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Old 08-18-2022, 03:17 PM   #26
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ask. most have settled. Victory added union kid back, who is on his 4th school in 2 years. Owasso added rejoices best. Catoosa added a one at least.
Disgusting. Ossaa is pathetic. Theyll hammer some 5k person farm town kid (much like the NCAA) who has to drive 45 mins every day to be on a competent team and face some decent competition, but city schools do whatever they want
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Old 08-18-2022, 03:18 PM   #27
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I'm not crazy about the new (barely) limited transfers, either, but as long as these are the rules, I can without hesitation celebrate an OU player getting the same consideration other program's players are receiving. There's nothing remotely hypocritical about it. You proceed according to the rules as they stand, even as you might hope those rules will change in the future.
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Old 08-19-2022, 06:55 AM   #28
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I'm shocked....
Imagine posting crap like this because somebody has a different opinion than you do.

You sure you don't want to make a lame Kelvin Sampson/University of Houston joke too?

Lame.
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Old 08-19-2022, 07:30 AM   #29
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Imagine posting crap like this because somebody has a different opinion than you do.

You sure you don't want to make a lame Kelvin Sampson/University of Houston joke too?

Lame.
I love KS as much as you do. Probably more. Have a signed ball in my office and couple jerseys at the house.

But almost any shot at current OU and you're walking through the door.
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Old 08-19-2022, 07:59 AM   #30
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I love KS as much as you do. Probably more. Have a signed ball in my office and couple jerseys at the house.

But almost any shot at current OU and you're walking through the door.
I didn't take a shot at OU.

I took a shot at the NCAA and their current transfer waiver policy.

You only see it as a shot at OU b/c you like to stir up drama. As a grown man. Maybe get another hobby?
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Old 08-19-2022, 08:47 AM   #31
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I didn't take a shot at OU.

I took a shot at the NCAA and their current transfer waiver policy.

You only see it as a shot at OU b/c you like to stir up drama. As a grown man. Maybe get another hobby?
nvm.

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Old 08-19-2022, 04:36 PM   #33
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There won’t be any blame from fans like me. You’ll get nothing but praise for a job well done!

I’m here to welcome Grant and Joe Bam to the team, and I don’t really give a rat’s rear end who doesn’t like it! I have witnessed too many disappointments in recruiting over the years to care what people think about an occasional victory!!
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I'm feeling a bit dim; I didn't understand that tweet. What am I missing?
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Old 08-19-2022, 06:59 PM   #35
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I'm feeling a bit dim; I didn't understand that tweet. What am I missing?
I could be wrong, but I think that tweet was from the compliance department “taking the blame” for “this one too,” (meaning Joe Bam.) I chose to praise them for their efforts.

Grant and Joe Bam didn’t make the rules. They deserve our full support!
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Old 08-19-2022, 10:14 PM   #36
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I could be wrong, but I think that tweet was from the compliance department “taking the blame” for “this one too,” (meaning Joe Bam.) I chose to praise them for their efforts.

Grant and Joe Bam didn’t make the rules. They deserve our full support!
I guess I understood it better than I thought. Thanks, Ada.
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I'm feeling a bit dim; I didn't understand that tweet. What am I missing?
I think they are saying they get blamed for a lot. Sometimes true and sometimes not… they want some good credit.
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Yeah, that's what I figured. I guess I just didn't understand that Bamisile getting his waiver was due to the efforts of the compliance department (of whom I'm a big fan, by the way--I want OU athletics to be squeaky clean).
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Yeah, that's what I figured. I guess I just didn't understand that Bamisile getting his waiver was due to the efforts of the compliance department (of whom I'm a big fan, by the way--I want OU athletics to be squeaky clean).
Everything goes thru compliance!
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Everyone on here is just old. Let the kids play where they want to.
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Everyone on here is just old. Let the kids play where they want to.
Aside from “just let the kids play where they want” being a terrible argument, if it happens I’ll be done with the sport. So I assume you are cool with midseason transfers without penalty? And unlimited transfer? Just let them play where they want right?
No offense, but there’s a reason “old” people don’t like it. It’s because they have experience and know what it will do to the game.

It’s bad for basketball and bad for building young men. Instead of earning time and fighting through adversity, they will just transfer when it gets hard.
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Aside from “just let the kids play where they want” being a terrible argument, if it happens I’ll be done with the sport. So I assume you are cool with midseason transfers without penalty? And unlimited transfer? Just let them play where they want right?
No offense, but there’s a reason “old” people don’t like it. It’s because they have experience and know what it will do to the game.

It’s bad for basketball and bad for building young men. Instead of earning time and fighting through adversity, they will just transfer when it gets hard.
we are pretty much already there ..
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OU compliance has been a huge issue for basketball! We had probably the cleanest coach in the NCAA and he had issues with them. Cost us a couple players over the years.
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OU compliance has been a huge issue for basketball! We had probably the cleanest coach in the NCAA and he had issues with them. Cost us a couple players over the years.
Wish I had known about that, Vbdad! I might have tempered my horn tootin on their behalf.
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Old 08-23-2022, 04:51 PM   #47
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OU compliance has been a huge issue for basketball! We had probably the cleanest coach in the NCAA and he had issues with them. Cost us a couple players over the years.
I assume they're more strict on basketball than football.
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OU compliance has been a huge issue for basketball! We had probably the cleanest coach in the NCAA and he had issues with them. Cost us a couple players over the years.
Hopefully, that will begin to change as it has with the football program. We really need a guy like turnipseed for the basketball program. Someone who can act like a CEO and get **** done to put the program in the best position for success. Someone who can align the donors and maximize everything to our benefit.

Let the coaches coach and recruit while the CEO organizes the donor base to give the coaches everything they need to succeed.
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OU compliance has been a huge issue for basketball! We had probably the cleanest coach in the NCAA and he had issues with them. Cost us a couple players over the years.
Ou compliance is not a value add at all. It needs to be gutted.
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Joe Bam is a really exciting player! This team is going to be so much more talented than last year.
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