Neither too high nor too low

hoosier_est_1984

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Three seasons constitutes a trend.
I dont understand why posters insist on separating each season when discussing a coaches success (or not). If that were the case then that would mean they're firing the coach at the end of the year after basing their results on the current single season. Something they supposedly all disagree with.
(Otherwise theyd give a new coach one year opportunities to get it together)

You cant have it both ways
 

hondo314

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I dont understand why posters insist on separating each season when discussing a coaches success (or not). If that were the case then that would mean youre firing a coach at the end of the year after basing your results on a single season. Something they supposedly all disagree with.
(Otherwise theyd give a new coach one year opportunities to get it together)

You cant have it both ways
eh - you can do better than this.
 

Jayhoosier83

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Let's look at the winning percentages of the last two coaches through 2 years and 9 games of their careers at IU:

Mike Davis: 54-26
2000-01: 21-13
2001-02: 25-12
2002-03: 8-1
Winning %: 67%

Tom Crean: 23-48 (if you count the official start of his career at IU)
48-29 (If you discount the first 2 years like alot of people like to do and start at the 2010-11 season)
2008-09: 6-25 2010-11: 12-20
2009-10: 10-21. 2011-12: 27-9
2010-11: 7-2 2012-13: 9-0
Winning %: 32% 62%
Median: 47%

Archie Miller: 43-32
2017-18: 16-15
2018-19: 19-16
2019-20: 8-1
Winning %: 57%

Looks like Archie is continuing the trend of the last 2 coaches that had been here this long and we know how it ended for both of them
 

iu2win

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I'm disappointed but certainly not giving up on this IU coach or this IU team. However, IMHO Archie's teams do seem to have one thing in common from year to year; Jekyll and Hyde . . . never know what you're gonna get. Guess that comes with having watched IU basketball for years during the glory days; may not have won every game and sometimes had some really bad games; still, could always count on consistent fundamentals and DEFENSE !