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Is it time to make changes at Ryle  

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  1. 1. Is it time to make changes at Ryle



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I've watched the Raiders play multiple times. I don't think it is the coach's fault. He makes adjustments and his kids get a lot of open shots.

 

I'm not saying the kids are at fault, I'm just saying that I don't think the coach is.

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I've watched the Raiders play multiple times. I don't think it is the coach's fault. He makes adjustments and his kids get a lot of open shots.

 

I'm not saying the kids are at fault, I'm just saying that I don't think the coach is.

 

I'm not sure I follow. It's not the coach, it's not the kids? It's bad basketball, period. Ryle has wayyy too many kids not playing. You could pluck 5 kids from the hallways not currently playing, have Dave Rankin or Scott Benton practice with them for two weeks and they would beat the current roster by 10 points. Coach Mcfarland knows basketball, but lacks any semblance of how to relate to his players. He has surrounded himself with people that agree with him, constantly shifts blame, does not accept responsibility for losing, is more concerned with the appearance of being a coach, says all the right things publicly, engages in false bravado in one on one situations. There is a clinical diagnosis for this behavior.

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Ryle has wayyy too many kids not playing. You could pluck 5 kids from the hallways not currently playing, have Dave Rankin or Scott Benton practice with them for two weeks and they would beat the current roster by 10 points. Coach Mcfarland knows basketball, but lacks any semblance of how to relate to his players. He has surrounded himself with people that agree with him, constantly shifts blame, does not accept responsibility for losing, is more concerned with the appearance of being a coach, says all the right things publicly, engages in false bravado in one on one situations. There is a clinical diagnosis for this behavior.

 

Hmmmm....... I'm guessing you voted yes.

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