OREGON STATE HAS had these maddening little lulls this season on the hardcourt, where in a close…
Robinson: 'Take THAT, negative recruiters'
"..you know what I feel like? I feel like, ‘good, now people can't keep calling up our top 50 recruits and telling them I'm leaving. Because that was a big distraction. It's definitely been used as a weapon against us," says Robinson in the interview.
Robinson had been mentioned by various media outlets, (and apparently quite a few schools out on the recruiting trail,) to be a top contender for, among others, the DePaul job.
The 47-year old Chicago native led the Beavs to an 18-18 record and the CBI postseason tournament title in his first year at Oregon State. Oregon State was 6–25 the year prior to his arrival.
This season, OSU is 13-15 (7-9) Pac-10 with two more regular season games to play. They currently sit at seventh in the Pac-10 but are just one game out of fourth place.
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