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This Just In - Jamar out for season

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I wish Jamar a speedy recovery and now it's time to root on the rest of the Danes.


If it's true adversity builds character our players and yes our coaches will benefit from this.


We all now have to be supportive and patient.


It should be interesting how the Athletic Administration views this and how much support they will give to the players and the coaching staff.


Patience is a virtue!!!!

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A few thoughts on Wilson:

1. Didn't Wilson hurt his knee over the summer when he missed the Empire State Games?


2. How bad must the Albany Orthopedic Surgeon and Jack feel that they let Wilson play against Colgate?


3. A redshirt would actually work well - give him an improved chance of graduating also an increased chance at making the tournament.

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1. jamar hurt his ankle this summer and probably could have played but the coaching staff did not want to risk it.


2. They should feel bad but not terrible, it was a tough call. Fractures are quite hard to read. Thank goodness Coach brown pushed for a second opinion. He definitely had Jamar's interst at heart.


3. The redshirt is what is best for Jamar and will also prove to be best for the program in the long run.


4. Now let's hope McElroy and the administration has patience with Coach Brown.

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