This photo originally ran in the Grodin Gazette on Aug. 22, 2018
Charles Grodin High School principal and San Diego State head men’s basketball coach Brian Dutcher announced to his students today that he has
agreed to a contract extension to lead the Aztecs through the 2022-23 season.
After the conclusion of the laser show portion of today’s annual “Taking Care Of Business” back to school assembly (named for the 1990 Charles Grodin/Jim Belushi film), Principal Dutcher took the stage and made the announcement.
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It has been a trying couple of weeks around the SDSU basketball program with
longtime coaches defecting to rivals, a former signee deciding he didn’t want to pump his own gas anymore and the team’s star player out testing the NBA waters.
What we need is some unambiguously good hoops news, dammit.
Ah. Yes, that will do.
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Valentine Izundu and Rooks tangled up in 2016. Great picture or greatest picture? (via USA Today)
At the start of the day Friday, the SDSU men’s basketball team’s projected starting five looked something like this:
G: Devin Watson
G: Trey Kell
F: Max Hoetzel
F: Malik Pope
F: Jeremy Hemsley in a trenchcoat, standing on Jordan Schakel’s shoulders
As such, the questions swirling around the 2017-18 season included such doozies as:
Can Jalen McDaniels gain 55 pounds in a summer?
Can Nolan Narain get bitten by a radioactive spider?
Is it bad that this team has no established big men?
No, really. Is that bad?
At the end of the day Friday, things seem … a little less dire. You have Kameron Rooks to thank for that.
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