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Post by DoubleDipper on Tue Apr 10, 2012 1:49 pm

UPDATE - About 100 names added to the list that was posted two weeks ago. Total D-1 players on the transfer list is now over 300!

(Schools in lower case letters following the player's name and the school transferring from, means that/those schools are being strongly considered. Schools in all caps means the player has committed to that school).

From CBS Sports:
2012 TRANSFER LIST
Karon Abraham, 5-9, G, RS Soph., Robert Morris
Will Adams, 6-4, G, Fr., Towson
Pete Aguilar, 6-2, G, Fr., Long Island
Peter Alexis, 6-11, C, Fr., Penn State - Philly University
James Anacreon, 6-7, F, Jr., Wichita State
Decarlos Anderson, 6-2, G, Fr., Manhattan
Tor Anderson 6-2, G, RS Fr., Montana State
Raymone Andrews, 6-2, G, Jr., Louisiana-Lafayette
Chip Armelin, 6-3, G, Soph., Minnesota
Brandon Bailey, 6-8, F, Fr., Howard
Ryan Baker, 6-5, G, Jr., Hartford
John Balwigaire, 6-1, SG, Jr., Wright State
Shaquil Barber, 6-2, SG, Soph., South Carolina State
David Baroum, 6-8, C, Jr., Bethune Cookman
Kelsey Barlow, 6-5, SG, Jr., Purdue
Stian Berg, 6-2, G, Fr., Northern Illinois (walk-on)
Gil Biruta, 6-8, F, Soph., Rutgers - Rhode Island
Kauri Black, 6-7, F, Jr., Northeastern (will graduate)
Perris Blackwell, 6-9, F, Jr., San Francisco
Carl Blair, 6-2, G, Jr., Oklahoma
Trey Blue, 6-2, G, Jr., Illinois State (will graduate and have one left)
Lonnie Boga, 6-3, G, Jr., Milwaukee
Robert Boyd, 6-3, G, Soph., Lipscomb
Marcus Bradley, 6-5, F, Fr., UC Irvine
Kinley Branch, 6-6, F, Soph., Arkansas State
Jamar Briscoe, 5-10, G, Jr., Charlotte
John Brisco, 5-11, G, Fr., Northwestern State
Denzel Brito, 6-1, G, Soph., Loyola-Chicago - Bryant
Jerome Brown, 6-4, G, Jr., Illinois-Chicago
Mike Brown, 6-2, G, Fr., Weber State
Will Brown, 6-9, F, Jr., McNeese
Carlton Brundidge, 6-1, G, Fr., Michigan
Santoine Butler, 6-7, F, Soph., Gardner-Webb
Kyle Cain, 6-6, F, Arizona State - UNC Greensboro, South Florida
Chad Calcaterra, 6-10, C/PF, RS Fr., Colorado State
D'Von Campbell, 6-0, G, Fr., UTEP
Jeremy Canty, 6-1, G, Fr., Morgan State
James Carlton, 6-7, F, Soph., College of Charleston
Alex Carr, 6-2, G, Fr., Louisiana Tech
David Chadwick, 6-9, F, Soph., Rice
Allan Chaney, 6-9, F, Jr., Virginia Tech
Tony Chennault, 6-2, PG, Soph., Wake Forest - Villanova, St. Joe's, Drexel
Colton Christian, 6-6, F, Soph., Michigan
Bryce Clark, 6-7, F, Jr., Arkansas State
Dustin Clarke, 6-4, G, Fr., Hartford
Gerard Coleman, 6-4, SG, Soph., Providence
Corey Copeland, 6-3, SG, Soph, Missouri State - ARKANSAS-FT. SMITH
Justin Coleman, 6-5, SG, Fr., Marshall
Tyrell Corbin, 6-0, G, Fr., UC Davis
Jarrell Crayton, 6-7, F, F, Jr., Boise State
Chanse Creekmur, 6-5, SG, Soph., Arizona State
Bryant Crowder, 6-10, F, Jr., Hofstra - JACKSON STATE
Jason Cuffee, 6-4, SG, Fr., Wright State
Jordan Cyphers, 6-4, G, Jr., Tennessee State (will graduate)
Xavier Dade, 6-0, G, Fr., Texas State (walk-on)
Steven Dandridge, 6-8, F, Soph., Grambling State
Javon Dawson, 6-6, F, RS Soph., Utah (can play ASAP)
Carson Desrosiers, 7-0, PF, Soph., Wake Forest - Providence, Vanderbilt, Oregon State
Tyler Diehl, 6-0, SG, Soph., Presbyterian
Bilal Dixon, 6-9, C, Jr., Providence
Tim Douglas, 5-10, G, Soph., Portland
Alex Dragicevich, 6-7, SG, Soph., Notre Dame
Jeff Drew, 6-8, F, Fr., Morehead State
Justin Drummond, 6-4, G, Soph., Loyola (Md.)
Dominique Dunning, 6-2, G, Fr., New Mexico
Koang Duolony, 6-8, F, Jr., Indiana State (will graduate and have one left)
Harrison DuPont, 6-5, G, Soph., UC Davis
Adam Eakles, 6-8, F, Soph., Pacific
Ramon Eaton, 6-7, F, Fr., Pepperdine
Justin “Richie” Edwards, 6-7, F, Jr., Valparaiso
Travis Elliott, 6-8, PF, Soph., High Point
Dylan Ennis, 6-2, G, Fr., Rice
Isaiah Epps, 6-2, G, RS Fr., Pittsburgh
R.J. Evans, 6-3, G, Sr., Holy Cross - wants to go to grad school; can play ASAP
Dijon Farr, 6-6, F, Jr., Utah
Dionte Ferguson, 6-7, F, Soph., Morehead State
Anthony Fields, 6-0, G, Fr., Wake Forest
Jamel Fields, 6-1, G, Soph., Fairfield
Taylor Filipek, 6-6, F, Soph., Eastern Kentucky
Grant Florentinos, 6-10, F, Fr., Tulane
Cameron Forte, 6-6 F, Fr., Texas Tech
Sam Francis, 6-3, G, Fr., South Dakota State
Tony Freeland, 6-7, F, Jr., DePaul - LONG BEACH STATE
Garrett Frick, 6-7, F, Fr., NJIT
Lamin Fulton, 5-9, G, Fr., St. Peter's
Darius Gardner, 5-9, G, Sop., Stephen F. Austin
David Gebru, 6-10, C, Soph., Western Illinois - likely go D-2 since redshirt due to injury
Sterling Gibbs, 6-1, G, Fr., Texas
Alex Giergen, 6-7, F, Fr., Towson
Anthony Gill, 6-8, F, Fr., South Carolina
Terrance Gilleylen, 6-5, F, Fr., South Carolina State
Ron Giplaye, 6-6, PF, Soph., Providence
Brandon Glanz, 6-6, F, Fr., Idaho State
Matt Glover, 6-4, G, Soph., Penn State
TyQuane Goard, 6-7, F, Fr., Ohio - DELAWARE
Derrick Gordon, 6-2, G, Fr., Western Kentucky
Tyree Graham, 6-1, G, Jr., Rutgers - UNC Wilmington
Kadeem Green, 6-8, F, RS Fr., Missouri - OHIO UNIVERSITY
Van Green, 6-3, G, Soph., Columbia
Omari Grier, 6-4, G, Fr., Florida Atlantic
Dan Guest, 6-2, G, Soph., George Washington
Daylon "Chuckie" Guy, 5-10, G, Soph., Arkansas Little Rock
Bryan Hammond, 6-1, G, RS Soph., Nicholls State
Charles Hankerson, 6-4, G, Soph., Alabama
Hector Harold, 6-7, F, Soph., Pepperdine
KT Harrell, 6-4, G, Soph., Virginia - AUBURN
Alandise Harris, 6-6, F, Soph., Houston
Martez Harris, 6-3, G, Fr., Tennessee Martin
Herb Harrison, 6-8, F, Fr., UAB
Aaron Hawk-Harris, 6-4, SG, Jr., Northern Colorado - one year left
Brandon Herman, 6-1, G, Fr., Robert Morris
Danny Herrera, 6-4, F, Fr., Duquesne
Clayton Heuer, 6-9, F, Soph., Green Bay
Naji Hibbert, 6-5, SG, Jr., Texas A&M
Nate Hicks, 6-10, C, Soph., Georgia Tech
Jack Hill, 6-8, F, Jr., St. Peter's
Chris Hines, 6-1, G, Jr., Utah - one year left
Dustin Hobaugh, G, Fr., Houston Baptist
Devon Hodges, 6-7, PF, Fr., Bradley
Ishmeal Hollis, 6-8, F, Soph., Western Carolina
Dante Holmes, 6-3, G, Fr., Florida Gulf Coast
Rodney Hood, 6-7, F, Fr., Mississippi State
Max Hooper, 6-6, SG, Fr., Harvard - St. John's, Oakland
Roger Hubbard, 6-0, G, Fr., Mississippi Valley State
Matt Humphrey, 6-5, G, Jr., Boston College (will graduate)
Alex Jackson, 6-5, F, Soph., Quinnipiac
Garrett Jackson, 6-6, F, Soph., USC - St. Mary's
Jeremiah Jackson, 6-5, F, Fr., Northern Illinois (walk-on)
Nick Jackson, 6-4, SG, Soph., Dartmouth
Patrick Jackson, 6-6, F, Jr., Kent State (will graduate)
Demetrice Jacobs, 6-3, G, Jr., Northwestern State
Ra'shad James. 6-1, G, Jr., Iona
Earl Jefferson, 6-5, F, Jr., UT Pan American
Allen Jiles, 6-4, SG-SF, Soph., Cal State Northridge
Avery Johnson, 6-2, G, Soph., San Francisco
Robert "Scooter" Johnson, 6-6, F, Soph., Kent State
Stefon Johnson, 6-6, F, Jr., Gardner-Webb
Terry Johnson, 6-0, G, Soph., Green Bay
Adam Jones, 6-7, F, Fr., Fairfield
Deon Jones, 6-5, SF, Fr., Towson
Jamal Jones, 6-2, G, Fr., Mississippi - INDIAN HILLS
Marques Jones, 5-10, G, Fr., NJIT
Terence Jones, 6-2, G, Jr., Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (will graduate) - Penn State, Tennessee Tech, DePaul, San Francisco
Terrance Bobb-Jones, 6-4, G, Fr., Quinnipiac
Chim Kadima, 6-4, G, Soph., Loyola-Chicago
Mathis Keita, 6-5, SG-SF, Soph., Gonzaga
Jonathan KIng, 6-6, F, Jr., Stephen F. Austin
Keala King, G, Soph., Arizona State – LONG BEACH STATE
Jordan Kirschke, 5-11, G, Jr., Texas State (graduating)
Aru Kok, 6-10, F, Soph., USC Upstate
Willy Kouassi, 6-10, C, Fr., Auburn
Mike Kurtz, 7-0, PF, Soph., UC Davis
Brendan Lane, 6-9, PF, Jr., UCLA (one year left and can play ASAP) - Pacific
Ali Langford, 6-6, F, Jr., Niagara
Jordan Lee, 6-4, G, Jr., Coppin State
Trey Lewis, 6-1, G, Fr., Penn State
Nuri Lindsey, 6-3, G, Jr., St. John's – RIDER
Elliott Lloyd, 6-2, G, Jr., Northern Colorado - one year left and can play ASAP
Trent Lockett, 6-4, SG, Jr., Arizona State - may return to ASU
Matt Lopez, 7-0, C, RS Fr., La Salle – UTAH STATE
JeVon Lyle, 6-2, G, Fr., Northern Iowa
Tre Lynch, 6-0, G, Jr., Lamar
Nick Mabbutt, 6-10, C, Jr., South Dakota
Cody Mann, 6-0, G, Fr., Colorado State
Tyrone Marshall, 6-8, F, Fr., Wyoming
Aaron Martin, 6-3, SG, Jr., South Carolina State
Xavier Martin, 5-10, PG, Soph., High Point
Nick Martineau, 6-0, G, Jr., BYU (will graduate)
George Matthews, 6-6, SF, Fr., Utah
Rundell Mauge, 7-1, C, Jr., Pacific
Raymoan McAfee, 6-7, F, Soph., Bethune Cookman
Austin McBroom, 6-0, G, Fr., Central Michigan
Ja'Rob McCallum, 6-0, G, Jr., Milwaukee
Reco McCarter, 6-7, F, Fr., VCU
T.J. McConnell, 6-1, PG, Soph., Duquesne - Arizona, Virginia
Tommie McCune, 6-8, F, Fr., West Virginia
Jeremy McDonald, 6-7, F, Fr., Western Illinois
Ryan McKeaney, 6-9, F, Soph., Vermont
Griffin McKenzie, 6-9, F, Soph., Xavier
Alfonso McKinnie, 6-7, F, Soph., Eastern Illinois
Kelvin McNeil, 6-7, F, JR, Delaware -- will graduate and play ASAP for senior
Mark Medley, 6-3, G, Rider
Bobby Miles, 6-1, G, Soph., Hawaii
Joey Miller, 6-3, G, Fr., Eastern Illinois
Zach Miller, 5-8, PG, Fr., Northern Illinois
Ben Mills, 7-0, C, Soph., Colorado
Nayquann Mitchell, 6-8, F, Jr., Old Dominion
Tony Mitchell, 6-6, F, Jr., Alabama
Zach Monaghan, 6-2, G, Fr., South Dakota State
Alexis Moore, 6-2, PG, Fr., USC
Josiah Moore, 6-6, G, Fr., Nebraska
Darius Morales, 6-8, F, RS Soph., East Carolina
Donte Morales, 6-5, F, Soph., UNC Wilmington
Bernard Morena, 6-8, F, Fr., Auburn
Jayme Moten, 5-11, PG, Fr., UT Pan American - MANKATO STATE
Khalil Murphy, 6-7, F, Fr., San Francisco
Emerson Murray, 6-3, G, Soph., California
Jaron Nash, 6-8, F, Soph., Texas Tech
Jeff Neal, 6-7, PF, Sr., Florida A&M (will graduate and have one)
Dundrecous Nelson, 5-11, G, Soph., Mississippi - JACKSON STATE
Jabs Newby, 6-2, G, Soph., Eastern Kentucky
Julysses Nobles, 6-1, G, Jr., Arkansas
Ike Nwamu, 6-4, G, Fr., Cleveland State
Anthony Odunsi, 6-3, G, Fr., Utah
Charles Oliver, 6-2, G, Fr., Rider
Osman Olol, 6-9, F, Jr., Coppin State
Robinson Odoch Opung, 6-3, G, Soph., Long Island
Alex Oriakhi, 6-9, C, Jr., UConn - Missouri, Kentucky, Xavier, North Carolina, Duke, N.C. State
Magd Owayed, 6-7, F, Fr., Sacramento State
Samer Ozeir, 6-8, F, Fr., Columbia
Richaud Pack, 6-4, SG, Soph., Florida International
D'End Parker, 6-6, G, Fr., UCLA - SAN FRANCISCO
Mychal Parker, 6-5, G, Soph., Maryland
Tyshawn Patterson, 6-0, G, Jr., Stetson
Jordan Payton, 6-5, SG-SF, Jr., UMKC - 2 years left
Nate Perry, 6-2, G, Soph., Youngstown State
Chene Phillips, 6-2, G, Soph., Liberty
Ryan Pierson, 6-8, F/C, Soph., Northeastern
Mat Piotrowski, 7-1, C, Fr., Boston University
Igor Premasunac, 6-8, F, Jr., Utah State
Alex Pritchett, 6-7, PF, RS Fr., Wright State
Aqeel Quinn, 6-4, G, Soph., Cal State Northridge
Pete Rakocevic, 6-11, C, Soph., Sacramento State
Justin Raffington, 6-9, C, Soph., San Francisco
Jordan Railey, 6-10, C, Soph., Iowa State
Kyle Randall, 6-0, PG, Jr., UNC Greensboro (will graduate and have one)
Shawn Reid, 6-5, F, Soph., Montana State
Jarelle Reischel, 6-6, F, Fr., Rice
Reggie Revels, 6-4, G, Jr., Norfolk State
Glen Rice Jr., 6-5, G, Jr., Georgia Tech
Rayvonte Rice, 6-4, G, Soph., Drake - Illinois, Kansas State, Va, USC, Xavier, Nebraska, Missouri
Chris Richardson, 6-0, G, Soph., Tennessee Martin
Domas Rinksalis, 6-9, F, Jr., Wofford (graduate and play ASAP)
Rob Robinson, 6-5, G, Fr., Illinois-Chicago
Troy Robinson, 6-6, SG-SF, Fr., Bryant
Donovan Ross, 6-7, F, Fr., Southeastern Louisiana
Alex Rossi, 6-6, SG, RS Fr., California
Lamont Samuell, 6-4, G, Soph., Fordham
Jordan Scott, 6-1, G, Soph., College of Charleston
Keith Shamburger, 6-1, G, Soph., San Jose State
Shannon Sharpe, 6-1, G, Soph., Colorado
K.J. Sherrill, 6-7, F, Jr., Charlotte
Kyle Sikora, 7-0, C, RS Fr., Oakland
K.K. Simmons, 6-2, G, Fr., UNC Wilmington
Wayne Simon, 6-0, G, Soph., American
Tavon Sledge, 5-9, PG, Fr., Iowa State - IONA
Adam Smith, 6-1, G, Fr., UNC Wilmington
Barry Smith, 6-6, SF, Soph., Citadel
Demarious (DD) Smith, 6-3, F, RS Fr., Lipscomb
David Smith, 6-4, G, Soph., Drake
Deville Smith, 5-11, G, Fr., Mississippi State
Lonnie Smith, 6-5, G, Soph., Louisiana Tech
Evan Smotrycz, 6-9, F, Soph., Michigan - Maryland, Baylor, Xavier, Colorado, Clemson, Providence, Kansas State
Kyle Smythe, 6-4, G Jr., Iona (will graduate)
Matt Stainbrook, 6-9, C, Soph., Western Michigan
Charles Standifer, 6-4, SF, Sop., San Francisco
Adam Sterrenberg, 6-3, G, Jr., Arkansas State
Darrius Stevens, 6-6, F, Fr., Columbia
Donivine Stewart, 5-11, G, Fr., Bradley - SIU-EDWARDSVILLE
Malik Stith, 5-11, PG, Jr., St. John's
Kareem Story, 5-10, G, Fr., Utah
Brandon Stubbs, 6-2, PG, Soph., Iowa (walk-on)
Jared Swopshire, 6-8, F, Jr., Louisville
Chris Talkington, 6-6, SG-SF, Soph., Nicholls State
Mike Talley, 5-11, G, Soph., Duquesne
Mike Terry, 6-1, G, Soph., Boston University
Chandler Thomas, 6-6, F, UMBC
Cleveland Thomas, 6-4, SG, Jr., Louisiana-Lafayette
Corbin Thomas, 6-6, F, Jr., Missouri State
J.J. Thomas, 6-5, F, Soph., Louisiana-Lafayette
Aaron Thompson, 6-9, C, Jr., Sam Houston
J.T. Thompson, 6-7, F, Sr., Virginia Tech (will try and get a sixth year) - Charlotte
Adam Thoseby, 6-4, G, Fr., Utah State
Alex Tiffin, 6-9, PF, Soph., UC Davis
Greg Travis, 6-0, G, Fr., Illinois-Chicago
Emmanuel Tselentakis, 6-4, G, Fr., Saint Louis
Nick Turner, 6-3, G, Soph., Kennesaw
Isiah Umipig, 6-1, G, Soph., Cal State Fullerton
Kirk Van Slyke, 6-9, F, Jr., Houston
Hrvoje Vucic, 7-1, C, Soph., Valparaiso
J.C. Ward, 6-6, PF, RS Jr., East Tennessee State
Curtis Washington, 6-10, F, Soph., USC
Darren Washington, 6-9, F, Fr., Robert Morris
Wes Washpun, 6-0, G, Fr., Tennessee - Northern Iowa, Creighton
Bernard Webb, 6-9, C, Jr., Cal State Fullerton - WESTERN STATE
Judd Welfringer, 6-5, G, Fr., Drake
Charles White, 6-1, G, Jr., Hartford (will graduate)
Devon White, 6-8, F, Jr., La Salle (will graduate)
Kore White, 6-8, F, Jr., Florida Atlantic (will graduate)
Drew Wiley, 6-7, G, Jr., Boise State
Marvin Williams, 6-8, F, Fr., Lipscomb
Michael Williams, 6-0, G, Jr., San Francisco
Pierson Williams, 6-3, G, Soph., Loyola (Md.)
Lukas Winegamer, 6-9, F, Soph., Radford
Greg Womack, 6-4, G, Soph., Maryland-Eastern Shore
Kymon Woods, 6-4, G, RS Fr., Mercer
Mitch Woods, 6-3, G, Soph., Appalachian State
Renaldo Woolridge, 6-9, F, Sr., Tennessee – one year left, can play immediately - USC, Pepperdine, UNLV
Ryan Woumn, 6-1, PG, RS Fr., East Tennessee State
Mike Yahnke, 6-6, PF, Fr., Texas Pan American - CONCORDIA
Trey Zeigler, 6-5, SG, Soph., Central Michigan - PITTSBURGH
Malte Ziegenhagen, 6-4, G, Fr., Tulane
Cale Zuiker, 6-8, PF, Fr., Youngstown State

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Tue Apr 10, 2012 9:45 pm

DoubleDipper wrote:The opening at Colorado State is probably the biggest opening now. I’ve heard former GU coach, and current LBSU coach Don Monson is being courted by CSU, but he’s learned his lesson about thinking the grass may be greener elsewhere.
Looks like former St. Mary's coach and Duck player and Coach Ernie Kent will be taking the Colorado State job. He's a fun guy and a really good recruiter of talent; not sure about his ability to recruit the student half of student/athlete.......

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Post by Geezaldinho on Tue Apr 10, 2012 10:15 pm

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DoubleDipper wrote:He's a fun guy and a really good recruiter of talent; not sure about his ability to recruit the student half of student/athlete.......

He wasn't too bad at Saint Mary's in that regard, and his Early years with the Ducks were actually very good, but his last two years were pretty dismal. Based on them, the ducks would be joining UCONN on the sidelines next year


Coach  Ernie Kent
Sport  Men's Basketball

2003-04 980
2004-05 991
2005-06 950
2006-07 980
2007-08 979
2008-09 870
2009-10 912


The average team APR in basketball is 945.

Lower than 930 over two years will render you inelligible to compete in the tournament.

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by up7587 on Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:37 pm

DoubleDipper wrote:
DoubleDipper wrote:The opening at Colorado State is probably the biggest opening now. I’ve heard former GU coach, and current LBSU coach Don Monson is being courted by CSU, but he’s learned his lesson about thinking the grass may be greener elsewhere.
Looks like former St. Mary's coach and Duck player and Coach Ernie Kent will be taking the Colorado State job. He's a fun guy and a really good recruiter of talent; not sure about his ability to recruit the student half of student/athlete.......

Well, looks like this is not happening: Ernie Kent

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:07 pm

From CBSSports:
Colorado State's plan to hire Ernie Kent has been blocked by a high-ranking administrator and the school's coaching search is now back on, a source told CBSSports.com on Wednesday.

"It was done and somebody vetoed it," a source said. "Now Ernie is out."

CBSSports.com reported late Tuesday that Colorado State and Kent had reached a deal in principle, after which Coloradoan.com reported that a source at the school told it Kent had been hired, too.

But a source told CBSSports.com on Wednesday that an administrator stepped in late and essentially blocked Kent's hire from happening "for some reason," and that Southern Miss coach Larry Eustachy is back involved and considered the leading candidate.
So, now our esteemed NCAA D-1 schools are backing off coaches as well as players.

Probably best to give the school the benefit of the doubt, but it shows how BIG BUSINESS D-1 sports has become!

Now we can again begin that discussion of paying athletes a stipend to play. What is the status of that; is it a done deal and in place?

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Post by Geezaldinho on Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:31 pm

[quote="DoubleDipper"]From CBSSports:


Now we can again begin that discussion of paying athletes a stipend to play. What is the status of that; is it a done deal and in place?

Was a go — now on hold pending further revue, along with four year Scholarship offers.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:06 pm

PurpleGeezer wrote:Was a go — now on hold pending further revue, along with four year Scholarship offers.
You know, that is just crap! It's about time the NCAA supported the athlete side of student/athlete -- the kids make millions every year for the NCAA. I'm sure Admiral Farragut would say, **"Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!" to stipends for the ones who bring in the huge TV contracts and endorsement deals.



Yes, you're correct, that is NOT Admiral Farragut's ship, the USS Hartford. Although the battle ship depicted may now be outdated, it had a hell of lot more fire-power than the admiral had during the Battle of Mobile Bay. In that battle, in which a number of vessels were sunk by tethered mines, the bulk of his Union fleet finally entered the bay and took the last Confederate controlled port in the Gulf of Mexico -- August 5, 1864.

** the admiral actually said, "Damn the torpedoes! Four bells." (But that lesson is for another day).

Do they teach this stuff in school anymore? study

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by Geezaldinho on Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:32 pm

I went to the college where the Civil War Institute is located.

What he actually is reported to have had his signalers flag was is " go ahead" followed sometime later by a shout of " Damn the torpedoes".

There may have been some confusion with that, as the signal was sent by Army wig-wag, and all the Army dudes were prudently hiding below deck. There were no Navy semaphore folks on board the other ships.

Congress gave John Farragut ( or David, if you prefer) $50k for the capture of Mobile. That was a fortune then.
I wonder if Swartzkoff got any bonus for Bagdad?

And why, at the very moment that all the guns of formidable Fort Morgan were bearing down on him, would he care that the ship was halfway through a watch? I would have imagined that would be irrelevant when you are at battle stations....

Oh yeah. The only ship lost to mines as a result of the action was the Union monitor Tecumseh, which due to the fact it was heavily armored and had no watertight bulkheads, went down in 25 seconds.

And that was before either the signal or the shout.

And it is probable that the band on the Titanic did NOT play "nearer my god to thee" as it's final song. The tune was most likely "Autumn".


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Post by DoubleDipper on Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:55 pm

PurpleGeezer wrote:I went to the college where the Civil War Institute is located.
Um, do you mean the highly selective four year university in PA, or the other one in DC that was chartered by Congress? Laughing

I went to the university that STILL doesn't have an athletic director! Embarassed

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Post by Geezaldinho on Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:21 pm

DoubleDipper wrote:
PurpleGeezer wrote:I went to the college where the Civil War Institute is located.
Um, do you mean the highly selective four year university in PA, or the other one in DC that was chartered by Congress? Laughing

I went to the university that STILL doesn't have an athletic director! Embarassed

The one in PA that gives out the Shaara award and counts Bill Frassanito as an alumnus ( my classmate and a damn good soccer player)
http://www.gettysburgdaily.com/?p=8840
and also counts Dwight Eisenhower as a former trustee and is also the home of the Eisenhower institute. The other civil war institute is an impostor.
( oh yeah, Ron Paul is an alumn Embarassed Give HIM credit for being a good track star.)

As to how selective it is, I'll remind you they accepted me.

I understand Paul Allen is helping out with the AD search.


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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by up7587 on Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:54 pm

PurpleGeezer wrote:I understand Paul Allen is helping out with the AD search.

Arizona State just hired Steve Patterson. Maybe Rich Cho is available?

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Tue Apr 24, 2012 8:45 am

upsailor wrote:Railey/Bailey mayget the atteentio of PSU as they feast on transfers, etc. and of course like the fiesty ones.
Upsailor was correct, Iowa State's Railey is heading to the NW, but instead of PSU, it looks like it will be WSU!

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Post by up7587 on Tue Apr 24, 2012 8:54 am

DoubleDipper wrote:
upsailor wrote:Railey/Bailey mayget the atteentio of PSU as they feast on transfers, etc. and of course like the fiesty ones.
Upsailor was correct, Iowa State's Railey is heading to the NW, but instead of PSU, it looks like it will be WSU!
Ken Bone, same story, different school.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Tue May 08, 2012 9:57 am

Another transfer to the WCC: Loyola Marymount has landed Binghamton transfer Ben Dickinson; the 6-9 big man put up 13.5 points and 6.1 boards as freshman last year.

Based upon what's been going on at Binghamton, I'm sure Ben will find LMU a Las Angeles breath of fresh air (on the days there's an off-shore breeze).

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Post by upsailor on Tue May 08, 2012 10:55 am

There has been more than one WCC teamthat has added players with previous experience this year. I wonder when its going to be our turn. The WCC is gettingto be a lot more than just a one team converence by a long shot

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Tue May 08, 2012 2:46 pm

upsailor wrote: There has been more than one WCC team that has added players with previous experience this year. I wonder when it’s going to be our turn. The WCC is getting to be a lot more than just a one team conference by a long shot
Sailor, you've been with the program longer than me (recently), but UP has been a little shy about college and JC transfers in recent years. Sure, we've had them (TJ Campbell and Canaan Chatman still my favorites), but we know Rev loves to have his players develop together, feeling that it takes at least one year to really buy-in to the system.

Yes, you're right, the WCC is at least a three or four team conference now (in men's basketball), but could easily be a six or seven team conference in the near future. With the addition of AD Scott Leykam in July, there's new hope that we can be a part of that six or seven.

Now, if we just had a really stellar point guard.........................

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by upsailor on Tue May 08, 2012 4:37 pm

Double Dipper, I cpuldn't agree with U more, BUT when push comes to shove u havve to take some action. If U don't keep upwith the Jonses then u get the scraps and its doubly hard to catch up I feel that this season coming up is where we'll see just where we are.

Bye the way UR presen ce was sorely missed at the introduction of the AD this afrernoon, but it wasn't the only fau paus, Fr. Bill forgot to intrduce the WCC Comish. also Gads.

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Post by DoubleDipper on Tue May 08, 2012 6:07 pm

upsailor wrote:By the way UR presence was sorely missed at the introduction of the AD this afrernoon, but it wasn't the only fau paus, Fr. Bill forgot to intrduce the WCC Comish. also Gads.
Ha, ha, yea I noticed he missed, but made up for it at the end and asked the Commish to stick around for questions. I had just finished playing golf in Palm Desert at 2pm and watched the whole thing online while sitting my air-conditioned car.

Who was the woman who introduced Fr. Bill, and then wrapped it up? I'm guessing a PR lady. Stoney?

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Wed May 09, 2012 10:45 am

Shooting guard James Walker (6-3, 180), out of Citrus College (Derrick's school), has signed with St. Mary's. Unlike our Derrick, Walker is a scorer, averaging over 19 ppg this year. Walker will have two years of eligibility with the Gaels.

Sigh, our time will come..........

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Tue May 15, 2012 9:51 am

Penn State sophomore guard Matt Glover of Orange, Calif., will transfer from the Nittany Lion basketball program to San Francisco. Glover will be forced to sit one year before going on “active duty” at USF.

Glover played in all 32 games for the Nittany Lions this season, his first at Penn State, and averaged 23.5 minutes per contest while starting 21 games. The 6-4 guard posted averages of 2.8 points and 4.2 rebounds per game and was third on the team with 27 steals.

Coach Walters loves those guards.



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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Tue May 15, 2012 9:54 am

And, another transfer to the WCC.................

Pepperdine has signed UCLA 6-foot-9 forward Brendan Lane. Lane will graduate this June and will enroll at PU as a graduate student and be immediately eligible to play one more year.

Lane was among the top-20 power forward recruits in the nation out of Rocklin High School, but never quite developed into a top-level player with the Bruins.


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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DaTruRochin on Tue May 15, 2012 10:11 am

Well, about the only thing the Bruins front line has developed over the last few years is disappointment, restraining orders and misdemeanors.... It will be curious if he has a Jason Keep-like effect on the PU program if he IS indeed as talented as the recruiting services deemed.

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Re: NCAA D-1 Men's Basketball Transfer List (so far)

Post by DoubleDipper on Wed May 16, 2012 9:28 am

Some mid-major watching experts are saying LMU is primed to be a force this coming season, but I noticed that Jarred DuBois, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound guard is graduating and heading to the University of Utah and graduate school and is immediately available to play.

DuBois played three full seasons for the Lions and part of a fourth before a foot injury. He scored 1,139 points to ranked 23rd on the school's all-time scoring list, averaging double-figures each year.

During his tenure at LMU, DuBois made 148 3-pointers; shot 84.4 percent from the free-throw line; dished out 233 assists; and recorded 117 steals. Those are great numbers!

So, LMU loses Du Bose, who scored a combined 23 pts against UP last year, and also Drew Viney (22 pts) and LaRon Armstead (17 pts) to graduation. Ouch!

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Numbers

Post by DoubleDipper on Wed May 16, 2012 4:40 pm

345 – The number of schools with D-1 basketball teams

44 – The number of head coaching changes in D-1 basketball at the end of the 2011-12 season

453 – The number of D-1 basketball players who have/will transfer from their school to another at the end of the 2011-12 season

I guess we made our contribution to the transfer numbers, but in the long run, both Tim and the team may be better off.

We didn’t lose our head coach, but we lost a significant coach, person, and mentor when Joel moved on to Valley Catholic.

Do you think he’ll be back one day?
What about a replacement; any rumors?

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Transfer rule good for players; a predicament for coaches

Post by DoubleDipper on Thu May 17, 2012 1:31 pm

In the massive transfer list compiled by CBSSports, which stands at approximately 425, there are at least 25 players who are exploring the fifth-rule transfer rule. The number is actually closer to 50 -- which stands at more than 10 percent of the overall transfer rate. Many of them are doing it for the right reasons………

Read more here:
http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/story/19066606/transfer-rule-positive-for-kids-but-a-predicament-for-coaches

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