Hats Off To Jacob Gilyard

TJFant

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As much as this frustrating loss hurts, kudos to the player of the game. A quality point guard can sure make a huge difference at both ends of the court. Out of Kansas City, and my understanding was not that highly recruited. I wonder if the Hawks ever looked at him?
 

GOHOX69

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Sep 26, 2009
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As much as this frustrating loss hurts, kudos to the player of the game. A quality point guard can sure make a huge difference at both ends of the court. Out of Kansas City, and my understanding was not that highly recruited. I wonder if the Hawks ever looked at him?
All I have to say to that stupid post is this. Richmond blows nuts.

 
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EastIowaHawk

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Jan 6, 2008
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The best-coached team won today. Congratulations to Richmond. They played with purpose. Iowa looked like they were playing pick-up ball. Whoever was open just launched it. If we would have gone inside more, and maybe have played Josh a little, we would have won. Worst coached game by Fran I have ever seen. And I go back to the Ralph MIller coaching days.
 

hawk_a_holic

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Aug 21, 2001
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As much as this frustrating loss hurts, kudos to the player of the game. A quality point guard can sure make a huge difference at both ends of the court. Out of Kansas City, and my understanding was not that highly recruited. I wonder if the Hawks ever looked at him?
He is a complete bad ass. Fantastic player and a guy I will root for moving forward. Cyber handshake to you.
 

GOHOX69

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There is a large depth of quality pg play in the KC metro.
There's a large depth of pg play in any inner city hood playground. We just recruit crap on a stick or get worthless transfers with clumsy hands and clank fest abilities. Let's not make Richmond the national champion just yet.
 

Rambler Hawk

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Oct 10, 2001
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As much as this frustrating loss hurts, kudos to the player of the game. A quality point guard can sure make a huge difference at both ends of the court. Out of Kansas City, and my understanding was not that highly recruited. I wonder if the Hawks ever looked at him?
The dude impressed me, definitely saw some '21 Curbelo in him today...