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Posted: Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014, 9:41 PM
by Doink
A win/win.

Cuonzo Martin gets a new start in a new place. Good for him and his family. Heard that he took a selfie while at the CAL
baseball game. Learning slowly that college basketball is part entertainment and interaction with fans. I personally don't see this Berkeley, CA job as a fit either. But Cuonzo's
clock starts over and maybe develops into a head coach who competes for 5 months.

I wanted Mick Cronin because he is not in a good situation and
not too expensive to get. I thought he wanted out. I loved that Cronin had a 17 game winning streak. I want a coach who can win on the road versus a quality opponent. A NCAA team pretty much every year.

Now Donnie Tyndall

I like the hire. All three Martin, Cronin, and Tyndall do not have exciting offenses. I do make the distinction of dumb decisions on offense. I hope Tyndall will sit a player who does something dumb on the court. I hope CDT makes Bert Bertelkamp proud as much as he has suffered through so much bad basketball period. Bert is a super fan.

I know CDT goes hard after JUCOs and that is what is needed.
His winning and beating better teams must mean he can develop
players which is so needed. On and off the court CDT will work hard promoting basketball and excitement which is key in the South.

I welcome you Coach Donnie Tyndall and staff to Knoxville, TN. I believe this a fit and a winning hire.

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6515 Kingston Pike
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400 Neyland Drive
Knoxville, TN

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Knoxville, TN

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