POTB 170: Dayton Daily News writer David Jablonski on Archie Miller

  • 04/03/2017 11:26 am in

Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call. The show is currently available weekly.

In this edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by David Jablonski, the Dayton Flyers beat writer for Daily Daily News to discuss Archie Miller. Among the topics discussed:

· The tone of Archie’s departure from the Dayton side of things
· What it was like covering Archie from a reporter’s perspective at Dayton
· Talk of Archie going to Ohio State or North Carolina State before being hired by Indiana
· How David would describe an Archie Miller coached team on offense and defense
· Archie’s ability to adjust in game situations
· Roster and scholarship management at Dayton under Miller
· Whether any of Dayton’s recruits could end up in Bloomington
· How Miller will fare at Indiana in David’s opinion

And much, much more. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at jerod@assemblycall.com.

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  • PBzeer

    The more I learn about Archie, the more I think he was the right choice. No way to know if he’ll hang a banner, but I do believe we’ll be back, year in, year out, in the conversation.

  • Shaggy_C

    Great interview! One area I would like to get some insight is postseason tournament success. For all of the wins in the A10 regular season, Archie’s teams never actually won the A10 tournament title. While impressive that they made it into the big dance as an at-large team every time, why was it that they couldn’t win the big games against the other A10 teams in a “win and advance” setting?

  • jahluv33

    Crean’s teams never won the Big Ten tournament.

  • Shaggy_C

    …which was clearly one of the strikes against him. I don’t think IU fans would be happy with Archie if he consistently fails to advance in the B1G, either, which is why I raised the question. It seems an outlier on an otherwise stellar record.