Fire Paul Hewitt

01/06/2010

All About Sports: 40 ACC Losses and 0 NCAA Tournament Wins the past 4 years

Filed under: Uncategorized — Peter @ 10:02 PM

Paul Hewitt is destroying Georgia Tech Basketball. | All About Sports

Blogger jfanngt at All About Sports has a screed that basically summarizes any fan’s opinions. Although it’s a bit harsh, it’s pretty much necessary. We’re probably going to see many more of these as the season wears on.

The money quotes:

Sporting 3 Mcdonald All-Americans and a slew of top 100 players, Georgia Tech has consistently underachieved since the 2003-2004 final 4 season.

—-snip—-

Over 40 ACC losses the last 4 years, and 0 NCAA tournament wins. I don’t even know what to say anymore, expect I’m glad I didn’t watch the game to witness more of the same bad basketball we’ve become used to at Georgia Tech.

It’s really hard to argue with anything we see, here. In an attempt to keep this space as objective as possible, I won’t be participating in any emotional jib jabbing, but I really don’t see how this is wrong.

If anyone does, please speak up.

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3 Comments

  1. Hi

    I was waiting for a site to come up like this. You are off to a great start with your Blog.

    I actually wrote the article above. As I said I am GT fan, but when I blog I try to keep an open mind, but how Paul Hewitt has coached down some talented teams the last few years is unbelievable to me.

    Losing to a Georgia team that can could barely field a team warrented the article I wrote. He’s destroying Tech basketball.

    Comment by All About Sports — 01/06/2010 @ 10:31 PM

  2. I can’t disagree with you.

    Comment by Peter — 01/07/2010 @ 9:01 AM

  3. Dbreezy,
    I saw your comment. It was the most piss poorly constructed insult to the English language I’ve ever seen. I won’t allow that here.

    Comment by Peter — 01/17/2010 @ 9:00 PM


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