Debbie Yow and Greg Doyel Attempt Character Assasination On Gary Williams

It's all over the news wires.  Debbie Yow publicly called out and blamed Gary Williams for her inability to hire a coach at NC State.  She did this, of course, during the press conference announcing Mark Gottfried as the new coach of the Wolfpack.

Savvy.  How's that for a ringing endorsement for the new guy? Yow just announced,  "So I couldn't get who I wanted and it's not my fault that this was the best I could do."

Sheesh.  And I thought Kevin Anderson mishandled the Ralph Friedgen firing.  What an idiot she is. 

To make matters worse, professional weasel and CBS Sports writer, Greg Doyel, inserted himself into the proceedings with an insult-laced diatribe directed at Gary Williams.

Not only is it incredibly unprofessional for a reporter to publicly disparage someone; it also displays how desperate Doyel is for a little notoriety.  After all, who would have read his article about NC State hiring Mark Gottfried otherwise?  Has anyone ever said, "that Greg Doyel is one helluva a sports writer.  I love reading his take on things"? All you need to know about Gregg Doyel is that he has showed up in the press box sporting a mohawk.  What a tool!  This guy is so desperate for attention.

Earth to Doyel:  Gary Williams doesn't return your calls because he doesn't give a shit about you or your fishing expedition for a ginned up story.  The fact that you think Gary would dignify your insinuations with a response says more about you and the exaggerated view you have of yourself than it does about him.

What's more, Gary Williams has an impeccable record as a coach.  He has never committed a recruiting violation and always plays by the rules.  With all of the charlatans out there grabbing headlines (Calipari and Calhoun); why is Gregg Doyel picking a fight with Gary?
Author: Jeremy | 4/5/2011 6:29:56 PM |

Faust and Bruenig On Display at NeXt All-American Classic

Nick Faust and Martin Brueing played in the NeXt All-American Classic on Sunday at the Sears Centre outside of Chicago.  I was among the sparsely attended crowd.  In fact, to say the arena was sparsely populated is a gross understatement. I've been at women's roller derby events with larger crowds.  If you removed family members from [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 4/3/2011 6:03:03 PM |

NeXt All-American Classic

Nick Faust and Martin Bruenig are playing in the NeXt All-American Classic in suburban Chicago this afternoon.  I'll be attending and will share my thoughts after the game. I'll also be trying to figure out why the event organizers choose to spell "next" with a capital "X". Don't expect an answer there; but do expect [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 4/3/2011 9:37:10 AM |

Jordan Williams Enters Name In NBA Draft

Well, it is official.  Jordan Williams will test the NBA waters this year.  My link creator is not working on this computer so he is the link to the news: The article points toward the possibility that Williams could indeed return to school depending on how he is evaluated.  As long as th [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 3/29/2011 7:17:15 AM |

Returning Players - First Look At The Starters

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Author: Jeremy | 3/28/2011 2:11:52 PM |

Returning Players - First Look At The Backcourt Bench

Before I continue the discussion about next year; I want to make it clear that I don't plan on discussing the future of Jordan Williams.  Everything that has been said through blogs and twitter is hearsay at this point.  Jordan hasn't said anything publicly.  It is routine for rising sophomores and juniors to test the NBA waters in w [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 3/24/2011 11:03:19 AM |

Returning Players - First Look

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Author: Jeremy | 3/22/2011 5:44:36 PM |

Justin Anderson Commits To Maryland

The Montrose Christian Twitter feed (@MontroseHoops) made it official.  Justin Anderson committed to Maryland today.  Anderson is an athletic freak who can play above the rim which something that Maryland has lacked in recent seasons.  - ESPN lists him as the #50th best recruit in 2012 class. - Rivals lists him as the #43 [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 3/17/2011 12:30:20 PM |

Justin Anderson Commitment Thread

The Terps could land their first major signing for the 2012 class today.  Justin Anderson is expected to announce his college choice on Comcast Sports Washington this afternoon. It is widely expected that Anderson will choose Maryland over UNC and UVA.  He's likely passing on UNC because the Tarheels just got a verbal from combo guard [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 3/17/2011 7:08:25 AM |

Morning Links

If it were possible to summarize the sentiments of the fan base through a three minute cartoon; these guys did it: <object width="480" height="390"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" valu [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 3/15/2011 7:17:00 AM |
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