canaan wrote:Getting rid of Dixon is a reactionary poopbutt move, and thats coming from a a non-Pitt fan. I don't understand the Pitt rationale. You guys are a mediocre program wanting to be something you'll never be. Dixon has put the program at its max potential, systemically speaking.
slappybrown wrote:I side more with canaan than with ulf, though I think Dixon is at a crossroads. The 2015 class could be defining:
His next class is blah:
http://pittsburgh.scout.com/a.z?s=141&p ... bb&yr=2014
But in 2015, Pitt is in for 7 prospects, 6 of whom are ranked in the top 25 at their respective positions in the country. Even excluding Diallo and Briscoe who have a short list of 15 schools each, he already has the #23 SG in the country (who goes to the same high school as Diallo). If he hits a home and can get Jones, Papagiannis, and Lloyd, all of whom are PA recruits and all of whom Pitt is a finalist amongst 5 schools, I'd feel great. Even two of those guys would be fantastic, and would make me feel a lot better about where he is taking the program.
http://pittsburgh.scout.com/a.z?s=141&p ... bb&yr=2015