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CU Buffs Rodney Billups a head coach in the making

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Ryan Thorburn Buffzone.com

    The next Tad Boyle might already be sitting on the end of the Colorado bench. Rodney Billups, the program's bright young director of operations, aspires to be a head coach in major college basketball, or perhaps even the NBA.

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  2. btbuff

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    Really a shame he can't be more involved in recruiting. He clearly relates to the players very well.
     
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    sliderNcider MacLovin Club Member

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    He'll probably get a job when one of our assistants takes another job
     
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    i've always pulled for Rodney. His DU team lost to one of the Louisiana teams on the La team's home floor in the Sun Belt conf tournament to miss an NCAA bid after winning the reg season. that was disappointing around here.
     
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    Kid was tough in AAU ball. Don't know much about him other than him owning my ass, but I'll always root for a Billups. Wish the Nugs could some how make amends with his older brother and put him in the front office.
     
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    He will replace Coach A sooner than later.
     

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