Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

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Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

Postby drumstix2388 » Mon Sep 23, 2019 4:55 pm

Curt has done another great job with the Connecticut Sun, leading them to the WNBA Finals over the LA Sparks. We were really lucky to have a guy with his talent leading the team for as long as he did. Good luck in the next round!
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Re: Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

Postby falconfan1999 » Fri Oct 11, 2019 11:34 am

Coach Miller did a phenomenal
Job while he was here. It is not a shock that he has gone on to continued success. Look at the Heights we achieved under his tutelage!
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Re: Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

Postby Flipper » Sun Oct 13, 2019 4:02 am

Urban Meyer was a fantastic coach...ethically flawed perhaps...but a fantastic coach. Curt was/is better. Curt Miller is the GOAT at BGSU...at least during my 40+ year association wit the University
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Re: Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

Postby factman » Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:41 am

I would have to put Doyt Perry and Harold Anderson ahead of him, but that Top 5 is pretty darn good!
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Re: Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

Postby Falconwriter » Mon Oct 14, 2019 5:09 pm

Flipper wrote:Urban Meyer was a fantastic coach...ethically flawed perhaps...but a fantastic coach. Curt was/is better. Curt Miller is the GOAT at BGSU...at least during my 40+ year association wit the University


I won't say that about Meyer. He got way too lax in his recruiting while at Florida (which he did not do at OSU), and he certainly had a blind spot when it came to trying to help/be loyal to friends. But I have never seen him as any more "ethically flawed" than anyone else, including those of us on this site. It's real easy to sit back and judge someone without having walked in their shoes. We do it too much in this country (this isn't a criticism of you; I'm speaking generally.)
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Re: Curt Miller in the WNBA Finals

Postby Flipper » Tue Oct 15, 2019 8:26 pm

I don't want to besmirch a thread that pays tribute to a man who is every bit as solid a citizen as he is a coach with a discussion of Urbie's flaws....
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