Tnobes wrote: ↑December 9th, 2022, 7:05 pm Deion and others hired at the same time have already hired some staff so yes he should be announcing hires ASAP because current players and recruits and transfer portal kids probably want to know who assistant coaches are going to be. Someone should be posting on his account for him to show action and activity.I agree with the activity part. I don't think it's a great look to have a new head coach looking dormant on social right after getting hired. It shouldn't be on him, get the man a person to handle that but not posting seems like a giant missed opportunity.
BlueBlood wrote: ↑December 9th, 2022, 10:23 pm Would absolutely love to retain Aldridge, but I’m not very optimistic. If he were being retained, there would be no reason for Chadwell not to announce that he is being retained. Most would see it as a relief. Freeze said he was retaining Coach Williams in his introductory speach. Also, Aldridge has no mention of or retweets of anything relating to Chadwell.Losing Aldridge would be unfortunate.
Liberty22 wrote: ↑January 8th, 2023, 12:29 am On a related note, it’s neat to see the things Solmaz is tweeting. Things from here, the LTBC, and such. She seems to genuinely be happy to be here!I agree, it's great to see the involvement. Not to be cynical, but I think it will take some time being around before I'd say any of the Chadwell's are genuinely happy at Liberty. Not saying they won't be or anything like that.
Ill flame wrote:I hope it is his dream job but he had three very good seasons after inheriting a mediocre team and the best offer he allegedly got was Georgia tech. Thats strange for a coach with his track record. Maybe he decided it would be better to take the safe money now instead of risking it considering how bad his defenses have been at CCU.Or maybe he decided LU offers a best fit in terms of his own priorities and how he likes to run things. We don't know him yet, but I've seen him at a couple of basketball games now and he's always engaging with fans. To me so far, he comes across as more genuine when it comes to his faith than HCHF did. The money, facilities, athletics funding and support programs LU has were certainly a draw for him, but I think being in a place that shares the same belief system as opposed to merely tolerating it was perhaps the biggest driver for him. I think it's the same reason why McKay is still here. They're culture guys and see coaching as part of something larger than just a job/career. I think that's what McCaw is looking for in his coaches, both current and future. So far, he seems to be doing pretty well.
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