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David Lewis said,

January 14, 2013 @ 7:17 pm

I know you are a Northwestern alum. Does Carmody get fired after this season? I don't think this team is going to win four games in the Big Ten. I know they lost John Shurna and don't have Drew Crawford this year due to injury, but this team is just not competitive. I don't even think this team would win the Ivy League. What are your thoughts?

Jon Solomon said,

January 14, 2013 @ 7:36 pm

I think they'll win more than four Big Ten games but it is hard to find a path where they win more than six conference tilts.

With Crawford (shoulder) and JerShon Cobb (academics) back next season plus Top 100 recruit Jared Sina the Wildcats will have a decent squad for 2013-14 (barring their habitually snakebit nature) but I'm not sure Carmody will get a chance to coach'm.

The degree to which the Wildcats compete these last 14 games will likely determine his fate.


David Lewis said,

January 14, 2013 @ 8:33 pm

It's a shame because I think overall he has done a tremendous job. I have loved watching Nortwestern games the past six years - an uptempo Princeton offense. The spacing is always excellent and they usually have multiple back doors per game. It's unfortunate that John Shurna never got to play with Kevin Coble. I think they would have made the tournament for sure. Let's hope for the best.

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