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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #30 on: April 03, 2019, 08:04:10 PM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.


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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #31 on: April 04, 2019, 07:47:19 AM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.
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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #32 on: April 04, 2019, 08:33:55 AM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

You really have no idea whether they are trying or not.

But here's what we do KNOW .... you could be a better Onnidan board member even as a republican, but you choose to be a lying, deceiving POS.

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #33 on: April 04, 2019, 09:28:55 AM »
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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #34 on: April 04, 2019, 10:13:24 AM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

Unfortunately , He's right about this one. The MEAC OOC is horrible. A lot of schools are cashing check and not playing and beating mid majors

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #35 on: April 04, 2019, 10:30:43 AM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

Unfortunately , He's right about this one. The MEAC OOC is horrible. A lot of schools are cashing check and not playing and beating mid majors


why are you and y04185 blaming the schools instead of the conference management? 

It's the ultimate catch-22, but it's a conference decision to keep these schools in the conference. And if the school takes the money games and still can't entice good players to come what's the point?

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #36 on: April 04, 2019, 10:38:41 AM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

Unfortunately , He's right about this one. The MEAC OOC is horrible. A lot of schools are cashing check and not playing and beating mid majors


why are you and y04185 blaming the schools instead of the conference management? 

It's the ultimate catch-22, but it's a conference decision to keep these schools in the conference. And if the school takes the money games and still can't entice good players to come what's the point?

Does the MEAC have a clause to kick out willfully under performing schools? 

When you have schools playing money games to fund athletics it means they aren't trying. 
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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #37 on: April 04, 2019, 11:03:15 AM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

Unfortunately , He's right about this one. The MEAC OOC is horrible. A lot of schools are cashing check and not playing and beating mid majors


why are you and y04185 blaming the schools instead of the conference management? 

It's the ultimate catch-22, but it's a conference decision to keep these schools in the conference. And if the school takes the money games and still can't entice good players to come what's the point?

Schools set their non conference schedule. Money games aren't bad per say but your entire Non conference can't be money games. Play and beat mid major schools.

The MEAC conference doesn't have anything to do with it

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #38 on: April 04, 2019, 12:21:49 PM »
Anthony Grant coaching history:

As coach:
1987–1992   Miami HS (assistant)
1992–1993   Miami Central HS
1993–1994   Stetson (assistant)
1994–1996   Marshall (assistant)
1996–2006   Florida (assistant)
2006–2009   VCU
2009–2015   Alabama
2015–2017   Oklahoma City Thunder (assistant)
2017–present   Dayton


It's more like he returned 'home' to Dayton his Alma Mater.

I guess the point I'm trying to make is just say 'I want to make more money' because personally me and the wife could live like king & queen on $250K when we were his age.  We can damn sure live millionaires on that in retirement.  :lmao:

Go out and convince one or two of these ballers to come to NCCU and make some real noise.  You break the cycle of players bypassing HBCUs and get them in the mix. The players want to play against good competition. They only come 'home' after riding the bench.

Mark Few has been at Gonzaga his entire coaching career and they are national powers. He ain't chasing a dollar. Shaka, Anthony, and even Jeff Capel before them are just average coaches at best now that that they are chasing contracts.  VCU could be Gonzaga if just one of them stayed.

Mark Few makes $1,780,000.00 per year.  Gonzaga paid him the money and he stayed.  They also changed conferences.  Heaven forbid NCCU pays Moton $500,000.00 and moves from your current play in conference.

Toby up in here spreading lies again. When did Gonzaga change conferences and what’s the relevancy to Mark Few and/or his contract?

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #39 on: April 04, 2019, 12:55:53 PM »
Well if the alumni would give more money or come to home games thing would be different

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #40 on: April 04, 2019, 01:16:03 PM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

imo, our seeding is not important because history has shown even when we are seeded higher than 15 or 16, we still get "smoked" by the higher seed.  heck, me personally, i much rather play in the "play-in" game because we have a much better chance of winning that game.  plus, unlike the first round which is televised "regionally" in most cases, the "play-in" game is usually televised "nationally" and there's no other march madness games going on to share the tv market with.

and let's be real, ain't no d1 hbcu gone win no national championship.  hail, no d1 hbcu has "EVER" in history had advanced beyond the 2nd round and we've only advance beyond the 1st round 3 times in meac history.  so folk need to be real. 

that's why the seeding is not important.  even if we were seeded 13 or 12, its very likely that the outcome would be same.  imo, i say let's take advantage of the "play-in" game where we have a good chance of winning a march madness game in front of a national audience all to ourselves and whatever happens after that will be "frosting on the cake"...

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #41 on: April 04, 2019, 01:51:48 PM »
you must be talking about people without cable TV.

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #42 on: April 04, 2019, 01:55:38 PM »
the schools are directly affected by the perception of the conference and their ability to compete.

How is that not something the conference management can not mandate or give a time table for results to be shown or some penalties or expulsion can result?

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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #43 on: April 04, 2019, 02:04:31 PM »
Well if the alumni would give more money or come to home games thing would be different

That's just a part of the equation.  Getting sponsors is another part.  You can only get a limited number of sponsors with just one person collecting checks.  Also, being D1 you shouldn't just allow people to buy just season tickets.  In order to get season tickets you have to first give to athletics at a certain level.  The more you give the more season tickets you get.  Also, you have to give higher to get first shot at post season ticket sales.  Some schools are already doing this.  Many are not.  Football and basketball should be completely separate. 

the schools are directly affected by the perception of the conference and their ability to compete.

How is that not something the conference management can not mandate or give a time table for results to be shown or some penalties or expulsion can result?

The conference can not mandate it.  At best they can suggest it.  At some point, schools like NCCU will have to either settle for the mediocrity of the MEAC or move to a more competitive conference.   
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Re: NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
« Reply #44 on: April 04, 2019, 02:38:09 PM »
it is possible for the MEAC to make a 14th seed and possibly even higher. We got a 14 seed in 2014. Moton's best team IMO.

quality OOC wins, 15-1 in conf, won conf tourney.  Got smoked in the NCAA vs #3 Iowa St     
 
No First Four game.

If the other schools in the conference do their part the MEAC could be seeded higher.  The majority of the MEAC schools aren't even trying to be better.

Unfortunately , He's right about this one. The MEAC OOC is horrible. A lot of schools are cashing check and not playing and beating mid majors


why are you and y04185 blaming the schools instead of the conference management? 

It's the ultimate catch-22, but it's a conference decision to keep these schools in the conference. And if the school takes the money games and still can't entice good players to come what's the point?

Schools set their non conference schedule. Money games aren't bad per say but your entire Non conference can't be money games. Play and beat mid major schools.

The MEAC conference doesn't have anything to do with it

Money games aren't the issue. Our problem is we can't beat the mid majors and lower D1 schools. I did a tally a few years ago and we actually lose about 70% of those games if I remember correctly. Heck we were barely above beating D2's more than 50% of the time. Lol, notice how a lot of us have started scheduling D3 instead of D2?


 

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