May 15 2005, 10:56 PM
May 16 2005, 08:34 AM
Next they'll be telling us that unc was the first team with an African-American on it.
Say, since ol unc is so "progressive" with race relations - how's phil ford doing these days?
May 16 2005, 08:36 AM
Phil is doing great. He's making a base salary of about $350k plus incentives.
May 16 2005, 08:40 AM
Not with unc he ain't. And even you have to admit that unc treated him like the "house nigger," for many a year. Dangling the carrot of an assistant head coaching job in front of him while they allowed phil to do radio and glad hand the parents of potential recruits.
May 16 2005, 08:47 AM
Phil loves Carolina, no matter what you or Lee think. But Phil's Carolina ties are why he has the job he has right now. And no, he was in line to be the head coach at UNC until the DUI's, so I'd say he's fortunate to be where he is today.
Phil is shafted by UNC because you all say UNC used Phil, yet you accuse the UNC administration of "cover ups" regarding the DUI's. Which is it? Who is to blame here? Phil, UNC, both? I'm willing to bet both.
Personally, I think Phil lost any chance to be the head coach when he got his first DUI.
May 16 2005, 08:53 AM
|he was in line to be the head coach at UNC until the DUI's, |
You're gonna have to show me some pre-DUI talk by dean on that. As progressive as you like to think unc is - ain't no way they are hiring a black basketball coach.
|Personally, I think Phil lost any chance to be the head coach when he got his first DUI. |
I agree. I'll add, he lost all chance to be an ASSISTANT coach under anybody else but dean.
|Phil is shafted by UNC because you all say UNC used Phil, yet you accuse the UNC administration of "cover ups" regarding the DUI's. Which is it? Who is to blame here? Phil, UNC, both? I'm willing to bet both|
I think the Catholics call it 'pennance.'
May 16 2005, 09:04 AM
|ain't no way they are hiring a black basketball coach.|
Had I made a statement like that, ole Lee would be right there asking for a link.
May 16 2005, 09:27 AM
Hey sz, tell the story about how Dean sat-in at lunch counters in the 60's!
Yet another unc myth.
|Had I made a statement like that, ole Lee would be right there asking for a link.|
No need. I can just look at unc's "track record".
May 16 2005, 09:30 AM
I don't know many Dean stories as I haven't been a UNC fan my entire unlife like you.
|No need. I can just look at unc's "track record". |
Dickie contacted Tubby Smith just for the hell of it right?
May 16 2005, 02:25 PM
|Yet he has always taken strong stands for social justice, since his first years at Chapel Hill when he and others dined out with black friends to make sure the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was obeyed|
Hmmmm, looks like historical revision AGAIN to me. Deano's "first year" at Chapel Hill was 1958. 6 years before this act he was ensuring obedience to.
How was he supporting the CRA of 1964 in his "first years" if his "first years" were before that? Typical Carolina BS. Take a supposedly true incident (after BS like this, and unc's "visual estimations", who knows what are lies), and make it look like Deano was doing this the day he arrived on campus.
May 16 2005, 04:31 PM
Dean was head coach starting in 1962, not 1958.
May 16 2005, 05:00 PM
|And no, he was in line to be the head coach at UNC until the DUI's, so I'd say he's fortunate to be where he is today.|
Am I the only one who finds extreme irony in this? You mean to tell us that you think a juicer like the meddler didn't occasionally drive himself home after downing a fifth or two at a chappa heah coctail party? Next thing you know, one of you holes is gonna say the school didn't know the meddler was a rummy. Puh-LEEZE! I mean, if that's not the pot calling the kettle black (npi).
May 16 2005, 05:33 PM
|QUOTE (wheel @ May 16 2005, 04:31 PM)|
| Dean was head coach starting in 1962, not 1958. |
Well, it was 1961, not 1962, and he arrived in ch as an assistant coach in 58. His first year in ch was 1958. Just going by what the article said. "his first years in ch".
May 16 2005, 06:30 PM
Yeah, it was 1958. The year he fell in love with the town sitting under the Davie poplar, admiring the beauty of the dogwoods and pines..........drunk as a skunk.
May 16 2005, 06:40 PM
i can just picture dean, hobnobbing with the good ol' boy network that is the ram it club back in 1962 and saying in his nasally ass voice.
"you know, blacks just aren't treated right."
nope, sorry, didn't happen
May 16 2005, 07:11 PM
dean= the great emancipator
May 16 2005, 08:40 PM
Oh, Dean was one of the first to have a black on his team. After watching Texas Western (all black) blister Kentucky (all white) in the 1966(?) title game he knew he needed the brothas to win. Selfish prick.
| i can just picture dean, hobnobbing with the good ol' boy network that is the ram it club back in 1962 and saying in his nasally ass voice.|
"you know, blacks just aren't treated right."
No, it was probably more like...."you know, if we had one or two of THEM on our team we could create a pretty good basketball program in the long run."
May 17 2005, 11:15 AM
Remember the picture of DEAN on the news at the KERRY / EDWARD rally?
Dean = Loser = Drunk = Liberal = Democrat
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