Career Watch: Coach Roos

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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby BGSUFan2017 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:50 pm

Saw on Moosbrugger twitter account a tweet " After visit w/great Falcon Alumni in CLE area today, I had to take a peek inside. Work to get back here next year started Tuesday."
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby BGSUFan2017 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:21 pm

If Roos were to get fired it would of happened by now. Sad to say another year with Roos and co.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Falconwriter » Thu Sep 21, 2017 9:49 am

BG won't be firing a coach still under contract. They simply don't have the money to do so. That's why these bad hires can absolutely kill an athletic program. Competition forces most universities to give coaches in major sports 4-5 year contracts; but if those coaches then are a bust, the university is on the hook for the remainder of the contract if they want to move on. More and more, schools like BG simply cannot afford to do this.

Like it or not, Miami is better able to make these changes because (I'm guessing) they get more support and funding from alums for their sports program. Whether that's because they've been fortunate and had alumni with money decide to support their sports teams, or whether their athletic department has done a better job in the past of finding these donors, it really doesn't matter. They have the funding and BG does not.

One of the priorities of BG's athletic department under Moose is to find alumni to become bigger supporters of BG sports. They can be supporters of one sport or many; it doesn't matter, so long as they're willing to donate generously. If this group is able to successfully expand that base of BGSU donors, BG will have more flexibility in situations like this in the future.

But for now...I'm afraid BG will be keeping any coaches with years left on their contract, no matter how poorly their teams fare.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Schadenfreude » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:20 pm

This thread is not aging well.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Flipper » Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:59 am

The team is like a Phoenix...rising from the Arizona

Haven't seen much of them this year...but I like what I have seen. They seem more athletic this year. Santoro is a MAC POTY candidate and Lambert is a quality PG. If Roos pulls this off and the team returns to anything approximating the past glory...it will be a rare occurrence in college sports
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby guest44 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:47 am

This thread is now aging well.....
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Falconwriter » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:30 am

guest44 wrote:This thread is now aging well.....


Sadly, the women's team (not unlike the men under Huger) seems to lose games it should not; especially games at home. Is that bad coaching? Is that a failure to recruit well (which also involves coaching)? I hate how the women's program has fallen, given its historically great success rate. I know BG wanted to make the "home town" hire here, but it really is looking like it wasn't a good one.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby elmrfudd » Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:15 am

My opinion is that indeed the coaching is nowhere near the level it was during the Curt Miller era. Although Coach Roos was Curt’s associate head coach for the majority of those years, and has attempted to implement his system, it has failed miserably. Coach Roos has landed some decent recruits the last few years, and some of them were multi-dimensional players. Unfortunately, most of her recruits were primarily one-dimensional. This season, I’m seeing that Cecil, Santoro, and Caterrion Thompson are the most well rounded players. Sydney Lambert is a very good player, but she has not been consistent all year. Our post players are young and inexperienced, and are ill-equipped to be competitive at this level. In my book, there are four main failures of this coaching staff that are producing the results we’ve been seeing the last four seasons. 1.) The lack of discipline 2.) The lack of demand for excellence 3.) The tremendous lack of player development 4.) The lack of recruitment of multi-faceted players. These are the areas that Curt Miller was NOT weak in, and we remember the results that HE got. I’ve been a season ticket holder for years with the women’s program, during the Miller era AND the Roos era, and this is what I’ve seen, and what I am seeing now. To me, it’s pretty black and white.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Class of 61 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 7:01 pm

Down 10 after one Q killed women today. Cut lead to 8 at one point, but couldn't handle Ball St. Inside. Caterion Thompson had another great outing from 3 pt. Land. But BSU has some excellent players, especially THEIR Pt. Guard, along with several "bigs".
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Falconwriter » Sat Jan 20, 2018 8:44 pm

Came in here after another poor showing against Ohio at home, and there wasn't even a game thread. Wow. How far has this program fallen?
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Class of 61 » Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:03 pm

Falconwriter wrote:Came in here after another poor showing against Ohio at home, and there wasn't even a game thread. Wow. How far has this program fallen?


Pretty far! :(
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Class of 61 » Sun Jan 21, 2018 1:52 pm

Appeared to me, watching my 1st game in person, that BG is SADLY in need of a few " pressbreaker plays in offense package. You can't consistently break presses by trying to dribble though them. Balls travel faster with good passes, than watching your point guard dribbling madly into traps, losing control etc. Nearly every time OU put the press on, it resulted in a BG turnover, or at best a thrown up prayer for a shot.
After an excellent start, hitting 1st 5-6 shots, things evened out, then BG folded in 4th Qtr.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby gmartin » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:54 pm

Coach Roos should be fired tonight!!!
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Schadenfreude » Thu Jan 25, 2018 10:12 am

It's difficult for me to imagine she gets another contract extension at this point.
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Re: Career Watch: Coach Roos

Postby Rollo83 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:04 pm

Schadenfreude wrote:It's difficult for me to imagine she gets another contract extension at this point.


Ya think?
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