The big names listed so far have to be in the running but this would be my bet as well. When Wake was hiring last year, Miller was in the running (he has some connection there too) but there was a lot of concern he’d leave for UNC once it opened up.Wes Miller, I'd bet on him
A place I could see Eric Mussleman going.
Anyone have any good guesses/suggestions on his replacement?
|2011–12||UNC Greensboro||11–11||10–5||1st (North)|
|2012–13||UNC Greensboro||9–22||6–12||6th (North)|
|2015–16||UNC Greensboro||15–19||10–8||T–5th||CBI Quarterfinals|
|2016–17||UNC Greensboro||25–10||14–4||T–1st||NIT First Round|
|2017–18||UNC Greensboro||27–8||15–3||1st||NCAA Round of 64|
|2018–19||UNC Greensboro||29–7||15–3||2nd||NIT Second Round|
|2020–21||UNC Greensboro||21–8||13–5||1st||NCAA Round of 64|
|UNC Greensboro:||185–134 (.580)||109–66 (.623)|
I agree, the truth is a mixture. I don't know if there was any evidence or not, but I find it very hard to believe that someone in Roy's standing at UNC, that he didn't know what was going on. Just like Clem knew what was going on at Minnesota.You think there was no chance that, as far as Roy honestly knew, "Afro studies" was just an "easy class" that students often took where they didn't have to do much work to get good grades?
Obviously the class went far and above that, to an unacceptable level.
Just wondering if there was any evidence that Roy knew exactly what was going on ... or if it was just a rouge professor who thought that Black students were being taken advantage of and so this was her way of "giving back" to them or some such?
The truth can be mixtures of these, as well. Doesn't have to be binary (and usually isn't).
Miller TIme baby @ Wes Miller
He's had ten years with UNCG, voted best coach under 40 by ESPN and was on a championship team for Roy as a starting PG - he's the next Fleck, Nate Oats, etc....IMO.
He ain't no Matt Doherty!!
UNc's provincialism makes MN look like like a D3 team by the comparison; they always want a Carolina Man. I saw an interview with him and they interviewed Roy as well and Roy encouraged him to walk on from James Madison when he decided to transfer (he was considering Penn or Colombia), as thier staff was so impressed with him when they got to know him in high school, that he told him while he couldn't guarantee playing time, he would groom him to be a coach (they knew Miller as he prepped with Rashad McCants and he used to talk them - they called Miller's phone as McCants didn't own one at the time).
I'd take this record in a heartbeat -
Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason 2011–12 UNC Greensboro 11–11 10–5 1st (North) 2012–13 UNC Greensboro 9–22 6–12 6th (North) 2013–14 UNC Greensboro 14–18 7–9 6th 2014–15 UNC Greensboro 11–22 6–12 T–7th 2015–16 UNC Greensboro 15–19 10–8 T–5th CBI Quarterfinals 2016–17 UNC Greensboro 25–10 14–4 T–1st NIT First Round 2017–18 UNC Greensboro 27–8 15–3 1st NCAA Round of 64 2018–19 UNC Greensboro 29–7 15–3 2nd NIT Second Round 2019–20 UNC Greensboro 23–9 13–5 3rd 2020–21 UNC Greensboro 21–8 13–5 1st NCAA Round of 64 UNC Greensboro: 185–134 (.580) 109–66 (.623) Total: 182–134 (.576)
Granted that you're closer to the truth than people who want to believe that the UNC athletic department concocted a special class just for athletes.Unfortunately this isn't really accurate. The truth is much worse than this. The investigation and resulting report fully admitted the whole thing was a farce, but it was a farce that "benefited" all students, not just athletes.
Fake classes in some "social sciences" are a big part of academia now. It would almost be unfair to not let the athletes in on the joke. If school accreditation was still an actual honest thing, UNC(along with many, many colleges, the U of M included) would have faced the consequences, but that is not the world we live in.
If they go with one of their assistant coaches, Hubert Davis would be my guess. I saw him up in Minnesota with Williams watching high school games a couple of years ago.