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Dane Pound

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  1. <begin sarcasm> It's really great to see political rancor on this board. It's really hard to find that anywhere else on the internet. <end sarcasm>
  2. This thread has tended to swerve into political nonsense that can be found on reddit, facebook or a zillion other sites that aren't about UAlbany athletics. If we could keep the topic to whether there will be a season next year or now, that would be awesome. Thanks, DP
  3. Funny that you mention Lamb in this thread. Kellon Taylor is basically the same height as Lamb and Andrew Garcia who were two of the better PFs in our conference. Sam Rowley was about the same size and our best post player in the D1 era. If we bring in another big, Taylor can certainly play up front. He was recruited to some A-10 and CAA schools coming out of high school and higher offers for football. I have to wonder if Duquense was the only school who would let him play both sports. I don't know much about the guy, but I have to say, a guy playing two D1 sports is probably a pretty hard worker.
  4. According to twitter, we've offered Isiah Jones, a 6'8 grad transfer from Southern Miss of Conference USA. Sounds like he'd have two years of eligibility.
  5. The AE board had a "What If" thread about recuits/players that didn't pan out. The Gallup thing was rough because he would have played a couple of years with Jamar had he not transferred. We could have been respectable much quicker. Things didn't turn out so bad though.
  6. Sounds like the one time waiver went from "lock" to "shaky". NCAA board of governors recommended against it today. If it doesn't pass, I wonder where this leaves us with Gates if he has to sit a year.
  7. Shaker was a freshman last year so he'll only be a sophomore. Still that's a lot of juniors. Was thinking the instant transfer rule better be a lock. Otherwise our only other incoming front court player (Gates) would have to sit a year.
  8. Shane O'dell will be playing his college basketball at a school on Western Ave. but it will be a little further downtown. He recently committed to St. Rose.
  9. According to Jon Rothstein, we have road games at Marquette and at Minnesota.
  10. New Oreans PF Gerrale Gates is transferring to Albany. Played two years at New Orleans and averaged roughly 8 pts and 5 rebounds his first two years there. Was the Southland Conference Freshman of the Year last year.
  11. Kind of funny that you mention Mike Black and late signings together. If I remember right, Mike Black was a late signing. I think he originally committed to North Florida and their coach was fired so he came to Albany instead. That was a different time though.
  12. Agreed. At least, I hope it needs to be changed.
  13. Coming off an injury is always a concern but this looks like a solid pickup. I think the Patriot League doesn't allow fifth-year seniors so he had to transfer if I'm not mistaken. Like Click said, another veteran guard is a good addition.
  14. JUCO guard Jaylon Homes has announced he'll make a decision on April 15th. He's down to us, Wright State, Western Michigan, Portland, and Towson.
  15. You're right. Hartford is a good example of that this year. I kinda think that's the exception but we'll see.
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