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powerhouse

Joined: 7/25/08 Posts: 11
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This Hoo agrees with your take. I actually like Buzz and think he's a very


good coach. Other than the 3 old HOF's (Boeheim, K, Roy) I think he's 3rd or 4th best in ACC, behind Bennett and Mack (and maybe Brey?), and ACC has a lot of good coaches. However, Buzz seems like the kind of guy that likes to build something but loses interest, gets bored, as it stabilizes. I know a guy like this in my line of work ... great at building departments, companies, etc., but not the guy to manage it long term. Very entrepreneurial. I think Buzz is like that. If he does leave, and I think he will, he will be leaving hokie basketball in much better place than it was when he got there, even though I think next year or two will be rebuilding.

(In response to this post by Chris Coleman)

Posted: 02/12/2019 at 1:33PM



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Question for Chris -- 133182Hokie 02/11/2019 4:26PM
  Not Chris... -- GCHokie34 02/11/2019 4:50PM
  Delete** -- Tex Lombardi 02/12/2019 09:17AM
  I agree with that. -- Angry Birds 02/11/2019 8:28PM
  I dont think Whit will be fleeced by Buzz -- GCHokie34 02/11/2019 9:52PM
  +1000. Can we make you assistant AD for basketball? :) -- Gobbler Guru 02/12/2019 09:51AM
  I agree. If your starting PG gets hurt... -- Gobbler Guru 02/12/2019 3:07PM
  Yes. 1000 times yes. ** -- Tex Lombardi 02/12/2019 09:54AM
  Good post. Thanks for the reply. -- GretnaHokie 02/12/2019 07:09AM
  I think if Buzz goes that you guys could -- Charleston Cav 02/12/2019 09:12AM
  I doubt we could afford Marshall from Wichita State -- GretnaHokie 02/12/2019 11:32AM
  Crazy enough... -- GCHokie34 02/12/2019 07:39AM
  Yeah, that's my take. -- Chris Coleman  02/11/2019 6:46PM
  Good points. Thanks. ** -- 133182Hokie 02/11/2019 6:43PM

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