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PostPosted: 12/15/16 1:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:


PS Nobody seems to mention that the final 4 run was with inherited players.


To get to that final four, they also got some incredibly lucky matchups because of a couple upsets by other teams. In order to get to the final four, they ended up beating unranked Fresno St, unranked South Florida, unranked LSU, and 14th ranked Georgia. Not a single top 10 team. How long can she live off of that one final four appearance?


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myrtle wrote:


PS Nobody seems to mention that the final 4 run was with inherited players.


To get to that final four, they also got some incredibly lucky matchups because of a couple upsets by other teams. In order to get to the final four, they ended up beating unranked Fresno St, unranked South Florida, unranked LSU, and 14th ranked Georgia. Not a single top 10 team. How long can she live off of that one final four appearance?


Not like her predecessor made the Final Four with a good amount of talent and McDonald's All-Americans. Her predecessor made the NCAAs four times in six years, with only two years going past the first round and one Sweet 16 appearance (with the senior laden team of Devanei Hampton, etc.).

In her first five seasons, Gottlieb made the NCAAs four times, making at least the second round every time. Only once beyond the second round, like her predecessor, but it was a Final Four.

And Boyle's last two years at Cal did not involve going to the NCAAs. Not like Gottlieb took over a team that was coming off a 25-win season; she took over a team that went 18-16.


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PostPosted: 12/15/16 6:15 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

PlayBally'all wrote:
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Ladyvol777 wrote:
Did someone say Tennessee ????


Special case. Holly represents a legacy and firing her would seen by many in the LV community as a rejection of that legacy.

Besides, she has BTB E8 appearances that balance last year's regular season ugliness. And a highly touted class coming in.


Also there wil be a new AD after June. (Thanks be to all the gods) One thinks there could hardly be any worse than Hammy and Heartless Dave, but then, you never really know, do you? UT is also getting a new chancellor. Jimmy the Cheek and Heartless Dave were hand-in-pocket buddies with DEEP Alabama connections. The new chancellor is from University of Cincinnati.


I will say it..... There cannot be any worse than Dave Hart. Tennessee was better off with the good ole boy he replaced. There are so many quality ADs that would walk to Tennessee for that job... I don't know why they don't hire a good fit this time/


I agree with you. I didn't like Hammy at all, thought he was just incompetent, but Heartless Dave...well, that's what he is. NO respect for tradition or for anyone's feelings. Just a complete nasty piece of work. I know there is a groundswell for Philip Fulmer but I doubt he'd take the position after how he was treated. I'd just like to see one who would have some respect for the place.



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PostPosted: 12/19/16 2:25 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

re: UNC I highly doubt Sylvia goes anywhere until the admin finds out what the exact NCAA sanctions will be on wbb and for how long. Nobody wants to walk into a job blind & w/o knowing the score.


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PostPosted: 12/23/16 2:12 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Coach Flo at Auburn?


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Coach Flo at Auburn?


Her seat will be scorching by the end of January. Lack of recruiting and style of play will be her downfall.


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PostPosted: 12/23/16 2:19 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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re: UNC I highly doubt Sylvia goes anywhere until the admin finds out what the exact NCAA sanctions will be on wbb and for how long. Nobody wants to walk into a job blind & w/o knowing the score.


This is in the news again, so at this point its not going away anytime soon. Given Hatchell's age and the fact that she's had some health issues, it could be feasible that she retires on her own before the NCAA ever finalizes their review of UCN. Note: Hatchell and/or her program are not cited in this article.

http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/college/acc/unc/article122420449.html


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PlayBally'all wrote:
joetro wrote:
Coach Flo at Auburn?


Her seat will be scorching by the end of January. Lack of recruiting and style of play will be her downfall.


In terms of style of play, they knew what they were getting when they hired her. Even when her Georgetown teams were good they weren't exactly dynamic. If they manage .500 in SEC play again she'll be safe.



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PostPosted: 12/23/16 6:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

pilight wrote:
PlayBally'all wrote:
joetro wrote:
Coach Flo at Auburn?


Her seat will be scorching by the end of January. Lack of recruiting and style of play will be her downfall.


In terms of style of play, they knew what they were getting when they hired her. Even when her Georgetown teams were good they weren't exactly dynamic. If they manage .500 in SEC play again she'll be safe.


I agree that they knew what they were getting when they hired her. I don't think going .500 in SEC play will be enough though. Last year it was enough, but she is coaching in the last year of her 5 year deal. If an extension was likely, she would have been extended prior to the last signing period. Without having to take a financial hit, the AD is much more likely to make a change. She is well connected, runs a clean program, her players do well academically and they play hard. All those things, in addition to the fact that its Auburn, mean that she will be treated respectfully and given every opportunity to succeed. That being said, she makes close to $500,000 a year. The athletic department is finishing the highest revenue year in history. Women's softball and gymnastics have seen sell out crowds and record participation. There is a real desire to see women's basketball taste that success as well and the money is there to attract candidates to the program.


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PostPosted: 12/24/16 12:01 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

PlayBally'all wrote:
pilight wrote:
PlayBally'all wrote:
joetro wrote:
Coach Flo at Auburn?


Her seat will be scorching by the end of January. Lack of recruiting and style of play will be her downfall.


In terms of style of play, they knew what they were getting when they hired her. Even when her Georgetown teams were good they weren't exactly dynamic. If they manage .500 in SEC play again she'll be safe.


I agree that they knew what they were getting when they hired her. I don't think going .500 in SEC play will be enough though. Last year it was enough, but she is coaching in the last year of her 5 year deal. If an extension was likely, she would have been extended prior to the last signing period. Without having to take a financial hit, the AD is much more likely to make a change. She is well connected, runs a clean program, her players do well academically and they play hard. All those things, in addition to the fact that its Auburn, mean that she will be treated respectfully and given every opportunity to succeed. That being said, she makes close to $500,000 a year. The athletic department is finishing the highest revenue year in history. Women's softball and gymnastics have seen sell out crowds and record participation. There is a real desire to see women's basketball taste that success as well and the money is there to attract candidates to the program.


Do you think they'll go after Kellie Harper again this time, and do you think she'll take the job? Serious question.



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PostPosted: 12/29/16 11:46 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

summertime blues wrote:
PlayBally'all wrote:
pilight wrote:
PlayBally'all wrote:
joetro wrote:
Coach Flo at Auburn?


Her seat will be scorching by the end of January. Lack of recruiting and style of play will be her downfall.


In terms of style of play, they knew what they were getting when they hired her. Even when her Georgetown teams were good they weren't exactly dynamic. If they manage .500 in SEC play again she'll be safe.


I agree that they knew what they were getting when they hired her. I don't think going .500 in SEC play will be enough though. Last year it was enough, but she is coaching in the last year of her 5 year deal. If an extension was likely, she would have been extended prior to the last signing period. Without having to take a financial hit, the AD is much more likely to make a change. She is well connected, runs a clean program, her players do well academically and they play hard. All those things, in addition to the fact that its Auburn, mean that she will be treated respectfully and given every opportunity to succeed. That being said, she makes close to $500,000 a year. The athletic department is finishing the highest revenue year in history. Women's softball and gymnastics have seen sell out crowds and record participation. There is a real desire to see women's basketball taste that success as well and the money is there to attract candidates to the program.


Do you think they'll go after Kellie Harper again this time, and do you think she'll take the job? Serious question.


I absolutely think she will be the first call made and I believe that if she is offered the job that she would take it. I know that she was the number two choice last time around and that there were a lot of people disappointed that she wasn't offered the position. The only thing I don't know is whether or not she has a bad taste in her mouth from the process last time or not. She was still at NC State at that point. I know she came to Auburn for the last interview and that makes me believe that she thought an offer was imminent. I don't know if that contributed to the rocky situation at NC State or not. In the end, I think that she knows the business well enough that she will look past that, but that is just an educated guess. Auburn will also allow her husband to be an assistant if she wants him in that role. Bruce Pearl has his son on his staff and Clint Myers has the entire family on the softball staff.

That being said, Coach Flo is liked. She wasn't the fan base's choice last time, but she has certainly been embraced. Like I said above, her downfall is really centered on her recruiting, which is hurt by being saddled with a style of play that doesn't lend itself to being recruit friendly.


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PostPosted: 12/29/16 4:31 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Terri Williams-Flournoy was 20-13 last year as an SEC team and they made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009. Her overall Auburn record is 71-61 (.538). That doesn't seem hot-seatish unless the AD has high expatiations. But since the men's team was last in the SEC last year, I don't think he should.


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Terri Williams-Flournoy was 20-13 last year as an SEC team and they made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009. Her overall Auburn record is 71-61 (.538). That doesn't seem hot-seatish unless the AD has high expatiations. But since the men's team was last in the SEC last year, I don't think he should.


The men's team is being reconstructed from the ground up by Bruce Pearl. He now has three 5 star players and his 2017 class is ranked as the #1 class in the country. Bruce has things headed in the right direction to say the least. Auburn has a history of success in women's basketball, although that success gets farther away as each year passes. The facilities and resources are top tier and the school's geographical location, about 1 1/2 hours Southwest of Atlanta, provides fertile recruiting opportunities. The past couple of years have seen Auburn women's sports play in the finals of the women's softball World Series and women's gymnastics has sold out the arena. Getting to the tournament once in 5 years won't be enough to justify a $500,000 salary. Coach Flo is coaching in the final year of a 5 year contract. If a serious review wasn't planned, the contract would have been extended prior to the last signing period. Time was will tell.


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PostPosted: 01/08/17 11:00 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Jen Hoover?
Audra Smith?
Joanne Boyle?
Sharon Versyp?


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Coquese Washington has got to be feeling some heat. I am really surprised she hasn't done better at Penn State.


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Cynthia Cooper at USC? She's never easy to get along with, and they're 1-3 in conference.



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PostPosted: 01/09/17 10:57 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ClayK wrote:
Cynthia Cooper at USC? She's never easy to get along with, and they're 1-3 in conference.


They also haven't had a winning conference record the past 2 years as we mentioned on the show last nite.


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Coquese Washington has got to be feeling some heat. I am really surprised she hasn't done better at Penn State.


I suspect she banked a lot of good will building that program from nothing to win three straight Big Ten titles. Graduations and injures drove them off a cliff but I expect they'll give her every opportunity to right the ship.


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PostPosted: 01/09/17 12:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

joetro wrote:
Jen Hoover?
Audra Smith?
Joanne Boyle?
Sharon Versyp?


Boyle looked like she had finally created some optimism at UVA, but after three straight conference losses where they blew leads against more highly regarded teams, the fans seem to be turning on her pretty quickly. She has no margin for error among the fan base. Whether the AD cares is a different question.


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ArtBest23 wrote:
PUmatty wrote:
Coquese Washington has got to be feeling some heat. I am really surprised she hasn't done better at Penn State.


I suspect she banked a lot of good will building that program from nothing to win three straight Big Ten titles. Graduations and injures drove them off a cliff but I expect they'll give her every opportunity to right the ship.


plus the football scandal probably drove off some recruits just when she had it building.



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ArtBest23 wrote:
PUmatty wrote:
Coquese Washington has got to be feeling some heat. I am really surprised she hasn't done better at Penn State.


I suspect she banked a lot of good will building that program from nothing to win three straight Big Ten titles. Graduations and injures drove them off a cliff but I expect they'll give her every opportunity to right the ship.


I'm sure she's fine now, but this looks like it will be the third bad season in a row. I certainly don't expect her to get fired, but the seat might feel a little warm.

Who knows.


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Florida is turrible.



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Florida is turrible.


Florida would have been pretty decent had not Christinaki pulled that prima donna move and stomped off. That's the danger of building your offense around one good player. And of course her defection probably demoralized the team.

As for Penn State, I see some improvement this year. The lower half of the B1G has a ways to go, but PSU may be near the top of that half.



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Terri Williams is safe. She's popular and they are 13-5, 3-1 and barring a complete disaster or injury, will be in the mix of the 7-8 SEC teams for the NCAAs.

Seems they've recruited some size (some) for next year, too.


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PostPosted: 01/16/17 8:33 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I get that it's Tsips's first year in Wisconsin, but holy hell, it seems to be going down hill. Wisconsin beat Indiana, Penn State, Northern Illinois and Wake Forest amongst others a season ago?

The best win in the Tsips tenure? I guess they did beat Green Bay which counts for something--but they also lost to Milwaukee, St. Francis and IDAHO STATE.

This is not a promising start.


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--but they also lost to Milwaukee, St. Francis and IDAHO STATE.

This is not a promising start.


Idaho State is actually pretty tough this year....no shame there; they've beaten St. Mary's and Wazzoo this year, among others

But I think Tsipsis has to have a longer grace period than his first season.



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Jen Hoover?
Audra Smith?
Joanne Boyle?
Sharon Versyp?


I would imagine yes, yes, yes and yes.

Poor Wake. You'd hope they'd have a breakout year by now. ACC is brutal.


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summertime blues wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Florida is turrible.


Florida would have been pretty decent had not Christinaki pulled that prima donna move and stomped off. That's the danger of building your offense around one good player. And of course her defection probably demoralized the team.

As for Penn State, I see some improvement this year. The lower half of the B1G has a ways to go, but PSU may be near the top of that half.


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Caldwell had such a good thing going at UCLA, should've never left. That program would be a consistent final four contender. Love Cori Close, but Nikki had something special started.
Understandable that she wanted to be in the south, but too bad it didn't work out the way for her like it has for Dawn Staley or Jeff Walz or other younger coaches.


The difference in pay alone over the term of her 2 contracts at LSU as compared to her salary at UCLA have justified her decision. She should be able to live comfortably after 2019 for several years without a job if it comes to that.

I don't disagree that she had a good thing going at UCLA. She certainly did.


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Cynthia Cooper at USC? She's never easy to get along with, and they're 1-3 in conference.


I bet it's hard to fire someone whose number is hanging from the rafters of the gym in which she's coaching.

Cooper's still getting very good recruits. I imagine the administration will give her plenty of time to right the ship.


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Terri Williams is safe. She's popular and they are 13-5, 3-1 and barring a complete disaster or injury, will be in the mix of the 7-8 SEC teams for the NCAAs.

Seems they've recruited some size (some) for next year, too.


If she wins 2 out of 3 of the upcoming games, she is safe. Its difficult to know whether or not that is a good thing long term, but it is the sensible thing to do with positive results. The problem is the near total loss of point production from this season to the next. This staff MUST do a better job recruiting. They are simply not a force on the recruiting trail and if that doesn't change, it will result in the program's inability to go beyond simply making the NCAA Tournament. The team has played 4 ranked teams this year and has lost every game. Ms State has now established itself as an elite SEC team and UGA has an incoming recruiting class that is better than any recruiting class I have seen that program haul in over a decade. Gymnastics is selling out the Arena and women's softball has now added additional bleachers due to thousands of requests for season tickets. The support is there.

She is popular because she is genuinely a very nice person with a very nice family. Personally, I also believe that she is a good Xs and Os coach. She is held back by recruiting and a stubbornness to adjust her style of play. When she was introduced, she described the program as a "gold mine" with everything needed to compete at the highest level. She was right. This is year 5 and we have been to one NCAA Tournament in those five. This year could be the second. I think even she would agree that the expectations are higher.

If she gets an extension, I believe that it will be a 3 year extension, thereby providing financial security for her and an affordable buyout should things go south next year.

As for Tennessee, after the Notre Dame win I think its safe to say that Holly can be removed from the list. Add to that the incredible class that is coming in and any other conclusion would seem to be unlikely.


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patsweetpat wrote:
ClayK wrote:
Cynthia Cooper at USC? She's never easy to get along with, and they're 1-3 in conference.


I bet it's hard to fire someone whose number is hanging from the rafters of the gym in which she's coaching.

Cooper's still getting very good recruits. I imagine the administration will give her plenty of time to right the ship.
USC is now 1 and 5 in the Pac 12. Loses to UCLA this week would put them at 1-7. What good is getting recruits if you cant coach them, or in her case keep them.


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patsweetpat wrote:
ClayK wrote:
Cynthia Cooper at USC? She's never easy to get along with, and they're 1-3 in conference.


I bet it's hard to fire someone whose number is hanging from the rafters of the gym in which she's coaching.

Cooper's still getting very good recruits. I imagine the administration will give her plenty of time to right the ship.
USC is now 1 and 5 in the Pac 12. Loses to UCLA this week would put them at 1-7. What good is getting recruits if you cant coach them, or in her case keep them.


Maybe this is reference moreso to the recent recruits? Higgins is a freshman and they just signed two McDonald's All Americans. Now that USC's AD is Marcus Allen a fellow SC legend, maybe he will be more patient with a peer of his. Were they at SC in overlapping time periods?


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Now that USC's AD is Marcus Allen a fellow SC legend, maybe he will be more patient with a peer of his. Were they at SC in overlapping time periods?


Fwiw, USC's AD is Lynn Swann. Swann left SC in '74. Cooper left SC in '86. So they were about a decade apart.


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patsweetpat wrote:
Durantula wrote:
Now that USC's AD is Marcus Allen a fellow SC legend, maybe he will be more patient with a peer of his. Were they at SC in overlapping time periods?


Fwiw, USC's AD is Lynn Swann. Swann left SC in '74. Cooper left SC in '86. So they were about a decade apart.


Confused I knew it was a USC football legend but picked the wrong one! Thanks for giving the right info.

I still think one USC hall of famer would if anything be more patient with a fellow USC hall of famer but who knows?


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We've gotten a handful of conference games under our belt, so here are some teams doing poorly and don't have relatively new coaches. Tried to only list people who will have been at their school 5 years after this year.

Florida: 9-9 (0-5). Coach there since 2007-2008
Bowling Green: 5-13 (1-5). Coach there since 2012-2013.
Florida Atlantic: 4-13 (0-6). Coach there since 2012-2013.
Illinois-Chicago: 3-15 (0-7). Coach there since 2011-2012.
Valparaiso: 5-13 (0-7). Coach there since 2012-2013.
Boston College: 8-11 (1-5). Coach there since 2012-2013.
North Carolina: 12-7 (1-5). Coach there since 1986-1987.

There are coaches who may be on the hotseat but since they are not at the bottom of their league right now I'll hold off on mentioning those schools.


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Added contract lengths (to knowledge) ... not that always means security, but more likely in WBB than say MBB

Durantula wrote:
We've gotten a handful of conference games under our belt, so here are some teams doing poorly and don't have relatively new coaches. Tried to only list people who will have been at their school 5 years after this year.

Florida: 9-9 (0-5). Coach there since 2007-2008 - Contract through 2018-19
Bowling Green: 5-13 (1-5). Coach there since 2012-2013. - Contract through 2018-19
Florida Atlantic: 4-13 (0-6). Coach there since 2012-2013. Contract up this year
Illinois-Chicago: 3-15 (0-7). Coach there since 2011-2012. Contract through 2017-18
Valparaiso: 5-13 (0-7). Coach there since 2012-2013. Contract through 2017-18
Boston College: 8-11 (1-5). Coach there since 2012-2013. Contract through 2018-19
North Carolina: 12-7 (1-5). Coach there since 1986-1987. Contract through 2019-20

There are coaches who may be on the hotseat but since they are not at the bottom of their league right now I'll hold off on mentioning those schools.


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Added contract lengths (to knowledge) ... not that always means security, but more likely in WBB than say MBB

Durantula wrote:
We've gotten a handful of conference games under our belt, so here are some teams doing poorly and don't have relatively new coaches. Tried to only list people who will have been at their school 5 years after this year.

Florida: 9-9 (0-5). Coach there since 2007-2008 - Contract through 2018-19
Bowling Green: 5-13 (1-5). Coach there since 2012-2013. - Contract through 2018-19
Florida Atlantic: 4-13 (0-6). Coach there since 2012-2013. Contract up this year
Illinois-Chicago: 3-15 (0-7). Coach there since 2011-2012. Contract through 2017-18
Valparaiso: 5-13 (0-7). Coach there since 2012-2013. Contract through 2017-18
Boston College: 8-11 (1-5). Coach there since 2012-2013. Contract through 2018-19
North Carolina: 12-7 (1-5). Coach there since 1986-1987. Contract through 2019-20

There are coaches who may be on the hotseat but since they are not at the bottom of their league right now I'll hold off on mentioning those schools.


Great info, well it looks like most of those schools will retain their coaches. You used to post the contracts ending in the current year, any chance you can do that for 2016-2017? Any notable jobs with contracts ending after the season?


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From what I have:

Interims:
Northern Arizona - Robyne Bostick - Interim
Grambling State - Freddie Murray - Interim
Morgan State - Ed Davis - Interim

Contracts ending in 2016-17 per internet new releases I have found:
Eastern Illinois - Debbie Black
Hawaii - Laura Beeman
FAU - Kellie Lewis-Jay
Auburn - Terri Williams-Flournoy
NC Central - Vanessa Taylor
Western Illinois - JD Gravina
UNLV - Kathy Olivier
Idaho State - Seton Sobolewski
Northwestern - Joe McKeown
Central CT State - Beryl Piper
Florida Gulf Coast - Karl Smesko
Southern - Sandy Pugh
Arkansas State - Brian Boyer
Delaware - Tina Martin

Obviously not sure if any 1 year extension were received along way or anything like that. Could have missed something obviously too.




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Matt Insell reportedly has a contract extension through 2018-19.

http://www.olemisssports.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/041515aab.html


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thefutureisbright wrote:

Contracts ending in 2016-17 per internet new releases I have found:
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Florida Gulf Coast - Karl Smesko
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Delaware - Tina Martin


I LOVE Karl. I would have loved to see him get the Ohio State job over Kevin. Karl deserves a much bigger stage.

Tina? I think she'll ride her EDD Glory Dayz for a few more years, til she retires.



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Barb Smith at Illinois State University hasn't won much at all in her tenure at ISU...a once very proud program under Jill Hutchison...only had really one winning coach since she left the program on a year-in-year out basis and Robyn left for Missouri...


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Thanks! Removed from the list

FrozenLVFan wrote:
Matt Insell reportedly has a contract extension through 2018-19.

http://www.olemisssports.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/041515aab.html


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PlayBally'all wrote:
joetro wrote:
Coach Flo at Auburn?


Her seat will be scorching by the end of January. Lack of recruiting and style of play will be her downfall.


And many more games like the last two - as a fan it's really hard to even watch.


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remind me again why Gottlieb is not on the hot seat. It's like every year is a new excuse. Not sure what it is this year....



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remind me again why Gottlieb is not on the hot seat. It's like every year is a new excuse. Not sure what it is this year....


Myrtle she's pregnant. Ease up



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myrtle wrote:
remind me again why Gottlieb is not on the hot seat. It's like every year is a new excuse. Not sure what it is this year....


Because she's taken them to the Final 4, has won over 60% of her conference games, and made the NCAA tournament 4 years in a row until last year. People teams can go in a slump for a year or two, injuries and other things factor in. Like there are so many coaches who have done less than she has, its not even close to hot seat in my eyes. Also she is just a fit from a campus perspective from what I can tell. Her personality just is a good fit for the Berkeley lifestyle and I am guessing her administration really likes her.


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She also just signed a contract extension in October that runs through the 2020-2021 season. This was after a season some Trump-like people would consider a disaster.



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I agree she seems to be a really NICE person, but her teams have underperformed consistently, and not by just a little bit. I had hopes this year because it seemed they finally had a couple of shooters that would open up the middle a bit for Anigwe. I like Thomas. Range and Cowling are very athletic. And Davidson has been better than expected. It's like they have all the pieces and just can't put it together. THat's the part that drives me nuts. They're currently 3-6 in P12 and that's because they got to play Arizona twice. Since they also get to play Colo/Utah twice (split the first time) they have a chance to end at 9-9 if they win every game that it looks possible for them to win. I'm guessing more likely 8-10 or even 7-11. For the amount of talent, this is (to me) simply unacceptable.



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myrtle wrote:
I agree she seems to be a really NICE person, but her teams have underperformed consistently, and not by just a little bit. I had hopes this year because it seemed they finally had a couple of shooters that would open up the middle a bit for Anigwe. I like Thomas. Range and Cowling are very athletic. And Davidson has been better than expected. It's like they have all the pieces and just can't put it together. THat's the part that drives me nuts. They're currently 3-6 in P12 and that's because they got to play Arizona twice. Since they also get to play Colo/Utah twice (split the first time) they have a chance to end at 9-9 if they win every game that it looks possible for them to win. I'm guessing more likely 8-10 or even 7-11. For the amount of talent, this is (to me) simply unacceptable.


I will say this. She certainly has a die-hard group of supporters who leap to her defense whenever anyone watches them play and then wonders how she keeps her job.


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