Monthly Archives: May 2012

ONE YEAR FROM NOW

SJS will have a new basketball coach. A done deal. But who is the 64 million dollar question, or in this case, the $500,000 one. It would be now if TB hasn’t displayed his greater allegiance to his DLS clan … Continue reading

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SO BLEYMEIER IS THE ONE

It’s a done deal. GB is the one. He’s also the one who fired Greg Graham in (142-112) 2010 with a year remaining on his contract. 09-10 Boise State 15-17 08-09 Boise State 19-13 07-08 Boise State 25-9 06-07 Boise … Continue reading

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SLOPPY SECONDS

So Marie TuiteĀ  is not going to pursue the open AD position at SJS Because Gene Bleymaier has the job nailed down For the cave dwellers and Kool Aid bathers, GB was fired as the AD at Boise State for … Continue reading

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STOCKHOLM SYNDROME SJS BASKETBALL STYLE

Feelings of trust or affection felt in many cases of kidnapping or hostage-taking by a victim toward a captor. 1-13 in the WAC, a diluted conference at best this year, and already the SJS slaves are feeling beholden to their … Continue reading

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To: Sir You Payup For The Outlandish Actions of Others or Shutup Now

STATUS QUO blathers: otherwise, all your ‘complaints ‘ and ‘pleadings’ (withOUT ponying up that CASH) are, just, hollow rhetoric, pure and simple! LOL, pure and simple haven’t been ingredients for SJSU basketball in decades Rhetoric, yes By the s**tload Mr. … Continue reading

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THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY

TB did do some good. Sweet Jesus did I just type that? Hiring Dick Tomey was a smart move. Ditto for hiring George Nessman. Getting the incoming/outgoing money flow in athletics into some degree of order was most necessary. Doing … Continue reading

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Fungibility and trust

So Marie Tuite wants people to quit holding back their donations. (The host decided not to take calls, but said they would have her back for a studio interview, and they would take calls at that time. It was a … Continue reading

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