Mum is the word

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Not sure why, but both Ron Polk and Larry Templeton have decided not to comment until the conclusion of Friday’s game with Georgia.

Oh well. Hopefully, some of the players will talk tonight.

Ole Miss’ Mike Bianco did talk, and wanted to talk, about Polk. He had some neat things to say, and you can read them in the newspaper in the morning.

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20 Responses to “Mum is the word”

  1. South Panola Dawg Says:

    Thank you Lord, Polk is gone. It was his time, and glad he’s going on his own. Now, time to bring home Cohen. Dear JC: Mama’s calling. She says come home. I just hope this isn’t a back room deal b/w Polk & LT to force Raffo upon us. If anyone can F this up, it’s dear ol’ MState.

  2. cnd46 Says:

    Well I am glad to see that Bianco had some neat things to say. I liked Polk, he did a much better job than I or frankly many other coaches could do. As for me, Baylor’s coach is better

  3. Jimmy Barbee Says:

    Coach Polk has brought great success to MSU baseball. Why his now resignation is a question. Last season when he took the Bulldogs to Omaha, the only SEC team to make the trip, he was great. Now that his team is having a slump some have probably forgotten about that trip and what he did to get his team there. Now they want to see him go. Pull up this great college baseball coach’s bio and see his achievements.

  4. warbirdz44 Says:

    Gregg, someone on another message board said that they read a premium recruiting article that said that Scotty Hopson has narrowed his choices down to Kentucky, Louisville, and Tennessee. Is this true?

  5. Gregg Ellis Says:

    I’m not sure, warbirdz. Between Chris Garrett and Ron Polk, I haven’t even had time to worry with Hopson. I’ll check into it.

  6. warbirdz44 Says:

    Well you know what they say, bad things happen in threes. First Garrett, now Polk. Hopson is the final link!

  7. warbirdz44 Says:

    And if it’s not Hopson, Gordon will be the 3rd one. The thought of having them both on the same team seems too good to be true!

  8. 2thdoc Says:

    I wonder how the two of them would mesh on the court. Both would like to be going to NBA next year if Gordon stays this year.

  9. Gregg Ellis Says:

    2thdoc, I say it will be like this year in that it takes 10 games for the chemistry to fuse

  10. South Panola Dawg Says:

    Warbirdz, Polk leaving is not a bad thing. In fact, it’s long past due. He should have retired at the end of last season and gone out on a high note. This year has proven beyond doubt that his time has come and gone. He’s too busy fighting the NCAA to put 100% into coaching MState baseball. He did some great things in his time here, but in the 7 years of his return, we’ve been mediocre at best. Now we have the opportunity to bring in a young, aggressive coach who won’t be too busy bitching at the NCAA to recruit and coach. A coach who will demand perfection and accept nothing less. A coach who will restore the pride of the program and restore us as one of the elite baseball programs in the nation. In short, a coach that can finally deliver the only thing MState baseball lacks: an NCAA Championship.

  11. bigdraws Says:

    I like the way he’s doing it too. Like a farewell tour. I would sure hate to see Raffo get it. I can’t wait for the candidates to start popping up.

  12. kingdeal Says:

    First, let me say to “DOC” don’t let the maroon and white door hit you in the backside on your way out. Maybe Doc is right the people in W. Va. need you to help them with shoes and teeth. Now you know why our military is weak is because of spineless leaders like Doc. Enjoy the broewn lowers and football stadiums. Polk is and has been good for MSU and maybe it is time for Rafo or maybe Cohen to lead the dogs. Baseball should get more then 11.3 scholarships, and if the mid majors can’t do it tough! I guess we can see if Raffy Palmerieo wants the job, he doesn’t have anything to do and he can fight the NCAA, he jas experience doing it look how he handled congress. I am sure little Greg B. called daddy to see if Mark Johnson is around because he is clueless on what to do, but let’s give him time because he is going to talk to all the bulldog fans not just the big money boys. I am waitng on a call from him so he can tell what he is going to do and if he doesn’t call I guess he is no change. But let’s give him a chance. I was around little Greg in Little Rpock and he still hasn’t spoken, so where is the change. Maybe I give to much money and he will only speak to the $50 millionaires who think they should run the department. But let’s give him a chance.

  13. bigdraws Says:

    Lay off the speed Kingdeal.

  14. Gregg Ellis Says:

    11.7, kingdeal.

  15. 2thdoc Says:

    Palmeiro has planty to do, most imprtantly keeping a low profile.

  16. Gregg Ellis Says:

    Low profile = Low dosages?

  17. 2thdoc Says:

    Low profile = Penthouse in a 3rd World Country(with internet access to send money to Bulldog Club)

    Super nice guy and I feel bad for him. I still think his swing will forever make Will Clark jealous.

  18. bigdraws Says:

    Clark had a much prettier swing.

  19. Gregg Ellis Says:

    I’d take that gig, 2thdoc. Right now.

  20. dawgbones Says:

    No way bigdraws, Raffy had a much smoother fluid swing. Polk and the big league managers have all stated that in the past.

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