- May 3, 2012
It is never "one" with the twins. Great talent(for one of them, the other is okay) but I know people related to people that played with them two different places(Maryland and at Montverde) and neither lost any sleep over them leaving. I wish them well in life and hope it works out for them but between what I have heard about them and what I have seen with Cox, I find it hard to believe there will be a happy ending.Didn’t one or both of them quit Maryland during the season?
You have the most cogent, well organized objectively wrong posts. If Rhoades is competing with the likes of Mooney, Paulsen, Ford, McCall, Schmidt, and the likes, then he won't need to make another tournament this decade since he's already lapping them.We had a nice 11-year (2007-2017) Grant/Smart/Wade window (winning era)..........9 NCAA bids, 9 NCAA tourney wins. Impressive for anyone, but particularly for a non-P6.
The competition, however, has caught up. The landscape has changed. Other A-10 teams hired well. SEC hired really well and now gets more annual bids. AAC is deeper.
Rhoades and company are now competing with Dambrot, Ford, Grant, Mooney, McKillop, Schmidt, Paulsen, Cox, McCall, and Christian.
They’re also realistically competing with Kelvin Samson, Penny Hardaway, Randy Bennett, Gregg Marshall, John Brannen, Johnny Dawkins, Frank Haith, etc.
We were the non-P6 “bell of the ball” 2012-2017 along with Gonzaga, Wichita St, and Cincy.
Seems so long ago......
Rothstein keeps plugging along. Good luck with those OOC games
Yeah but we are picked 10th...