disaapointed.

I am hopefully wrong but just can't stand the slow pace, "look at the big card" offense. No one enjoys watching that or playing in that kind of offense that is so micromanaged. Hopefully Duryea brings some changes in that aspect.
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Re: Duryea

Post by FeartheFro » March 29th, 2015, 5:55 pm

Thanks to USU Blue I am now a huge TD supporter. He has no freaking idea how he will do. Not thrilled with the hire , but far from declaring the program dead for four years.



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Re: Duryea

Post by OKAggie » March 29th, 2015, 5:56 pm

AgMac wrote:
hipsterdoofus21 wrote:I like Duryea fine and I appreciate what he's done for USU basketball, but the program had a great opportunity to capitalize on the situation and revive the program. Hiring someone from the existing staff is not going to ignite the fanbase. New blood, new recruiting, and fresh faces were needed to generate some buzz. This just looks like we couldn't find anyone else after conducting a nationwide search, and couldn't look worse for us. The school would've been better off announcing Duryea as the successor back in January than parading out our grand search plans and settling back on the guy wedged next to Stew.
Spot on. I am much more of an Aggie fanatic than most of our fanbase. And this post sums up my feelings exactly.
With you, with a caveat: if we'd landed Brad Underwood or Tommy Connor and started next season off like we did this one, the "buzz" would fade in a hurry. And if Duryea manages to build on a surprisingly good season with some early wins next year, we won't spend much time worrying about who we didn't get. Fans are fickle, and Aggie fans no less than anyone else.


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Re: Espn says its Duryea

Post by ChowderAggie » March 29th, 2015, 6:01 pm

BleedAggieBlue0 wrote:
bleu wrote:
JonnyCienPesos wrote:
2004AG wrote:
treesap32 wrote:I can't imagine he'll get a new staff. I expect to see Jones and Felton on the bench. He'll just have to bring in one assistant to replace himself I guess... *sigh*
I'm almost speechless by the stupidity of hiring Dureya and keeping the current staff. This is a fail by epic proportions. I love Stew but I was looking forward to new blood and new energy, if nothing else. I'm shocked.


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Because he's not the popular choice on USUfans.com, a website full of college basketball masterminds! DUH!
Hahaha he also wasn't the popular choice amongst his own basketball players!! Spoke with 2 players this week who said they didn't want him. They were surprisingly open about it. Said lots of the guys don't get along with him.

That's okay tho, they'll learn to adjust.
Or they can just leave like other players did last year.

Also, I can remember people complaining when Dennehy was hired. Talk about fair weather, whiney fans. Some never gave him a chance.

Who cares if fair weather fans stop supporting the team.



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