Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

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Re: Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

Postby Rollbird5 » April 17th, 2017, 2:50 pm

Cdizzle wrote:I think the larger question regarding Hawkins is not why he is not returning next year, but how he was ever eligible to play to begin with.

I think his major was university studies which probably equates to him taking the easiest classes our school has to offer lol
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Re: Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

Postby JBoss8393 » April 18th, 2017, 10:40 am

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Redhawk wrote:McIntosh leaving is a big blow to ISUr next year mainly because he would have provided Senior leadership on a roster full of transfers and newcomers. This was not exactly a shock though and HCDM has still been actively recruiting for at least two more roster spots. Dan has become pretty good at restocking his roster after a plethora of transfers during his tenure so I will be anxious to see what he is able to do to fill MM's roster spot.


These are the types of losses this conference can't accept after losing Creighton and Wichita. We need to keep our good players in the conference...

Reggie Lynch (ISUr)
Nic Moore (ISUr)
MiKyle Mcintosh (ISUr)
Jordan Caroline (SIU)
Marcus Marshall (MSU)
Domenic Olyczak (Drake - I had to of botched his spelling)

ISUr is getting destroyed with these transfers and they happen frequently.



Forget Nick Zeisloft (ISUr), went to Indiana now playing professional for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants
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Re: Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

Postby BirdsEyeView » April 18th, 2017, 12:35 pm

JBoss8393 wrote:
BirdsEyeView wrote:
Redhawk wrote:McIntosh leaving is a big blow to ISUr next year mainly because he would have provided Senior leadership on a roster full of transfers and newcomers. This was not exactly a shock though and HCDM has still been actively recruiting for at least two more roster spots. Dan has become pretty good at restocking his roster after a plethora of transfers during his tenure so I will be anxious to see what he is able to do to fill MM's roster spot.


These are the types of losses this conference can't accept after losing Creighton and Wichita. We need to keep our good players in the conference...

Reggie Lynch (ISUr)
Nic Moore (ISUr)
MiKyle Mcintosh (ISUr)
Jordan Caroline (SIU)
Marcus Marshall (MSU)
Domenic Olyczak (Drake - I had to of botched his spelling)

ISUr is getting destroyed with these transfers and they happen frequently.



Forget Nick Zeisloft (ISUr), went to Indiana now playing professional for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants


Oh yes! And Johnny Hill - Purdue
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Re: Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

Postby Jsnhbe1Birds » April 18th, 2017, 12:38 pm

Seems like ISU has more transfers than normal (kind of a pun). Maybe there is a cultural problem at ISU
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Re: Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

Postby RoyalShock » April 18th, 2017, 12:53 pm

BirdsEyeView wrote:McIntosh was being recruited as early as January by p5 schools. Voices in his ear half the season!


That's the part that is going to be extremely difficult, if not impossible to change.

The graduate transfer rule was well-intentioned, but I think it's been used more than anticipated.
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Re: Who Wins the MVC in 2017-18?

Postby Red » April 19th, 2017, 11:34 am

RoyalShock wrote:The Redbirds' stock just took a dip.

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ISU coach Dan Muller said MiKyle McIntosh will declare for NBA Draft and then graduate and transfer if he doesn't go pro.

Yea, disappointing to say the least to have all these guys leave us in recent years. I'm not saying we'd have been as good as what WSU had on the court, but I'd like to think we would have danced at least once.

Hearing McIntosh could end up at Oregon.
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