Now, I actually think she is very valuable to Baylor. Much more than you think I do. In fact I am almost in agreement with you in how valuable she is to Baylor and I have never argued with you on her popularity in Waco.
Where we disagree is her impact on the other sports at Baylor and more specifically the Won/Loss records of those individual sports. I am adamant that had she built Baylor into a decent WBB program but not won any titles that Baylors FB, MBB, Baseball, Track, and other teams would be in the exact same position they are today and that Baylors new football stadium would still be on it's way and more than that, La. Tech would be in the exact same position we are in today (other than WBB of course which would obviously be much better had she stayed) When you and Champ leave out the other sports we are usually in agreement on KM.
BTW- LOL on the Blind Dog comment.
I suppose some folks are still complaining about me calling Griner a she, or an “it” or maybe it was adding that she was a beast in WBB?
Well, I can assure everyone that she has my total respect as the
Miss. Everything in WBB, the Wade Trophy winner, The Player of the Year, and a couple other honors this year to go along with the NCAA Championship Ring to BOOT!
Now if she would have happened to have been a Techster I would definitely like her a lot more as a player and what she brings to the game!
I am although very happy that she is at least playing for a former Great Techster and Coach of the Techster Program, rather than some one that has no affiliation with the LaTech Women’s Basketball history!
I also have great respect for Gino and Pat for the Great things they have done for Women’s Basketball but I sure don’t have either of them on my Christmas card list!
I am the kind of guy that always pulls for the underdog unless of course it is one of the LaTech programs playing, and then of course I am True Blue here!
And last but not least, when it comes to Coach TSpoon
On this Easter Sunday I truly feel that she is a total Blessing for the program and as far as I am concerned, she does no wrong
She’s a Great Coach, great motivator, and is rebuilding the Techster Program to something we will all be proud of in the very very, near future!
Now I know nothing about coaching and don’t pretend to!
Heck, I couldn’t find my way out of the TAC after a game if it wasn’t for my
Seeing Eye Dog Vito!
But, I got my butt in the seats for every game and have to have a guest come with me to drive me all the way from Shreveport for every home game, so I guess that gives me the
Right to put in my 2 cents worth every now and then!
Man, I am loving being on board with laTech Sports and especially the Techsters
It’s definitely time to “move on” and the future is looking brighter for all of the LaTech Sports Programs!
Go Bulldogs, and Techsters, I will be there doing my bit to help in any way I can!
Kim and crew were cheating at recruiting, all over ESPN. Nothing big, but interesting timing.
They use each other for sounding boards and when an issue arises with athletes that a coach from another sport may have had to deal with they lend support in what ever area they can.
I know you will disagree that this has no impact on wins and losses but I feel differently, I think they are all responsible for the success that each of them have garnered in their respective sports because it truly does take a village. LOL
I could be wrong but I think that they would agree that they all take ownership in the success and failures that each other has in their program that is called a family and at Baylor they seem to represent a big ole family.
Phil,I just know for a fact that KM and the softball, Men's Basketball and Football coaches are tight and that they go above and beyond supporting each others programs
They might have gone too far with supporting each other and telling the other how to recruit this time. I am just joking around with you........
On second thought, let's NOT move on just yet. Please keep the latest baylor news flowing....