Gregg Marshall & Ron Baker
Gregg Marshall (born February 27, 1963) is an American college basketball coach who currently leads the Wichita State Shockers men's basketball team of Wichita State University (WSU). Ronald Baker (born November 19, 1954 in Gary, Indiana) is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League for the Baltimore Colts and the Philadelphia Eagles. /5
Gregg Marshall staying. Now we'll see in Ron Baker comes back for another year.
Don't blame Gregg Marshall for passing on all that dough. It's a special opportunity to coach Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker as seniors.
Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet will get to spend their senior years with Gregg Marshall after all.
Gregg Marshall is staying for one more run w/ Ron Baker and Fred Van Vleet. I knew he would. Good on him.
I blame Gregg Marshall the Wichita State coach the fukk you draw a play up for Vanvleet to take the last shot don't get me wrong he good but either Early or my boy Ron Baker should've taken that shot and I know the play was for him cuz Early and Baker basically jogged to their spots so they knew they wasn't getting it
Wichita State disrespected? Only the Shockers coach thinks so BY SAM MELLINGER The Kansas City Star ST. LOUIS — The people around Wichita State basketball like to say they have a perfect record but an imperfect team, and they’re dead right on both counts because we’re 20 minutes into the open locker room and not one guy in here seems angry. Nobody has talked of being overlooked or disrespected, and that’s no small thing, because the postgame pizza looks mid-major. Fortunately, their coach has their back. Gregg Marshall sees disrespect around every corner, under every breadcrumb, and he’s not about to change now. “We like to play that us-against-the-world mentality,” says sophomore guard Ron Baker. “That comes from our coach.” The nobody-respects-us thing is as much a part of the athlete life as Gatorade, of course, but it’s hard to think of many teams who’ve made it such a stubborn part of their identity as the play-angry Shockers, now college basketball’s first-ever 35-0 team afte ...
NCAA tournament at St. Louis: Wichita State, Kentucky, Stanford, Kansas advance ST. LOUIS (AP) — The lasting impression for Cal Poly was Wichita State's diligence on the less glamorous end of the court. Even with just a so-so offense, the unbeaten Shockers cruised to a historic 35th win in a row largely because they never quit on defense. That'll come in handy when the competition steps up Sunday against preseason No. 1 Kentucky. "I know that these guys guard," coach Gregg Marshall said after a 64-37 rout of the lone sub-.500 team in the field Friday night. "That's what we ask them to do for 35 seconds. To hold a team under 40 is a great accomplishment, especially a team that won their league." Cleanthony Early had all but four of his 23 points in a dominating first half against a first-time NCAA entrant. Fred VanVleet had eight assists, Ron Baker had nine rebounds and Kadeem Coleby had four of the team's six blocks in the 10th consecutive double-digit victory for the Shockers (35-0). The losers managed ...
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