- Apr 19, 2010
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The much more logical conclusion is that a coach getting paid millions of dollars a year to win games would purposefully play a player he thinks give us a worse chance to win because he likes that person.
That checks out.
He doesn't have to be behind anyone. Perform and you get carries.I am sad to see him go, really am, he was a beast for us and can only get better. I just don’t understand what people don’t understand about this move though. He showed how elite he is and doesn’t want to be behind anyone on the depth chart. Plain and simple.
Bucky is going to get his carries because he brings a unique skill set. Potts & Thomas are essentially interchangeable in terms of skill sets.I have zero insight, but at the beginning of the year, I kept wondering where Ky was. It's as if he was forgotten or not even considered. Even after the first couple of injuries, Bucky got into games and Ky was no where to be seen. I honestly think that caused a little resentment in Ky, probably not buying 100% into Fleck anymore. And now knowing these injured guys are coming back, he would just rather go elsewhere, where he hopes to be the feature back.
Good deal. Unfortunately, that requires the player announcing it like Nnamdi appears to be doing. I have a level of respect for the transfer kids who are handling themselves differently than their first go-around. Shows a level of maturity in my book but it makes it difficult to track their process.Twitter mostly from what I’ve seen.
He’d have to share carries with Deuce Vaughn if he goes to KSU.K-State was the first place I thought of when Ky entered the portal. First they went after Knuth the weekend before signing day, now possibly this. Maybe a little bad blood brewing between Klieman and Fleck.