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+1MANvsFOOD wrote:Love the guy. He single handily got KState basketball relevant again and then left us with HCFM and the best recruiting class we've ever had.
"They're not hugely talented (but still talented), but they will chew your face off."
Him and the people who hired him are responsible for making us relevant again so I doubt there are too many negative feelings about him.stewusu98 wrote:What do you think of Bob Huggins?
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Damn you, you quoted my sh!t before I could fix my dumba$$ mistake.junkyard_cats wrote:+1MANvsFOOD wrote:Love the guy. He single handily got KState basketball relevant again and then left us with HCFM and the best recruiting class we've ever had.
Similar to the feelings expressed above, I am a-ok with Bob Huggins. When he came in at K-State, he improved the team immediately. He had the same players playing harder and much more focused than thye had before, brought in a heck of a recruiting class, and then left his fantastic group of assistants behind. I don't feel any animosity toward a coach jumping ship to take a dream job at his alma mater in his home town. Best of luck to him in the tournament.
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I am an Aggie but will always have a spot for Huggins in my basketball heart. I grew up just outside of Cincinnati and I was just getting into college basketball when he took the Bearcats to the final four in 92. Huggins is a big big reason why I am a college basketball fan.