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Username Post: The state of Brown hoops
mrjames 
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02-25-17 06:38 PM - Post#223576    
    In response to SomeGuy

Brown's a 300s program without Mike. I'd be patient. Yes, the transfers hurt, and that's on Mike, but he's bringing in quality players to a school that wouldn't otherwise be getting them. Desmond Cambridge could be a star in this league as a frosh. He's got some serviceable bigs coming in that should stop the bleeding inside after Maia and CK's departures. Still some targets out there too that could make push this class closer to the HYPP ones that are pretty stellar.

Now that Cormier was let go and Kyle left for USF, Mike is clearly the top "Performance Over What Resources Would Suggest" coach in the Ivy League and would have been in the conversation with those two even if they were still here.

If the plan is to sign a coach for near 7-figures and extend a proportional increase in resources surrounding the program, shoot for the moon, folks. But taking resources as given, you're gonna be really hard pressed to do better than Mike.
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