What you don't see and refuse to acknowledge here is this: they have a state of the art facility and the envy of not only the majority of other programs but also some of the professional teams. You're saying what you don't see and refuse to acknowledge doesn't put a twinkle in a recruits eye without knowing what's there.
Another insult to hyperbole.
No. I'm not. I didn't say anything close to that. I said nothing that comes close to that.
Again. Read the original post.
if coleman rivals the best in the nation...and is envy of "majority of programs " including "some professional teams. And puts a twinkle in recruits eyes....
It's really not. I've yet to see one critique of what these players have for their facilities. All you've ever mentioned has had to do with the Quonset hut look.
Can't you have both? Look good on outside and have great facilities?
UK men's basketball (in Rupp) doesn't, but it's in a different boat. As one example, their gymnastics program competes in Memorial. That would be like the GymTiders competing in Foster (where there's no where near the room for spectators just to start.) Their women's volleyball team just remodeled the old men's locker room in Memorial. Their support programs (offices, medical and rehab, S&C, etc.) are in Memorial.
not saying anything looks easy or hard...
How would you know when you don't even know what Coleman houses now?
NO ONE has said that. No one has said there's a negative.
Well. If all you care about is the inside fine...i care about the entire facility...
When you're saying they need state of the art facilities when they have them in place that tends to lead people to think you don't know a lot about Coleman. When you continue with "lipstick on a pig" without acknowledging the vast improvements made in the renovations to date? It tends to lead people to think you don't know a lot about Coleman. When you say "it's doable" without knowing the work involved? Again, it leads people to think you don't know a lot about Coleman other than "it looks like a military barracks." When you have some of the best coaches in college basketball telling Oats how good of a set up he would have, with the facilities, it tends to lead people to think you don't know a lot about Coleman.
It is DOABLE if you limit everyone’s practice time! Limit practice time means more L’s are likely to follow. Building a new facility means displacing 3 programs for an entire season! Where are they going to play? Central High School? B’ham “Legacy Arena”? We all saw how well that worked for the baseball program? Travel time killed and limited practices and the end result was 35+ L’s!! I’ll pass!!
All that's assuming. Its a tear down and rebuild on spot. Or relocate ....