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Harrow transferring from N.C. State

Posted on: April 26, 2011 4:02 pm
Edited on: April 26, 2011 4:05 pm
 
North Carolina State guard Ryan Harrow is transferring out of the Wolfpack program.

"We wish him well and will do anything we can to assist him in this process," said first-year coach Mark Gottfried.

Harrow averaged 9.3 points and 3.3 assists in 23.0 minutes per game as a freshman under Sidney Lowe, who was replaced by Gottfried after the season. According to N.C. State, Harrow will be granted a release to transfer to any school that's not an ACC school. He's expected to be among the most sought after Division I transfers.
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Since: Nov 29, 2007
Posted on: April 27, 2011 5:35 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

But, fact is, Tennessee has NEVER owned the SEC in Basketball

True statement here.  But we are coming around hopefully.  Or, we WERE coming around. ha.

you may have won a few SEC Regular Season titles, but Tennessee has NEVER won the SEC TOurnament, to the best of my knowledge.

nine regular season SEC championships in 1936, 1941, 1943, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 2000, and 2008.  Their conference tournament record is 54-43 record with 4 championships in the years 1936, 1941, 1943, and 1979.



So you were right about all except the tourneys.  I actually thought we had never won, but last one being in 79, ill say we still suck overall compared to UK.  Which i was never comparing, so you must be talkin to other VOL fan.  Cut him some slack, he is jsut a little excited. 



Since: Sep 26, 2008
Posted on: April 27, 2011 3:50 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

OK, IHATEMETS.....I'll bite.....

Please explain how Kentucky had ANYTHING to do with the Eric Bledsoe/Alabama schools issue?

Waiting......



Since: Sep 26, 2008
Posted on: April 27, 2011 3:48 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

Rip Kentucky football all you want.....that's all that you have. Just like Kentucky basketball....it's all that Kentucky fans have. But, fact is, Tennessee has NEVER owned the SEC in Basketball...you may have won a few SEC Regular Season titles, but Tennessee has NEVER won the SEC TOurnament, to the best of my knowledge. As for Martin....I have a feeling it will be a short lived marriage with Tennessee.



Since: Aug 15, 2007
Posted on: April 27, 2011 2:53 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

It's a shame you have nothing to back up your statements.




Since: Aug 11, 2006
Posted on: April 27, 2011 2:32 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

Hahahahahaha!! Wolfpack basketball is funny!!



Since: Nov 29, 2007
Posted on: April 27, 2011 2:09 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

i agree uofk_wildcat, we never really were that good against you guys although 4-9 sounds much better than 144-66 or whatever.  I was simply stating that we were in the running for the SEC title the last 6 yrs.  Before that, we were none existent.  ya know?  So, with my comment i didnt mean that we owned KY, as facts would prove me to be wrong anyways, but we did win the SEC east 4 or 5 yrs i think.  Big change from the old tn bball program.  I just like a good rivalry and orange vs blue seems right!!!  GO VOLS!



Since: Jan 20, 2009
Posted on: April 27, 2011 1:44 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

You had better hope he sucks as a coach or you guys will be in trouble in the SEC as you have been for the last 6 years. 
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During that 'suck' time you mentioned....UK was 9-4 against Bruce.  As 'great' as you think he was he had a .307 winning percentage against the Cats.  Just like as vs. you in football somethings never change because with a 146 - 66 record against the Vols UT has a .311 winning percentage against UK.  Only once in the last 30 years have you beaten us more twice in a season...news flash Bruce never did it.  I do have to agree with you one thing though.  Your AD should be fired for allowing all the mess that has been going on to continue.  Shameful.




Since: Oct 3, 2008
Posted on: April 27, 2011 12:21 pm
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

If he wants to learn the game of basketball, Harrow ought to think about approaching Brad Stevens at Butler.



Since: Nov 29, 2007
Posted on: April 27, 2011 11:54 am
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

This from what appears to be a bitter Tennessee fan. It's a shame you have nothing to back up your statements. But I'd be bitter too if my program was so downtrodden no coach of any value or credibility would take the job. Good luck with Dooley and Cuonzo Martin.....UT's entire athletic department is a joke.

Speaking of jokes, how about the KY football program.  If you want to talk Jokes, I have one for you.  who has got their arses WHOOPED 26 straight years???  That would be you guys.  So shush that toilet you call a mouth.  Even when we are at the bottom of the barrell in football, KY still cant pick up a W.  As for bball, you had better get rid of the hate for Pearl cause he is gone.  Great coach but gone.  As for Martin, time will tell.  You had better hope he sucks as a coach or you guys will be in trouble in the SEC as you have been for the last 6 years.  I love how you say no coach with credibilty will take the UT job.  Of course they wouldnt, we are in a bunch of hoopla with all the BS coaches our AD hired.  He should be fired.  But keep that mouth running, its the only thing MOST, not all, of you KY fans are good at. 

As for this article, it shouldnt be that much of a surprise.  When the coach changes, recruits feel like they should start over.  Vols cant use him as we have several guards coming in and still have a few on the bench.  We need some big men on the post.   GO VOLS!



Since: May 19, 2009
Posted on: April 27, 2011 11:20 am
 

Harrow transferring from N.C. State

This from what appears to be a bitter Tennessee fan. It's a shame you have nothing to back up your statements. But I'd be bitter too if my program was so downtrodden no coach of any value or credibility would take the job. Good luck with Dooley and Cuonzo Martin.....UT's entire athletic department is a joke.


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