Abell to make decision tomorrow

8 comments by   |   Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 4:43 pm EDT

Indiana transfer Remy Abell said by text message Thursday that he will be making his decision on a transfer school tomorrow. He said he will not be making a visit to St. Mary’s because of a dead period, but will still consider the Gaels along with Xavier and St. Louis. He visited both of those schools in the past week. He said that both visits went well.

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8 comments:
#1
Docdave
Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 8:43 PM EDT

File this under the heading: who cares?

 
#2
coachv
Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 10:17 PM EDT

^ words. I smell mouseketeers.

 
#3
stevert
Friday, May 17, 2013 - 10:06 AM EDT

Thought he had already picked Saint Louis. Anyway, good luck Remy.

 
#4 Friday, May 17, 2013 - 10:33 AM EDT

It will be interesting to see which school God leads him to.

 
#5
Higgi
Friday, May 17, 2013 - 11:43 AM EDT

Good luck at Xavier Remy…

 
#6
Lord of the 1-3-1
Friday, May 17, 2013 - 1:31 PM EDT

Dustin: You mentioned getting the ball where you wanted to against the 1-3-1..What did you…What sorta changed, I guess..What did you guys figure out as it went along.

Ton Crean: We just moved the ball better..It wasn’t anything. It wasn’t anything..It was stuff that we worked on…There’s certain things we want to do against their 1-3-1…and when we did them we got the ball where we wanted it…and, um…and, um…and it moves. That’s about what I got.

Dustin: (?)

Tom Crean: Dustin, you got another point?

Dustin: No(obvious irritation in his abrupt response).

Tom Crean: You sure?

Dustin: (?)

 
#7
Lord of the 1-3-1
Friday, May 17, 2013 - 1:53 PM EDT

Essence of Aruss.

 
#8
Classic Post..........
Friday, May 17, 2013 - 11:05 PM EDT

A blast in the past into Lunatic Harvard. Thanks for the material..

#13
Lord of the Gort Benson
Thursday, February 7, 2013 – 6:44 PM UTC
@fairfield-
Here are the Cliffs Notes for the image;
-Sampson represents the ‘long arm’ of the Establishment.
-The long arm reaching for the phone is obviously symbolic to the corruption within the Establishment bringing down one of their own(the NCAA’s investigation into Sampson’s 3-way phone calls)to retain a public image of credibility.
-Sampson now works in the Establishment underground with full support the media, the new hire, and those close to the program, as part of the deal to use him as the “goat” to take down a basketball program he served as secret infiltrator.
-Benson Gort symbolize the simpleton Hoosier fans that buy into anything the Establishment feeds them. Once supreme in intellect to the common basketball fan, Gort was captured by Dan Dakich, reprogrammed, an now has no ability to perceive reality. He is merely a helpless product of a stagnant future. He remains useful as the memory a Kent Benson hook shot. Clinging to old memories and old culture, he is a robotic slave to the Establishment.
-Dustin symbolizes the humble decent man…Caught in the system he so dearly wish he had the inner strength to pull away. He is dutiful and dedicated, but he is longing for more meaning in his life. In the deep reserves his heart, he despised the Establishment organization lost(the contempt for the Establishment symbolized by paper, the printouts, and the bureaucracy chaining him to be the constricted, military-styled, regimented journalist, he never desired to be.
Tom Crean represents the blind faith in it all. The tongue hanging out the mouth is the gluttony of speech to ward of all remaining truth.

 


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