Monthly Archives: April 2012

FREE AT LAST! FREE AT LAST!

So Tom Bowen IS taking his act to Beale St. Musta been hired to shape up the 26-9 Memphis State mens basketball program. Yes, irrelevancy WAS eternal at least under the leadership of Tom Bowen. Luckily for us, he wasn’t. … Continue reading

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WALKING IN MEMPHIS

To the strains of Marc Cohn’s “Walking In Memphis” http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2012/apr/13/san-jose-states-tom-bowen-emerges-candidate-athlet/#comments So who wanted this leaked? Who benefits? Your guess? Thought TB had unfinished business at San Jose State? At least he did in January. Anyway, we hereby announce The Help–Tom–Bowen–Walk–In–Memphis … Continue reading

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SHAMBURGER SPELLS IT OUT

There’s rose-colored glasses and then there’s rose colored eye implants and the Kool Aiders who view the ripe and smelly piece of dung that stands for San Jose State basketball as still worth supporting are card carrying members of the … Continue reading

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A FOX IN THE……………………………….

So TB climbed down from his fortress and attended the season’s end banquet. No country club this time, replaced by a chicken coop, after seven years Got to watch those nickels and dimes when it’s yet another money loser. As … Continue reading

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LAYING A FOUNDATION OR LAYING AN EGG?

Recruits come because of coaches. Coaches who sell the future. But when there is no future… The door was open early on. After 7 years, it’s nailed shut now. TB doesn’t care. Yes, irrelevancy is eternal at least under the … Continue reading

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THE CHANCE DIED WHEN…

SJSU had a chance for ending decades long irrelevancy in the 2009-2010 season when CJ Webster was a junior and Chris Oakes a senior and Moses Omolade was a junior and Adrian Oliver was a junior. But Omolade never became … Continue reading

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GETTING BETTER OR………………………..

Asked what it will take to get the program to the next level following the poor finish to the 2009-10 season, Nessman said: “To bump above that” — meaning the current plateau — “we have to recruit above that. And … Continue reading

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