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Last game of the regular season. Team is on a slide going into game 30 at home vs. SBU. A loss there gives this game 0 value. A win might make this important for a home game in the playoffs (unlikely)

(I'm sure they are all individually fine men but...) This team sucks so bad. Honestly, if every single player quit and left the team and we started from scratch, I'd be more pumped about the future

What an absolutely depressing state this program is in.  The team has no game plan other than chuck it up or see what Ahmad can do.  The modern basketball game has passed this program by. 

11 hours ago, Bball2020 said:

Any one got the contract stats for ae?

Without posting peoples personal details, most of this info is publicly available. I won't post specifics but...

- Highest paid coach in the AE is Ryan Odom, Maine pays the least with UNH a close second from the bottom. Albany pays second most. The range is roughly speaking $425k-150k

Of more interest I think is the overall support for the programs in questions. SBU spends the most at 2.2mill/year Albany spends 1.7mill which is inline with the rest of the AE (top half). SBU is a bit of an outlier. Note, these numbers are slightly trailing by about 1 to 2 years due to the fact that information is gathered and compiled by the department of Ed on semi regular basis...but in my years of tracking this data, you can tack on a few % points every year. Albany is probably closer to 1.8 or 1.9mill now. 

 

My point is this...Albany does not have an institutional support problem..I know in the past we lagged on COLA but that was rectified last year. We all know facilities matter, we've all seen the preliminary SEFCU renovation drawings, we know for a fact that SEFCU renovations are in planning stages (RFP's went out last summer for updating plan), we know PhysEd building is scheduled for a $50mill renovation and is in schematic stage now. 

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