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I really like this hire; at the very least, we should be able to raise major funds and increase alumni involvement. On the field, it will be interesting to see who he tabs to run the offense. I hope it is someone who knows how to throw the ball around.
Best case scenario for Maynor; Broadway creates a position for him and he is tabbed HCIW. Eastman is a pretty good defensive coach. If he can create some exciting offensive packages to go along with a solid defense, he might make things interesting in Durham.
He would have big shoes to fill in Greensboro, but, anyone who goes there will also. Heck, Broadway might find a spot for him on his current staff. That would give him tutelage from one the best in black college football. Best scenario though is, Bouleware hires him as OC. Just my three cents.
I'd be very surprised if Maynor would go Virginia, Deleware or Florida. He would probably go back Fayetteville or Winston before he did that. If I were him, I'd wait around for Broadway to retire within the next three or four years and go coach my alma mater.
« on: July 31, 2017, 12:48:41 PM »
I want to say that the league is safely in the hands of Broadway and Mack, but, there are too many other teams in MEAC that can knock them off on any given day. Hampton might surprise a few folk on here; this is Maynor's fourth year and the way he spoke at luncheon leads me believe he has something up sleeve.
I am not so much worried about the quarterback competition, as I am, interested in who's considering our coach for a move up. Coach Jerry Mack continues to impress with his knowledge of game and development of program. This coach can go places.
« on: March 24, 2017, 12:39:01 PM »
Poor quote by the hall of famer, but, I see his point. The last coach came from the CIAA. I wonder what would be different about her?
« on: March 24, 2017, 09:55:07 AM »
Y, I am with you on this one. We can make the 16 if we continue to recruit well, raise funds and build program capacity. NCCU is becoming flagship status in athletics among black college sports.
« on: March 19, 2017, 11:22:01 AM »
I am with GRAY; we want get beyond round one of tournament. Moton still has some work to do in Durham. To the rest of the haters, onlookers, supporters, closet fans of NCCU, those whose programs are not doing much; keep up your continued viewing of all things NCCU; your support is appreciated. It is unfortunate that not many other programs in MEAC get the kind of publicity that we get. Dennis needs to step it up for the conference.
« on: March 17, 2017, 12:58:28 PM »
Arkansas State would be a lateral move in my opinion. While their conference might be higher ( MEAC needs to grow) there are so many other variables and factors that Moton might want consider. Moton demonstrated the other night that he is ready for prime time. I've mentioned before, NCCU has carried the MEAC lately. We have represented Durham, the conference and the excitement about Moton just seems to grow from the pundits and analysts and others across the country. This man is representing well. White conference doesn't always translate into "better." That is what they have duped us into believing. This man has a lot going for him right here in Durham.
I cannot speak for Moton, but, what he is doing in Durham, he is certainly building a brand, a legacy and making a social and cultural statement about black college sports. If he leaves, I don' think money will be the sole factor. When you leave the triangle area, you are leaving a lot; visibility, quality of living, media coverage, recruiting hotbed, contacts, local and national. If he leaves, I think it will be an offer that is divine. Moton is a spiritual and an intelligent man; that is some combination. We don't want to lose him, but, if goes anywhere, I'd like to see him at NCSU.
« on: March 14, 2017, 02:06:15 PM »
With all due respect to Mr. Thomas, but, what is this assessment based upon? Of late, all I see him do is, stand with NCCU as we collect championships and awards. NCCU is really becoming a flagship school for the conference.