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Hondo, when I saw that Roy Williams was retiring from North Carolina, I wondered with what happened with Delvon Roe and how he discussed the issue, did he and Tom Izzo really get a long? Mark S.
When Roy William's book came out, and he shared his criticism of Roe, it was not taken well by Tom Izzo. I know for a fact that Tom took it personally, and while not said publicly, I 100% believe it impacted Roy and Tom's relationship. It should have. I thought it was classless of Williams, who I respect. Tom Izzo does take things; personally, that is why he is so successful.
Prior to that book, I would have even called them friends, but I would classify them as acquaintances after.
Hondo, when I saw Mark "Rocket" Watts and Tom Izzo getting along so well late in the season, I thought he would stay. Were you shocked he left? Chris Woodard
I was, but I think it is better for Mark. Let me say that I was not a big fan of Watts coming out of school. As he goes, I wish him nothing but the bests, and he earned my respect.
Hondo, do you think anyone else leaves? Tim K.
Hondo, what do you think of Michigan State has lost some direction? I know you love Izzo, and you are friends, but to me, the loss to UCLA was all on him. Dave F.
I have heard a lot of people say that. Stunningly, there were a ton of people saying MSU wouldn't make the dance as well. I think the criticism of Izzo is absurd and foolish. Every season Tom Izzo is on the Spartan bench is a great season for the Green and White.
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