Comments for: Seton Hall humbles cold-shooting, turnover-plagued UMaine men’s basketball team

Posted Nov. 21, 2012, at 9:31 p.m.

NEWARK, N.J. — The University of Maine men’s basketball team’s shooting woes and penchant for turnovers continued and Seton Hall University took full advantage. Seton Hall, picked to finish 14th in the 15-team Big East, cruised to its fourth win in five games and kept the Black Bears winless by …

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  • Anonymous

    Weren’t they “humbled” when they lost to Dartmouth & Brown ????

    • TheBam

      you would think so Nost. but apparently not. Getting beat by a better team is one thing, but I can go watch a 10 year old league and not see 27 turnovers in a game. Cindy Blodgett thinks this was an embarrassing performance.

  • Anonymous

    I’d love to see someone investigate why Ted Woodward is still coaching the UM men’s basketball team. His career record at Maine now stands at 100-139 in 8+ seasons (it’s even worse if you take out wins over Division 3 teams). He is winning 41.8% of his games. Is it smart to pay a state employee $100,000 per year to not only fail…….but fail badly??? Not only do UM basketball fans and students deserve better………but Maine taxpayers do as well. Times are tough……..and to pay big money to someone like this year after year despite disastrous seasons and little to no return on investment is just plain insane.

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