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  • dave67dave67 Wealthy Alum
    He's a Fab choice.
  • digitalhawkdigitalhawk Senior Barfly
  • Professor_FateProfessor_Fate Wealthy Alum
    Cleveland State is a disaster.  What the article didn't mention is Waters next to last season, he had 2 senior guards transfer out on the 5th year rule.  Those were his 2 leading scorers and CSU should have not only contended for the Horizon League, but were a favorite to make a dent in the NCAA's.  One guard transferred to Louisville and the other guard went someplace bigger.  CSU never could recover and that lead to the first of the 9 win seasons.

    Jermaine would do well to stay at Kansas State.
  • laxdaddylaxdaddy Senior Barfly

    Cleveland State is a disaster.  What the article didn't mention is Waters next to last season, he had 2 senior guards transfer out on the 5th year rule.  Those were his 2 leading scorers and CSU should have not only contended for the Horizon League, but were a favorite to make a dent in the NCAA's.  One guard transferred to Louisville and the other guard went someplace bigger.  CSU never could recover and that lead to the first of the 9 win seasons.

    Jermaine would do well to stay at Kansas State.
    I would think the CSU might be lucrative for Jermaine in that it would likely get him over 20 years in the Ohio state pension plan He has 15 years at Miami and another couple at CSU. That might be something nice to have in his hip pocket. The higher salary of the head coach position would also give his final pension a significant boost.
    skin66AORedHawk33
  • NickskinNickskin Wealthy Alum
    If not Jermaine....then hire Chet Mason.  Cleveland State would do well to mine the local talent.
    AORedHawk33
  • hawkattack06hawkattack06 Off-Campus Slummer
    Looks like a very good hire on paper. Going to be tough to turn the Viking ship around.
  • NickskinNickskin Wealthy Alum
    edited September 23
    Ryan Pedon gets pay raise at Ohio State with a new 2-year contract.



    Pedon, who made $395,000 each of the past two years, will be the
    highest-paid assistant coach for the third year in a row. He was given a
    six-figure raise and will make $500,000 each of the next two years

    ....


    If any of the assistant coaches choose to leave Ohio State to become a
    coach at the Division-I level or in the NBA before their contracts end,
    they would have to pay $50,000 and return "bonuses and supplemental
    compensation" to the university. They also won't be allowed to contact
    or recruit anybody that Ohio State had been recruiting unless their new
    team had also been recruiting the player.




    All three assistant coaches will be eligible for a trio of bonuses based on the team's performance:




    • Ohio State becomes Big Ten champions or co-champions: 8.5 percent raise

    • Ohio State reaches the Final Four: 8.5 percent raise

    • Ohio State wins the national championship: 15 percent raise


    Pedon, Johnson and Diebler also each have a stipend of $600 per month
    to pay for a car. They'll each get four tickets to home football games,
    eight tickets to home basketball games and four tickets to postseason
    basketball games.

    .
    Professor_Fategentbaseball12DICK
  • RenmancoRenmanco Wealthy Alum
    JWags said:

    Renmanco said:

    JWags said:

    UK is giving Calipari the Coach K contract. It's conceivable he could still bolt, but I doubt it.


    LA Times is now reporting that the leaders for the UCLA job are Jamie Dixon, Mick Cronin, and Randy (not Tony) Bennett.
    Those are three TERRIBLE options. Have some pride, UCLA.
    Willing to pay well short of what other Blue Bloods would pay (likely inflated contract numbers for Calipari aside), less resources, bad commercial flights.  If UCLA was any other school in the Pac 12 without the UCLA name, it would be teamed a lower level P6 job comparatively.
    I've been to Lexington and I've been to LA. If given the choice, I'd side with Cal even before we start talking money.
    There is that too. Cal is 60, he’s got a really nice thing going in Lexington, likes it there, will likely get a statue when he retires. He’s not a young buck with something to prove. Why go revive a fallen Giant that’s been a wasteland for a long time? His decision was a no brainer
    Nickskin said:

    Ryan Pedon gets pay raise at Ohio State with a new 2-year contract.



    Pedon, who made $395,000 each of the past two years, will be the
    highest-paid assistant coach for the third year in a row. He was given a
    six-figure raise and will make $500,000 each of the next two years

    ....


    If any of the assistant coaches choose to leave Ohio State to become a
    coach at the Division-I level or in the NBA before their contracts end,
    they would have to pay $50,000 and return "bonuses and supplemental
    compensation" to the university. They also won't be allowed to contact
    or recruit anybody that Ohio State had been recruiting unless their new
    team had also been recruiting the player.




    All three assistant coaches will be eligible for a trio of bonuses based on the team's performance:




    • Ohio State becomes Big Ten champions or co-champions: 8.5 percent raise

    • Ohio State reaches the Final Four: 8.5 percent raise

    • Ohio State wins the national championship: 15 percent raise


    Pedon, Johnson and Diebler also each have a stipend of $600 per month
    to pay for a car. They'll each get four tickets to home football games,
    eight tickets to home basketball games and four tickets to postseason
    basketball games.

    .
    Sweet deal all around.
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