Originally Posted by Hoosier Red
So players that would never have considered Kansas State before last year may or may not come now that Huggins is gone.
Improving the odds from 0% to 25% is an improvement I would think.
If Kansas State didn't have a short list of candidates within 24 hours of something thats been speculated for weeks, they don't deserve a top 25 program.
What happens if those players do all try to go with Huggins, though? That wouldn't be much of an improvement at all, now would it. It could be worse considering how late it is to find replacements. Sure, its a worse case senario. As a whole, yes it probably is a better program than it was, but it is possible that it could be worse than when he came. What its done is create a lot of uncertainty for a program that wasn't exactly solid before he came. I don't know that I blame him, considering its WVU.
That aside, it is interesting to think. Is he better off going to WVU? Sure WVU is the better program, but with the class he was having come in and style of play that the returning players at WVU are used to, was this the best choice?