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  • #1 by batmanfan on 14 Apr 2017
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  • #2 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
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    Wish Macon nothing but the best. he needs to do what is best for him and his family. if he leaves,he leaves.the program will be just fine.C.J. Jones will step up. i am excited with or without Macon.this program is strong under Mike Anderson.
  • #3 by AlmaHog2011 on 14 Apr 2017
  • Have expected Macon to leave. Glad he came for a year and wish him well. Just by watching how Mike has been recruiting I think he knew it was likely Macon would leave. I actually think he can play in the NBA. Not get drafted but he has the skill and is a good enough athlete to make it in the NBA.
    Now hope Mike can close on some of these late recruits. I am not worried one bit. Sign Mike to an extension and lets get rolling.
  • #4 by PORKULATOR on 14 Apr 2017
  • Well, he gone.
  • #5 by mhuff on 14 Apr 2017
  • Where?
  • #6 by Hogimus Prime on 14 Apr 2017
  • Glad he got to live out his dream of being a Razorback. Wish him the best
  • #7 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • He needs to do what is best for he and his family.he may make it or not make it. but i am 100% pulling for him to make it in basketball by getting paid.i can not wait to see C.J.Jones play next year. i think he can match or put up better numbers than Macon. his offensive talent is off the charts.
  • #8 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • We're cursed. That's all there is to it. So many players have gone pro early with little chance to be drafted.
  • #9 by SONofHAM on 14 Apr 2017
  • What is it about our program that makes so many non-NBA players leave early?

    Mike has to figure this out and make changes.
  • #10 by latrops on 14 Apr 2017
  • Crap.  Does any program have more players with iffy NBA prospects leave eligibility on the table?
  • #11 by Hogfan991 on 14 Apr 2017
  • You can kiss any shot at an NCAA tournament next year goodbye
  • #12 by McKdaddy on 14 Apr 2017
  • (sigh)
  • #13 by latrops on 14 Apr 2017
  • So Anderson can get "one and done" recruits.
     :-\
  • #14 by pigroots on 14 Apr 2017
  • He cannot be replaced by a freshman. He was a warrior and he was clutch. Good luck to DM if he leaves but another year would give him a much better shot at the next level
  • #15 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • You can kiss any shot at an NCAA tournament next year goodbye
    Hogs will be in the Dance again next year.we have a chance to add even more 4 stars to the 2017 class.this program has tured the corner and will be strong for years under Mike Anderson.remember what i told you guys after the losses to Mizzo and Vandy,when a lot of you wanted Mike fired?i was right then. and i will be right again.the Hogs will be fine next year.just sit back and enjoy.
  • #16 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • You can kiss any shot at an NCAA tournament next year goodbye
    Wrong.Stop,just stop.
  • #17 by ThisTeetsTaken on 14 Apr 2017
  • So Anderson can get "one and done" recruits.
     :-\
  • #18 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • Crap.  Does any program have more players with iffy NBA prospects leave eligibility on the table?

    Seems like it happens to the Hogs A LOT.
  • #19 by pigture perfect on 14 Apr 2017
  • I didn't see anything there but a grateful kid who wanted to say thanks. I will hold that opinion until I see that he has signed with an agent.
  • #20 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • What is it about our program that makes so many non-NBA players leave early?

    Mike has to figure this out and make changes.
    Do you guys ever stop? Mike has nothing to do with this.there is nothing for him to stop.players come,and players go.PERIOD!you gloom and Doom folks were the same ones who said the program was dead after the Mizzo loss.you were wrong then.and you will be wrong again.
  • #21 by TNhawgfan on 14 Apr 2017
  • Good luck young man
  • #22 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • I didn't see anything there but a grateful kid who wanted to say thanks. I will hold that opinion until I see that he has signed with an agent.

    Reports indicate that to be a near-eventually, my friend. Wish him well but I'm honestly pretty ticked at this one. Just frustrating that this keeps happening when we're on the verge of something.
  • #23 by ShadowHawg on 14 Apr 2017
  • What is it about our program that makes so many non-NBA players leave early?

    Mike has to figure this out and make changes.

    What did you suggest?
  • #24 by wavybone on 14 Apr 2017
  • So Markel Crawford anyone?
  • #25 by rhog1 on 14 Apr 2017
  • says invalid tweet what did it say? I am assuming it said he's gone.
  • #26 by poloprince on 14 Apr 2017
  • Well, he gone.

    Not so fast my friend
  • #27 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • Reports indicate that to be a near-eventually, my friend. Wish him well but I'm honestly pretty ticked at this one. Just frustrating that this keeps happening when we're on the verge of something.
    Why are you ticked? the program is in great shape.we have an outstanding coach who is recruiting better than he ever has. the program is strong and getting stronger.
  • #28 by TomasPistola on 14 Apr 2017
  • Tweet deleted. Interesting.
  • #29 by latrops on 14 Apr 2017
  • Do you guys ever stop? Mike has nothing to do with this.there is nothing for him to stop.players come,and players go.PERIOD!you gloom and Doom folks were the same ones who said the program was dead after the Mizzo loss.you were wrong then.and you will be wrong again.

    Been going on for years....well before Mike became head coach here.  Still, it is a problem.  It is fine for Portis types to leave early, but when you repeatedly have players that ultimately do not get drafted leave early it is only that much tougher to sustain any meaningful success.
  • #30 by Letsroll1200 on 14 Apr 2017
  • Meanwhile Kevaughn Allen at Florida a all SEC first teamer is getting ready for his junior season.
  • #31 by tophawg19 on 14 Apr 2017
  • may be reading too much into it . Lets wait and see what the NBA report says when he gets it back
  • #32 by Hogimus Prime on 14 Apr 2017
  • This sucks but MA and the Higs will be alright.  MA and staff have been hitting the recruiting trail hard.  This would be a great spot for a Markel Crawford type, that can come in and be a key player for a year, grdduate and still have an open spot for 2017
  • #33 by ShadowHawg on 14 Apr 2017
  • What is it about our program that makes so many non-NBA players leave early?

    Mike has to figure this out and make changes.

    Maybe MA just deleted the text, LOL.
  • #34 by Hog Pharm on 14 Apr 2017
  • 2 steps forward, 2 steps back. We really needed to continue the momentum forward and make the tournament again next year. Now it's going to be extremely difficult. Losing the majority of our scoring again. SMH
  • #35 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • Why are you ticked? the program is in great shape.we have an outstanding coach who is recruiting better than he ever has. the program is strong and getting stronger.

    Because we could have been really special with him and Barford back. We're right that the program is getting stronger but that's why it's so frustrating. You cannot deny that this loss weakens for next season.
  • #36 by Bacon_Bitz on 14 Apr 2017
  • Any doubt removed by the Razorback nation report
  • #37 by TebowHater on 14 Apr 2017
  • Because we could have been really special with him and Barford back. We're right that the program is getting stronger but that's why it's so frustrating. You cannot deny that this loss weakens for next season.

    Gigantic loss. That's the difference in really good teams besides UK - seniors coming back
  • #38 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • Been going on for years....well before Mike became head coach here.  Still, it is a problem.  It is fine for Portis types to leave early, but when you repeatedly have players that ultimately do not get drafted leave early it is only that much tougher to sustain any meaningful success.
    That's on the player,and not the coach.nothing any coach can or should do about it.players should do what they say is best for them and their family.PERIOD!
  • #39 by PorkRinds on 14 Apr 2017
  • What did it say?
  • #40 by ShadowHawg on 14 Apr 2017
  • Because we could have been really special with him and Barford back. We're right that the program is getting stronger but that's why it's so frustrating. You cannot deny that this loss weakens for next season.

    It certainly doesn't help, but I got the impression that Macon wasn't happy with his role most of the season.
  • #41 by TebowHater on 14 Apr 2017
  •  :puke:
    That's on the player,and not the coach.nothing any coach can or should do about it.players should do what they say is best for them and their family.PERIOD!

    How, then, does it not happen to other schools like UNC? Gonzaga? South Carolina? etc.
  • #42 by rhames on 14 Apr 2017
  • Any doubt removed by the Razorback nation report


    They were just going off of his tweet.
  • #43 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • It certainly doesn't help, but I got the impression that Macon wasn't happy with his role most of the season.

    That crap is getting frustrating, too. Tired of hearing that.
  • #44 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • Because we could have been really special with him and Barford back. We're right that the program is getting stronger but that's why it's so frustrating. You cannot deny that this loss weakens for next season.
    Yes i can deny it. i love Macon. but i think C.J.Jones can be better than him.just remember i posted this.CJ is going to be really good next year.the program will be fine next year.
  • #45 by forrest city joe on 14 Apr 2017
  • :puke:
    How, then, does it not happen to other schools like UNC? Gonzaga? South Carolina? etc.

    Because different people make different decisions.simple as that.players leaving is nothing new.and nothing a coach can do about it.get excited about CJ Jones.
  • #46 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • C.J. Jones can be but he isn't going to go from hardly playing meaningful action to being better than Macon immediately. That's just not going to happen. Macon was/is a big time player for the Hogs. We hope Jones will be. I'm hoping Macon might have come to his senses now that he deleted the tweet.
  • #47 by poloprince on 14 Apr 2017
  • Tweet deleted. Interesting.

    Daryl play too much lol
  • #48 by ShadowHawg on 14 Apr 2017
  • That crap is getting frustrating, too. Tired of hearing that.

    It is frustrating. I just felt like he was inconsistent and uncomfortable unless he had control of the ball. He was definitely the biggest ball stopper on the team which isn't unusual early on for a juco guard. He would have been better about it next season more than likely. Oh well, they all leave sometime.
  • #49 by SONofHAM on 14 Apr 2017
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    Do you guys ever stop? Mike has nothing to do with this.there is nothing for him to stop.players come,and players go.PERIOD!you gloom and Doom folks were the same ones who said the program was dead after the Mizzo loss.you were wrong then.and you will be wrong again.
    Bud, you can kick rocks.  How is what I said "doom and gloom?"  I didn't blame Mike for anything.  I said our coach needs to figure out why this is happening and make changes. 

    I feel sorry for you that you have to beat your chest over and over on a message board about how right you were in some argument from months ago.  Grow up troll.
  • #50 by Hawg Red on 14 Apr 2017
  • Because different people make different decisions.simple as that.players leaving is nothing new.and nothing a coach can do about it.get excited about CJ Jones.

    What will you check down to if C.J. Jones transfers?

    You can't hide from losing Macon hurting the Hogs for next season. That's a fool's stance.
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