He basically likened us to a "D3 or D2 school," and then backed it up with calling us "mid-majorish."
Get over it folks, he ain't coming here unless he proves to be grossly overrated, which is within the realm of possibility.
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Why not come play here with pops for a year or two? He’s going to the NBA anyways. He’s going to be a lottery pick whether he goes to Milwaukee or plays overseas or goes to Duke ect. I think we have a good chance at landing him, and not because he’s “overrated” but because he’s just that good.
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The Milwaukee Panthers, Formerly the best hyphenated program in Division 1 Basketball.
Post by mcdadenets50 on Feb 20, 2020 21:06:34 GMT -6
Make it happen PBJ...
“Regardless of where he is — D-2, D-3 — no coach will ever back you like your father,” Patrick said. “That’s not a knock on any other coach. If I were to play for my father, that would mean the world to me and my family. Having him on the sideline, being able to talk to him during the game … that would be pretty cool.”
Post by mcdadenets50 on Feb 20, 2020 21:13:11 GMT -6
PBJ on my Northwestern:
“Anytime you have that much love for a program, it will be at the top of your list because of the emotional impact,” he said. “It’s a familiar place, right there on the lake, right up my alley in terms of a college campus setting. Anytime you’ve been around a program that long, you grow attached to it and it’s kind of hard to break it.”