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Improving the talent level is obviously critical. Just as critical will be establishing an effective offensive and defensive scheme coupled with a level of team discipline and hard work which was lacking in the games I watched.
 
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She would be a nice addition and would give us a fourth top 100 player on the roster. That's a significant upgrade. We've moving in the right direction.
Actually I think we currently have 5. Bostic, Jackson,Cook, Bryant and McKenzie. Peebles was 104. The talent should be there.
 
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Tacomallini

Washington State
Not sure if this was reported here in any way. (I'm a Loyalty regular, but just in the Men's basketball forums). Here's a link from a few days ago about the passing of retired UIUC Professor Steve Douglas. He was a college player at KSU and the first Illinois Women's coach. I had a couple classes with him at UIUC. A very good person, imho. Apologies for any duplication of posts.
 
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I haven’t seen any film but she only averaged 4 minutes a game last year for her JC. There may be a reason to look beyond the limited playing time, but it does not inspire confidence.
 
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True, but rebuilding the program and you can't teach height
 
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Things have been quiet for a while. Any livestream bóng đá tv rumors about summer practices? Are we making progress?
 
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illini80

Forgottonia
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pruman91

Paducah, Ky
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PEORIA, Illinois — A professional contract had been signed, and it looked like Shauna Green was set for a pro career in Europe.
She had graduated from Canisius as the program’s all-time leading scorer and was getting ready to play in Luxembourg, until a foot injury threw a wrench in those plans for a professional career.
“I couldn’t run,” Green said at an Illini Tailgate event in Peoria. “I just couldn’t. I had to get my agent to get me out of the contract.”
That sent her down a coaching path, starting as an assistant at Division III Loras College that July. Since then she’s had a rise through the coaching ranks over 20 years to become the woman tasked with turning around a struggling Illinois women’s basketball program.

That coaching career that came out of bad luck has turned into her becoming one of the up-and-coming coaches in the country.