What he provided doesn't show up in the box score. He's the glue. An extra coach on the floor if you will.Connor played 100 min in the NCAA tournament, the equivalent to 2 1/2 games. He scored 12 points with a 30% fg%, 12 rebounds, 12 assists, and 6 turnovers. Irreplaceable.
But he is the coaches son, and that can’t be replaced, even with a better player which is why we weren’t interested in a better player. Until the coaches next son gets to playConnor played 100 min in the NCAA tournament, the equivalent to 2 1/2 games. He scored 12 points with a 30% fg%, 12 rebounds, 12 assists, and 6 turnovers. Irreplaceable.
Oh fuck off and quit being dramatic. Name one of the assistant coaches we have that you would notice any difference if they were replaced by Connor? It isn’t like any of them are known for being fantastic recruiters or anything like that. I wasn’t saying hire him tomorrow, but he’s passionate, he knows the game and I’m sure he would be a fine assistant coach.Get fucked
I’m pretty sure it was well after. Kids working for parents in college sports has become super common. I guess I think it’s a “become” thing, maybe it’s always been like this but the Brian debacle makes me more sensitive to it.Lol, one big family affair.
Was her daughter hired before Brian became the OC?
DBO and video coordinator are usually gigs you give to up and comers and maybe promote when an established assistant leaves. So not a full coach, but also a wasted opportunity for someone with better qualifications than blood.Looks like the director of basketball ops, so not exactly a coach. But still, Iowa needs to move away from this stuff.