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OVC preseason accolades sure look different

Started by smidge34, August 24, 2022, 02:52:21 PM

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Murraygrad2005

Quote from: smidge34 post_id=194255 time=1661370741 user_id=45Decent 1st team backcourt but rest looks to quote a buddy, "like a 16 seed NCAA Tournament" team lol.

https://twitter.com/low_madness/status/1562438074101125120?s=10&t=cRkB9uEMZSCHbz1xCDdkqg

Parker Stewart is the only player I can remember transferring from a school only to return a year later.

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Quote from: murraygrad05 post_id=194258 time=1661391181 user_id=273
Quote from: smidge34 post_id=194255 time=1661370741 user_id=45Decent 1st team backcourt but rest looks to quote a buddy, "like a 16 seed NCAA Tournament" team lol.

https://twitter.com/low_madness/status/1562438074101125120?s=10&t=cRkB9uEMZSCHbz1xCDdkqg

Parker Stewart is the only player I can remember transferring from a school only to return a year later.

With the new transfer rules in place I'm sure it will happen more often.   In the past once you transferred once you couldn't retain eligibility transferring a second time.   Parker didn't lose a year of eligibility so the the transfer back was possible.
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msugrad1988

Quote from: 75Fan post_id=194259 time=1661392526 user_id=27Dude's a baller.

https://www.si.com/college/indiana/basketball/former-indiana-guard-parker-stewart-transferring-back-home-to-tennessee-martin

Interesting story. I was surprised to hear he was transferring from a school like Indiana back to UTM but it sounds like he's returning home to "finish what his dad started". I hope he accomplishes all of his goals this coming season.

75Fan

Quote from: msugrad1988 post_id=194269 time=1661602019 user_id=21983
Quote from: 75Fan post_id=194259 time=1661392526 user_id=27Dude's a baller.

https://www.si.com/college/indiana/basketball/former-indiana-guard-parker-stewart-transferring-back-home-to-tennessee-martin

Interesting story. I was surprised to hear he was transferring from a school like Indiana back to UTM but it sounds like he's returning home to "finish what his dad started". I hope he accomplishes all of his goals this coming season.

Quote from: from article.....At UT-Martin, Stewart had a huge statistical year. He was the only Division I player to average at least 19.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 three-pointers per game. He was a second-team All-Ohio Valley Conference selection.


Odd that he was the ONLY player in the country to accomplish this feat yet was deemed only good enough for 2nd-team All-OVC.

In any event, what an admirable gesture to honor his Father!   :salute:
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1.  BEFORE YOU PRAY..........BELIEVE.
2.  BEFORE YOU SPEAK.......LISTEN.
3.  BEFORE YOU SPEND.......EARN.
4.  BEFORE YOU WRITE.......THINK.
5.  BEFORE YOU QUIT...........TRY.
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evvracerfan

Quote from: 75Fan post_id=194270 time=1661625192 user_id=27
Quote from: msugrad1988 post_id=194269 time=1661602019 user_id=21983
Quote from: 75Fan post_id=194259 time=1661392526 user_id=27Dude's a baller.

https://www.si.com/college/indiana/basketball/former-indiana-guard-parker-stewart-transferring-back-home-to-tennessee-martin

Interesting story. I was surprised to hear he was transferring from a school like Indiana back to UTM but it sounds like he's returning home to "finish what his dad started". I hope he accomplishes all of his goals this coming season.

Quote from: from article.....At UT-Martin, Stewart had a huge statistical year. He was the only Division I player to average at least 19.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 three-pointers per game. He was a second-team All-Ohio Valley Conference selection.


Odd that he was the ONLY player in the country to accomplish this feat yet was deemed only good enough for 2nd-team All-OVC.

In any event, what an admirable gesture to honor his Father!   :salute:

UTM was expected to challenge for a top 4 spot in the OVC that year with Stewart and Dove - instead they finished 10th, missed the OVC tourney, and only won 5 conference games in a league in which the bottom 6 teams were really bad.  I'm guessing that tainted how others viewed his season.  Hopefully returning to a hollowed out OVC will allow him to make more of an impact this year.  He's now 24 years old and in his 6th year in college - I hope he finds what he's looking for.

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Quote from: evvracerfan post_id=194272 time=1661701591 user_id=20623
Quote from: 75Fan post_id=194270 time=1661625192 user_id=27
Quote from: msugrad1988 post_id=194269 time=1661602019 user_id=21983https://www.si.com/college/indiana/basketball/former-indiana-guard-parker-stewart-transferring-back-home-to-tennessee-martin

Interesting story. I was surprised to hear he was transferring from a school like Indiana back to UTM but it sounds like he's returning home to "finish what his dad started". I hope he accomplishes all of his goals this coming season.

Quote from: from article.....At UT-Martin, Stewart had a huge statistical year. He was the only Division I player to average at least 19.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 three-pointers per game. He was a second-team All-Ohio Valley Conference selection.


Odd that he was the ONLY player in the country to accomplish this feat yet was deemed only good enough for 2nd-team All-OVC.

In any event, what an admirable gesture to honor his Father!   :salute:

UTM was expected to challenge for a top 4 spot in the OVC that year with Stewart and Dove - instead they finished 10th, missed the OVC tourney, and only won 5 conference games in a league in which the bottom 6 teams were really bad.  I'm guessing that tainted how others viewed his season.  Hopefully returning to a hollowed out OVC will allow him to make more of an impact this year.  He's now 24 years old and in his 6th year in college - I hope he finds what he's looking for.

For one, I think it was a prime example of having good individual talent, but not having a good team. Also, the most eye opening stat listed above is the 3.5 assists. I would have guessed that number to be somewhere closer to 0.

evvracerfan

Quote from: wallaceracer post_id=194274 time=1661797843 user_id=4611
Quote from: evvracerfan post_id=194272 time=1661701591 user_id=20623
Quote from: 75Fan post_id=194270 time=1661625192 user_id=27Odd that he was the ONLY player in the country to accomplish this feat yet was deemed only good enough for 2nd-team All-OVC.

In any event, what an admirable gesture to honor his Father!   :salute:

UTM was expected to challenge for a top 4 spot in the OVC that year with Stewart and Dove - instead they finished 10th, missed the OVC tourney, and only won 5 conference games in a league in which the bottom 6 teams were really bad.  I'm guessing that tainted how others viewed his season.  Hopefully returning to a hollowed out OVC will allow him to make more of an impact this year.  He's now 24 years old and in his 6th year in college - I hope he finds what he's looking for.

For one, I think it was a prime example of having good individual talent, but not having a good team. Also, the most eye opening stat listed above is the 3.5 assists. I would have guessed that number to be somewhere closer to 0.

If I'm remembering correctly, that team's defensive effort was very close to zero.

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