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    Vic got beat 92 - 58 by West Virginia today

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    True beat down.

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    Kind of funny

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    Go Eers!

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    he will take some lumps rebuilding- but we all know in 2 years they will be top 10 on the reg
    Just out here kicking rocks

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    Wonder if he regrets leaving MSU for Texas? I know he had family reasons but if he wants to coach a lot longer, idk if that was the best place for him to go. Like Mullen the table was set at MSU.

    I don't wish Vic bad though, what would be the point? He gave a lot to MSU, didn't like the way it ended but coaching changes are never pleasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    he will take some lumps rebuilding- but we all know in 2 years they will be top 10 on the reg
    Facts. Believe he has two top 20 players signed.

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    Yeah and remember we got beat by 60 by a top team and a year later beat that team in Final 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R2Dawg View Post
    Wonder if he regrets leaving MSU for Texas? I know he had family reasons but if he wants to coach a lot longer, idk if that was the best place for him to go. Like Mullen the table was set at MSU.

    I don't wish Vic bad though, what would be the point? He gave a lot to MSU, didn't like the way it ended but coaching changes are never pleasant.
    He may personally regret it but strictly by facilities and resources he has everything he needs at Texas to be very successful and have a long career there. I?d be shocked if he didn?t succeed at a very level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    he will take some lumps rebuilding- but we all know in 2 years they will be top 10 on the reg
    Or he could revert back to his Sam Houston Days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezsoil View Post
    Or he could revert back to his Sam Houston Days
    Nobody thinks that will happen. Coaches learn along the way. Vic apparently did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezsoil View Post
    Or he could revert back to his Sam Houston Days
    Yep, in his only HC job before MSU he went 80-110. No way at Texas does anyone think anything like that would happen but it will be interesting to see if he can get Texas to the level he got State. He was given tremendous support by the fanbase at State and had a very rare chemistry here that is not always easy to recreate. I'm not really sure how many people at Texas really even give a crap about their WBB program. Texas can't even get their football program rolling where the entire fanbase cares and they have the largest athletic budget in the country.

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    Texas boosters will provide him all the money he needs to buy players like he did at State. His recruiting class at Texas is already showing they are. He will be fine.

    And before anybody gets on here and raises hell about my post- every recruit in the country for the sports of football and basketball gets paid. Baseball recruits also get money in the form of random scholarship money or payments as well. Top recruits dont go anywhere these days without payment. They know their worth
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    Texas boosters will provide him all the money he needs to buy players like he did at State.
    And, this formula is working out so well for the Texas football team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    Texas boosters will provide him all the money he needs to buy players like he did at State. His recruiting class at Texas is already showing they are. He will be fine.

    And before anybody gets on here and raises hell about my post- every recruit in the country for the sports of football and basketball gets paid. Baseball recruits also get money in the form of random scholarship money or payments as well. Top recruits dont go anywhere these days without payment. They know their worth
    Boosters actually buy players in WBK. What's a top 20 player cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Boosters actually buy players in WBK. What's a top 20 player cost?
    A lifetime TiK Tok subscription

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiscuitEater View Post
    And, this formula is working out so well for the Texas football team!
    Don't bring facts into this; folks opinions can't handle facts. Reality is it ain't all about money and top 20 recruits like so many think. Is it a factor, sure but that ain't it. Our best football teams were not highly ranked or bought off. Take our mens bball team this year. Everyone said we would suck, well best team in a while.

    Texas may get back in football but they look like Tenn or Nebraska right now. Vic will win, now how big is yet to be seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezsoil View Post
    Or he could revert back to his Sam Houston Days
    Vic a little too old to revert back to those days...

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    Texas will be a top 5-10 program in a couple of years and will stay there ..
    he can flat out coach and will recruit better at Texas than he did here...

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    Sort of enjoy watching him go thru the trials of a rebuild, but agree that he will eventually get it done. Doubt he has many regrets about leaving. He can now transfer to A&M when Blair retires which he couldn?t do at MSU due to contract restrictions. Hail State & good luck 2 Nikki & the Lady Dogs.

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