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  1. We got faster and deeper on both sides of the ball. Campbell is perfect "TY" insurance. And if Cain and Fountain show up at all, they'll give Funchess a run for his money out wide.
  2. Yep, that is a very intriguing option if you are Ballard.
  3. I wouldn't be surprised to see Ballard trade back again, especially if the Missouri QB is still on the board. I could see Cody Ford/Jawaan Taylor, then a WR with the middle 2nd pick, and a Safety/CB with the other pick. I know AJ Brown/Hakeem Butler is the "Sexy" WR Pick, but I wouldn't mind seeing Parris Campbell
  4. Agree with this. I don't think there are any DE's worth taking in the first round. Would not be surprised if we take another O Lineman, more importantly, a Tackle, with our first or second pick.
  5. I think with Harris having some PG skills, defensive mindset, and a decent shot, they'll be pushing for him over Quinones. However, Quinones obviously fills a void being a shooter, so I think they'd take either one.
  6. Agree 100%. Troy knew what his bread and butter was. And when he took threes in a game, they were wide open threes that you wouldn't blame him for taking. As his three point shot progressed, the degree of difficulty of those shots went up a bit.
  7. Good point about the dribble weave. When you look at how Troy Williams was used on college, he was most lethal as a cutter. Now you look at Justin Smith and how he's used, and I think it's safe to say he's not being used as effectively. Granted, Justin himself has to share some blame, but Crean played Troy to his strengths. Much of that also is the player accepting who he is. Troy was perfectly fine being used in that way, as it played to his strengths.
  8. Guide me to the proper thread, Master.
  9. Or if you don't want to partake in the conversation, just don't read it. Or ignore it. I really don't care. It's a message board to discuss IU hoops. Potential players that Archie had on board at Dayton, and IU APR potential issues seem somewhat relevant to IU Basketball.
  10. We aren't crying. We are talking about how different the team would look had APR not been an issue.
  11. And what is your point? We are well aware of that.
  12. I'm not sure what the penalties for short term APR issues are, but it may have even been best to just eat the penalties. I think loss of scholarship(s) was a potential penalty, but that may have even been beneficial to eat, as opposed to forcing a new coach to work with another coach's players.
  13. Agreed. Which would have made it easier to just take lumps from the beginning, let Archie clean house (if needed) and add his own guys. Where would we be if we had McKinley Wright on the roster?
  14. Agreed, but you sure as hell better be a good shooter. 40+%. See Damezi. When you are a 3 point shooter that cant/doesnt play much defense, and the shooting goes awry, good bye floortime. No idea if this kid is or not. If he is, bring him on.
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